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Married With Zombies by Jesse Petersen
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Married With Zombies

by Jesse Petersen

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Series: Living with the Dead (1)

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    elbakerone: Both books take a humorous approach to zombie fiction and mix in laughs with the undead.
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Love this series. Good fun reading. ( )
  CarmaSpence | Jul 26, 2018 |
Funny story of making a marriage work with zombies (lots and lots of zombies!) ( )
  J_Colson | Nov 30, 2017 |
David and Sarah are a couple on the verge of divorce when the zombie apocalypse starts. Now their survival depends on working together.

This is a very light-hearted story as far as zombie books go. Even though people die, it’s never really sad. Or scary. And I don’t think the author wanted it to be sad or scary. It’s fun and suspenseful with bad humor that will make you groan more than laugh. Both the banter between David and Sarah and Sarah’s snappy inner dialogue were mostly funny but could get a bit grating at times.
Despite the fact that this review is coming off critical, I did in fact enjoy this book. It’s the definition of brain candy. The Lifetime movie equivalent of a zombie book – turn off your brain, read and have fun. ( )
  mcelhra | Oct 3, 2017 |
Fun and serious all at once. ( )
  zyphax | Dec 27, 2016 |
Humor and Zombies – what a great combination. A married couple on the verge of divorce end up uniting to fight off hordes of the undead. Lots of laughs and plenty of gore. ( )
  CindySnS | Oct 26, 2016 |
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While on a routine trip to their marriage counselor, Sarah and David, after noticing some strange things, like their counselor savagely attacking her previous client, must fight for their survival--and their marriage--in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.… (more)

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