The Zombie Reading Shelf® is pleased to announce the following new titles for release in Spring, 2014:
Obese Americans: Health Hazard or Hunting Opportunity? by Dr. Gwen Ross (deceased) — Zombies have found the increasing number of overweight Americans to be easy pickings, but some worry that a diet so heavy in fat must lead to obese zombies and a shorter afterlife. Dr. Ross, a leading authority on zombie physiology since her death, clears away the myths to reveal the real advantages and disadvantages of fatty tissue in the zombie diet.
Field Guide to Revenants, 3rd revised edition by Ewell Peters — Although designed for living humans, zombies should find this guide useful in understanding their competition in the ecosystem. Peters treats the different varieties of the revived dead with precision and wit. I especially like his characterization of vampires as the “vegans of the undead, picky and absurdly proud of their restricted diet.”
Eating Brains the Tex-Mex Way by various — Tired of eating brains raw? Burnt your right hand off trying to cook them? Then this book is for you! More than a cookbook, this volume offers instructions on how to prepare brains in a variety of spicy and flavorful dishes without risk of catching fire. Included are instructions on how to use ovens, which bowie knives are microwavable, and a detailed 3-D map of the best cuts.
Zombie Reading Shelf® books are available in hardcover and paperback at finer bookstores everywhere. E-book editions require the ZombieRead™ app pre-installed, as zombies lack the mental and manual skills to install it themselves.