Zapocalypse: The Midnight Special

Zapocalypse The Midnight Special Who knew that two lesbians stranded in some hick ass town deep in the swamps of southern Georgia would become local legends heroes in their own right Gina and Ginger sure as hell didn t But that s ex

  • Title: Zapocalypse: The Midnight Special
  • Author: D. Dye
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Who knew that two lesbians stranded in some hick ass town deep in the swamps of southern Georgia would become local legends, heroes in their own right Gina and Ginger sure as hell didn t But that s exactly what they became on the night of The Midnight Special Battling redneck hypocrites on a nightly basis at the diner was bad, but battling those same inbreds turned zombWho knew that two lesbians stranded in some hick ass town deep in the swamps of southern Georgia would become local legends, heroes in their own right Gina and Ginger sure as hell didn t But that s exactly what they became on the night of The Midnight Special Battling redneck hypocrites on a nightly basis at the diner was bad, but battling those same inbreds turned zombie was a whole different breed of stupid Yet with their iPods jacked up and blasting Creedence Clearwater Revival, that s just what they re doing kicking some serious zombie ass With half the town looking out their backdoors and the other half dreading that bad moon a rising, Gina realizes she and Ginger have been thrust into a fight for the town as well as their lives.

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    • Lanie (Lanies Book Thoughts) says:

      This book cracked me up, from start to finish. I enjoyed the sarcasm and quick wit of these two ladies, they make a great pair. Ginger and Gina live in a small town down deep in the south where being lesbians isn't exactly smiled upon. These gals are just waitresses trying to save up the money to blow that popsicle stand when suddenly people start getting sick left and right. What seems like an outbreak of Eli or maybe some wicked stomach flu quickly turns into hick zombies on parade. Ironically [...]

    • Z-squared says:

      Raunchy, over-the-top, gore-fest of Zombie silliness. This is the literary version of a Grindhouse flick. Good times :) Great read for Halloween.

    • Regan says:

      I looked to see who the hell was harassing my girl. Surprise, surprise. None other than Butch, Sundance, and the rest of their flannel-shirt gang. Every time I saw that crowd, I swore Larry the Cable Guy would pop out and holler, Get 'er Done!Zapocalypse is a hilarious yet suspenseful lesbians-vs-redneck zombies tale. Gina and Ginger decide to move to the deep south after throwing a dart at the map of the U.S. However, life in Georgia isn't so accepting and the two are seen as outsiders and hara [...]

    • T says:

      Not a bad story at all, for hick town zombie fighting lesbians Take THAT "a - z book reading challenge" !I came across this while looking for a book starting with the letter Z for the "A-Z challenge". I've never been one for goofy b horror or zombie stories, but this was actually slightly entertaining. It was definitely silly, with the hicks-turned-zombies, and the only ones to save the town being the outcast lesbian couple. But what earned this even getting a review was how well the author wro [...]

    • Char Mcleod says:

      Zapocalypse-the Midnight Special Nothing ever happens in small Southern towns, right? Wrong. And of course, Ginger and Gina, the two leads in this story, find that out, much to their chagrin. Loved this from the very beginning. The two lead characters were women I could relate to (even though I'm not a lesbian) because they were funny, sharp witted and took no nonsense from anybody, even their redneck neighbors or the zombies who invaded their adopted home.It's sassy, funny, hot and the characte [...]

    • Tony-Paul Vissage says:

      Not a laugh a minute, but enough irreverence and shock value to make you think so. For some reason, zombie stories seem to just ask for sarcasm, derision, and impertinence…and Zapocalypse has it in abundance…as well as concise, clear writing, and good characterization. It’s also an erotic novel with plenty of…ahem…interactionbetween the two main characters. It’s short (only 44 pages), but packs a definite punch as a new entry in the zombie genre.Zapocalypse—The Midnight Special is [...]

    • Francis Franklin says:

      A pair of gun-toting lesbian waitresses come to the rescue when a town is ravaged by redneck zombiesIf you like lesbians and zombies, you can't go wrong with this. It's lighthearted and humorous with bits of gore mixed in. My main complaint is that the resolution of the story feels overly hasty, perhaps to avoid taking the plot into dark fantasy / thriller space. A fun read nevertheless.

    • Sally says:

      For such a short tale, D. Dye manages to cover an amazing amount of ground. Tightly plotted and fast-paced, with nary a wasted paragraph in sight, Zapocalypse - The Midnight Special (Lesbians Vs. Zombies) offers up equal parts horror, erotica, and satire, all in a mix that works so well, you won't want it to end.Let's start with the horror. The zombies here are fast and ferocious, terrifying monstrosities that just won't stay dead. Brutal and bloody, they aren't exactly mindless, but are certain [...]

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