Uncle Hank's Cabin and the Citrus County Zombie Apocalpse

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Zombies and swamp creatures attack an old man's cabin along the Florida Gulf Coast. Is this the beginning of a Florida Apocalypse?
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Words: 7,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476155944
About Larry Brasington

I like to write the genre of stories I read. Action and strong story line. Born in the South I have a special bias for all things Southern, fried chicken, biscuits, catfish, summer thunderstorms, and football. During those summer months I liked nothing better than the cheap movies and baseball. Those old thrillers left me with a desire to write. My first published stories were in 1972, “Temple in the Swamp” and "The Valley", a H. P. Lovecraft like tales. Funny thing is I didn't get paid for them until 38 years later. There's a story. Numerous short stories have been featured in the www.powdermonkey.biz, an online magazine for gamers. He currently has two novels, “Alien Madness” (an eBook), “Brandenburgers—Invasion of Russia”, and Anthology “Zombie Feast”, and two Novellas, “Fiery Knights” and my most popular series “Sum Yung Gye: Elf Detective.” All are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble online or Smashwords.

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Review by: Melody Hewson on Aug. 02, 2012 :
This was a REALLY hilarious story, from the gator-zombies to the manatee, and I wish I could give it a higher rating, especially as I'm a floridian myself, but the errors almost made it unreadable, even for me!
spelling and grammar errors, twitching randomly from past to present tense, and flipping from third to first person view and back again.
With a good proof read and clean up, this will make for an EXCELLENT story!
Also, the two endings could have easily been used together without needing to be separate at all.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Bob Sielaff on June 26, 2012 :
Flesh-eating Zombies are overrunning a Nuclear Power Plant in Florida. Is it a deniable Government experiment? Hank doesn't particularly care - he is too busy trying to stay off-the-menu.
Lots of guns. Lots of action. Lots of defunct Zombies. Cool.
An enjoyable read for those who desire a response to a Zombie Apocalypse to be cool-headed, well-armed, and very lethal.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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