Rock And Roll Reform School Zombies by Bryan Smith
“Blood is spilled, taboos are not just broken, but destroyed, and copious amounts of fun are to be had in this latest release from Bryan Smith.”--Paperback Horror blog on Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies
Acclaimed horror author Bryan Smith presents ROCK AND ROLL REFORM SCHOOL ZOMBIES, an approximately 34,000 word novella loaded with sex, gore, and heavy metal.
It’s 1987. Ronald Reagan is president and heavy metal music rules the airwaves. The Southern Illinois Music Reeducation Center exists to cure metal-loving teens of their rebellious ways and turn them into squeaky-clean, “productive” members of society.
Wayne Devereaux heads to the SIMRC one stormy night to help his girlfriend, Melissa, break out of the brainwashing facility. His ganja-toking metalhead buddy, Steve, is along for the ride.
The rescue seems a pretty straightforward--if risky--task, but there’s one complication Wayne and Steve could not have anticipated.
The rise of the flesh-eating zombies.
PRAISE FOR THE NOVELS OF BRYAN SMITH:
"Bryan Smith's DARKENED is a full-throttle pedal-to-the-metal ride straight into the heart of the apocalypse. Deeply disturbing and absolutely riveting. Highly recommended."--Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of THE KING OF PLAGUES and PATIENT ZERO
“I look forward to spending a weekend with a new Bryan Smith book the way I used to look forward to spending a weekend with a new Richard Laymon novel. In my view, there isn‘t higher praise than that.”--Brian Keene, author of The Rising.
“Let me unequivocally state that Bryan Smith creates the most fantastic, sick, demented and twisted characters in horror fiction today.”--Famous Monsters of Filmland