Wednesday, March 23, 2011

2 It's Okay To Be A Zombie by Nathaniel Lambert, Pictures by Danny Evarts

Title: It's Okay To Be A Zombie
Author: Nathaniel Lambert, Pictures by Danny Evarts
Publisher: Shroud Publishing
Publication Date: May 28, 2010
paperback, 28 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9827275-2-2
available @ Amazon


Summary:
Sure, zombies are pretty scary. They stink. They want to eat your brains. They're terrible house guests. Who says zombies can't be fun, too? Don't they look kind of silly falling down and bumping into things? Sometimes they can even be cute. So, before you run away screaming for your lives, stop and appreciate the beauty of the undead. And remember, It's Okay to be a Zombie.


When I was first approached about this book, my immediate instinct was to run and hide under my bed.  You see, I'm not a huge fan of zombies. They tend to freak me out and invade my dreams.  In general, as a rule, I stay away from things that have zombies in them. As in most cases there are exceptions to every rule and It's Okay To Be A Zombie is one of them.  I found this book to be cleverly written and hugely entertaining. Nathaniel Lambert gives the reader reasons why it's not your fault that your a dead, decaying corpse still walking around.  Why you should embrace your new life as the walking dead. As a non-zombie lover I enjoyed this book.  The illustrations in it are great too. They are very colorful and fun to look at. This book is marketed as a Unchildren's book. It's great for teenagers and adults. However I think it would be okay to read to children depending on the child. The pictures aren't  too graphic but they do show things like body parts falling off.  Just remember this is zombie book so use your own discretion. If you love zombies or know someone that does, I think this would be a great book to add to your collection or to give to the zombie lover in your life.


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*Picture and summary taken from Good Reads
*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a review. This in no way influenced my review.
*I'm an affiliate of Amazon. 



2 comments:

  1. Hi Marcie,

    You were a giveaway winner of Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney on my blog. I sent an email a couple days ago to tell you that you won but you haven't responded so I was thinking it might have ended up in junk folder or something. If you could please respond to it, that would be great. The subject line should have "Midnight Bloom Reads" in it.

    Thanks,

    - Liz

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  2. Liz, I sent you an email :D I didn't get your original email or I would have responded. Thanks for letting me know.

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