Zombies VS Bikers This book contains two great stories about Zombies battling with Bikers and other groups in a Post Apocalyptic world. The Dead Jesters are an aptly named motorcycle club with only ten or so members left at the time of our story which is about seven months after the green light bathing the Earth brought the dead crawling back to life as zombies. The groupZombies VS Bikers This book contains two great stories about Zombies battling with Bikers and other groups in a Post Apocalyptic world. The Dead Jesters are an aptly named motorcycle club with only ten or so members left at the time of our story which is about seven months after the green light bathing the Earth brought the dead crawling back to life as zombies. The group has been travelling across America on their Harleys taking what they need but keeping a good pace because of the rumored salvation in a small seaside town in southern Florida. The Jesters must kill zombies and fight off other humans along the way. The rumor is that a mass exodus will be taking place featuring hundreds of ships. We’re talking boats of any kind, loaded with supplies, hoping to find a way to survive on the sea while the zombies continue to decompose and die off since a large chunk of the living population will be off the country and unavailable as zombie food. The Eight Horsemen This is a very tough and well armed biker gang that battles hundreds of zombies along side with another town of survivors. They fight hard and party even harder while trying to find refuge in a zombie infested America. ...
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zombies vs bikers Reviews
While viewing Twitter I ran across this horror-filled epic novel entitled Zombies vs Bikers written by a relatively little known author named Bart Gnarly. Being an avid fan of horror, and AMC’s The Walking Dead among many other zombie greats. I couldn’t turn down an opportunity to open and read this new tale of cannibalistic, flesh eating terror for all humankind.Although very little is known, or can be found about Bart Gnarly. I cannot say the same for this Zombie Thriller which is based on a bad a** group consisting of ten bikers who are all that remains of a Motorcycle Club called the Dead Jesters led by a man named Bard who after witnessing the zombie apocalyptic birth of the zombie age after a strange green light that covers the earth changing the majority of the people into flesh eating monsters. The group is on a journey to get to a coastal town in Florida which provides salvation to all survivors supplying them with much needed food, shelter, medical care, and a way of escape.Although the book is filled with marauders, good and bad people along with much of the basic happenings encompassed in most zombie tales. What makes Zombie vs Bikers a tale to remember is what it doesn’t have. There are no strange viruses that change people when they are bitten, no super heroes reminiscent to that of the Resident Evil series, no rules to having two or three women willing to share their protector; meaning no love quarrels among the needy or the greedy. On the contrary you will witness some of the vilest of human nature coming to the forefront such as a child molesting pedophile who swindles his way to becoming group leader of a caravan, and much worse.The true twist however comes with the animated walking corpses who are greatly different from one another. As this tale unfolds you will ask yourself WTF? As you witness the new generation of zombies led by a highly intelligent corpse. He hunts down another group of Philadelphia bikers who have named him. Dr. Z. His horde, a group of highly intelligent creatures will leave you in awe. The group of survivors find themselves in a highly abnormal fight for their very existence as they are hunted down by these intelligent zombies who do a whole lot more than walk slowly.The book had me wanting to find out a lot more about this horrid horde of rigormortic rotting group of new-age whoremongers who would not quit down to nothing short of losing their last limbs.Throughout the story I found myself asking, What would I do? Aside from the occasional riddled errors which fill the pages of most self-published, or small publishing houses, and an ending which left me without closure to what happened to many other survivors. I can easily give this story a 5 out of five stars for originality, and fun filled reading, along with many woe moments throughout. My recommendation is if you are a fan of The Walking Dead series you should definitely give Bart Gnarly’s Bikers vs Zombies a try. I’m sure that you will enjoy his work…dioncheese.com
With a title like that, you know you're in for a wild ride. This is actually two stories. The first is a novella called The Dead Jesters and the second is a short story called The Eight Horsemen.Like a lot of indie books, these stories could really benefit from a good editing job. Most of the errors are simple things that slip by spellcheck and can even be caused by autocorrect. If you can't afford to hire a professional editor, why not get a few friends to read it or even ask readers to send you corrections? They would catch the obvious glitches and if you disagree with them, you can just not make the changes. It also had another trend that I am starting to notice. It lists the estimated page count around 70 pages while it is actually a good bit longer. I would call it over a hundred pages at least.As should be expected when dealing with stories about hardened bikers in a world falling apart, there is a good deal of language. But it does fit the stories. The same is true for the level of violence of gore. In other words, this isn't fine literature. But, again, what did you expect from a collection called Zombies VS Bikers?I enjoyed both stories for the most part. Both felt like they ended abruptly though. The longer story had more character development, of course. The shorter one was more action packed.The Dead Jesters focuses more on the theme of the survivors can be worse than the zombies. The zombies just want to eat you but the survivors will really screw you over. It reminded a lot of The Walking Dead and the storyline dealing with the Governor.The Eight Horsemen is basically one big fight between the bikers and friends and the zombies led by one that has become self-aware. It was an interesting twist but had a fairly big flaw. Dr Z (the head zombie) gets an arm ripped off which wouldn't be a big deal for the undead. The problem though is he jumps on a dirt bike and starts firing a machine gun. How would you manage that with just one arm?Still, they were what I expected and enjoyable. Zombie fans should not be disappointed. I took off for the abrupt endings and the need of the editor.
This was a very very quick read for me, but that is not saying that the book itself wasn't interesting. In fact, it was very interesting. The storyline takes a well documented plot and comes at it from a different angle, which seems to work very well. This will be a book that has the potential to become a classic.
Zombies VS Bikers has two distinct stories that take place after the apocalypse.The Dead Jesters: This biker band is unlikable and the zombies are tougher than nails. In a world of bad and worse, you get a good look at humanity at its worse. The main question in this new world is, "what would you do to survive." I found the best part of the book for me was finally getting into the head a zombie driven by something that he doesn't even know. Loved the conclusive battle and this alone was worth the read.The Eight Horsemen: This is a broader story that includes Bikers, Marines and a hodgepodge of other survivors trying to reach the safety of the coast. What makes this story riveting is the zombies are turning self aware. No longer being just a mindless hordes, these undead are more of a threat than ever before. How will these survives overcome this new threat? Read the story and find out.
I am new denizen of zombie world and every time I dip in I feel more grubby and excited, more alive than dead. Zombies vs Bikers, a pretty amazing concept, speed and stealth, guts and sheer evil, contains two fully realised stories on a theme: the biker gang called the Dead Jesters against a dead world where the dead have come back to life. On their trusted Harleys, like knights on trojan horses, they are crossing the States to the coast to protect a community that has survived the apocalypse that has destroyed the nation and from there, like the exodus of allied troops from the French beaches in 1939, an armada of small ships is gathering to take the survivors to start again in a brave new world. Will the Dead Jesters get there in time, or are they doomed to die and turn into Zombies? Only time will tell and time like sand in an hour glass is running out.
BloodyBut good. A mess load of zombies and the normal jerks and people just wanting to survive. Lots of blood and guts and the occasional hero. Predictable but oddly entertaining. Guess my mind is twisted. Lol