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Meet Andy Warner, a recently deceased everyman and newly minted zombie. Abandoned by his friends and reviled by a society that no longer considers him human, Andy is having a bit of trouble adjusting. But all that changes when he goes to an Undead Anonymous meeting and meets a few kindred souls.
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ISBN-10:  0767930614 (pbk.)
ISBN-13:  978-0767930611 (pbk.)
Author:  S.G. Brown
Genre:  Fiction
Publisher:  Broadway
Date Published:  March 3, 2009
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review by . July 13, 2010
This book has everything that a zombie fan usually looks for from their zombie entertainment and is stil able to bel totally original. The concept of the book itself is genious, and even a person who is not that huge of a horror or zombie fan could get into it. The social satire is great in the way that everyone can relate at one time or another feeling like an unaccepted outsider and believe it or not; the romance portion of the story is as engaging as the flesh eating and plight of Andy as he …
review by . March 21, 2009
I was pleasantly surprised as to how enjoyable this book was.  It is written in first-person by Andy who is recently reanimated, meaning he died and came back to life.  Andy is a "zombie" but not in the classic sense as he has all his mental faculties and desires to live a "normal" life of a "breather."  Andy lives in his parents basement, mostly watching tv and drinking wine and weekly going to support sessions with other zombies. We realize that zombies have been in existance a …
review by . May 22, 2009
n a slightly alternate world, starting in the 1930's, a small percentage of people who die come back as zombies. They are effectively immortal until they rot away to the point where they can no longer maintain their form. Zombies are barely tolerated by society. Although they retain the memories of their lives, they have no legal rights and are treated as stray animals if they bother living humans, or "breathers".  Andy Warner recently died in a car accident and came back as a zombie. He lives …
review by . May 26, 2009
It really isn't fair to compare this book to Max Brooks's excellent "World War Z." Where WWZ covers a fictional zombie "war," Browne's "Breathers" turns zombie fiction on its severed ear by introducing romance to the mix. Breathers is extremely humorous and touching and our hero Andy is a wonderful guide to living, or unliving, in a world where zombies and humans co-habitate uneasily.      I recommend this book to all fans of zombies, and their friends. Just don't eat the venison!
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