Well, Matt Mikalatos is at it again. In Imaginary Jesus, he tore a swath across time, space, and Portland, Oregon, with Saint Peter, sifting through a bushel basket of ersatz Jesus-es in search of the genuine article.
After an adventure of that magnitude, you’d think Matt would have had enough. Au contraire, Pierre—this time, in Night of the Living Dead Christian, he’s on Neighborhood Watch, discovering there’s much, much more than rogue raccoons knocking over the trash cans on his street.
Matt’s little suburban paradise is crawling with monsters.
After a chance meeting with a mad scientist and his robot…sorry, android…companion, zombies start popping up everywhere, and that’s just the beginning. Matt finds himself on the run from undead monsters within and without, in the company of a werewolf named Luther.
If all of this sounds insane, you don’t know the half of it.
In a shocking, shocking development, I have the book, I’m reading the book, I’ve almost finished the book, and I will absotively-posilutely provide a genuine, full-up review of the book before this tour is over.
But not today.
If you can’t wait to hear more, or even if you can, take a few minutes and visit the other fine venues on this month’s CSFF Blog Tour. You’ll be glad you did.
Thomas Clayton Booher
Thomas Fletcher Booher
Morgan L. Busse
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
Rachel Starr Thomson
Author’s website: http://www.mikalatos.com/