The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home

Okie's fifteen. She lives in New York. She's got a few problems: she's failing geography, her dad's a wimp, and her mother, Sumatra, is a stone cold bitch. But things get a lot worse when Sumatra turns into a zombie and eats Okie's dad. Clio, Okie's grandmother, lives in Toronto; but since the zombie apocalypse, Toronto's a lot further away than it used to be. Clio suggests that Okie transport Sumatra across the border, because family is family. But coaching Okie by cellphone isn't easy, and Clio has some zombies of her own to contend with. Luckily she has some garden tools. Naomi Alderman and Margaret Atwood team up for this unusual two-hander. Encompassing love, death, sex, and the meaning of family, The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home will surprise, delight, and convince you of the vital importance of keeping ready supplies of rhubarb and mini-wieners in your freezer at all times. The story unfolds beginning October 24.
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@benjmartinpanganiban rhubarb is a type of... fruit I THINK lol could be a veggie. sort of sweet sort of tart.
I gotta say, this book is really good. The names were obviously made up though. Okie. :D
If you had read Margaret Atwood before you would be able to keep up perfectly with her train of thought and organic writing.
Easily the best thing I've read all week.  Just came back to this book after getting caught up with work etc and it's made of awesome.
@NatalieCuddleBug shut it dang! got nothing nice or helpful to say then dont say anything at all!
Omg her son is dead and she's talking all calm as if she just won a cup of coffee


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