(The Med School Series 1)
by Kathy Bryson
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Just released: March 21, 2016
Genre: Short Stories, Zombies
"You don't have to actually touch the bodies. You just have to check them in." Mr. Lively spread his hands helplessly at the mess of papers on his desk. "It's me who has to deal with the paperwork once you get them in their drawers."
Everyone knows zombies aren’t real, no matter how fun. You don’t have to be a med student to know the dead do not get up and walk around in real life. Anyone who’s buried a pet in the backyard knows the dead don’t walk. They don’t even lurch.
So Giovanni is stunned when his patient sits up in the morgue and starts scolding. The night-shift was supposed be a relief, a chance to study in quiet and off-set ridiculous student loans. Babysitting a huge dog and a dead voodoo mambo were not part of the plan. Now he’s got to convince an unbelieving medical community to take action, so he can get back to learning about the dead – not the undead!
Walking and talking zombies in this one. So, not so gory and rabid for those wanting to know.
This story takes you into a small part the medical world with scenes in the hospital and at the morgue.
Some shady business is introduced to the main character, Giovanni that left me wondering.
fyi: Dog lovers will love Rufus.
* review copy courtesy of author