“Although the author claims it is a bad novella, I really enjoyed reading this story.”see full review » see other reviews »
“Yes”Chloe R. wrote this review 3 weeks ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Although the author claims it is a bad novella, I really enjoyed reading this story.”LookingForStars wrote this review Thursday, January 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Good, but needed to be proof-read, also... The ending disappointed me...”Diana wrote this review Sunday, October 2, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I really liked it. I read it in a day, which is good for a novella. I thought that the whole idea that the virus was spread by corn is brilliant. I know that John Green said a million times that it is terrible and not worth reading but it is really very good. It is a great apocaliptic book that has nothing to do about unicorns. I'd definately recommend it.”Leah D wrote this review Tuesday, February 15, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“John Green wasn't kidding that this was an awful book! But as awful as it was, it was surprisingly eye opening to how humans minds work and honestly very interesting. Zombiecorns is a zombie apocalypse novella about a teenage girl named Mia Featherstone (I think) having to live through a time when she only has her, Caroline and Mr.President (her dog) with her to cope. In her family, all but Mia has been "Z-ed" or is a Z as the book refers to and she has shot down all but her one sister Holly, who was nine years old when her newzie mother turned z-ed her with corn (Corn contains a virus that Z's you in Zombiecorns) and Mia leaves a pinata with food for her newzie sister each day. As terrible as this book was, it was well written for such a twisted plot line of how Mia reveals little by little of her life and her thoughts of what to come. Zombiecorns was not published (obviously) but however was put as a book to read on creative commons that John Green had put out for fellow nerdfighters to read.
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