Thursday, October 22, 2009

Cool book (hopefully)


Those who know me will know I love stories and movies about zombies and other monsters. So when we were shopping for a birthday present for someone this week, I just had to get this for myself (luckily my owner agreed):

Haven't read much so far, but even if it turns out to be a crappy story I think this book is worth the money we paid for it just because of the cover!

I will review this book on my other blog as soon as we finished reading it.

7 comments:

The Queen of Clearance. said...

it looks like a very scary cover for such a little pig! I wouldnt have bought it because the cover would have scared me off!

Cindy said...

i have to agree with you that any money spent was well worth it for the cover art alone! lol truly awesome!

i know you are in a different country, but have you seen zombieland yet? I am dying to see it! i don't know if it is in your theaters or not, but if you saw it, you should do a review of that too! hell, you should start doing reviews of ANY zombie movies on your other blog! it would be so much fun! :)

Demented Wench said...

I'd buy that book just for the cover.

Found art blog said...

Ah, now your interest explains why you want to visit Brighton Pier with the Haunted House!!

Marie said...

that is so cool!! I am currently reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and it is hilarious!! Loving it!!

Sullivan McPig said...

I love Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, they should zombify more books in my opinion.
There's now also 'Sense and Sensibility and Seamonsters' (http://www.amazon.com/Sense-Sensibility-Monsters-Jane-Austen/dp/1594744424)
but not sure if I'm going to buy that one, as I'm more into zombies than seamonsters

Hammie en Gea said...

I don't like zombies and monsters, they scare me! But just looking at them or reading about them at your blog is ok ;-). We had a visitor that came trough the chimney (no it wasn't Zwarte Piet;-)!). It sounded scary but it wasn't when we found out what it was... You can see it at my blog! For me a story like that is exciting enough...