Actor Bernard Setaro Clark gives a hilarious performance of Scott Kenemore’s exuberant satire The Code of the Zombie Pirate, which is set in the Caribbean during the 18th century. His euphonious voice soars over the key points in this primer on how to select a crew of zombie pirates and how to best employ their unique skills on the high seas. Also covered is proper vessel selection to accommodate the undead, as well as the ultimate question: Should the listener cross over and join the zombie ranks?
Yet another brilliant entry in Kenemore’s zombie canon - Cap’n Hook meets the undead. Set in the Caribbean of the eighteenth century, the epicenter of piracy, voodoo, and the dark arts, The Code of the Zombie Pirate reveals all the secrets to selecting, customizing, and managing a motley crew of pirates-cum-zombies. Imagine the consequences of pirates who have crossed the line to immortality: the breathtaking lack of respect for life—it’s the ultimate pirate dream! Kenemore advises captions in:
- Selecting Zombie Pirates: Fast or slow, chatty or quiet? Can a zombie hold a cutlass, or is it better off using its teeth? As readers will learn, pirate crews benefit from diversity.
- Finding a Vessel Worthy of a Bunch of Dead Guys: Learn the ins-and-outs of pirate ships. Which ones best suit zombies, with their unique undead benefits and drawbacks?
- Flying the Zombie Pirate Flags: Learn how to instill fear with something as simple as a brain and crossbones.
- Going Full Zombie: Should the reader - an aspiring Pirate King or Queen - become a member of the walking dead? There are benefits and drawbacks to this, discussed here.
This rollicking guide through the world that zombies and pirates both haunted and hunted will keep Zen of Zombie readers intrigued and win over legions of new fans.
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Fun and lighthearted!
This is a great read to just lay back and have a laugh. I love the fun ideas and writing style. It is surprisingly thorough on what it's proposing.
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