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Looking for an eBook about zombies in Korea?
« on: March 06, 2012, 11:12:07 am »
Well, look no further, because this guy wrote it: You can get it on

Amazon (for Kindle): http://amzn.to/wt7Z6o
Bn.com (for the Nook): http://bit.ly/ArnVbz

It's campy good fun. Enjoy!


Re: Looking for an eBook about zombies in Korea?
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2012, 04:53:50 pm »
***In convenient Q and A format***


Q: So, it's a zombie book?
A: Yup. Zombies.

Q: Are they classic slow zombies or these newfangled running zombies?
A: Old school, baby. Slow and steady.

Q: Is it a virus or something else?
A: Something else. Read to find out what.

Q: Can you be a little less coy?
A: Okay, here's the plot: South Jeolla Province was a sleepy little corner of South Korea where the foreign English teachers mostly partied, traveled, and dreamed of home. That was, until the undead started walking, demanding the flesh of the living, and chaos reigned in the streets. After a night trapped in Capp’s, the foreigner bar, a group of westerners attempt a cross-country escape on pizza delivery scooters. They visit a safehouse where madness reigns, and then journey out towards an island of horror. Meanwhile, a film-maker and anthropologist is holed up with a small contingent of the United States Army, and it turns out that he unwittingly may hold the key to ending the terror. Safehouses, abandoned churches, army outposts with mad commanders – who will survive the terror of The MZD, and what awaits on the other side of the madness?

Q: Sounds great! It makes me wonder why nobody has written a zombie book in South Korea before?
A: That's a great question, because it seems like a really obvious thing to me. They actually went together like peanut butter and chocolate.

Q: Are the characters based on real people?
A: Yes, they are. You probably know them.

Q: Is there an excerpt for me to read before I spend 3 hard-earned dollars on zombies?
A: Sure, just click here: http://www.grebmar.net/2012/02/mzd-now-available-sample-included.html

Q: Can I get it for free somehow?
A: Talk to the author via the contact info on his website. If you're nice, or pretty, you probably can.