The Human Side of a Zombie
Published by Andrew Legend at Smashwords
Copyright 2011 Andrew Legend
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Hi. I’m back.
So are you I guess. Thanks for tagging along.
Hopefully you’ve read my first dissertation. It’s called “I’m Kind of A Zombie.”
Either way let me fill you in.
My name is Alex Henry.
I was a human. I am/was 20. I lived with my dad and my brother Eric. I was a nameless and lifeless guy living at home.
And on one fateful day, during a Zombie Watch lockdown in my home town, I got a little curious…and then I went from being a human with no life to a zombie with a unique life.
So unique, in fact, it’s definitely one of a kind.
For instance: I’m talking to you.
Zombies don’t talk. They eat you. That’s what they do. And make zombie sounds and wander around like a homeless animal.
That’s because, after their once-human body is infected by the zombie virus, and altered into a mass conglomeration of independent cells, the virus destroys most of the brain, leaving only a portion of it active. The sub-animalistic portion with base survival instinct, some motor control, and no intelligence whatsoever.