An Eastern Shore native. A charter member of "The First Saturday Writers." An army vet and retired school teacher. He lives on his farm with his wife Jeanne, Clyde, the Taylorville Hound, three chickens and a marauding fox.
on Aug. 25, 2013 :
The following review is my honest opinion and not a paid review.
George and Helen had been married for ten years. One day George just fell over right there in the living room. They were watching tv and old George got up from his chair and just fell right over and hit his head and died. Well Helen had George cremated and put his ashes in an urn so she could put them on the mantel. Well a few weeks after old George was cremated he came home very confused as to what was going on with his memory being very vague as to what had been going on for the last two weeks.
George was very cold and wanted his wife Helen to go to bed with him so that he could get himself all warmed up. But Helen didn't want any part of that one seeing how George had died a few weeks ago. But you see old George he didn't know that he had died. His memory wasn't working very well for him. Helen herself was very confused as to what was going on but didn't seem to upset or scared with the fact that her husband who had died has just walked into her house as if nothing had happened.
Yes Zombie is a very short book with just a few pages in it but at the same time is a very good read. Zombie is very different than other books about Zombies. In most zombie books the zombies can't talk and all they want to do is eat your brains or just eat you. But old George is not like that. Old George doesn't even recognize that he is dead. Ok so Zombie is a very short book but it still deserves to be read. I enjoyed reading it it and I think you would too.
(review of free book)