Sarah and David’s marriage has never been so good; the zombie apocalypse really brought them together ever since their first zombie kill – their marriage therapist. In this book, they are spending the winter in Phoenix, Arizona, and have started up their own business – Zombiebusters Extermination Inc. In exchange for goods, especially food or medical supplies, they will kill your zombies. But there are rumors of special “bionic” zombies, zombies who can reason. But that isn’t as strange as the next client, a scientist who wants a live zombie to experiment with! Fun Zombie-Romantic-Comedy, and a quick read.
17. Eat Slay Love by Jesse Petersen, 279 pages, Zombies, 2011 (Living With the Dead, Book 3).
Sarah and David are heading towards the mythical Midwest Wall – a wall constructed to keep the threat of the zombie apocalypse from reaching the east coast of the U.S.A. They have a vial that just might be the cure, and they need to get it to some place that has electricity, and scientists, and an infrastructure capable of recreating and distributing it. But it isn’t easy to travel in a zombie apocalypse. Along the way, they meet up with a reporter (well, technically one of the paparazzi) and a drugged-out rock star. And the usual complements of cults, highwaymen, soldiers who aren’t receptive to news from their side of the wall, and zombies – lots of zombies. David changes some during this book, and it’s interesting to see the progression. Another quick read, lots of fun and a couple of thrills.