Spotlight: Apocalypticon by Clayton Smith
I decided to join this book blast because this book reminded me of the movie Zombieland, which was pretty funny and cool. Wish I had the time to read and review the book for this post, but I guess the next best thing is to help spread the word. Checkitout, folks!
By the way, the author will be awarding a $25 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour, and a $25 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn host. Check out the other tour stops and leave a comment.
About the book
Three years have passed since the Jamaicans caused the apocalypse, and things in post-Armageddon Chicago have settled into a new kind of normal. Unfortunately, that “normal” includes collapsing skyscrapers, bands of bloodthirsty maniacs, and a dwindling cache of survival supplies. After watching his family, friends, and most of the non-sadistic elements of society crumble around him, Patrick decides it’s time to cross one last item off his bucket list.
He’s going to Disney World.
This hilarious, heartfelt, gut-wrenching odyssey through post-apocalyptic America is a pilgrimage peppered with peril, as fellow survivors Patrick and Ben encounter a slew of odd characters, from zombie politicians and deranged survivalists to a milky-eyed oracle who doesn’t have a lot of good news. Plus, it looks like Patrick may be hiding the real reason for their mission to the Magic Kingdom…
About the author
Clayton Smith is a sometimes-writer, sometimes-napper based in Chicago. He is tremendously good at bacon. His work includes Pants on Fire: A Collection of Lies and the comedic play Death and McCootie, which debuted at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival.
Read an excerpt