book review, horror, humor, short story

Waste Not by Rhonda Parrish

Zombie stories don’t get much better than this, with Rhonda Parrish’s three funny takes on the genre.

Waste Not is the most familiar zombie story of the book, with a family trying to survive on their homestead. I loved the characters, and the ending was good, creepy fun.

Feeders is a view of the zombie apocalypse through the eyes of a cat. I absolutely loved it. Well written, clever and original, I’d love to read about how other animals see the rise of the walking dead.

Last, but not least, is …Oh My!, about the zombie outbreak in the land of Oz. Pure genius, I can’t decide if I loved this story or Feeder more.

If you are a fan of the zombie genre, and you have thirty minutes to spare, I highly recommend you read this collection. You won’t be disappointed.

I award Waste Not

Waste Not is available for $1.26 ebook and $5.38 print book on Amazon.


Interested to read my reviews of other Rhonda Parrish works? Click on the names below to be taken directly to the review.

Her collection of ghost stories, The Other Side of the Door.

Her wonderful young adult book about grief and trauma, with a magic Polaroid camera. Hollow.

Her non fiction book about haunted buildings. Eerie Edmonton.

Short story anthology about pirate cats. Swashbuckling Cats edited by Rhonda Parrish.

Fantasy short story collection, F is for Fairy, edited by Rhonda Parrish.

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