What you are looking at is a document from the early days of the zombie plague. Little is known about the author before his infection--only that he was a poet. This facsimile of his actual journal recounts the events of humanity's darkest hours through the intimate poetry of haiku. Inside... read more
Part humor and part horror, Ryan Mecum takes us on a journey of what zombie life was like before-during-and after "the change". Told in diary format and then broken down into haiku poetry, readers are taken on a bloody and very descriptive journey into eating brains. Gross, but entertaining.
“I punched him. He bit me. I was able to get away and kill the guy ( or re-kill the guy?) by slamming the bathroom door on his head,alot. Not pretty. During the slam-fest his arm got caught on this side of the door and i severed it off. In his hand was this journal. Now I'm alone in a locked bathroom with a journal, a pen, and an arm of a dead man who came alive and died again. Is that murder? If so, lock me up.Ha Ha! I guess I'm already locked up, so case dismissed!”Chris Lynch
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