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Melinda raised her head and uttered a low, haunting howl. The rest of the herd joined her in a bloodcurdling moan that seemed to bubble up from the sulfurous pit of Hell itself
Gotta love those zombie cows! Rockwood is sort of a Texas redneck version of Sunnydale with its own answer to the Hellmouth. Vampire Earl and werewolf Duke run out of gas in the Godforsaken county of Rockwood and offers to help Loretta, owner of Gil's AllNight Diner, solve her zombie problem. But the problem becomes so much more than zombies with a teenage sorceress and her hormonally burdened assistant, a lonely graveyard guardian, a ghost terrier, and Lovecraftian Old Ones all complicating the matter. The story is both hokey and stomachcramping hilarious. It kept me laughing and sometimes a little grossed out but I was thoroughly entertained.
Oh my Lord! I needed this laugh today!
We have Duke who is a werewolf and ole Earl who is a vampire. They end up stopping at Gil's Diner because Duke is hungry. They meet Loretta who owns the place for reasons and she offers them a job when they help kill off some zombies. 😂
I loved the pictures in my head of the old diner in the backwoods next to a cemetery in a small town. We have ALL kinds of supernatural creatures! What fun 😄
I loved the ending! Omg! It was perfect 😊 I want to read more of this author's books! I want to read more about Earl and Duke and the little extras added to their family when they left town! I don't think there are any more books with them though. I need to check for sure.
Mel ❤️ ”Loretta outweighed him by at least a hundred pounds. Nonetheless, Sheriff Kopp held his ground with the courage of a man who had seen sheep explode spontaneously and lived to clean himself up later.”
Any apocalypse is about living to tell about it, right? The interesting thing about this small community is that spontaneously exploding sheep aren’t the strangest things that happen.
When Duke and Earl saw the glowing sign of Gil’s All
Duke didn’t know which was more dangerous...the zombies or Loretta.
Now Gil, the owner of the diner, just disappeared. Loretta had taken it upon herself to keep the diner open, despite the infestation of zombies. She had killed well over a hundred already and figured sooner or later the graveyard down the road was going to run out of bodies. Duke was particularly adept at tearing apart zombies. It brought out the wolf in him, or should I say the werewolf in him.
Oh, yeah, Duke had himself an encounter with a lycanthrope, which left him with a predisposition for back hair and the strength of ten men. Rotting corpses were just giant toothpicks. Now, his buddy Earl had a different problem. I’ll give you a couple of hints. He liked to drink blood, and a sunburn was deadly to him.
For $100 and all the beer they could drink, Loretta just hired herself some supernatural help for her supernatural problem.
The problem all originated with a bored seventeen year old named Tammy, who decided the vortex to hell swirling beneath Gil’s Diner was just too interesting to leave alone. She had a Magic 8 ball which was a little different than the one I used to have. Mine didn’t have a trapped, malevolent spirit inside who just happened to be addicted to the show Bonanza. Little Miss Tammy was of Japanese descent, exotic in this small town, and pert and curvy in all the right places. She was fully aware of the impact she had on the opposite sex and what better way to recruit male minions to your dark, magic ways than to dangle the black triangle.
To add a bit more stir fry to this sizzling skillet, there was also a pretty, very needy, spirit who proved a distraction for Earl, along with her ghostly Scottish Terrier who played hell with the musty, dusty ankles of zombies. Will all these supernormal phantasmic creatures prove to be an equal match for one pissed off, power hungry, diabolical teenager?
You’ll just have to read it to find out.
I had intended to read this for Halloween, but the best laid plans of ghouls and goblins foiled my time schedule. I also really enjoyed another book by A. Lee Martinez called The Automatic Detective.
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I also have a Facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/JeffreyKeeten Fast, fun read. Solid four stars for cleverness and sillinessthe book blurb was right, this was silly in the style of Hitchhiker's Guide, and that's a high compliment indeed.
It starts off like a buddy movie of the antihero variety, with Earl the vampire and Duke the werewolf driving around drinking beer in a beatup pickup whose cab holds exactly 76 empties. They stop at an allnight diner run by Loretta, but little does anyone know, the diner is under assault by the most fearsome of opponentsTammy, a teenage girl who prefers to be called "Mistress Lilith" by her sole acolyte. Earl and Duke stick around to help rid Loretta of some pesky zombies, and soon find themselves drawn deeper into defending the diner (and our dimension).
There were some definite laughoutloud bits, particularly a section involving zombie cowsreally, even the phrase "zombie cows" starts me giggling. There's a sweet section that deals with Cathy the graveyard ghost and Earl. Napoleon the ghostly terrier adds a fun kick. The evil is both scary and hilarious: "The corpses shuffled (or hopped) to collect their weapons of knives, salad forks and camping stakes." Of course, the evil of Mistress Lilith is highlighted by her diabolical use of pig Latin and a Magic 8 ballwhat more can you say about evil?
Glad it's in my library, because I'm sure to reread it when in the mood for some fun and fluff.
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Reread September 17 bc I needed something silly and brainless between my other reads.