Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies / Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies [NOOK Book]

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Book 3 in the Russel Middlebrook Series, Winner of the Lambda Book Award

It’s a horror movie extravaganza in the second sequel to Brent Hartinger’s Geography Club. Two complete books in one recount the stories of best friends Min and Russel who sign up to be extras on the set of a zombie film — and learn that there’s nothing scarier than high school romance!

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Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies / Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies

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Overview

Book 3 in the Russel Middlebrook Series, Winner of the Lambda Book Award

It’s a horror movie extravaganza in the second sequel to Brent Hartinger’s Geography Club. Two complete books in one recount the stories of best friends Min and Russel who sign up to be extras on the set of a zombie film — and learn that there’s nothing scarier than high school romance!

In the first book, Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies, Russel must choose between his long-distance boyfriend and a close-to-home ex named Kevin who wants to get back together. In the second book, Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies, Min struggles to accept her cheerleader girlfriend’s decision to stay in the closet.

But beware! Russel and Min’s separate stories affect each other in surprising ways — and you’ll have to read both books together to find out the whole story.

(This book was previously published under the title "Split Screen.")
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Editorial Reviews

Bookshelves of Doom
I got a huge kick out of the differences in perspective. Russel describes Kevin Land’s smile as ‘impish’, while Min says ‘smug’ … Way fun … Good pick for fans of the rest of Brent Hartinger’s books, as well as for fans of GLBT lit that doesn’t feature a gay character being run over and of course, teens who enjoy breezy romantic comedy. -- Bookshelves of Doom
USA Today - Deirdre Donodue
Hartinger has a knack for teen dialogue, and his characters spring to life — even in costume as the undead. At the heart of Zombies is the teen friends’ respect and caring for each other, which, these days, is downright refreshing. -- USA Today
Kirkus Reviews
Both stories stand alone, yet each compliments the other. To be expected, the action is fast and funny … [Hartinger] puts his best humor skills to use, and no doubt the same teen fans who formed their own geography clubs will be dubbing their dissenters soul-sucking zombies. -- Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews
Both stories stand alone, yet each compliments the other. To be expected, the action is fast and funny … [Hartinger] puts his best humor skills to use, and no doubt the same teen fans who formed their own geography clubs will be dubbing their dissenters soul-sucking zombies. -- Kirkus Reviews
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014044332
  • Publisher: BK Books
  • Publication date: 1/18/2012
  • Series: Russel Middlebrook Series, #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 242,473
  • File size: 747 KB

Meet the Author

Brent Hartinger is an author, teacher, playwright, and screenwriter. Geography Club, the first book in his Lambda Award-winning Russel Middlebrook Series, is now a feature film co-starring Scott Bakula and Nikki Blonsky. In 1990, Brent helped found one of the world's first gay teen support groups, in his hometown of Tacoma, Washington. In 2005, he co-founded the entertainment website AfterElton.com, which was sold to MTV/Viacom in 2006. Read more by and about Brent, or contact him at www.brenthartinger.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    Another winner -- very funny (as always) with a very clever gimm

    Another winner -- very funny (as always) with a very clever gimmick telling the same period of time from two points of view. I love Min!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    Very funny and surprisingly touching. A classic of gay teen lit.

    Very funny and surprisingly touching. A classic of gay teen lit.

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  • Posted March 20, 2013

    Well, it should be said I hate the title of this book, and I kin

    Well, it should be said I hate the title of this book, and I kind of hate the cover. I also hated that it was a flip-it-over kind of book because the events in Russel and Min’s telling of the story overlaps quite a few places and I do not enjoy reading the exact same scene twice. Not even from different perspectives.

    In book 3, we finally get to meet Russel’s parents. And they are kind of awful. Well no, they love their son and all, and perhaps the dad isn’t so bad, but egads, they are every gay teen’s worst nightmare. Including a nice trip to the local clergy to try and set Russel straight.

    While all of that is happening, we also see the return of the infamous Kevin Land, Russel’s first boyfriend who hadn’t been willing to come out and had been dumped in book 1. It’s 8 months later, and he’s now very willing to flaunt his gayness at school. Not only that, Kevin wants Russel back. Unfortunately, Russel is now dating Otto, the unbelievably sweet boy he met at summer camp. Otto who lives very, very far way vs. Kevin who is within kissing distance and still hot as sin. *sigh* Even in gayYA I can’t escape the love triangles.

    Then there’s the story of Min, who keeps falling for girls who aren’t ready to be out and proud. Truthfully, this story wasn’t that interesting to me, I just could not get into it. I blame the same scene twice syndrome. The story did provide insight into what’s going on with Kevin, but I kind of preferred not knowing, it gave me a bad feeling about what’s going to happen in the next book.

    To me, of all the books in this series, the second one is the better. But, I have one left to read, so let’s hold thumbs that I am finally going to be blown away.

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