The Unkillables

The Unkillables Zombies vs Cavemen Gash Eye already thought life was hard as the Neanderthal slave to a band of Cro Magnons Then zombies attacked wiping out nearly everyone she knows and separating her from the Jaw

  • Title: The Unkillables
  • Author: J. Boyett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Zombies vs Cavemen Gash Eye already thought life was hard, as the Neanderthal slave to a band of Cro Magnons Then zombies attacked, wiping out nearly everyone she knows and separating her from the Jaw, her half breed son Now she fights to keep the last remnants of her former captors alive Meanwhile, the Jaw and his father try to survive as they maneuver the zombie infZombies vs Cavemen Gash Eye already thought life was hard, as the Neanderthal slave to a band of Cro Magnons Then zombies attacked, wiping out nearly everyone she knows and separating her from the Jaw, her half breed son Now she fights to keep the last remnants of her former captors alive Meanwhile, the Jaw and his father try to survive as they maneuver the zombie infested landscape alongside time travelers from thirty thousand years in the future Destined to become a classic in the literature of Zombies vs Cavemen.

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    1. The UnkillablesThis book was offered as just another Zombie story. It actually has a lot more to offer. A VERY ORIGINAL IDEA OF HOW THEY CAME TO BE and also a look at the what if concept of time travel. Surprise! Not of travel into the future, but back in time. Back to the time of the cave dwellers. CAVEMEN ! This is not some cheesy battle of caveman meets future man, as the concept of the story is well thought out and interesting it is also more than another ZOMBIE BATTLEGROUND. IT IS SURE TO B [...]

    2. Jim Boyett has done it again! An inventive take on genre fiction, with a playful sense of meta-narrative and a quirky, irrepressible spirit.

    3. Boyette takes familiar horror-sci-fi tropes (zombies, time travel, cavemen) and uses them in fresh and unexpected ways.A really thrilling and engaging read. The plight and eventual fate of the character Gash-Eye is especially well-written and poignant.

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