Tired of living under mother's oppressive, cross-dressing demands, Andy finally summons the courage to take matters into his own murderous hands. But the day he kills mother also happens to be the same day as a global apocalypse, and Andy soon finds himself cast adrift in a sea of the flesh-hungry undead. Forging a fearsome identity for himself from the rag doll scraps of mother's Raggedy Ann collection, Andy takes to the streets of his small town armed with his trusty kitchen knife and fire-poker. But when killing zombies proves a poor substitute for the real thing, Andy sets his sights on more lively game -- the last survivors of the human race.
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About the Author
Sebastian Bendix is a Los Angeles based writer and musician, as well as host of a popular midnight horror film series, Friday Night Frights at the Cinefamily. He attended school at Emerson College for writing and has had pieces published in both in print (Mean Magazine, Sanitarium Magazine and Xchyler Publishing) and online (CHUD.com, Encounters Magazine and Grinning Skull Press). He has written several screenplays in the fantasy/horror genre, one of which, The Black Cradle, is in development as an independent feature. The Patchwork Girl was his first foray into the world of prose fiction. His second novel, The Stronghold, is nearing completion and will be out to publishers in 2016.