Robin’s Review of Tomb for a Zombunny
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Tomb for a Zombunny
by David Myriad
Dread Rating: 2 Skulls
Tomb for a Zombunny by David Myriad Zombunny has an afterlife-threatening problem. As an undead rabbit, he has been through a lot.
Zombunny has an afterlife-threatening problem. As an undead rabbit, he has been through a lot. Now he is wandering down the road searching for a tomb. Join his journey as he meets creatures out of Jewish folklore. Who will help him rest in peace? Fantastically illustrated in vibrant colors, this odyssey is a creepy parody of a certain beloved bedtime story. This weird and wry story will bring a twisted grin to anyone of Goth sensibilities.
Robin's Review: This children's storybook, 'Home for a Bunny,' has been given a charming update—however, the differences from the original stop there. The book is captivating with its rhymes and bright, unique illustrations featuring creatures from Jewish folklore. The death's-head hawkmoth appears throughout the story, adding a great touch to each illustration and encouraging readers to turn every page in search of it. Introducing the informative add-on appendix - a supplement featuring information on plants, animals, mythical creatures, and details on radioactive and poisonous substances. I thoroughly enjoyed this story for its fresh and original ideas that conveyed powerful messages. So, the question is, doesn't everyone deserve to be welcomed, appreciated, and accepted?
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