[[ download books ]] ZombicornsAuthor John Green – Moncler2018.co

From Novella Introduction Dearest Reader,This Is A Bad Zombie Apocalypse Novella It Was Written In A Hurry It Is Riddled With Inconsistencies And It Never Quite Arrives At Whatever Point It Sought To Make But Remember The You Donated To Charity In Exchange For This Steaming Mess Of Prose Will Help Our Species Shuffle Along, And I Hope You Ll Feel Warmed By Your Good Deed As You Read Thank You For Decreasing The Overall Worldwide Level Of Suck, And As They Say In My Hometown Don T Forget To Be AwesomeBest Wishes John Green The Book Has Been Made Available Under Creative Commons License, So It Can Be Acquired Legally Here


10 thoughts on “Zombicorns

  1. says:

    Having now read three John Green books, I am sensing a disturbing pattern A Books titled ZombicornsB Books titled The Fault in Our StarsC Books titled An Abundance of KatherinesAB Books with a female protagonistAC Books with characters discussing a road tripBC Books featuring geeksABC Books that mention VENN DIAGRAMS D Books about unicorns.


  2. says:

    Oh how lovely to be a zombie unicorn Unfortunately, we may never knowZombie unicorns are of peace, always For a very long time, the great conundrum of the world has been this Zombies Or unicorns It seemed something had come along to finally resolve this issue ZOMBIE UNICORNS But things are not as they seem Dun, dun, dun By the way, this book is a free download from John Green, just click on the book page and hit download ebook Then par tay I had a conversation, albeit somewhat imaginary, with Mia Featherstone, the protagonist of this John Green novella entitled Zombicorns.Me Zombie unicorns, you say Mia Well, no, actually it s NOT zombie unicorns.Me Whhhhhhhhhat No Zombie Unicorns Noooooooooo Goodbye, cruel world Mia No, no This is even awesome because it s zombie corn Get it Me Errrrrr tilts head Mia You know, corn Like the food It s yellow, with rows of kernels.Me Aaaaand that s better than zombie unicorns how Mia Because the zombies care for and plant the corn They re like undead uncoordinated zombie corn farmers.Me Uh huh.Mia But it s good, because corn is awesome.Me Zombies plant corn WHY THE FRAK DO THEY PLANT CORN Mia They ve been infected by a virus through eating corn and they want to bring that corn to everyone because of said virus.Me Ah So it s not zombified unicorns It s zombies eating corn.Mia Uh, kinda It s just they don t actually eat the corn once they are infected They either eat people or force the people to eat corn.Me They don t eat the corn, they just plant it Mia Yep.Me Well, regardless I really did enjoy your story really entertaining Oh, I loved your dog, Mr President.Mia Gee thanks.Me As much as I liked it, I m glad you kept your story short because I just don t know how long zombies planting corn would stay interesting.Mia Understood.Me Are you sure there aren t any unicorns Mia No unicorns No rainbows Sorry.Me Frak Oh, on a side note It seems that you like to use the term frak Is John Green a fan of Battlestar Galactica Mia Who s John Green eyes start to glaze over Me What do you mean He s the guy that wrote yo Oh, uh, never mind Forget I said anything.Mia What are talking about Who the frak is John Green roars and goes dead behind the eyes Me No one No one Uh, interview over runs away screaming I m never eating corn, EVER AGAIN


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    The most important thing you have to notice about the book is the disclaimer written below the title Even though the cover illustrates an awesome zombie unicorn, this isn t about unicorns turning into zombies I guess Mr John Green isn t ready to write about that yet Bummer Lol What the story really is about is CORN Lots and lots of corn which is the reason people got z ed up or got infected by this virus that assumingly came from canned corn Lol Former people who got z ed up or zombified became extremely loyal to corn and kept planting them Such a hilarious deconstruction of Plants Vs Zombies LMAO The tone of the story is indeed big on dark and weird humor.But than the story s absurdity is the fundamental element usually present in Mr Green s stories Only he can make a silly zombie apocalyptic story completely deep in philosophical meanings Through the eyes of Mia, a 16 year old lone survivor of Chicago, whose will to live seems to depend on the remaining bottles of wine in her cellar, this story brings up the question on the reason of human existence, the answer to the question of the BIG WHY Why do people make certain decisions Why do people want what they want But the real question is do you want to read the book If yes, it s free Go check it out here.Thanks to Elaine whose awesome review made me read the book.


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    so it automatically loses a star for false advertising do not put a unicorn on the cover unless there is actually a unicorn to be had cheap shot, john green you know i am a girl and as such, genetically inclined towards all things unicorn but it automatically gains a star for being a free download which is a generous thing for an author to do and this from someone who hates reading on the computer you see what the promise of a unicorn will do even though it was short, i had to read it in a couple of installments because of the yuk of reading on a computer, during one pause of which someone said to me you know there are no unicorns in it, right no, ma am, i did not but i continued turns out, it is about corn and zombies so zombicorn guess that would not have made as arresting a book cover if i know how to photoshop stuff, there would be a really cool picture here.another star just for john green i have only read one of his books, but i really liked it even though i don t usually go for realistic teen fiction , and i hear such great things about his other books, and about him as a person and did you know he was born exactly one day after me fact there is something about his writing that makes me want to lay my head in his lap, but in the way a kitten would, not LGM just like, and tell me another story, please, john there isn t too much to say about it except this is a great short story, with very sympathetic characters, a bizarre premise, and some sweetness and some humor along the way it s free, dude, just read it.


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    I was talking to someone the other day about Author Blindness, which is a serious problem which plagues the best of us, or at least me I have had Author Blindness with John Green The day I finished reading Paper Towns, I went out and bought every other published work of his including the usual suspects An Abundance of Katherines and Looking for Alaska but also stuff like Will Grayson, Will Grayson, Let It Snow, and Geektastic I consumed everything and I was so in love with his writing and his voice that I failed to see a lot of the flaws in it At some point recently, I lost my awesome goggles and upon rereading his story in Let It Snow and Geektastic, I was able to objectively review them.The reason why I m telling you all this is because I want you to believe me when I say that this story is pretty amazing Zombicorns is free, now, but I originally donated twenty five dollars so that I could get the story I know, you re thinking that twenty five bucks is a pretty steep price for a novella, but I donated for the charity John s novella was a bonus John originally read the first page of this in a youtube video I watched and I didn t get it, mainly because he used the word corn so much that corn didn t sound like a word any So, despite the video, I donated and I got Zombicorns.What s awesome about Zombicorns is that it combines two of my favorite things John Green and zombies If you ve read John Green at all, you know he relies on a rather formulaic plot of a geeky, socially inept guy and a quirky, buckets of awesome girl kind of colliding This has essentially been the plot in everything that he s ever written whenever he seems to stray from that maxim, he fails see his shorts in Let It Snow and Geektastic That said, I think I put off reading this novella because I simply assumed that it was going to suck I was wrong.Zombicorns is a story set in a world where a virus is spread by yep, you guessed it corn I can appreciate any fresh perspective on zombies since it s all been done before, really military experiment gone bad, rage virus, a Lazarus phenomena where people rise out of their graves and eat people Spreading a virus through corn is kind of creepy, too, when you consider that it s available en masse everywhere you go and, as Green points out, it s inhabiting our sugars and our fuels and who knows what else now So, yeah, bonus points for the original concept and for the original language, too In this world, you re not a zombie, you are z ed up.I did have a few issues with this, though John Green said himself that this was a flawed novella and he s definitely right For example, the main character is named Mia and she s a female Unfortunately, John Green really doesn t do a convincing female voice, maybe because he writes Mia in the same manner in which he wrote Q, Colin, and Miles A few things bugged me about her her disassociated, unemotional demeanor whenever she talks about having to kill someone to complete them, she says , her insistence to stay in Chicago when supplies were dwindling and there was the distinct possibility that the z ed up were staying down south so that they could continue to cultivate their corn.Save for a few flaws, this was a pretty great addition to the existing breadth of zombie lit On my review for In The Snow, I wrote about how nice it was for John to get out of his niche a little, but this was a true effort of escape from the story he always writes If it were up to me, I d tell him to expand this into a novel As such, it s a thirty eight page novella that you can get for free, so no one has a reason not to read it.


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    Find all of my reviews at Green wrote a book about zombie unicorns When this title popped up, things got a bit uhhhhh, SCREAMY Welp, turns out that Zombicorns isn t about undead one horned magical beasts, but is actually a story of the zombification of regular ol people through the ingestion of corn An anti Monsanto statement, maybe Nahhhhhhhh Well, maybe, but not really It was actually about each individual s U.C What is your ultimate concern What, ultimately, motivates your living For what would you die What is your capital U ultimate capital C concern and about love I came to the conclusion a while ago that there is nothing romantic or supernatural about loving someone Love is the privilege of being responsible for another and about humanity as a whole.John Green himself admits that he wrote this in a quick hurry and it s not really all that good He s not lying The story definitely doesn t have a great flow and the zombie apocalypse is most certainly not Green s forte That being said, Zombicorns still makes you think a bit and even on his worst day Green writes YA better than 99.99999% of everyone else on the planet, so he gets 3 Stars Bonus that this originally was written in order to raise money for charity I know a lot of people think Green is overrated and pretentious and too big for his britches and blahblahblah, but as long as he keeps acting like a human every once in awhile I ll keep reading his stuff.However, I do feel I was a teensy bit gypped, so I think it s only fitting I get an actual zombicorn for Christmas And if a true zombie apocalypse should ever occur I know where I ll be Read Zombicorns HERE for free


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    Looking at other reviewers, I realize that wow, lots of Nerdfighters are on Goodreads That s pretty freaking frakking awesome DFTBA, y all.Anyway Zombies Never read about them, never planned on it But when I found that John Green s zombie novella had been released online for free, I decided what the heck, I ll read it And was I ever glad I did.This is much than a book about some absurd corn inflicted zombie apocalypse theory Deep rants, most of which go way over my head like most of the words that come out of John Green s mouth and moving scenes are woven into the storyline beside the talk of guns and completing Z s Overall, a genius book Why John ever said it was so bad is beyond me If this is bad, I can t wait to finally get my hands on Paper Towns, which I ordered from and was SUPPOSED TO ARRIVE LAST WEEK BUT WAS DELAYED DUE TO THE STUPID SNOW Deep breaths, Swifty Deep breaths.


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    Is there a reason why this had to be written from a female POV I am asking because I would have never guessed the narrator was a girl if it wasn t specifically mentioned in the story In fact, for the 1st quarter of the novella I was sure it was being narrated by a guy, and even after that point Mia remained of a Michael to me Plus, if you are sure your work is crap see the book description , why would you encourage readers to pay 25 for it Just because it has your name on it If you want to help a cause why not put your best effort into it I just don t get the logic here Otherwise, Zombicorns is a decent novella, but it lacks a firm intention Like the author noted himself, something about this story is too muddy in the middle Whatever he was trying to get to with the corn part didn t come through.


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    Lately, I ve heard a lot of books with zombies rambling and eating human brain but I don t have the time to buy, not really the time but the money to spend for them I saw two of my friends reviewed this zombie land ia book with unicorns Huh Ok, that makes my mind go round after I saw the cover with rotten, loin less unicorn After checking the book page an imaginary book hit my back, since almost of my friends here in GR already read this short novella and that makes me feels like an out dated reader I don t mind but I want to try zombie books and this is the best time to read it, because it s for free Thanks a lot to the author to allow legal downloading of his book Another problem struck me, I don t usually read e books because I can t stay long, reading on my laptop and I don t have an e reader But because of my will to read this book and to my friends, I was force to read it in no time.Have you ever played Plant Vs Zombie or Zombie Farm If yes, you will enjoy reading this book but the big twist is that there are no unicorns at all but a bunch of corns and running zombies OMG, I forgot to read the disclaimer before reading it and that makes me feel dumb Zombicorns is a short diary, not really a diary, of Mia while fighting for her life, friendship and saving her zombie sister.She survived from not eating a canned corn, d131y Now she needs to kill everyone except to her zombie sister, she loves her and hoping for a cure One day she met her partner and her only human friend, Caroline and they killed zombies like hell I m sure everyone will enjoy reading his short story.Swear, the book was funny and believe it or not big girls are sexier Lol, I can t imagine human are becoming fatter while zombies are becoming thinner while there body are decomposing Ewww If I have a father like her maybe I already kill him before he become a zombie, I can t imagine a father who obsessively loved corns I have a lot of questions in my mind and I can t just post it here, a lot of spoilers, I will ask some of my friends later if I still have the time to chat with them online I don t know why she need to do that in the end, was that the best choice she ever made If I only have the skill of being creative, maybe I can even write a book with Zombiecorns with unicorns not with corn cabs and stalks I think John Green wants to try to encourage females to read his zombie book or trying to make it neutral, zombies are for guys, unicorns are for girls or none because I have a female friend who reads zombie books I might even have this power to draw deadly unicorns, beware Last December I wear a pirate hat for fancy themed party and I can t imagine myself being a pirate riding in a zombie unicorn Lol, if a rainbow and pinkish unicorns are for girls, rotten and zombies are for guys or whatever That girl above scares me, sorry for posting too much pictures but I can t stand leaving that picture She reminds me of Mia s little sister ShiverRating Zombicorns by John Green, 4 Sweets and the Z s who planted and harvested deadly corns John Green made his book available to everybody by downloading his free e book, here Wishing for written words and hard cover Challenge Book 23 for 2011


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    WARNING There may be an over use of in the following review.Zombicorns isn t what you think it is It s better All right, all right I might be a tad biased Nah, I m a lot biased But I can t help it It s John Green See my profile answer as to what your favorite books are I love John Green for his writing you can always count on humor, good fun and honesty While this novella does meet said criteria, it adds something that I have come to love ZOMBIES This zombie novella could easily be made into a full length novel One can wish, right Zombies See the list of zombie books that have piled high on my favorites list since last November It isn t actually as simple as I am making it out to be While predictably hilarious, i.e where Mia talks about completing someone Z ed up, there s to it than laughs It made me think yes, it really did because Mia, like most of Green s MCs, asks a lot of questions Basically, it s 38 pages of John Green, and his different take on zombies that had me grinning like a crazy person Granted, it isn t perfect free and novella should have clued you in But it is a good story to make do with Plus it s free