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Her name is Julie and she is the opposite of everything he knows - warm and bright and very much alive, she is a blast of colour in a dreary. Isaac Marion has created the most unexpected romantic lead I've ever encountered, and rewritten the entire concept of what it means to be a zombie in the process. This story stayed with me long after I finished reading it.

R is the thinking woman's zombie - though somewhat grey-skinned and monosyllabic, he could be the perfect boyfriend, if he could manage to refrain from eating you. When your new suitor ate your old boyfriend's brain, trust issues are unavoidable Has there been a more sympathetic monster since Frankenstein's?

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Romeo and Juliet with zombies - a starry-eyed, sweetly comic story about the humanising power of love, even in the darkest of circumstances. Isaac Marion.

Online retailers Or. R shoves Julie inside the airplane he lives in to keep her safe from the other zombies. He goes off to hang out with M. Together they eat the brain of another teenage boy who had been in the group with Julie and Perry.

The experience isn't anything extremely altering for R, but luckily he's still got some of Perry to gnaw on. You see, he didn't eat all of Perry's brain in one sitting.

No, he carries the rest around with him to much on slowly so he can, um, savor the experience? Sorry, bad Lucy. Again, R experiences Perry's memories of Julie and this is where the author fumbles.

I can forgive the cheesy quality of retelling Romeo and Juliet. I can forgive a zombie society that actually is a society, but there comes a point when as an author you have to man up and deal with the circumstances of the story you're writing.

R is a zombie. Zombies are monsters. R is a monster. Perry's life force was either so vibrant that it changed R or his love for Julie such a unique experience that it changed R, who has eaten hundreds of other brains.

Something about Perry was that catalyst, but Perry and Julie's relationship is downplayed forever after as being 'almost over' and his life as something he was pretty much ready to forfeit.

This is all done to forgive R. I would have preferred R's story be about finding redemption for what he'd done and learning to fight the virus and change his nature. By eating Perry's brain, R gets to steal his memories and experiences -- the grief after his mother's death, the world's upheaval, and most importantly meeting and falling in love with Julie.

He even experiences the first time Perry and Julie make love. It was creepy and sad and if the author had owned it then the whole thing could have been awesome, but instead we got the constant downplaying and reduction of Perry's life and value as a person. By downplaying Perry's love for Julie and Perry's death all the author did was downplay the catalyst for R's change and the story absolutely, without a fucking doubt, suffered for it.

R is forgiven for Perry's death four or five times throughout this page novel.

Oh yeah, I'm quoting some of it baby. Page "Anyway," she says, "whoever killed Perry I just want you to know I don't blame them for it. I mean, I think I get it.

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You don't have a choice, right? And tot be honest I'd never say this to anyone, but It's better to rip that bandaid off. Later Nora echoes Julie's sentiments about it not really being R's fault since it's the virus. Sometime after Nora absolves him of guilt he finally confesses to Julie and she forgives him for a second time.

You can't tell, but I'm rolling my eyes. Look, Suzanne Collins owned the dark world of The Hunger Games when she brutally killed off view spoiler [Rue hide spoiler ] right in front of us. Rowling pulled no punches when she threw view spoiler [Dumbledore hide spoiler ] off that tower.

R was a monster and Marion should have owned it. If he had let R evolve from being a monster he would have found redemption instead of being handed it on page Beyond those complaints.

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R and Julie's romance meant absolutely nothing to me. You can ask what romance when you read it. Julie, all in all, was a bad romantic lead.

There were a few technical problems with the grammar.My head sways vaguely in time with the music as verses float through the jet cabin, blending together in my ears. I shake my head. No one really pays attention as the adults rush inside to deal with theman.

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The airport and their home, is their 2: R meets M and fellow zombies; more are off screen, cut from the image. Lot more trouble though.

I let out a gentle groan and inch towards the girl, trying to force kindness into my dull expression. The second earbud is still sitting on the table.