“The Code of the Zombie Pirate”
by Scott Kenemore
Published by Skyhorse Publishing (2010)
248 pages

Okay to be honest, I’ve never really been a fan of pirates, however, give me a good zombie apocalypse and I can’t refuse, but having read a couple of other books by Scott Kenemore, I saw no harm in reading this, in fact I knew I was going to have some fun.   That’s exactly what I got some fun and some zombies and you will to if you pick up this fun handbook on how to sail the seas pillaging with a crew of zombies.

Scott Kenemore taught us how to get ahead in the business world in “Z.E.O,” how to win a war with “The Art of Zombie Warfare” and has a novel about what it’s like to be a zombie during a zombie apocalypse called, “Zombie, Ohio.”  So Scott knows what he’s talking about when it comes to zombies.

Scott gives you the secrets to selecting, customizing and managing a crew of zombie pirates, including such important decisions like how to find the right vessel, where treasure chests are buried, how to create your pirate zombie flag and when to fly it.    Taking the various assortment of zombies; fast, slow, voodoo created, brain eating and others, he plunks them down in the Caribbean during the 1700s hey day of piracy.  You would think that placing the zombies in that era would hinder some of the arrangements and motivations but that just makes it more fun.

So whether you are a fan of pirates or a fan of zombies or both Scott Kenemore will tell you how to combine the two and be successful at your plunders and be able to retire to your own desert isle when all is said and done.

This book is full of some supernatural undead fun so check it out.

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