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The Zombies of Hobbiton: A Martian Love Story

3.07 of 5 stars 3.07  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  2 reviews
For the settlers of Mars, the underground tunnels of Hobbiton protect them from the airless cold. But when a zombie outbreak hits the city, the survivors have nowhere to run.

Doane and his friends take refuge in a domed park. Behind its sealed airlock, they're safe--but when Doane gets a call from his little brother telling him their parents haven't gotten home yet, he'll h
Kindle Edition, 74 pages
Published March 26th 2011 by Broke Robot Books
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Feb 23, 2014 Angie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: zombie fans
Recommended to Angie by: no one
Zombies on Mars, how cool is that! This book is a great novella. I loved the writing style and the characters were fantastic.

It follows a group of teenagers in a habitat on Mars and its called hobbitan as the tunnels are curved. Normally when trying to escape zombies you can just run down the road to the nearest mall,lol. But in this you cannot. You cannot breath on the outside so it makes it more fun.

I'd recommend this if you like your zombie fiction but with a bit of a difference. Good fun!
Andrew Finazzo
A predictable mess. But it does have zombies on Mars as promised.

There is an interesting character. He gets kill right away. The remaining survivors are so shallow they couldn't even qualify as stereotypes.

Fast zombies, not lurching zombies.

The book felt like a fisherman trying to reel in a screenplay. Bad simile you say? Let me share a few of my favorites from Zombies of Hobbiton:

Her hair fluttered behind her head like a blonde flag.

Even the smallest suit in the place hung loose from his li
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Ed is the author of the post-apocalyptic Breakers series and the epic fantasy series The Cycle of Arawn. A former New Yorker and Idaho-guy, he currently lives in the LA area. His short fiction has appeared in a whole bunch of magazines and anthologies.
More about Edward W. Robertson...
Breakers (Breakers, #1) The Breakers Series: Books 1-3 (Breakers, #1-3) Melt Down (Breakers, #2) The Cycle of Arawn: The Complete Trilogy Outcome (Breakers, #0.5)

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