My Book Review of Undead Cheesehead: A very Wisconsin zombie horror comedy (Monsters in the Midwest Book 3)

book 3Undead Cheesehead by Scott Burtness
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I Enjoyed This Story Immensely

I’m not huge into zombies, and the premise, though fun, is not solid. Still, I enjoyed this story immensely. I felt it wrapped up the series well, too.

What I liked was getting to know Stanley better. He’s such a kind, endearing character. His physical description is not how I see him; it comes across as stick-figured and sharp-edged. Stanley seems too gentle for that.

The author did a phenomenal job lining the plot up and building the suspense. This was full of action and all the zombie gore one would expect. Though that’s not my groove, Scott Burtness made sure to add other elements to tickle my fancy. There were twists and turns I didn’t see coming… and, of course, laughs.

There wasn’t much to dislike. Some plot holes and plausibility concerns, but nothing that distracts from the book or its entertainment value. It was a hoot, and Hollywood would do good to pick this up for its next movie.

I recommend this story. I recommend the series. I’m sad the trilogy ended. It’s a good read!

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