“The Zombie Night Before Christmas” isn’t exactly a holiday bed-time story for the kiddies. This new version turns the once cozy, fireside read-aloud on its (brainless) head, and Santa and his reindeer will never be the same.
There have been many stunning editions of Clement C. Moore’s famous poem “The Night Before Christmas,” but never has one been able captured the magic and mystery of a zombie attack — until now.
Following in the footsteps of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” this fully-illustrated book delivers a hair-raising, monstrously funny mash-up of the classic 1823 poem. The illustrations—including splotches of blood red—complete the irreverence, with hilarious renderings of zombie stockings hung by the fire with care, and Santa attempting to turn back a full-out, flesh-devouring zombie attack.
Will Santa be able to complete his rounds? Or will he join the legions of the living dead?
Available at www.amazon.com