Thursday, May 6, 2010


The reviews for my forthcoming Beatles/zombie/comedy mash-up PAUL IS UNDEAD: THE BRITISH ZOMBIE INVASION have started trickling in, and so far, so good:

KIRKUS REVIEWS: "We’ve endured a flood of vampire books for the past few years, so it may be time to give zombies a chance to work their literary magic. Prolific ghostwriter and music journalist Goldsher makes a reasonable case in this entertaining novel. Goldsher turns in a classic rags-to-riches tale of aspiration and success that would do Horatio Alger proud, punctuated by no end of gore."

BOOKLIST: "The horror mash-up publishing craze is still spreading like a plague, and while some of the most popular products seem like easy ways to digest the classics, this clever take on the subgenre will bring music nerds into its fandom."

Hopefully, that's just a start. PAUL IS UNDEAD will be in stores on June 22. Spread the word. And the blood.

1 comment:

Shooting Stars Mag said...

This really does sound like a great book. Congrats on the nice reviews!