And when a zombie boy gets in the crosshairs of a gang of hungry-human hunters, Julie, a young vampire loner, jumps in for the rescue. But now Julie's got more than she bargained because taking care of a rambunctious undead creature who only knows one word ("brains") is NOT easy. And when Julie and her zombie pal stumble upon on a crazed soccer mom, they find themselves on the run from a trigger-happy family who want nothing more than to grill them up for a neighborhood barbecue bash!
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Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite Smorgasbord by Jagjiwan Sohal is an entertaining treat. When Anna Lopez is attacked by a hungry zombie, she retaliates by biting the creature. Her action triggers a new craze in culinary foods, and humans begin hunting supernatural creatures to eat. Goblin Nuggets, Merman Sushi and Ghoulash are popular foods. Zombie ranches are becoming more lucrative than cattle ranches. Julie, a vampire, rescues a zombie boy from ravenous human hunters, but she soon heads the menu of Joan, a trigger happy mom who enjoys hunting the supernatural for her barbeque parties. Julie doesn’t want to become grilled vampire steaks, and does her best to elude Joan and other humans who can’t wait to sink their teeth into her. Supernatural creatures dislike this new turn of events because they can’t hunt humans the way they used to. I love a good barbecue, but found the creative meat selection in Smorgasbord a bit too rich for my taste. Jagjiwan Sohal has quite an imagination and uses it well to write this unique horror story with its great looking cover. Supernatural creatures are terrifying, but I sympathised with a few characters in this nicely developed plot. The story easily catches one's attention from the beginning and is slightly thought provoking. There are certain acts that humans do which are questionable and comparable to these creatures. Smorgasbord is a new twist on supernatural tales which I enjoyed, and I recommend it to sixth graders and older readers. They will appreciate the humour as much as I do.
FUN FUN FUN!!! This book a hilariously fun and wacky. Not your tpyical zoombie story at all. The author keeps you on your toes, you have no clue whats going to happen next. The cover is too yellow but dont let that discourage you. I bought a paper back, I hate reading online. I am going to a 'meet and greet' book signing this summer and get his autograph, I cannot wait!!!!
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review This was a fun story that held my attention from the beginning to the end. The characters were well-developed and the storyline flows well. I think this is a book for anyone and would highly recommend it!