Geillor, Harrison - The Zombies of Lake Woebegotten

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The town of Lake Woebegotten, MN is a small town, filled with ordinary (yet above average) people, leading ordinary lives. Ordinary, that is, until the dead start coming back to life, with the intent to feast upon the living. Now this small town of above average citizens must overcome their petty rivalries and hidden secrets, in order to survive the onslaught of the dead.

"I honestly thought that if there was going to be a zombie outbreak in Minnesota, it would be at the Mall of America.... Harrison Geillor has proven me wrong."
--The Minneapolis Daily Times

"If you only read one zombie book this year, read this one"
--The Duluth Plain Dealer

"I'm just glad Mr. Geillor set his book in Lake Woebeogtten and not Bemidji -- We have enough trouble attracting tourists"
--The Bemidji Area Chamber of Commerce

"This is the second best fictional novel about a real-life Minnesota town ever written"
--Vore Gidal, author of Brainerd

"I thought this was going to be a book about the rapture... I was wrong."
--Sister Alissa M. Smith, Professor of English, The College of St. Scholastica

"There are many reasons to leave Minnesota. Many of them can be found in the pages of this book."
--Dob Bylan, wayward son of Hibbing, MN

"If Geillor tries any of his literary pastiche bullshit with my Dad's cartoon characters, I will sue the hell out of him!"
--Charles S. Mulchz Jr.

"I've never really liked Harrison Geillor... I thought he was kind of stuck up and twee, and he did horrible impressions of me! But this book
is fucking funny"
--Gesse Bentura

Author Bio:
Harrison Geillor was born in a small three-room farm house in central MN, sometime in the middle of the twentieth century. He attended one of Minnesota's prestigious institutions of higher learning, were he obtained a degree in English. Like English majors everywhere, he want on to work in a variety of jobs that had nothing to do with books or literature. At some point in his life he decided that the best way to appreciate Minnesota was to appreciate it from afar. He splits his time between Santa Cruz and San Francisco, only returning to Minnesota for smelt fishing, and the occasional family reunion.

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