Brains For Lunch: A Zombie Novel in Haiku?!
The difference being that this middle school novel is written entirely in Haiku. Loeb, its zombie protagonist has a problem: the object of his affection, Siobhan, is a lifer (i.e. human). What to do? In scenes set around a lunch table (the menu: brains) and around the school, eyes roll and jaws drop (literally). Also featured in the cast of characters is Carl, a chupacabra (bloodsucking critter) and Mrs. Fincher, a sympathetic and seductive librarian.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - EKAnderson - LibraryThing
BRAINS FOR LUNCH by Austin author K.A. Holt is a zombie novel in haiku. Wait. Yes. You read that correctly. It is the tale of middle-school angst from the perspective of Loeb (teehee, get it?) a “Z ... Read full review
BRAINS FOR LUNCHUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
"Brains for lunch again / ‘Stop moaning and just eat it.' / Lunch lady humor." Middle schooler Loeb (pun intended) is a Zombie. The "Zs" reluctantly share a school with "Lifers" and a few "Chupos ... Read full review