Can You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?

By Max Brallier
(Gallery Books, Paperback, 9781451607758, 400pp.)

Publication Date: February 8, 2011

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Description

Inside these pages lies unspeakable horror. Bloodsplattering, brain-impaling, flesh-devouring horror. You’ve probably read your fair share of zombie stories. But this time it’s different. No longer can you sit idle as a bunch of fools make all the wrong moves. All hell is about to break loose—and YOU have a say in humanity’s survival.

You have choices to make.

Moral dilemmas.

Strategic decisions.

Weapons. Vehicles.

Will you be a hero?

Or will you cover your own ass at all costs?

Can you withstand the coming hours, days, weeks, and months? Or will you die amidst the chaos and violence of a zombie uprising?

Or, worst of all, will you become one of them?




About the Author

Max Brallier is a writer for the wildly popular virtual world, PopTropica, where each month over eight million kids spend more than 11 million hours, much of it engaged in Brallier's industry-leading online quests that exploit a rapidly increasing demand for narrative storytelling from those with gaming literacy. He’s also a humor writer, having published The All-Star Bathroom Sampler , Toilet Trivia, Reasons to Drink, and Reasons to Smoke. By day he works in the advertising and promotions department of a major book publisher, plotting his escape route for when the zombies come.




Praise For Can You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?

"Creepy, chilling, and lots of nasty fun! Max Brallier gives the pick-your-own-path format a devious and very adult twist."

—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and The Dragon Factory

"Funny, smart and damned gruesome. Way too much fun." – David Moody, author of Hater

"A fun pastiche of B-movie zombie fantasy and interactive horror novel . . . A boy’s own adventure that breathes a little well-deserved juvenile humor into the apocalypse." -- Kirkus

"Brallier's book may just be the best thing to happen to literary zombies since Max Brooks." -- Jacksonville Florida Times Union

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