An Arizona suburb over-run by a long buried tribe.
A race to stop the dead from unleashing an ancient curse.
Two brothers keeping the apocalypse at bay, one job at a time.
The Zee Brothers: Curse of the Zombie Omelet is our action packed and hilarious introduction to Jonah, Judas & JJ, the lovable disaster prone trio, responsible for keeping the zombie apocalypse from becoming a reality.
Gruff and handsome, Jonah Zee, is the dominating, classic music loving leader, that calls the shots and keeps them coming.
Tobacco chewing, Judas Zee is the gun slinging, rock music loving goofball, that is slow to learn, but always has his big brother’s back.
And the hot and sassy JJ, is the heroine that captures the brother’s hearts and eyes, while doing her best to keep her dog, Xanadu, out of trouble.
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Funny, Entertaining, Omelet!!
I have never read a book that compares to The Zee Brothers. This book is definitely in a category all on its own.
I loved all the different voices he used for each character. Ian McEuen is a great storyteller.
I usually read romance books, but this book was so funny. I love zombies and this book was thoroughly entertaining. I can't wait to read more from this author.
- Nicole Garcia
Funny well written book!
I love how this audio book had music that really set the theme for the narration. I feel like the music was paired perfectly and other music choices wouldn't have been as great as a fit as what they choice. Perfect pairing.
I was laughing so hard listening to this, there were so many memorable moments. I really loved their first client who turned zombie and was attacking them trying to gum them to death. I was nearly cry laughing.
Judas and Jonah Zee were my favorite mostly because they are the main characters.
Yes it was it's a nice short book, perfect to curl up with a blanket and listen to the whole thing. It's less than 2 hours and ideal for a one sitting listen.
I felt like this was a mix of ghost busters meets zombies which was a great idea. I loved every minuet of this book and I hope there are sequels to come!
- Cindy Rice