Yum

Yum
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Genres: Horror, Humor
Publication Year: 2014
ASIN: B00QSRQ184
ISBN: 1505442745

Nebraska, 2102.Animals are protected from slaughter throughout the world in all but a handful of countries and people of all species live together in harmony. Until the feedings begin.Throughout the Midwest, people are suddenly being eaten. The authorities are baffled by the rash of carnivorous cri...

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Nebraska, 2102.

Animals are protected from slaughter throughout the world in all but a handful of countries and people of all species live together in harmony.

Until the feedings begin.

Throughout the Midwest, people are suddenly being eaten. The authorities are baffled by the rash of carnivorous crimes and they stumble through futile investigations which provide no answers. Americans live in fear and suspicion of their Neighbor to the Northwest; the carnivorous people of New Canada are automatically blamed for the feedings.

As a young man, Doctor James Lewis championed for animal rights and transformed the nation. Six decades later, Jim’s great-granddaughter Emily exists in the shadow of his legacy. When Jim and Emily face exile in New Canada they must stop the carnage before they become tasty snacks.

George Orwell meets George A. Romero in this mouthwatering, darkly comedic horror story.

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Nicole Antonia Carro

Nicole Antonia Carro sees stories in unlikely places; real life characters from record stores, grocery stores, living rooms, theaters, backyards and stockyards have found their way into her head and onto the page. In 1998, Nicole wrote her first play after following a local news program on a defrocked preacher. She has since written six plays and a dozen short sketches. Several of her plays have been performed throughout Central Florida. She has also penned a half a dozen short stories. In 2010, her first attempt at writing a novel resulted in the completion of the Sons of Roland trilogy. Catopia (a love story for cat hoarders) followed. Yum came next, followed by Brawn Stroker's Dragula, her seventh novel. She lives in Central Florida with her two dogs.

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Nicole Carro

Nicole Antonia CarsonNicole Antonia Carson sees stories in unlikely places; real life characters from record stores, grocery stores, living rooms, theatres, backyards and stockyards have found their way into her head and onto the page. In 1998, Nicole wrote her first play after following a local news program on a defrocked preacher. She has since written six plays and a dozen short sketches. Several of her plays have been performed throughout Central Florida. She has also penned a half a dozen short stories. In 2010, her first attempt at writing a novel resulted in the completion of the Sons of Roland trilogy. Catopia (a love story for cat hoarders) followed. Yum is her fifth novel in two years. She lives in Central Florida with her husband Brett and their three dogs.

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