Big Bob: A Horror Short Story – a Review

Who will be around when the end of the world comes?  This question was answered for one man when he found himself alone in a world of zombies.  Fighting for survival, fighting for every bit of food he could find, he was still alive.  But he was alone, and he was lonely.

Big BobYes, there were other survivors, but they were few and far between, and he just didn’t trust them.  After all, they were trying to survive too.

Then along comes this huge stranger, and he finally makes a friend.  They don’t talk much, but the company is nice.  And they protect each other.

Jason Brant put plenty of twists and turns in this zombie tale. Big Bob is tale of survival, but it is came across to me as more of a tale of friendship.  And think about it, if the world was full of zombies set on eating you, friendship would be rather important.

The short time I spent reading this story was time well spent.  The awesome twist at the end left me a bit speechless.  Maybe I should have seen it coming, but I didn’t.  If you read this story, maybe you will see it coming, or maybe you won’t.  Either way, if you enjoy zombie tales, this is one you will never forget.  It might even make you cry.

Favorite Sentences:
Was being alive a good thing when you were constantly on the lookout for the voracious dead?

Like so many bad movies, the dead had risen and mankind had fallen.

I was sent a copy of this short story in exchange for an honest review.  If you would like to purchase your own copy to read and enjoy, I have provided an Amazon link below.

Amazon link: Big Bob: A Horror Short Story

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About the Author:
Jason Brant is the author of thrillers and horror novels. His works include The Hunger series, the West of Hell series, Ash, and multiple novellas and short stories.

A job led him from the mountains of western Pennsylvania to the outskirts of Baltimore, Maryland. For a little over half a decade, he held the position of Digital Forensics Analyst for the Department of Defense. He escaped that post to write novels, watch movies, and drink microbrews.


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