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Goddamn Redneck Surfer Zombies

3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  7 reviews
"People stopped coming to the North Carolina coast when the dead returned to the beach after four decades away." A story about a small beach town that's slowly dying, only to have a wave of zombies drop in on them. On surfboards.

A tale of life, death, and life after death, but most of all, a story about living.

“GRSZ” was first published in The Book of More Flesh, October
Kindle Edition, 22 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by UnWrecked Press (first published September 25th 2003)
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Very quick, and even better, free read! That's right...its should really read it. It will only take like 15 minutes, I swear. Its definitely well worth your time! I can't say much more without ruining the whole thing, but it is a very enjoyable, very quick, very funny, very blah blah blah, very whatever go read it!
Jennifer Wardrip
I admit - I only picked up this short story because 1) it was free, and 2) the title made me snort Pepsi out my nose. Not the usual requirements I have for picking up a new book, but hey, I'm a sucker for catchy titles that make me think of brains.

What I didn't expect was to actually enjoy the ten minutes I spent reading the story.

When the tide comes in, and the waves are good, the zombies rise from their graves and drag their coffin lids to the shore to do some surfing. And when you feel no pai
Rachel Tsoumbakos
The only regret I have with this book is its size. I fell in love with the characters (even the zombies), right from the first page. I know this is only a short story, but I would love to see it developed into a full sized novel. After all, why did the zombies exist? The author is hilarious in his descriptions, I really can't praise this story enough!
Lindy Duree
What a fun book if you can get past some of the language. The community is overrun with zombies. How they deal with them is unique.
Sep 20, 2011 Amy marked it as to-read
Sometimes I just have to read a book for the title alone.
Pat Loughery
A silly but decent short story followed by two novel excerpts. The short story was 2-star worthy, the novel excerpts didn't catch my attention.
Short but amusing story about... goddamn redneck surfer zombies.
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Michael Jasper is fascinated with exploring the places where the normal meets the strange. In pursuit of this fascination, he has published ten novels, a story collection, and over six dozen short stories, along with a digital comic with artist Niki Smith.

In the past he's tried bartending, teaching junior high, painting houses, being a secret shopper, working construction, and many more jobs; he p
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