Zombie Blues: The Zombie Who Would Be King

By Owen Quinn author of the Time Warriors and Zombie Blues

Up until this point we have met ordinary people, the people like you and me, living the rat race. In the Zombie Who Would Be King we go for royalty to see the zombie experience from their perspective. So we meet King Maurice Beldrano of Catarthia, a country somewhere in Europe and one steeped in its royal traditions. King Maurice broke from tradition and took a normal girl as his wife. Queen Helena has become the Queen of the people outshining Maurice himself. He doesn’t mind as it is his beloved’s presence that often keeps the citizens in check when civil unrest brews.

This tale is how the King finally sees how wonderful his subjects really are as he races to save Helena from being killed in the outbreak. His daughter is lost out there somewhere as she and Helena were on a public trip to celebrate the country’s efforts for the celebration of National Earth Day.

This tale is how the King finally sees how wonderful his subjects really are as he races to save Helena from being killed in the outbreak. His daughter, Elise. is lost out there somewhere as she and Helena were on a public trip to celebrate the country’s efforts for the celebration of National Earth Day. This is the first time we learn exactly when Mother Nature launched her attack.

Seeing his streets in chaos but his people standing firm against the zombie hordes opens the King’s eyes to the people he ruled but never really knew. I suppose it’s really a warning that no matter who you are talk to people. If you’re a person of high position it’s important to see people as they are. Your power is mere trappings that can be ripped away in a second.

This story is also the first one where we see the dying world from another perspective; a survivor’s. To see who this survivor is and what that message is, get your copy of Zombie Blues here

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Zombie-Blues-Owen-Quinn/dp/1717802257/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=zombie+blues+owen+quinn&qid=1613853275&sr=8-1

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