Review: Zombie Boyz by Various Authors

Zombie Boyz by Various Authors
Title: Zombie Boyz
Author: T.J. Klune,Eric Arvin, Ethan Stone, Daniel A. Kaine, Ethan Day, and Geoffrey Knight
Cover Artist: Wilde City Press
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Reviewer: Sean
Buy Links: Publisher | Amazon | ARe
Genre: Horror
Type: Romance
Pairing: Gay
Length: Novel
Heat Rating: ♨♨♨♨
Rating★★★★★

Blurb:

Board up the windows, push an old dresser against the door and load your shotgun. A zombie apocalypse is about to hit Wilde City, and if you want the best survival tips, six of Wilde City’s boys are here to help.

You’ll never want to exercise again as Eric Arvin and TJ Klune turn a gym full of hunks into a smorgasbord of terror in GHOUL’S GYM.

Gather your friends and fight for the man you love, as Ethan Stone and Daniel A Kaine turn Vegas into a zombie nightmare in SURVIVING SIN CITY.

And bring a date to dinner to celebrate Grumpy Grampy’s 90th birthday and introduce your family to your new zombie boyfriend in Geoffrey Knight and Ethan Day’s GUESS WHO’S COMING AT DINNER.

You’ll scream with terror and howl with laughter as Wilde City’s boys bring you our first undead anthology ZOMBIE BOYZ.

Review:

It truly is a great anthology I have read for a while. Not just that, it is the first time I was unable to choose which of the three stories I love the most. The stories are its own. Personally, I think it should have its own individual books with its own book cover. The only similar between them are the zombies. All of them earn a five stars without a second thought.

Guess Who’s Coming At Dinner by Geoffrey Knight and Ethan Day

It was a hilarious read. The authors described everything in this story extremely well. The way of having a zombie boyfriend was funny and yet adorable. I was grossed out at first but as I read on, it had became an adorable read. Love can conquered everything and this story just proved it. The main character was likable character. The whole family was an interesting family as well.

Surviving Sin City by Ethan Stone and Daniel A. Kaine

I was immediately drawn to both main characters. The authors voiced their character really well. I especially enjoy the first time they slept together. The raw emotions were there. I would love to read more about them. The zombies in this story were scarier out of three stories.

Ghoul’s Gym by Eric Arvin and T.J. Klune

It was very interesting how the authors chose how people turned into zombies. That should scare people away from touching the steroids. This one had a bittersweet ending. I got to enjoy reading from Jake’s POV.

All in all, each stories told great zombies stories. Highly recommended to zombie fans.