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Educational Value. Positive Messages. What parents need to know Parents need to know that this sweet, silly zombie love story has gruesome elements suited to the subject matter: worms, severed limbs, a detached heart, a severed finger, a plate of eyeballs, a keyboard made of finger bones, and a picnic in a graveyard with brain as the entree.
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Kid, 12 years old January 6, Cute book, surprisingly scared my year old sister I would think this book would be fine for kids of most any age, but my year old sister was really creeped out by the whole zombie aspect. The story is fun, What's the story? Is it any good?
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His lips were mostly decayed, so really the action was more of a gentle knocking together of their heads. Still, Mrr appreciated the sweet gesture. Who said that marriage meant the death of romance?
Mrr had always thought of Grr as handsome. The way he staggered in that lumbering, manly way, the way his intestines swung gently as he did so, and how his eyes were that beautifully milky color. They staggered to the floor and demolished the deer corpse until it was nothing but bone, which Mrr would probably use for decoration. Both of them were covered head-to-toe in blood and animal viscera, which Grr found incredibly sexy.
Grr grabbed Mrr passionately, causing her eye to pop out again. He placed it gingerly back into her face and caressed her mangled hair. Just as they were about to close the distance between each other, they heard a twig snap from the outside. They sprang up as quickly as their decaying muscles allowed. Their ears, or what was left of them, twitched at the sound. They both could sense the trouble. They staggered deeper into their cave, letting the darkness be a shroud. Grr held Mrr in a protective embrace, eyeing the entrance and listening to the footsteps that were drawing ever closer. Grr clutched Mrr tighter.
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Even though zombies never meant humans any harm. The human brain-eating stereotype pervaded, while the truth faded into the background.
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Zombies only ever hunted animals, and found that they tasted best after decomposing for a while. They would just occasionally spring up from a grave and that was that. Although nowadays, humans built metal zombie-proof coffins that made it impossible to rise from the dead, so their numbers had dwindled significantly over time.
When Mrr thought about all those poor zombies trapped underground, she would become possessed with grief. Grr, on the other hand, tried not to think about it. Nasal sniffed the air. They were getting closer. It would only be seconds until their flashlights caught hold of their huddled forms. As quietly as possible, Grr let go of his wife and picked up his own bone weapon. Mrr did the same. Their forms were as tense as decaying bodies could be.
The light shined upon them, illuminating their ragged forms. Grr and Mrr launched forward, whacking blindly at their intruders. But these outsiders were sturdier than their rotting counterparts, and their blows did next to nothing.