When a zombie outbreak puts a teenage dance party to a violent end, lovestruck, angsty, teenage metalhead Chuck Zelemer finds himself in a bloody-academically-philosophic chase through the halls of the Bed and Breakfast where the party took place.
Featuring: Rich, character-driven narrative about angst, growing up as a species, growing up individually, first love, Plato, postmodernism, philosophy in general, death metal, and dying -Philosophical arguments potentially for and against postmodernism (Deridda, Lyotard, 'ignorant Marxism'), Plato's theory of Forms, a 'Circle of Forms', and more -200+ song '#Chuck'sDeathMetalPlaylist ' -9 full page Gustave Dore illustrations
131 pages (story: 107 pages + Glossary + #Chuck'sDeathMetalPlaylist + more) Genres: Horror, Philosophy, Zombie horror, Zombie Fiction, Zombie Apocalypse, Narrative-driven Philosophy, Platonic Philosophy, Critically Postmodern Philosophy, Critique of Postmodernism, Coming-of-Age, Romance
I write, read, play guitar, and work. Dont know how anybody does it any other way.
Influences: Hannah Arendt, Alan Watts, Stephen King, Ayn Rand, Friederich Nietzsche, Plato, George Carlin, Carl Jung, MLK JR., 2Pac, Ludwig Von Mises, Kurt Vonnegut, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ernst Hemmingway, J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling, Eminem, Bill Hicks, Frank Zappa, David Bowie. "You do not have to be a man to fight for freedom. All you have to do is be an intelligent human being." -Malcolm X