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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminators by Grivante [5 stars]

 
 
 
 
 
From the Description
 
This is the first story featuring the Zee Brother’s, in which they meet the love of their lives, JJ and her magical puppy, Xanadu. They uncover the secrets of an ancient Indian curse involving a zombie omelet, wait, amulet. They fail to rescue their first client of the day and end up keeping him as a pet instead.

All of this takes place in the small gated community of Winter Oaks, AZ, built atop the tribal burial ground of the Pakatini Tribe and right next to the county dump. Awakened when the obnoxious president of the home owners association disturbs an ancient artifact, the zombies return from their graves to reclaim their sacred amulet.

Arriving in their extermination truck loaded with weapons and their strangely premonitory Magic 8-ball shifter, the brothers quickly get to work. Bodies and brains explode as they seek the answers to end the ancient zombie curse before it leads to a full on Zombie Apocalypse.

Before it’s over, Jonah, Judas & JJ teach us about Zombie Bondage, Zombie Dental Hygiene & The Wonders of Orgasms and Chocolate, all while trying to survive being the target of an ever growing number of newly awakened dead.

Aided by JJ’s mysterious dog, the brother’s manage to get the amulet, but not before Jonah is marked for death by the Pakatini’s High Priest. It is going to take more than their really big gun, that they affectionately refer to as DeeDee, to get them out of this one.

Filled with nods to zombie pop culture, this tale of Pulp Horror will keep you entertained and leave you smiling.

Thanks for stopping by.
 
I received a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review. This is in no way reflected in my opinion of this book.

The Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminators is fabulous! If Edgar and Alan Frog had grown up to be redneck zombie exterminators this would be their story. This illustrated novella had me laughing as soon as I saw the Zee brothers' business card on page 3 and only got better from there. With nods to everybody from Ash (Evil Dead) to Michonne (The Walking Dead) it's impossible not to love this hilarious zombie invasion tale. The illustrations are pure graphic gold that gild the action packed fun in this book. I loved riding along with Jonah, Judas, JJ and Xanadu as they try to keep a step ahead of this zombie invasion and I can't wait to see what adventures the future brings. If you love The Evil Dead trilogy or Tucker & Dale you're going to love this action packed 5 star read.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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About the Author
 
 
 
 
I take a look at ideas from different angles and write tales that I find interesting. What the heck is a zombie omelet? I didn't know either, until I started writing The Zee Brothers!

My characters tend to banter like eighties super-heroes, a sign of my childhood influence of Spiderman comics.

I tend to look for humor even when writing on a serious subject. Did someone just lose their arm? Perhaps we can use it as a weapon on the next page or maybe we try and put it back on because one of the characters once played doctor during role play with his girlfriend and has been talking about it throughout the story.

Yes, sometimes its absurd humor, but if it gets you laughing than I've done my job!

My stories are often influenced by my real life events. The old axiom, "Write what you know" manifests to fill the pages.
 
You can find Grivante at The Zee Brothers Website or on Facebook or Twitter.