by Brian Pinkerton
Genre: Horror, Zombies, Apocalyptic, Humor
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the book.
As with Book one, I enjoyed the humor injected into The Hunger War. Chaz has found a lady...or rather a lady friend has found him. Readers will be thoroughly entertained with the Lady & the Tramp'esque love affair between Chaz and Dolores.
The Hunger War is the perfect blend of gore, intrigue and kooky romantic comedy. Once again I've got to hand it to Pinkerton for such an outside the box zombie tale.
On a side note, I could totally see this being made into a movie. It's got the same quirk that made Isaac Marion's, Warm Bodies such a hit.
Blood is spilled, body parts are eaten, zombies make some whoopie...and it all comes together to give readers a delightfully light reading experience sure to leave them with a smile on their face. Pun to cover intended! =) Enjoy!
Check out our review of How I Started the Apocalypse, Book One.
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CHAZ IS BACK and this time he's not alone. The zombie population is growing and they have chosen Chaz to be their leader.
When civilization tries to reclaim Manhattan, the city streets become a battleground for The Hunger War.
Brian's short stories have appeared in anthologies including Chicago Blues, PULP! and Zombie Zoology. His screenplays have finished in the top 100 of Project Greenlight and top two percent of the Nicholl Fellowship of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Brian received his B.A. from the University of Iowa and Master's Degree from Northwestern University.
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