Sunday, March 18, 2012

Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb by MJA Ware

When life gives you lemons, kill zombies -- turns out lemon juice neutralizes the undead.

Misty and Nate usually go on a camping trip every year but this year it's been cancelled.  Not to be defeated, they decide to go on their own.  But they eventually decide it's not what it should be and head home for their punishment.  Arriving in town is not what they expected -everyone is gone and those that aren't are zombies.  They learn that the government has plans to destroy the town and so they have blocked every road that leads out of town.  Now, Misty and Nate must not only try to stay alive, surrounded by zombies, but also figure out how to get out of town with their lives intact!   With the help of a young boy, some lemonade and quick thinking - they may survive. But then again - they may not.

Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb is a fun and thrilling ride, not only for teens but adults as well.  It's a zombie tale without all of the blood and guts which I found refreshing.  Ware writes in an easy to understand fashion without taking anything from the details that enrich the tale.  If you're looking for something fun and off-the wall or a new take on zombies - give this one a try!


MJ A. Ware, known as M.J. to his friends, lives in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains with his wife and two daughters. He wrote Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb because he felt there was a need for a zombie book with a broader appeal than just hard-core horror fans. A book that would not only appeal to both adults and teens, but would be teen safe.
When not writing about aliens, monsters and ghosts, he runs a company where he designs award winning video arcades. He’s currently polishing his latest novel, Girls Bite, a paranormal vampire story told from a guy's perspective.

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