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Zombie Safari

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Survivors of a zombie apocalypse have carved out new existences on islands, only visiting the mainland to hunt zombies. But things start to go wrong. Zombies don't die as they should. Hunters go missing. A trip that's supposed to be fun turns into a struggle for survival when four men make a discovery that causes them to question not only what it means to be a zombie but w ...more
Published August 3rd 2011
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Richard (Bound & Determined...)
Ben asked me to review a different book of his, and like any good reviewer, I did some digging into his other works, found this as a free eBook, and, since it’s a short novella, I decided to use it as a sample of his works.

An interesting story is woven here. We’re post zombie-apocalypse here, and zombies are hunted for sport. Hence the name of the novella. It’s quite different from other zombie stories I’ve read, where people are killing them for survival, and scared to death of them. Here, they
Oct 25, 2012 rated it did not like it
This book was pretty bad!

It was a novel idea: humans going out on safari to shoot zombies.

Problems? The editing was awful, the grammar was atrocious! It ended much to abruptly, leaving too many unanswered questions:
1. How did the zombies start surviving being shot in the head?
2. How did the zombies organize and orchestrate the Humvee accident?
3. How did the head zombie take charge? What was the explanation? (I won't give away who it is, but it's someone Mikey knows).
4. Why are the zombies trying
Apr 29, 2012 rated it really liked it
Interesting story, well written and action-packed.
The book was great. It had a lot of action but had a giant twist at the ending. I wish it ended some other way but thats how the cookie crunbles.
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Ben Cheetham is an award-winning writer and Pushcart Prize nominee. His writing spans the genres, from horror and sci-fi to literary fiction, but he has a passion for dark, gritty crime fiction. His short stories have been published in Swill Magazine, The Fiction Desk, Deadcore (Comet Press), The London Magazine, The Willisden Herald New Short Stories 3, The Grist Anthology of New Writing, Dream C ...more
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