Children of the Undead

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A social and political satire disguised as
a comic novel about zombies and pickles.
Or possibly the other way around.

They're back, and they want to eat your brains. Again.

"Go in there."
"Hell, no. I'm going to send someone stupid in there with a pickle."

It's brains served with a side of pickles, hold the mayo. A terrifying tale of parents, children, brothers, sisters, friends, bosses, employees, wives, ex-wives, friends' wives, Republicans, studly bacteria, zombies, tentacles, politics, religion, giant screaming earth mothers, and the armpit and other regions of Hell.

And pickles.

From Reviews on Amazon

"Instead of giving us the stereotypical shambling dead, Dvorkin has given us the liveliest zombies we've ever encountered. He's decided to have a little fun with his zombies. The result is a roller coaster ride of a book, more fun than you can shake a dead, severed limb at. If Mel Brooks were to die and come back as a zombie, and then write a book, this is very close to the book he would write. And while old Mel is still alive, he could do a lot worse than a movie adaptation of Children of the Undead."

"I think Children of the Undead is one of the most entertaining and well written books that I've ever downloaded from Amazon. I didn't realize how many pages it was until I was well into the story. And now I can't wait to finish it. I wish I could call in sick tomorrow just to keep reading. It's that good."

"I laughed throughout the book and didn't put it down until I was through. Highly entertaining and highly recommended."

"Children of the Undead is engrossing--for its fast-moving story, for its wit and humor, for its sometimes biting political and social commentary, for its general intelligence. I highly recommend it."

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