This kit includes: Mini zombie gnome figurine Two-sided backdrop with chilling scenes 32-page illustrated Zombie Gnome Defense Guide mini book
Author: Andrew Farago
Publisher: Running Press
A flesh-eating spin on everyone's favorite lawn ornament, Zombie Gnome makes a delightfully gruesome decoration for the home, garden, or office. This kit includes: Mini zombie gnome figurine Two-sided backdrop with chilling scenes 32-page illustrated Zombie Gnome Defense Guide mini book
Compiled from the notes of three zombie gnome experts (among them a Van Helsing-like zombie gnome hunter, a horticulture student, and a gardening columnist), this guide includes a detailed study of zombie gnome habits, hiding places, and ...
Author: Shaenon K. Garrity
Publisher: Running Press Adult
Compiled from the notes of three zombie gnome experts (among them a Van Helsing-like zombie gnome hunter, a horticulture student, and a gardening columnist), this guide includes a detailed study of zombie gnome habits, hiding places, and offensive tactics, as well as an intimate history of the zombie gnome rise and eventual war with humanity. Empty-eyed, shambling, and hungry for human ankles, the zombie gnome population is on the rise, infesting the backyards of suburbia and attacking innocent lawn ornaments everywhere. While chances of human survival are minimal, readers can arm themselves with The Zombie Gnome Defense Guide to combat their tiny, undead enemies. Offering strategies for defense against a zombie gnome invasion, the book provides an extensive list of essential weapons and DIY home-fortification tips. Rare illustrations of zombie gnomes in their natural habitat and a priceless collection of never-before-seen photos (housed in an envelope in the back of the book) make this the go-to guide for survivalists in a zombie gnome-infested world.
She was on to something with the garden gnomes. ... “No gnome.” She wasn't
helping; she was trying to prove Natasha wrong. “I'm not saying that every nice
garden has to have a ... “Maybe not all garden gnomes are zombie gnome slaves
If Kesha—who, at fifteen, had a learner's permit to drive—crashed her car into the garden gnome on her neighbor's lawn, it would be a big deal. Her father would
have to pay for the gnome, and that might mean the family going without ...
Author: Scott Kenemore
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
In the third book of his Zombie series, Scott Kenemore brings the explosive horror thriller of an undead outbreak in the city of Indianapolis. Zombie, Indiana takes place during the same timeline as the outbreaks in his books Zombie, Ohio and Zombie, Illinois, and has the same punch as the previous two. Zombie, Indiana explores the impact of an invading zombie horde on a trio of Hoosier protagonists . . . each of whom have some dark secrets to keep. When the governor’s daughter mysteriously disappears on a field trip, IMPD Special Sergeant James Nolan, scholarship student Kesha Washington, and Governor Hank Burleson must all come together not only to find the governor’s daughter, but also to undertake a quest to redeem the very soul of the state itself . . . all while under constant attack from the living dead. With humorous, memorable characters, tense action sequences, and brutal zombie violence, Zombie, Indiana will put readers in mind of some of the most compelling works of popular fiction. At once a mystery, a thriller, and a horror novel, Kenemore strikes again with this rollicking tour through America’s heartland that is nothing but a tour de force for zombie fiction fans! Skyhorse Publishing, under our Night Shade and Talos imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of titles for readers interested in science fiction (space opera, time travel, hard SF, alien invasion, near-future dystopia), fantasy (grimdark, sword and sorcery, contemporary urban fantasy, steampunk, alternative history), and horror (zombies, vampires, and the occult and supernatural), and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller, a national bestseller, or a Hugo or Nebula award-winner, we are committed to publishing quality books from a diverse group of authors.
Notes A Google search of “zombie garden gnome” results in no fewer than
219,000 1 results. The Week 2 Staff, “America's $5 Billion Zombie Industry: By the
Numbers,” The Week, October 27, 2011, http://theweek.com/article/index/220774/
Author: John Edgar Browning
Category: Social Science
Zombie Talk offers a concise, interdisciplinary introduction and deep analytical set of theoretical approaches to help readers understand the phenomenon of zombies in contemporary and modern culture. With essays that combine Humanities and Social Science methodologies, the authors examine the zombie through an array of cultural products from different periods and geographical locations: films ranging from White Zombie (1932) to the pioneering films of George Romero, television shows like AMC's The Walking Dead, to literary offerings such as Richard Matheson's I am Legend (1954) and Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride, Prejudice and Zombies (2009), among others.
I threw the poor garden gnome at the zombies ambling toward us before I
grabbed Harry from Stan and tossed him in the backseat. I scrambled in after him.
Mai shifted into gear before the vehicle doors slammed shut. The Suburban
Author: Suzan Harden
Publisher: Angry Sheep Publishing
Samantha Ridgeway thought being turned into the walking dead by a freaky lab experiment was the worst thing that could happen to her. She was wrong. Not only did her creation cause an uproar in the paranormal community—the fairies want her dead permanently—but her vampire boyfriend is pushing for an eternal commitment, she’s a bridesmaid in her brother’s shotgun wedding, and now a necromancer has emerged, wanting revenge on her for something she did when she was still alive. The hungry corpses he raises from the dead are relentless killers. Can Sam protect her brother’s wedding guests from becoming appetizers for the flesh-crazed zombie army? And how can she keep herself from ending up as the main course?
So the next time you cross your neighbor's grass to knock on his door, take a second look at that lawn gnome peering out through the bushes, and pray it isn't one of 'them.' For when gnomes become the walking dead, no one is safe.
Author: Anthony Giangregorio
The creatures of the night have a new brethren to call their own-undead gnomes. Small pointy hats, red and green attire, or perhaps blue, these once harmless creatures have become something new...they have become the living dead. With razor sharp teeth, they will tear your ankles out as you fall to the ground in pain, their small hands will trap you, tearing you apart until their tiny heads slide into your chest cavity to feed on your warm insides. They may be small, but they are many, and their evilness knows no bounds. So the next time you cross your neighbor's grass to knock on his door, take a second look at that lawn gnome peering out through the bushes, and pray it isn't one of 'them.' For when gnomes become the walking dead, no one is safe. With stories by: Daniel Loubier, Jonathan Maberry, Anthony Giangregorio, David Bernstein, Kevin Lewis, Dane T. Hatchell, Gary Wedlund, Vincenzo Bilof, Matt Kurtz, Terry Alexander, Alan Spencer, Kelly M. Hudson
But they haven't caused any drama, so Zombie doesn't mind. But when Zombie breaks a gnome in front of the Witch's house, it seems like bad luck has struck him. He must be under a curse!
Author: Zack Zombie
Publisher: Koala Books
Just when Zombies life seems to be getting back to normal, it gets turned upside-down again. Adorable little gnomes are appearing on everyones lawns, but nobody knows where they came from or why theyre there. But they seem pretty cute, so Zombie doesnt mind. At the same time, people are mysteriously vanishing into thin air and no-one knows where theyve gone. Can Zombie and his friends uncover where the gnomes are from? Will they find out where people are vanishing to? Will they be able to discover whats going on before its too late?
... with bug pus (French dressing) or green fungus (guacamole). Swap out the
green pepper for zombie (black olives), gnome (yellow pepper), or vampire nails
(red pepper). SMALL BUT DEADLY Three-foot-tall garden gnomes turned out to
Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Get Goosebumps with the startling repackage of a best selling classic. Now with bonus materials! Two pink flamingos. A whole family of plaster skunks. Joe Burton's dad loves those tacky lawn ornaments. But then he brings home two ugly lawn gnomes. And that's when the trouble starts. Late at night, When everyone's asleep. Someone's creeping in the garden. Whispering nasty things. Smashing melons. Squashing tomatoes. No way two dumb old lawn ornaments could be causing all the trouble? Is there?
Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish Gnome-opticon or gnomopticon – no
matter. A wheelbarrow, boasting four garden gnomes, back to back, with a space-
sliver between them, braced on thick air. Wherever you stand, peeping from
Author: PS Cottier
Publisher: Interactive Publications Pty Ltd
Monstrous contains some famous creatures. You will find poems about Mary Shelley’s monster, who writes a new ending to his story. There are also lesser known monstrosities, such as sharks that eat suns, kings who wear crowns decorated with eyes, evil fairies, and the dubious future of the game of cricket. Garden gnomes, in all their hideous whimsy, keep popping up. They are even found on the moon. Travel there with a nineteenth century adventurer on a steam-engine, along with some hidden aliens. Monsters take many forms, both disturbing and amusing. The horrible and the hilarious walk together in this book.