Zombie, Ohio now available for pre-order

My upcoming horror novel–Zombie, Ohio— is now available for pre-order at Barnes & Noble, Borders, and Amazon.   Here are quotes from some advance readers:

Zombie, Ohio by Scott Kenemore is a delicious slice of undead Americana.  Funny, tragic and nicely weird–it’s Monty Python meets Night of the Living Dead.  Definitely take a bite out of this one!”   Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and Patient Zero

Zombie, Ohio is a great zombie book, and I don’t even normally like zombie books.  It is zombies in the real world, if you can count academia as the real world.  But then, what counts as the real world is kind of the point.  In the pop-philosophical Peter Mellor we have, at last, the thinking man’s zombie, or the thinking zombie’s man, or maybe both.  Either way, Zombie, Ohio is the zombie thing that stands out from all the other zombie things, so much so that it is not really a zombie thing, even though it totally is, because there are a ton of zombies in it. It would also make a great movie, if by any chance you’re reading this jacket because you’re looking for a zombie thing to make into a movie.”  —Chris O. Cook, author of To Lose & To Pretend

“This story delves into questions of identity, purpose, and morality, without skimping on the requisite gore and action that zombie fans love. This will be one of the most unusual and satisfying zombie novels you read this year.” – Kim Paffenroth, Professor of Religious Studies and Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Gospel of the Living Dead and Valley of the Dead

3 thoughts on “Zombie, Ohio now available for pre-order

  1. Brutal, Ms. Berry, just brutal… 🙂

    Pull-quotes feel terribly awkward to me, like I’ve asked ex-girlfriends to vouch for my romantic abilities. (I wonder if I would be described as “unusual and satisfying” or “funny, tragic, and nicely weird” by my exes, as I am by these reviewers.)

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