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The Zee Brothers Vol. 1 & 2 Box Set

Zombie Exterminators
By: Grivante
Narrated by: Ian McEuen
Length: 5 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

Who would you call during a zombie outbreak?

The police?
The military?
Your crazy prepper neighbor?

No, it's time for the Zee Brothers! Two bad-ass brothers trying to keep the apocalypse from happening one job at a time!

Gruff and handsome, Jonah Zee, is the dominating, classic music-loving leader that calls the shots and keeps them coming.

Tobacco-chewing Judas Zee is the gun-slinging, rock music-loving goofball that is slow to learn, but always has his big brother’s back.

And the hot and sassy JJ is the heroine that captures the brothers' hearts and eyes, while doing her best to keep her dog, Xanadu, out of trouble.

Filled with pop culture nods and heroes that just don’t know when to quit, it’s a slap-happy, blood-filled adventure, as the trio fights off zombies and the brothers fight each other for JJ’s affection.

If you like Army of Darkness, Z Nation, and Scooby Doo, you’ll want to listen to this action-packed tale of zombie mayhem! Dive into the Zee Brothers' adventures today!

This audiobook collects Vol. 1 & 2 of The Zee Brothers: Zombie Exterminators into one book! 

Vol. 1: Curse of the Zombie Omelet
Vol. 2: Zombie School Lockdown

©2017 Grivante Press (P)2018 Grivante Press

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Zombie Omelette

The Zee Brothers, the Zombie Exterminators, is such a fun zombie series. It's action-packed, utterly entertaining, and humorous. The characters are especially likeable, they captivated me with their quirky personalities. The storylines are unique, unlike any zombie books I've read or listened too; honestly, It would make a great movie. Kudos to Grivante for originality.

Stellar narration by Ian McEuen. He hones on the characters' distinctive personalities, breathing life into them. I strongly recommend this series to all zombie enthusiasts I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Can I get a bang bang for my boo boo?

Gross, gory and gloriously funny. Meet the Zee Bothers, Jonah and Judas, and their girlfriend J.J. plus the remarkable dog, Xanadu. The Zombie Exterminators - think Ghost Hunters with extra crazy. The brothers are constantly quarreling. The enraged zombies come thick and fast. The narration, complete with extraordinary voices, is excellent - what's not to enjoy.
My only complaint? I was so absorbed, the reading time rushed past and all too quickly it was over.

My thanks to the rights holder who, at my request, gifted me with a complimentary copy, via FAFY. Thank you so much for those fun filled hours.

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Zombie problem, who you going to call??

A fun look at zombie hunters, quick & humorous books, with some interesting characters.

Well narrated by Ian McEuen, he brings the story to life and delivers an enjoyable listening experience.

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

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An excellent book

I luckily got two books in a single box set. The both books are interesting, full of horror and action. I highly recommend this box set to all horror stories lovers.

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Very Interesting

Nice Zombie stories in this book. It wets your appetite for more. Well written and well managed. Great characters and plot. I liked it and you will too, if you’re a zombie lover. lol

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Five Stars Box Set

I was surprised that I actually liked this story. I thought seeing through the eyes of a zombie was quite original. Great box set grab it.

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Great Story

This has multiple characters with different stories that come together with one word in mind...survival. Great book can't wait till the next part.

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Fun duo

This box set of vol.1 & 2 is a fun listen. It follows two brothers who are zombie exterminators. There are lots of action and zombie scenes and some interesting characters to meet along the way.
The narrator did a good job with the character voices and I didn't detect any problems with the production.
I was given a copy of this audio box set for an honest review.

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 28-03-18

Z is for Zed, and Zee means they're dead

Anytime there is a comparison to the Army of Darkness to a novel I am, shall we say, intrigued. These guys are the Frog Brothers from Lost Boys on fizzy lifting drink. To say that their exploits are fun is an understatement. I can completely envision Ashley J. Williams as a long lost relative of theirs.

The book is a fun take on the zombie genre, much in the same way that Zombieland took a bite out of Zed movies. Shaun of the Dead is good, but this is a campy goofiness that just can't be touched. The writing flows fairly well, the action is sharp, and the quips filled with wit. You will love the characters, and that doofy dog, Xanadu, too. You shouldn't be able to have this much fun without drinking.

One nice thing is that although this is fun, it doesn't mince on the gore and the horror. There is most certainly some adult themes here and chillins need not try to listen in to this incredible set of stories.

McEuon amps up the humor and action with his narrative skills. He switches effortlessly between the voices, and makes you feel like you are listening to one awesome movie that is playing in the other room. He made me laugh more than a dozen times just by the inflection of his voice.

Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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  • Melissa Vaughn
  • 05-05-18

Great

I love the Zee brothers. They are funny and the story plot itself is great.

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  • Michelle Titherington VanDaley
  • 05-04-18

Fabulous & Fun Zombie Tales

This Box Set contains 2 different stories that can be read as standalones but to get the full effect I recommend reading them in order. The Zee brothers and JJ are fantastic characters and don't get me started on how amazing Xanadu is!!! The humor, action and pop culture references make these stories extremely enjoyable. The narrator is perfect at bringing story and characters to life with distinct and easy to understand voices. I look forward to more in this series!!

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  • A Kid at Heart
  • 06-06-18

Fun Zombie Box Set & Awesome Narrator!

I really enjoyed THE ZEE BROTHERS VOL 1 & 2 BOX SET: ZOMBIE EXTERMINATORS by Grivante, very much. The story was fun & light-hearted, and made me giggle. The narrator, Ian McEuen, did a wonderful job creating memorable voices for each of the main characters and his comedic timing was spot on. I recommend this audiobook if your looking for an entertaining book, full of silliness, that'll make you laugh. I'm looking forward to future books in the series.

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  • Ann Keeran
  • 28-03-18

Brothers vs Zombies

The Zee brothers are called to handle the Zombie outbreak. They meet JJ and her dog, Xanadu. Together they fight dozens of the once dead.
Ian McEuen brings to us a fantastic narration, using many different voices and inflections. There is drama, humor and a teensy bit of romance. Probably not for young children but a blast for everyone else.

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  • The Drewster
  • 27-03-18

Too funny!

I laughed so hard that I had to hang on to something. Thus I grabbed the arm of a zombie next to me and the darn thing ripped off! Lol. I also loved the zombie butt kicking action!

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  • Candy
  • 08-02-20

very silly

Very tongue in cheek, zombie series about two brothers who after working as pest exterminators become zombie exterminators through a series of mishaps. In this box set, I listened to books 1&2. I found the voices a little out of sync with the covers as well as JJ's voice being a little annoying. This series as very cliched zombie instances and doesn't take itself very seriously. These two deal with a gated community built on a graveyard and a school exposed to an "accidental" outbreak. Apparently in this time zombie outbreaks are not uncommon. I enjoyed he story more than the performance. Xanadu the dog is an hysterical addition to the trio, though I won't sat his addition. I received the audiobook free and am voluntarily leaving my honest review.

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  • James Nance
  • 11-11-19

laugh out loud

Great listen with just the right length. Genuine laugh out loud moments. Well worth the listen!

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  • Neesie315
  • 12-10-19

Zombie Exterminators!

Volume 1: Curse of the Zombie Omelet

The Zee Brothers are hilarious! If you love to laugh at zombie shenanigans, this book is for you!

Jonah and Judas are Zombie Exterminators, called in to rid homes of the worst kinds of pests. This time when they get the call, they are too late to save their client, but they still take on the job, because that's what they do! The disturbance of Native American burial grounds and the loss of an amulet (or is it an omelet?) causes zombies to rise in order to get the amulet back. In the meantime, the people in the community have also been turned into zombies.

Laugh out loud funny at times, I truly enjoyed this book. If you are offended by gore, sexist remarks or cursing, don't bother reading this one. If you love the irreverence that Grivante brings to the genre, this is thoroughly entertaining.

I love the narration and especially loved the addition of the music, both during the story (queue Disco!) and at the end of the book. The narrator did a great job and this book is a rapid fire zombie fest.

Volume 2: Zombie School Lockdown

Another great adventure with the brothers Zee. This time, Jonah and Judas are called about a potential zombie outbreak at the local school. But, these zombies seem to be a little different than some they have encountered before, with even their blood being toxic if touched!

Of course, you have the usual slightly off-color humor, plenty of gore, and banter between the brothers. You also have JJ and Xanadu, the amazing disco-loving dog who come in to save the day. There is also a potential for romance between our brothers and the gorgeous JJ, but who will she choose? Or, will she even try to choose between them?

If you enjoy the zombie genre mixed with humor, you can't go wrong with Grivante's writings. But, don't listen to this book in public or people will definitely question your sanity (unless they have the same twisted mind that you do!).

The narrator, Ian McEuen, does a fantastic job and really adds a lot to the listener's enjoyment of the book. His voices for each of the characters is perfect and his timing is spot-on. I was given the chance to listen to this book through Audiobook Boom! and chose to review it.

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  • Daniel Delgado
  • 21-05-19

Silly Stories

These stories are just for silly fun. There isn’t much to the plots, and there is plenty of “guy humor,” so be forewarned that they are not for anyone who is easily offended by sexual language. If you just want a few laughs and don’t have much time to invest in a full length book then these are perfect.

The narration is pretty good. Ian McEuen certainly has talent, but it is still a bit raw at the time of recording these stories. He has distinct character voices and good pacing. There are just some voices that are a bit exaggerated in their goofiness, and at times during the first volume it sounds like he is reading rather than performing the narrative sections. He does a much better job in Volume 2, as the story flows through him smoothly. He also has good command of dialogue inflection, and definitely shows promise.