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[Review] The Zee Brothers: Curse of the Zombie Omelet – Grivante [Audio Tour]

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Welcome to the Ginger Mom’s stop on this hilarious zombie tour, hosted by the amazingly talented Audiobookworm Promotions.
The Zee Brothers: Curse of the Zombie Omelet
by: Grivante
Narrated by: Ian McEuen
Series: The Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminators #1
Publisher: Grivante Press
Release Date: December 12, 2015
Genre: Horror, Action/Adventure
Length: 1 hour 55 minutes
Format Read: Audible
Source: Author for Review
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Story: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Narration: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Orgasms, Chocolate & Zombies? Just an average day for Jonah, Judas & J.J.

The Zee Brothers have a strange and dangerous vocation. While some hunt rodents or pests in the dark, Jonah and Judas tackle much larger prey . . . zombies. Equipped with a well-loved artillery gun, DeeDee, and a much used and somewhat abused pickup truck called Sasha, the duo clear the night of undead pests, keeping the ever present threat of a Zombie Apocalypse at bay.

When the slap happy pair receives an after hours call for extermination that ends in a gurgle, they head out, guns locked and catch pole loaded. It seems that an incredibly foolish developer built a high cost, gated community atop an old Indian Reservation – a Reservation that soon became a graveyard and home to magic much older than the flimsy walled homes that tried to take over. Lost in this sea of new hoursesl, an ancient artifact lay buried till the obnoxious Home Owners Association President disturbed it – and awakened the Zombies from their slumber to retrieve it.

Now it’s up to the Brothers to find it and lay the walking dead to rest. Along the way they meet the woman of their dreams, J.J, her magical and disco imbued dog, Xanadu, a denture wearing Zombie and a High Priest that offers a bit more danger than DeeDee can handle.

Filled with pop culture nods and heroes that just don’t know when to quit, it’s a slap happy, blood filled adventure, as the trio fights off zombies and the brothers fight each other for J.J’s affection.  If you like Ash vs. Evil Dead, Army of Darkness and Scooby Doo, you’ll want to buy this action packed romp and dive into The Zee Brothers’ adventures today!


Yes, that is exactly how I would classify this book – Zombies meets Scooby Doo.

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I mean, when you’re main bad guy is a denture-wearing zombie, what else can you say? That being said, this book is definitely meant for adults only. The Zee brothers have quite a mouth on them so be prepared for some language. But that’s not the only reason. It really would be a shame for such references as the Zee Brothers’ phone number (888-867-5309 . . . just try to read that without humming) to be lost on those who weren’t part of the 80’s!

I really had no idea what I was getting into with this book. My experience with zombies is confined to the first few seasons of the Walking Dead (before it turned into a gory  show that no longer has any moral obligations to its viewers) and that movie . . . what is it? Warm Bodies? I am not a fan of gore or blood and guts so I usually steer clear of zombies. But, when I started listening to this audiobook, I spent the first chapter in tears because I was laughing so hard.

The Zee Brothers are hilarious. Think: Rednecks meet Ghostbusters. That’s what I envisioned. Their banter had me cracking up at times. Then you add in J.J. and her incredibly mysterious dog, Xanadu, and I was amazed that zombies could be so lighthearted.

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Yes, while this is still a zombie book, I picture Scooby and some rednecks, big guns, and a crazy little dog that I’m still not sure about. If you can handle the zombie part, I definitely recommend this book. It is a very entertaining read 🙂

The narration for this book was perfect. In portraying the Zee brothers the way he did, Ian McEuen gave this book that extra edge. The pacing was great and I found myself really enjoying each minute of this book. This is a narrator I will definitely be checking out again soon.

That’s all for now 🙂



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