reply to Snakeoil
Re: Warm Bodies: A zombie love story? Oh dear lord. I was barely able to make it through the book and they've made it into a movie? Wow...what lows Hollywood won't stoop to. I like my share of zombie books (The Feed Trilogy was a particular favorite), but this kind of makes me wonder if they really are that desperate.
I'm not even planning on seeing World War Z because it's not worth the ticket price. I've already got it on my Netflix queue.
Luffy, Zoro and Usopp: Chopper's a doctor?!?!
Nami: Why did you think we made Chopper join our crew?
Luffy: Seven Level transformation... Cool Reindeer...
Sanji: Emergency food supply...
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I loved The Feed Trilogy. I finished reading The Return Man a few months ago. It's about how the USA is divided. East of the Mississippi river is "safe", west isn't. A man lives out west, taking jobs. The jobs he takes are to hunt down and "return" the zombie loved one, of those that are paying him.
I read Empire by David Dunwoody. Zombies rule the day, and Death is wondering why he has no work.
It was ok. I'm going to nabb the second book soon.
Is a person a failure for doing nothing? Or is he a failure for trying, and not succeeding at what he is attempting to do? What did you fail at today?.
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reply to mareastrum
Kind of reminds me of Zombieland with respect to the humor angle. Im OK with it.