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Zachary Zombie and the Lost Boy by John H. Carroll
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A very short but intriguing story which starts:
'Tobias was determined to catch the emo bunny. He had been following it for a while through the forest. He always wanted an emo bunny. They were soft, cuddly and always needed extra hugs because they were so sad.'

That hooked me. It's young Tobias' strange little adventure with Zachary the zombie through the forest meeting magical creatures, and his innocence and good manners which gives this the feel of a warped fairy tale with not all of it's characters receiving happy endings. The only downside is the repetitive language. I'm moving on to The Emo Bunny That Should: A Story For Demented Children right now.

*This ebook is currently free from Amazon.
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