Do you remember those adventure books? You were sometimes a knight and you got through a few pages before having to make a decision whether to go forward or go back? Kill the dragon now or race to save the girl? Something like that. Well, this book is better! Now you get to fight zombies and try to save the world!
I was asked by Ken Chapman from League Entertainment to review a book entitled, Choose Your Doom: Zombie Apocalypse. It is a 224-page turner by Deanna Knippling and Dante Savelli. Of course I said yes to doing the review, even though zombies aren’t my favorite of the undead I still love seeing how other people write them.
So I begin reading this book and within, like, 10 pages I find myself dead. Of course, I try again. This time I become a zombie and then I die. LOL. It was hysterical! I kept trying different avenues to take and some ended better than others but has the cover to the book says: No Happy Endings. But lots of good laughs!
This book was just so much fun! Being an adult you forget how much fun some books can really be. Though the old adventure books were made for kids this one can be read by an adult. It’s a little gross at some parts and lots of arms getting ripped off while brains are eaten happens; but that makes it just that much fun!
I have already decided that I am getting this book for my brother (he loves zombies). Considering most men like zombies I would say its going to be a great book to get for your brother, father, boyfriend, son, or whoever for Christmas! What is awesome is that it comes out November 26th 2010 so it is right in time for the holidays!
I highly recommend this book. It’s always good to get away from the seriousness of some books and just read something that is mindless fun in a book. And I mean all of that in the best of ways. Make sure you make a note to remember to get it when it comes out!
Zombies and zombie type creatures are through out many cultures. The same way vampires and witches are. But zombies from such places as Haiti and Africa are most prominent and widely used in stories and movies. I’m not totally sure why they became the most popular, but it would appear they Continue reading