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Raising Stony Mayhall In 1968, After The First Zombie Outbreak, Wanda Mayhall And Her Three Young Daughters Discover The Body Of A Teenage Mother During A Snowstorm Wrapped In The Woman S Arms Is A Baby, Stone Cold, Not Breathing, And Without A Pulse But Then His Eyes Open And Look Up At Wanda And He Begins To Move.The Family Hides The Child Whom They Name Stony Rather Than Turn Him Over To Authorities That Would Destroy Him Against All Scientific Reason, The Undead Boy Begins To Grow For Years His Adoptive Mother And Sisters Manage To Keep His Existence A Secret Until One Terrifying Night When Stony Is Forced To Run And He Learns That He Is Not The Only Living Dead Boy Left In The World.

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    zombie novels are usually about other things, where the zombies zombie situation is just standing in for whatever larger theme, whatever personal political or social point the author wants to make zombies are a conveniently adaptable menace the fluidity of their ontology, the mechanics of their movements and behaviors fast or slow sentient or no...


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    Find all of my reviews atYou re not like the rest of them, Stony Maybe it was the way you were born But you re different You re humanDear Daryl GregoryI stumbled upon this author a few years ago when everyone was raving about We Are All Completely Fine followed up by a library copy of Harrison Squared since 1 it featured the MC from We Are All Completely Fine in child format and 2 I m always on the lookout for YA to force up Find all of my reviews atYou re not like the rest of them, Stony Maybe it was the way you were born But you re different You re humanDear Daryl GregoryI stumbled upon this author a few years ago when everyone was raving about We Are All Completely Fine followed up by a library copy of Harrison Squared since 1 it featured the MC from We Are All Completely Fine in child format and 2 I m always on the lookout for YA to force upon my own children I forgot all about him until Spoonbenders showed up once again on NetGalley seriously authors, get your shit out there so people start talking about it unless your publisher finds someone to release a blurb stating your new book is the next Gone Girl in that case buy a big bed so you can spread your bajillions of dollars all over it and roll around Anywho, Spoonbenders hooked me with only the title and I didn t put two ...


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    Update August 17, 2017 1.99 on USThis was really good and a different take on zombies Original post This is a book about a newborn baby who is found on his dead mother on the side of the road He was found by a single mother driving by with her young daughters They take him home and raise him secretly Why secretly Well, the baby wasn t like other babies and if anyone found out about him, they d take him away and probably kill him, and the rest of the family would be in loads of tr Update August 17, 2017 1.99 on USThis was really good and a different take on zombies Original post This is a book about a newborn baby who is found on his dead mother on th...


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    This was pure pleasure a reinvention or is that revitalization of the zombie mythos, a compelling and often surprising what happens next page turner, and as sweet, funny, moving, and yet tough minded as the very best of Bradbury or John Crowley, who gets a hat tip.My rating may go up But this is awesome I ve really enjoyed Gregory s novels, but this is something And now Mira Grant and Colson Whitehead have a pretty high bar to jump for their uses of the zombie A longer review to This was pure pleasure a reinvention or is that revitalization of the zombie mythos, a compelling and often surprising what happens next page turner, and as sweet, funny, moving, and yet tough minded as the very best of Bradbury or John Crowley, who gets a hat tip.My rating may go up But this is awesome I ve reall...


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    Made the list for Best Badass Zombie Books..http badassbookreviews.com the bestPart 1This is the story of a little baby found on the side of a road He is clearly different He should not be Wanda Mayhall does not care Stony is a baby She will protect him from the world, and make sure he is raised to be loved and cherished just like her three other children.Sadly for Stony, he knows he is not like his sisters His physical self is not only different, but he feels no pain, and things that Made the list for Best Badass Zombie Books..http badassbookreviews.com the bestPart 1This is the story of a little baby found on the side of a road He is clearly different He should not be Wanda Mayhall does not care Stony is a baby She will protect him from the world, and make sure he is raised to be loved and cherished just like her three other children.Sadly for Stony, he knows he is not like his sisters His physical self is not only different, but he feels no pain, and things that should kill him like an arrow to the heart that is accidently released by his best friend Kwang only cause concern on how he ll hide it from his mom.Stony also knows that hi...


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    Lazy updating this because I haven t feeling well past few days and can t concentrate enough to write a proper review for this and my other most recent read bleh I blame Mother Nature allergies and sinus suck Still enjoyed this one very much, this would be interesting to see as a mini series or a movie if done right Original review I was very skeptical about this, not gonna lie or sugarcoat it I d seen some positive reviews for it and was intrigued but it took me awhile to pick it up af Lazy updating this because I haven t feeling well past few days and can t concentrate enough to write a proper review for this and my other most recent read bleh I blame Mother Nature allergies and sinus suck Still enjoyed this one very much, this would be interesting to see as a mini series or a movie if done right Original review I was very skeptical about this, not gonna lie or sugarcoat it I d seen some positive reviews for it and was intrigued but it took me awhile to pick it up after I bought it kept picking it up and putting it aside after reading a few pages Then, when I was putting my TBR list together for October, I glanced at it sitting on mt shelf and figured why not now A different take on Zombies living dead but it worked out really well for me In 1968, after the zombie outbreak, Wanda Mayhall and her three young daughters discover the body of a teenage mother during a snowstorm Wrapped in the woman s arms is a...


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    Though this is certainly not the very best novel I have ever read or have read this year, or this month, or even this week this is definitely the most super funfun time I have had reading a book in ages I know that by saying that I am running the risk of driving people away from Stony Mayhall out of sheer literary fussiness and general taking self too seriouslyness not saying I m not guilty , and that is truly a shame because it really is quite well written on top of being fast paced and che Though this is certainly not the very best novel I have ever read or have read this year, or this month, or even this week this is definitely the most super funfun time I have had reading a book in ages I know that by saying that I am running the risk of driving people away from Stony Mayhall out of sheer literary fussiness and general taking self too seriouslyness not saying I m not guilty , and that is truly a shame because it really is quite well written on top of being fast paced and cheeky in all the right ways I should thank goodreaders Mike and karen for their reviews which piqued my interest in this one, as I probably would never have even considered picking it up otherwise I m glad that I...


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    Gregory s take on zombies in Raising Stony Mayhall is both unusual and ambitious, blending an alternate history, a Living Dead divided by ideology and politics, and musings of the existential variety It is an intelligent book that has a lot to say, occasionally taking a philosophical turn as Stony wrestles with the paradox of his existence and the events his life has set in motion The first part, detailing Stony s early family life, is strong and richly observed The characters are written wit Gregory s take on zombies in Raising Stony Mayhall is both unusual and ambitious, blending an alternate history, a Living Dead divided by ideology and politics, and musings of the existential variety It is an intelligent book that has a lot to say, occasionally taking a philosophical turn as Stony wrestles with the paradox of his existence and the events his life has set in motion The first part, detailing Stony s early family life, is strong and richly observed The characters are written with obvious care, particularly Stony, who is very endearing as the boy who is not a living boy However, beyond this point, I began...


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    3.5 interesting concept in the zombie novel genre The main character is a zombie who gets adopted by a family in Iowa I really enjoyed the first third of the novel but liked the rest of it less Some interesting ideas about how the zombies organised themselves.


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    The blurb of this book is what first drew me in promising a new take on zombies Not one where they are mindless feeding machines, but one where they are able to think and speak and control their impulses.The zombies in this book, after being turned, go through a 24 48 hour fever where they are the mindless feeding machines, but after the fever breaks they turn into the Living Dead or LD Their bite is still deadly, and they are hard to kill but they can function almost normally If you consid The blurb of this book is what first drew me in promising a new take on zombies Not one where they are mindless feeding machines, but one where they are able to think and speak and control their impulses.The zombies in this book, after being turned, go through a 24 48 hour fever where they are the mindless feeding machines, but after the fever breaks they turn into the Living Dead or LD Their bite...

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