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If I could give the author one advice, it would be to cut down on the number of exclamation mark. The words are saying it. The addition of it doesn't add anything. That said, this is a fun and quick read.


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It differs from the usual zombie stories. I mean it's unique. I doubt you could find another one like it anywhere. I'd recommend for readers of all ages. Apr 13, Joshua Grant rated it really liked it. Have you ever seen Thankskilling? Fortunately, being no stranger to reanimating corpses, Andy Zach succeeded in that department.

Sam and Lisa battle their way across a corpse infested Illinois. The fun part about the book comes from the absolute absurdity of it all, and the fact that the turkey our patient zero in the flesh, light or dark meat your choice gets his own perspective chapters that added a uniqueness to the classic trope. All around a fun romp through a near future where turkeys get their just revenge and survivors serve up some rotted carcasses with a healthy dose of stuffing! Aug 02, Lana Campbell rated it it was amazing. This was a really cute book about turkeys turning zombie due to an infection that initially started in wild turkeys and spread to turkey farms.

Due to genetic mutations in these zombie turkeys, they become wildly aggressive and kill anything they can spur or peck to death. Trouble is they can't be killed easily. They can grow back heads, limbs, etc. This becomes a great story for a reporter named Sam of the Midley Beacon. He and hi Zombie turkey takeover. He and his editor Lisa chase the growing flocks of zombie turkeys that are coming from Illinois farms to get stories on the havoc they are wrecking. Lots of people are killed and through trial and error people discover that fire and salt water can stave off these flocks of fury.

But despite efforts to contain and kill these turkeys, the numbers keep growing until the national guard is called in to help exterminate this epidemic. The author crafted a pretty good story as to how the turkeys became infected and wove in a bit of romance here and there. All in all it was a good read but it didn't tie up as nicely as one would hope at the end but that's because there is a book two. Jul 29, Hank Hoeft rated it liked it. This book made me chuckle.

I'm not a big zombie fan, but I did have a lot of fun reading Andy Zach's tongue-in-cheek chronicle of the turkey apocalypse and America's valiant efforts to avert it. I loved his frequent if brief use of the first infected tom's POV, I loved the recurring and mock-chilling effect of the war cry of tens of thousands--hundreds of thousands--of zombie turkeys "Gobble! And since this was, after all, a zombie story with thousands of human deaths, I also appreciated the author leaving out objectionable language and descriptions that were overly-gory or overly-passionate--this is a creative decision many current writers would not have made.

View all 3 comments. Sep 16, Neminem rated it liked it. Yup you heard it right. Amidst all that we have everyday individuals caught in the zombie wave, fighting and holding on to dear life, and the strife brings together people from different walks of life and bonds them together.

New alliances are formed, camaraderie and sportsmanship litera Zombie Turkeys?? New alliances are formed, camaraderie and sportsmanship literally are bought to the forefront. We find out that the world is indeed a great place and people are essentially good. Now, read everything in the previous paragraph as a satire or with a comedic tone and you get a novel that is a laughter riot from start to finish.

If you take this novel seriously then seriously there is something wrong with you. So there is a turkey infection outbreak across the United States. The result is that the turkeys kind of become like Wolverine, you can cut or shoot or slash or skewer but like good old Wolvie, the turkeys heal themselves and keep on marching.

Hell, turkeys kept inside freezers come back to life and start growing feathers and other accessories. They peck to death humans and other predators, overwhelming them by sheer numbers. He is the first one to report the zombie turkey attacks and thus the popularity of their newspaper skyrockets. His boss, Lisa who used to see him as an underachiever falls for him and they develop a relationship. They capitalize on the whole outbreak scenario and provide reports and videos of turkey attacks, people who survived the attacks and other info, on how to fight the turkeys and what precautions need to be taken.

I was hooked on to the stadium scene where a flock of more than , turkeys descended to the field while a football match was in progress. This was by far the funniest and most interesting of all the zombie battles. Fans from both teams and the players started chopping up turkeys and singing the Thanksgiving song. The Obamas show up in the novel.

By the end of the novel it is implied that the experiment that caused the turkeys to go zombie mode had impacted other animals as well — squirrels, rabbits, bulls and finally humans — technically actual zombies. As ludicrous as it seems, occasionally we are left to seek out the humor as, when people die by turkeys Lol the description takes on a serious tone. I wish all the very best for Andy and his zombie horde of characters.

Aug 26, Les rated it really liked it. I invite you to check out his Amazon author page and read the bio. He also currently raises phoenixes as a hobby. One more thing before starting on the story. Right off the bat, you have to assume that with a title like "Zombie Turkeys" that this will be a humorous story, yet it unfolds almost like a documentary. I did LIKE it, nonetheless. Sam becomes an internet sensation by reporting on the Zombie Turkey outbreak. He always manages to be in the right place at the right time to get the story.

Overall, I think it was the characters that left me in the friend-zone with this story. None of them struck me as endearing, which I think could have gone a long way to make this a better story for me. I found it interesting enough to put it on my reading list for the future. If you have an off-beat sense of humor, give Zombie Turkeys a try. It might be right up your alley. View all 7 comments. Nov 05, S. Gibson rated it it was amazing. Enjoyed the running, fighting, and trying to survive the zombie turkey attacks. I think every Holiday should have a reading of this book.

It is past time for the turkey to turn the dining table on the ravenous humans. Check out this book, it is a funny, irreverent journey into the end times. Mar 17, Kim rated it liked it. Zombie Turkeys is not as bad as one would expect a book about zombie turkeys to be.

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It was campy, which was good, but it was also cheesy, which was bad. It was action-packed, which was good, but it also dragged on at the end, which was bad. The male narrator did some crazy voice work including a passable imitation of Barack Obama , which was good, but the female narrator didn't differentiate much between her different characters, which was bad.

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What does it mean to say a book broke even? I don' Zombie Turkeys is not as bad as one would expect a book about zombie turkeys to be. I don't know, but that's what Zombie Turkeys did for me. Jan 10, Wesley Britton rated it really liked it. Wesley Britton The title of Zombie Turkeys signals this urban fantasy is intended to be entertaining, not to be taken seriously, and likely a comic romp.

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The yarn is fast-moving from start to finish, opening with the first attack of carnivorous red-eyed wild turkeys very difficult to kill. They can quickly resurrect after death and grow back cut-off limbs. On the trail of the killer swarm is Sam Melvin, investigative reporter for the small-town Illinois Midley Beacon newspaper and blog edited by his future wife, Lisa.

Along the way, as Sam recounts his adventures, we get some obvious jokes. Humans are literally hen-pecked to death. As the setting expands, we encounter some very strange groups. They include the heavily-armed and very secretive Organic Turkey Farmers network of survivalists. When the flock begins to invade Chicago, Second Amendment advocates press Mayor Rob Emmanuel for a loosening of gun control measures.

Even President Obama has several cameos, including an aborted Thanksgiving dinner in the city. Perhaps strangest of all is the battle at Soldiers Field where the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers, and a stadium of armed fans take on a horde of relentless turkeys. Obviously, looking for clear explanations for why all this is happening is way beside the point.

We learn about a Turkey Institute who discover where the infectious bacteria came from and how simple salt water is the needed cure.

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We hear about the Journal of Turkey Medicine where scientific reports are published. Are there really that many turkeys in Illinois? Maybe so, but again, making real world connections is way beside the point. Andy Zach was born Anastasius Zacharias, in Greece.

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His parents were both zombies. Growing up, he loved animals of all kinds. After moving to the United States as a child, in high school he won a science fair by bringing toads back from suspended animation. Andy, in addition to being the foremost expert on paranormal animals, enjoys breeding phoenixes.

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He lives in Illinois with his five phoenixes. Not surprisingly, during a perhaps overlong denouement in the novel, we see the seeds for a sequel, Zombie USA. May 20, Janice E. Ryberg rated it really liked it. Really involved plot following a scientific approach to the spread of the zombie bacteria. If course it spread like crazy with everyone making money and eventually the happy side plots were overshadowed by critters and eventually people getting zombified.