I’ll be using this page to archive blurbs and reviews for Zombie-in-Chief: Eater of the Free World, releasing August 15, 2017 from Skyhorse Publishing.
“A political satire with bite—and braaaains—in the hues of blood-red, corpse-white, and undead-blue, Zombie-in-Chief is a clever reimagining of the 2016 election with explanations so good, you may be left wondering if our current president isn’t a zombie himself. Sometimes all we can do is laugh in the face of horror, and this novel provides a perfect outlet for that desire amidst the current political anxiety—a bigly, tremendous success. Scott Kenemore is going to Make America Love Zombies Again!”
– Joanna Parypinski, author of Pandora
“A biting satire that spits out alternative facts and explanations for our current political apocalypse. The orange skin tone. The border wall. The mindless followers. It all makes so much sense now.”
– S.G. Browne, author of Breathers and Less Than Hero
” You’ll fly through the story, waiting to see who or what is going to be skewered on the next page, while hoping that the lovable main characters will somehow be able to change history. Kenemore knows and loves his zombies, but his Zombie-In-Chief is possibly the best one he’s ever created.”
“Two words: Bloody brilliant. I’ve read Kenemore’s earlier books, Zombie: Illinois, which I loved since I’m from Chicago and Zombie: Ohio. But this… this tops them all.”
“I’d recommend this one to political junkies above all, because half the fun is playing spot-the-reference with the different characters, but even if you’re just looking for a new taste of zombie fiction that doesn’t bludgeon you over the head with skull-cracking carnage to get across its point, Zombie-in-Chief: Eater of the Free World is worth your time. It’s bloody without going over-the-top. It’s funny without pretension. It’s political without getting political. Most of all, I could tell Kenemore had fun writing it, and at the end of the day, anything a writer has that much fun writing is probably worth picking up.”