They’re Coming To Get You, Barbara! by J. D. Allen


Johnny and his sister Barbara, have traveled a distance to pay respect at their father’s gravesite. As dusk begins its descent on the day, the unexplainable begin to occur. The cemetery soon becomes a haven for the horrific, as the recently deceased begin returning to life. These slow lumbering ghouls initiate a unholy phenomenon of grisly proportions as brother and sister are forced to test their survivability.

Author J.D. Allen has created a genius concept of adding to the eerie ambiance of that classic black & white horror movie, Night of the Living Dead. The story is from the perspective of Johnny, a tale of incredible courage and the struggle to not only stay alive but to locate his sister while confrontations against the undead steadily grow. From the slow shuffling walking dead to a literal house of horrors…this is Johnny’s story.

This isn’t your mother’s soulless version of the undead. Be warned, Allen doesn’t write his fiction with kid gloves. They’re Coming To Get You Barbara is immersed with morbid sub-plots that seep of rot and decay. It’s these tense scenarios that push this experience to a 10 on the scale of ravenous teeth snapping gore. I was excited to grab this because of my inner fanboy and was not disappointed, in fact it reached higher expectations with clever references towards Romero’s creation.
Relive the first time you saw that beloved film of yesteryear through the talents of author J.D. Allen. Board up those doors and windows, tune into the newsroom reports of “it has been established that persons who have recently died have been returning to life, and committing acts of murder”. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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