Art and Stuff that I feel like doing
-I have chronic tendonitis so all typing, drawings and everything causes me pain. Give me hugs and candy?
My Webcomic Novacation.
-Usually family friendly, true stories of my life in Japan.
Drawings of the gray prawns NSFW
Clean Stuff and fun art for the whole family!
(Lies, sometimes there's boobs.)
When I went to describe this book to my roommate I told her it was a zombie novel with meth heads, she then asked “What can you do with that?”
To which I had to reply “About what you’d expect.”
I think to anyone who has someone in their life who was lost to drugs, this book is just a triggering reminder of their existence, to anyone who has given up drugs this is a painful reminder of who they once were and to anyone who is on drugs well, based on the portrayal in this book, they’re not going to be reading it anytime soon.
The story is your regular zombie survival only with zero attempt to explain how the zombies work because well, how would a bunch of meth users know and why would they care? Instead of a preoccupation with saftey and food everything is about the drugs.
The writing reflects all this, it’s very “Single stream of conciousness” type of writing which is interesting and somewhat reminds me of Chuck Phalaniuk and I suppose works with the theme of this book but I found it a little annoying at times to get through. Overall it’s an interesting idea and was executed in a realistic manner so it’s not a BAD book by any means, I just fall into the category of readers who has a drug user in the family so the characters just hit too close to home in regards to that unreasonable mania that comes with using and makes me uncomfortable.
If you enjoy post-apocalyptic-survival-zombie novels this one isn’t bad, it’s just a “reader be cautioned” type book because various aspects of it might make it something you’d want to avoid.
I think tumblr might be about to update their layout again because every 10 posts on my dash the posts just fuck up and show up as strings of html half cut off on the page.
It’s weird and annoying and usually a precursor to someone fucking around with the source coding.