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Brain Eaters Bible: Sound Advice for the Newly Reanimated Zombie based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book was a great addition to my massive collection of preternatural books and a fun one at that. The first thing I took notice of was the special effects used to bring real people to life as zombies instead of using computer software or just drawn pictures. This definitely adds to the realism of the book, which isn't for the faint of heart. I especially liked how the book was broken down into chapters with titles like, “Hunt: Our Right to Make People Extinct and Infect Others: The Four I’s.” Throughout the book are journal entries that act like a filler and give you the real sense that zombies are not what we have always thought they were: mindless and stupid. No, instead they are quite smart, retaining their intellectual smarts, and, despite their rotting flesh, they still have great penmanship. I know I will be thoroughly prepared when the zombie apocalypse comes and I choose to side with the zombies rather than dying permanently. This review first seen on City Book Reviews.