Love in a Time of Zombies: Favorable Review

Got my first review for Love in a Time of Zombies on and it was pretty dang sweet:

I read and purchased Paul Gude’s book “Love in a time of Zombies,” because of my wish to support local artists like myself – but what I got was a great deal of entertainment, out right laughs, as well as sensuous scenes that makes Zombie love now almost as appealing as Vampire love (you can’t beat vampire longing). Set in Seattle, “Love in the Time of Zombies” tells the love story of an edgy couple, Roy and Kim, who star-crossed love affair must survive an outbreak of Zombism localized, the world hopes, in Seattle, WA. The Zombies are hilarious. Only in Seattle would a Zombie wait at a stop light in fear of receiving a jaywalking ticket, and can hold entire conversations with a single word, “Brains?” Without giving away the plot, Roy and Kim love, kill Zombies, loot and camp their way into your heart. It is a bike peddling (or petting?), sex having, edgy adventure for the willing traveler. As a cross somewhere between the movies “Evil Dead” meets “Harold and Kumar go to White Castle,” “Love in the Time of Zombies” is a steal at $7.50 for the paperback book, or only $0.80 for a Kindle edition (I purchased the Kindle edition for the iphone and it was a great layout). Either way, it’s worth your pennies.

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Big thanks to Rebecca L. McCarthy for the kind words.


About paulgude

Paul Gude writes small books, makes stupid music, draws silly pictures, and does weird things on stage.
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