It's #Zombruary!

(From sj’s blog in 2014)

Back in 2013, when sj still had her book blog, she started Zombruary. It’s exactly what it sounds like — reading zombie books in the month of February. It didn’t take off in 2013, mainly because she wasn’t impressed with any of the zombie books she was reading. In 2014, she tried again, and that’s when I started joining her. We read Pontypool Changes Everything and The n-Body Problem by Tony Burgess, and Zone One by Colson Whitehead. Without looking at Goodreads, I think I’ve been joining her for this on and off since then (probably off, mostly, because of school and work).

We are definitely doing Zombruary together this year, though, and we plan to read The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey (which is also on my list for #20For20Books) and reread Zone One together. I would also like to read The Reapers are the Angels by Alden Bell because sj brought it up in our conversation about when Zombruary started, and I haven’t read that one.

I know this is late notice, but if you’d like to join us for Zombruary, feel free to use the button below for your posts/blog. I just ask that you link back to this post — this is sj’s thing, and because she doesn’t have a blog anymore, there is really no way to link it back to her unless you link to this post. You can also use the hashtag #Zombruary on Twitter and Instagram. I can’t guarantee I’ll be able to keep up with everyone’s posts due to school and work, but I’ll do my best!

If you’re joining us for Zombruary, what do you plan to read?

10 comments

  1. The Reapers are the Angels sounds interesting; I will look it up. The description of it sounds to me, in light of recent political events in the U.S., like allegory. I live in a very small town in a very red state.

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