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Genesis of the Dead: A Zombie Comedy of…

Genesis of the Dead: A Zombie Comedy of Biblical Proportions (Light of the…

by C T Casberg

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Sometimes, fruit is forbidden for a reason. When Todd breaks The Rule and eats from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, death enters the world in the form of a very nasty zombie plague. Emptied of immortality and exiled from their land of birth, zombie-kind ventures into the hostile world beyond, where violence and decay threaten to overwhelm and destroy them at every turn. Never fear: the Director, maker of Heaven and Earth and everything in between, has a plan to defeat death forever, but it will require the hope, trust, and courage of generations to see it through. And duct tape. They're gonna need lots and lots of duct tape. This is Genesis of the Dead, the first novel in a three-part zombie comedy of biblical proportions, and it's the most fun you'll ever have with animal sacrifice and human circumcision. Fun, funny, thoughtful and thought-provoking, Genesis of the Dead is jaunty romp through the Old Testament. An accidental apologetic, it offers wit and wisdom for readers of all ages. Banjo duels, devilish doctors, wise-cracking hand puppets and squirrels big enough to ride into battle- this ain't your father's Sunday School class. Sit down, strap in, and please, for the love of God, obey the rules. They were made with your safety in mind.

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