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★★★★★

“Brains A Zombie Memoir ”

Written on: 13/04/2010 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Brains A Zombie Memoir

Robin Becker

Eos, May 25 2010, $13.99

ISBN: 9780061974052



Stein the research scientist and his team work on creating the perfect human. However, before they achieve their goal, they activate the virus prematurely. Everything goes downhill from there as the zombie contagion spreads across the country.



Zombies attack college professor Jack Barnes and his wife; infecting them with the disease. As his body rots, he discovers a passion for dining on Brains as he can beautifully think at least for now. He recruits other special rotters like Guts, Joan, Annie, Ross and Eve to join him on a quest to find the perfect Brains; that of Stein the Creator who he believes will end the body erosion issue and rid them of the putrid smell problem that deodorant fails to hide.



Brains is a superb satirical zombie thriller as the quest to find God the Stein motivates Barnes and his cognitive thinking recruits. Lampooning societal core values, readers will enjoy the pilgrimage with stops at Wal-Mart, packaged food oasis, and religious shrines, as the team heads to "Mecca"; the lights of Chicago where the Stein (names matter) is reported to reside.



Harriet Klausner





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