Paul Is Undead

Paul Is Undead

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Paul Is Undead 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Fragomeni More than 1 year ago
Paul Is Undead is a funny, creative story that follows the lives of the zombified Beatles. Although it's funny, it is also accurate. This book can work in almost anything, book clubs, just reading for fun and more. It's one of those books that no matter what mood you're in you'll love it and it'll make you laugh. So, I recommend it for everyone who can read and has a good sense of humor.
daredog More than 1 year ago
Fun to bring the Beatles back to "life" I enjoyed the historical side that was brought into this book... Zombies are fun too......
jorge pablo francoz More than 1 year ago
it is funny highly recomended
grumpydan More than 1 year ago
Alan Goldsher's Paul is Undead chronicles the history of the zombie Beatles from the beginning in Liverpool ,when John makes George and Paul zombies like himself and Ninja warrior, Ringo joins the group to when they stopped recording. Through interviews with otherwise hard to find zombies and other humans, Goldsher gets the real story about how this famous musical group rose to fame without devouring the brains of their fans to their disappearance from the music scene and their comeback. This satirically look at the Beatles and the zombie genre is certainly an unique one.
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The feel of being in the interview room with each of the Beatles and various rockstars, zombies, hunters, and midpointers makes this book stand out to me. The banter betwixt John and Paul is that of the funniest kind.
epicrat More than 1 year ago
I have yet to find a zombie parody that I can stomach to its fullest potential, and I had hoped that Paul Is Undead would be the one to break the mold. It started off well, but eventually I simply did not care for the interview format. I think that it might have gone a little better if it was a "story" story where we follow John as he goes about and makes zombie Beatles - not interviews from various people who recollect the making of the Beatles. It did not help that I am not a Beatles fanatic, so I could hardly tell if most of the interviewees were actual people. I did get a kick out of Mick Jagger's role in the zombie Beatles story. One thing I will say is that this has, by far, the grossest description of how the zombie process happens. *shudders* It involves tongue lengthening and brain fluids and spitting and far too much information that I really don't want to re-read again to find out. However, I guess the Liverpool zombies were the cream of the crop somehow. They maintained their human personalities, had no slowing of movements, could heal themselves, and hypnotize their victims. I don't know if I buy much of that, but whatever works to make zombie Beatles rule the world. Anyhow, another parody bust for me. I would probably recommend Paul Is Undead for those who like the Beatles AND don't mind zombies OR reading interviews to piece together a story.
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Mitchie More than 1 year ago
I haven't been able to read this yet, but I'm looking forward to it. The excerpts that I have read were witty and funny. This seems like a must-have for Beatles fans and book lovers alike!
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