A zombie apocalypse in which only the religious and others who abandon free will turn into the walking dead is negotiated by a bank robber named Frosty and his dog Trotsky. On the way out of heavily-zombified mormon Utah they find out you still cannot trust the government and the past has a way of coming back to teach you to think for yourself. A funny zombie parody and adventure novel. More
What does a loner bank robber do when he awakes to find all the mormons in Utah have been zombified? He grabs his dog and a biker neighbor and heads for Wyoming, finding a woman and her young son along the way. But getting out of Utah is just the start, as his unique ability to get in and out of tight situations attracts the attention of the Surgeon General. Paired with a Navajo FBI agent, Frosty Adams is sent to the American south, where the walking dead have the upper hand. In fact, all the religious in the world have been turned to the walking dead, along with die-hard Packer fans, North Koreans who really bought that "dear leader" nonsense, knee-jerk conservatives and Cubans who never, even at this late date, figured out Castro was full of more than nicotine. Frosty and his border collie Trotsky try to find their way out of this wilderness of ambulatory corpses and government blackmail to a place they can begin again, taking new and re-discovered friends along. This book lampoons believers of all sorts and at times parodies zombie literature itself.