Everything I Know About Zombies, I Learned in Kindergarten

Everything I Know About Zombies, I Learned in Kindergarten

by Kevin Wayne Williams

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Overview

When the apocalypse strikes, nine-year-old Letitia Johnson gathers her five-year-old sister and her sister's classmates and hides them all in a school bathroom. Five days later, after hunger finally drives the small group out of hiding, Letitia finds herself in an evacuated Bronx, desperately improvising a strategy for survival.

Distrustful of the small groups of heavily-armed adults that remained behind, Letitia is forced into a sudden, awkward, and clumsy adulthood as she tries to keep twelve kindergarteners together and alive, learning and teaching the new skills they need as she goes. Letitia's toolkit for this adulthood is sparse: vague and contradictory statements from a series of foster parents, poorly understood religious lessons from televangelists, and survival skills gleaned from television shows. When Letitia finally turns to one group of adults for help, she finds that they aren't even doing as well as she is.

Reminiscent of "The Walking Dead" and "Lord of the Flies," this is a horror novel for adults.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150492912
Publisher: Mott Haven Books
Publication date: 10/03/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Kevin Wayne Williams has been an engineer for much of his life, beginning with GTE in 1980. He rose through the ranks and eventually became an executive in Silicon Valley. In 2004, tired of it all, he fled the country with his wife, Kathy. They opened a hotel on Bonaire, a small Dutch island north of Venezuela. In 2009, for reasons he still doesn’t quite understand, they returned to the United States.

He has since resumed his engineering career, but writes novels to help dull the pain.

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