Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes by Jeff Strand

A very strange phenomenon is happening. Tomatoes have been appearing in random locations and seem to be multiplying at an unusual rate. The concern hits an all-time high when the tomatoes slowly begin to infiltrate and wipe out the human race. Military leaders, scientists and politicians all unite and prepare for a full blown war. The battle between Humans vs Tomatoes has officially begun.

Jeff Strand serves up his novelization of the classic 1978 parody film, Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes. Packed with adrenaline pumping vegetable action and strange characterization, Strand adds his own twisted humor to colorful heirlooms of death and gruesome carnages of the ketchup kind. Infiltrating the enemy and strategic combat power, this Roma and Beefsteak menace is real and of dangerous shapes and sizes.

I mean where else would you get a rousing sing-a-long-song, a full blown intermission and consistent witty banter from the author himself. Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes is a well rounded rolling piece of light hearted horrific fiction. Trigger Warning: animals are safe but the level of vegetable violence is relentlessly substantial. In the grand scheme of things, I admit, Jeff Strand put the god-fearing social satire in me from my head to-ma-toes.
In Heinz sight after reading this novel and having my time of silent reflection, I have several pondering observations. One is…what is it like to be eaten by a killer tomato, the other…do tomatoes have tummies? Put it this way, if Christopher Moore and Mel Brooks had a baby it’s name would be Jeff Strand and the birth announcement would be within the pages of Mad Magazine. This is a hilarious five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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