In between rounds of golf, President Barak Hussein Omeba is busy fomenting class war, redistributing wealth, undermining capitalism, inciting racial division, and burying future generations of Americans under colossal mountains of debt. And the American people have had all they’re going to take. Patriots, Tea Partiers and ordinary citizens angrily march on Washington to protest creeping socialism and economic destruction.
As if the United States doesn’t have enough trouble, Iranian jihadists secretly dispatch three thermonuclear bombs engineered to detonate on Israeli and American soil—as the prelude to global Islamic jihad. In a heart-pounding race to stop nuclear Armageddon, Colonel Joel Plummer’s SpecOps commandos chase nuclear jihadis across the Middle East in a deadly game of cat and mouse.
President Omeba realizes the impossibility of re-election so he goes for broke and takes the action he has craved all his life. In a bid for socialist revolution, he commands his zombie-like followers to forcibly overthrow the capitalist order.
All across America the Omeba zombies rise and attack ordinary citizens. Patriots fight back as the Zombie War sweeps across the nation, killing millions.
The struggle for the soul of America consummates in a brutal bloody showdown on the footsteps of the White House. In the final chapters of Lost in Zombieland, a shocking catastrophe changes America forever
I thoroughly enjoyed reading "Lost In Zombieland". I found it to be laugh out loud funny and thought provoking, both at the same time in some cases. It was easy to read for the most part although there were a few words in the book that made me open my dictionary, but there weren't enough of them to really make understanding the gist of what is being said hard.
I also like the way the scenes are separated into different chapters instead of jumping around inside each chapter with the use of dividers like so many authors seem to be doing these days. That created almost a bookmark in case I needed stop to do something else or in case I needed time to digest what I had just read.
The writing is solid and the author has created a wonderful kind of parallel universe that is just so cool. "Lost In Zombieland" has such vivid imagery throughout the book that I almost felt like I was sitting there in the meeting rooms and on the move with General Plummer as he tried to carry out his mission.
It was a great read and I would easily give it five stars on any site.