Charlie Campbell was your average, balding, thirty-year-old alcoholic with a dead-end job and a penchant for shambling through life one mistake after another. However, none of that mattered following the sudden arrival of a mysterious sickness that brought with it infected mobs of zombie-like creatures thirsting for the flesh of the living.
Trapped in a Chicago apartment the morning after a raucous bachelor party, Charlie and his old fraternity buddies must battle for survival against the cannibalistic horde, a military invasion and their own rampant stupidity.
With supplies, common sense and brain cells dwindling by the hour, the motley crew — including a racist cop, a Sri Lankan used car salesman, a stoner landlord and a pet raccoon — must pull out all the stops to avoid joining the ranks of the dead.
If you like zombies, action and humor, crack a beer, pull up a barstool, and prepare for one wild ride.
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My novel is different from other zombie books because I focus on character development and dialogue rather than repetitive zombie violence. The characters
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Richard Johnson is a writer and small business owner that grew up in Galesburg, Illinois during the 80’s. He graduated from Monmouth College as a double major in History and English, and earned a Masters degree in History with a teaching certificate from Western Illinois University. He currently lives with his growing family in a small town outside of Chicago. Richard is a self-acclaimed expert of the zombie genre after spending countless hours watching B-rated horror movies. He is a good friend, a bad cook, and a terrible dancer. If there is a real zombie apocalypse, seek him out for protection. But bring plenty of beer.
I have been a zombie fan since about the age of ten. Most zombie books and movies simply aren’t that good, and I knew I could do better.
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