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Zombielicious by Timothy McGivney
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Nov 30, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 2011, horror-suspense, reviewed

Zombielicious is equal parts sex and zombie apocalypse in a fast-paced, over-the-top tale of finding love in the middle of disaster. Twins Molly (a spoiled brat whose greatest aspiration is to win a singing contest and have people do what she wants) and Walt (a perfectionist deeply ashamed of his sexuality who tries to make up for it by pleasing the people around him) meet up with Jill (an ex-porn star turned nurse who can't even use scientific terms for body parts), Ace (the security guard who thinks Jill owes him sex because he's a fan) and Joey (a teen who is selling his body to science to get the money to run away from his hateful parents) and have to support each other through the zombie uprising.

For zombie apoc fans this book has lots of fight scenes, some hot smut scenes, and lots of gore. But the characters are either completely deplorable people or super sensitive damsels in distress. And while there's a lot of action, there's no larger plot other than survive all the stuff thrown at them. Traditional zombie fans will no doubt find Zombielicious exciting and fun, but it's not a whole lot different from other books out there (outside from a major male/male relationship) so public collections will find other books better suited to diversity of theme.
Contains: Violence, gore, very crude language, explicit sex (hetero and homosexual), rape

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