REVIEWS OF ‘CELEBRITY CHEF ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE’:

By the Law Society Gazette on 25 July 2016: http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/analysis/reviews/book-review-celebrity-chef-zombie-apocalypse/5056829.article

By The Horror Nation 18 May 2016: http://thehorrornation.blogspot.co.uk/

By OWEN WHITEHEAD on 14 May 2016

Love horror? Read it.

Love comedies? Read it.
Love political satire? Read it.
Love Zombies? Have a word with yourself. And then read it.

Zombies like you’ve never seen them before. Celebrity Chefs like you’ve never seen them before. And an apocalypse like you’ve never seen before.Mankind is on the menu and Zombie Celebrity Chefs are sharpening their teeth and salivating at the prospect.

Jack Strange’s eagerly anticipated first novel delivers laughs and shocks aplenty, along with some memorable characters and stomach-churning set pieces.

Miss it at your peril.”

 

By Amazon Customer on 16 May 2016   Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
“Would never have chosen this book from the title but I loved it.
The book is so much more that a horror story, funny and very readable.
I am now waiting for the sequel!”
 

By Mr M A MULLIGAN on 16 May 2016 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

“Head-and-shoulders above most offerings in the zombie genre, this book has a vein of caustic satire about Britain’s North-South divide that is hilarious and lacerating at the same time. Be warned however that occasional shocking failures of taste are a staple of the zombie genre. The climactic scene of reckoning in St George’s Square in Huddersfield’s town centre is itself worth the asking price. Let us hope that Floyd Rampant and the undead cat Henderson return in some way, shape or form in a sequel. (I’m confident Jack Strange is working on it.”

By Huddersfield resident on 16 May 2016 Format: Kindle Edition

“Although this is not my usual reading genre I really enjoyed this book and found it difficult to put down. I was engrossed from the first page and taken to a different world. I don’t think I will ever look at celebrity chefs in the same way, or ginger cats for that matter. It’s a shame the Prime Minister was so dismissive about the wonderful town of Huddersfield. Look forward to the next book Jack Strange!”
By Mr. OMITH MUKHERJEE on 17 May 2016

Format: Paperback Verified Purchase

“Big fan of Romero and like his work this one has satire and laughs. I could see this one getting made into an independent movie like ‘warm Bodies’ but this is so much better! Keep ’em coming Jack Strange!”
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