Thursday, August 25, 2011

Daily Kindle Bargain - The Zombie Monologues by Steven E. Metze

The Zombie Monologues by Steven E. Metze is available on Kindle for $4.99.


Dr. Clyde Marshall is the world’s first zombie psychiatrist, and he’s discovered a way to tap into the still-human subconscious thoughts of the living dead.

Found here are his recovered transcripts from the Necrotizing Ambulation Disorder (NAD) Psychological Laboratory Facility.

“To condemn this material is to condemn the true authors, the many undead who I subjected to hours of brain scanning and verbal interviews.
They are the real storytellers. I only kept the record.”

From the Reviewers:

"This is a clever dark comedy featuring the world's first zombie psychiatrist. It's rare that something new (and funny!) comes along in the zombie genre--this one is fun."
--EdinburghParents, 5-star Amazon review

"The Zombie Monologues is a great twist to the norm of what to expect from a zombie book. Dive into the heads of the undead and learn from them, but mind your fingers. They may eat brains, but their thoughts are not completely mindless--yet. Some of them come with a sense of humor, some of them with something to teach, and some of them have intentions still too-much their own....A very well written, smoothly paced and enjoyable read with lots of unexpected things that make you stop to think how our world would take on a real zombie takeover."
--S.J. Wist, 5-star Amazon review

About the Author:

Steven E. Metze is the author of The Zombie Monologues, as well as numerous role-playing-game and miniatures war game rulebooks and sourcebooks, including Über RPG Steampunk and Undead States of America. He writes for All Things Writing, and is a member of Mensa and the Writer’s League of Texas. He graduated from West Point and continues to serve with over 22 years of military service, including 10 years as a military journalist, and also has an MFA in Film and Video production.

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