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Rock And Roll Reform School Zombies
     

Rock And Roll Reform School Zombies

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by Bryan Smith
 
Sex, Death, and Heavy Metal!
If you're a teenage metal head The Southern Illinois Music Reeducation Center is not the place you want to go. The center specializes in "de-metaling" - a treatment to cure teens of their metal loving, devil worshiping ways. A program that subjects its prisoners to sexual abuse, torture, and brain-washing.

But tonight things get much

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Sex, Death, and Heavy Metal!
If you're a teenage metal head The Southern Illinois Music Reeducation Center is not the place you want to go. The center specializes in "de-metaling" - a treatment to cure teens of their metal loving, devil worshiping ways. A program that subjects its prisoners to sexual abuse, torture, and brain-washing.

But tonight things get much worse. Tonight the flesh-eating zombies come . . .

Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies is Bryan Smith's tribute to Return of the Living Dead and The Decline of Western Civilization Part 2: the Metal Years

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936383276
Publisher:
Eraserhead Press
Publication date:
10/13/2010
Pages:
118
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.26(d)

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Rock And Roll Reform School Zombies 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NJMetal More than 1 year ago
"Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies" is just as campy as it's title would suggest. This is the first book I've read by the young talented author, Bryan Smith. Though the story comes across very hokey, you can tell that Smith is a smart writer who is capable of bigger, better and smarter stories. It's not that the story is bad. I felt in the end that perhaps it would have translated better as a graphic novel where a certain level of campiness may work better. Smith prose does shine despite the silly premise of the book. In the end it's just another zombie story and the storyline is nearly unnecessary. The biggest hang up I had with the book was the "Rock and Roll Reform School" itself. It wasn't really believeable and Smith didn't do much to suspend my disbelief of such a place existing. Added to that was an all-too-easy catalyst to create the zombies. The action was fine and the vile descriptions were vivid. But believability still was a sticking point. I still feel the writer himself is capable of better things. I fully intend to pick up another Bryan Smith book and give him another try. If you want some easy cheesey reading however, this is your book!