The couple who slays together, stays together.


The book is about two unlikely heroes — a couple on the verge of divorce. On their way to marriage counseling, they notice a few odd things: a missing guard, a lack of cars on the freeway, and their counselor ripping out the throat of her previous client.

Now it’s up to David and Sarah to work together, save their marriage — and survive in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

The book is chock-full of valuable post-apocalyptic marriage advice, including:

* Balance the workload in your relationship. No one person should be responsible for killing all the zombies.
* Put the small stuff into perspective. It’s better to be wrong and alive than right but eating brains.
* Talk out your big decisions. Hear both opinions before you decide if you’re going to flee the city or hole up with Campbell’s Soup and CNN.
* Share in your activities and interests. If you’re going to kill zombies anyway, why not do it together?
* Plan romantic getaways. Or just getaways.
* Show physical affection. Nothing says ‘I love you’ like bearing the entirety of your spouse’s body weight.

Genre: Urban Fantasy, Zombies

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Married with Zombies
(Living with the Dead: Book 1)
by Jesse Petersen

Hachette Book Group USA (Orbit Books)
September 1, 2010
Available: September 1, 2010
ISBN #0316102865
EAN #9780316102865
320 pages
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