I spent the day listening to the audio book for Craig Nybo's Allied Zombies For Peace today. It was well worth the listen and time I invested in the book. Needless to say I excited to dive into a book that was filled with Zombies, the klan, and war veterans.
The story takes place in the late 1960s during a parade in Columbus, Ohio. And in this parade among the participants are the three main let's call them factions (the war veterans, the klan, and the zombies...), and of course there is another group waiting in the shadows to stir up all kinds of mischief, the hippies war protesters.
Mischief and mayhem is exactly what you'll find in this book.
Nybo quickly has you invested in the story because you've got klansmen attacking zombies, anti-war protesters attacking the veterans and cops trying to hold back all the insanity happening around them on the streets. What I found amusing in the story, was something you don't really find in most zombie books was the fact that the zombies are trying so hard to be the peaceful ones. However with all great zombie novels, they eventually join the battle.
Nybo pulls no punches describing the fun filled mayhem and gore that happened during the events in the book, with lots of hungry zombies coming at people. If you happen to be one of those individuals that is maybe a little squeamish, this probably isn't the book for you. But if you like mayhem, destruction and zombies, then Craig Nybo's Allied Zombies For Peace the book for you!