Zombicorns (John Green) BOOK REVIEW | No Spoilers

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A few years ago John Green wrote a book called Zombicorns. Written so that all money went towards the Project for Awesome. Find out why I didn't like it....

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In a Nutshell:

Something about zombies and corn and a mid-apocalypse world or something.

The Actual Review:

Well, that was a miserable story with apparently no real purpose. I'm not sure what I think of it, I feel like I could justify rating it anything between 1 and 3 stars. 

I know Green disclaims that it is badly written, but still not a reason to justify that in terms of a written, published novella. Whilst the style is engaging  there are grammar and spelling inconsistencies throughout. 

As for the plot: I didn't like it. It was bare, undeveloped and miserable. Pages and pages of failing civilisation, murder, hunger and suicide. Not even Mr President, an adorable, loyal dog could brighten it up.

Star Rating: 


In Conclusion:
- It is badly written with spelling and grammar inconsistencies
- Very confusing
- The style is engaging 

////////// Quote of the post //////////

"My regret was instant, permanent and useless" - John Green


  1. I've never even heard of this! But after your review I know I won't read it! So I nominated you for an award! Check it out!


    Carrie @The Book Goddess

    1. Thanks for the nomination! No, I don't reccomend it!

  2. I really want to read this just because it seems really, really weird. Is that bad? I mean, obviously I have to. You can't tell me it's confusing and ridiculous and then expect me to walk away, after all ;) Plus, it's short, right? Hahah thank you for this, I need some random weirdness in my life!
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

    1. Nah, i don't think that's a bad thing! It's very short at only 38 pages ;)

  3. Wow I had no clue this existed! I think I'll pass though. Lol!!

  4. I've never read a John Green book yet but I have heard pretty good things about him though. I guess we all have our learning curves! ;)


    1. Most of his books are ok! I gave Paper Towns and the Fault in Our stars and Paper Towns five stars and Looking for Alaska and An Abundance of Katherines 3 stars!

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    1. You can read Zombicorns by clicking on the image (it's free!) xx

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