Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things

Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things

by William R. Bebb


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Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things by William R. Bebb

This is a collection of short, and some not so short, stories that involve the undead as well as a wide variety of very unpleasant things.

Some of the unpleasant things include mentally deranged psychotic clowns, someone being pushed from a very tall building, a giant six foot tall fluffy pink talking bunny that a man discovers in his kitchen at 2:47 in the morning, an elderly deranged man who believes he's a ninja, a vacation near Albuquerque that ends very tragically, and many other things.

Southwestern Road Trip picks up immediately after the events portrayed in Valley of Death- Zombie Trailer Park. It features appearances by Deputy Bo Autry, Sheriff Guiteriz and finally explains what became of Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer Keith Dudley. This story marks a major change for me, in that the reader get to decide how it ends; Horribly or Very horribly.

The Fall of Bayonne is actually more of a novella than a short story and chronicles the events that led to an undead outbreak that occurred during a prison revolt. My personal favorite scene is when the execution of a very bad man goes about as wrong as possible and it turns out being dead doesn't mean much.

Waking at 2:47AM does not involve zombies, but is filled with many unpleasant things. A father discovers nightmares are more than they seem, and sometimes they do come true.

Chef's Surprise may seem like just another murder case, but when it ends with undead and psychotic clowns it's anything but ordinary.

Disgusting Campfire Tales was written principally for those critics and reviewers that have complained my stories are too gross and disgusting. (which they are)

Fortunate Cookie takes a peek at an unloved girl who discovers the end doesn't mean that everything is over.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500344986
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/17/2014
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Born in southern California in the 1960's, William Bebb is a man of many talents. In the late 1980's and early 1990's, he earned scholarships for Forensic Speaking at two universities. William was also Editor of a University of Alabama at Birmingham newspaper from 1989 to 1991. Also, he won numerous awards for extemporaneous and other speeches at intercollegiate competitions across the country.

After graduating with a degree in Communication Arts & Broadcasting from The University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1993, he worked in the exciting world of Academia till 1996.

Today, he has unleashed his fertile mind on an unsuspecting reading public.

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Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Arrat More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome book! This book contains several short stories, not all of them have zombies, & some are pretty gross but I enjoyed them all! This and his other books are MUST reads especially if you like zombies! What I like about Mr. Bebb's books is that they are very real, so if you are looking for happy endings, not always gonna happen. For a buck you get 6 solid stories, plus an alternative ending. ****spoiler The Fall of Bayonne is about a prison, if you expected prisoners to work together and change for the better of humanity think again. I liked this story, but it did have a few problems. I would have thought that the some of the guards and higher ups would have known what was going on outside the prison and thought about actually killing the inmates and taking it over for themselves and thier familes. After all it is pretty great place to hole up in. My only other problem was Bobby. Here you have a guy that is computer savy is able to do all this great stuff, but doesn't seem to have a clue as to what is going on outside the prison? I found that hard to believe & I figured with a smart guy like that he would have had a better plan. The Waking was ok, I did like Baxter, he seemed very helpful. Disgusting Campfires was awesome! It was truly gross and while I am not a guy I could picture that perfectly! I only found 1 problem when the one boy sees the thing in the tree, he didn't alert the others, I would have liked to have him say , Its in the tree, and them be presuaded that he hadn't seen anything. Southwestern Road trip was great, both endings fit perfectly for the story, and this is a great reason, why wives should never go to sleep until we have made it to the hotel! Ladies we should not blame our husbands, but ourselves for going to sleep and assuming they are NOW listening to us! Another reason I tell my husband, NO I'll drive! Fortunate cookie was sad but cute, I liked how the angel had to talk about unlimited junk food to convince the girl to come with her. Chef's Surprise great story, it did remind me of Columbo/Monk. My only problem was Dr. Hagan was shot by Vito & stuck like a pinata by Twisto. Good luck to Mr. Bebb & I look forward to reading the Emperor Of Bayonne.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it. The author really has a way with words. Enjoyed reading more about the trailer park. And I enjoyed the different stories about the prison.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Much deth. Wow. Such +12. Amazng 600 pags. Freenss. Buy plz.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of blood and guts.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome will look for more from this writer. He doesnt pull any punches and tells every terrifying thing you can imagine so dont think you will put this book down in a hurry.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Possibly one of the most graphicly vile and disturbing works I have ever! Great fun Thanks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. Much kill. Very blood
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable but half of the stories are continuations of previous ones. Still very entertaining.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So enjoyed this collection. Always enjoy this writer
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like this author's style of writing. I really enjoyed these stories.