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10 thoughts on “Zombie

  1. Iyanna Iyanna says:

    I HATED this book It was excellently written and it did what it was supposed to doit scared the crap out of me This is a character study of a social deviant I don t want to spoil this for anyone who reads it, so I won t give away the ending, but definitely not something you read while lying on the beach catching your tan No escapism here You come face to face with the evil and cunning of the sociopathic and psychotic mind Be prepared to bathe in Dettol and then curl up in bed under the I HATED this book It was excellently written and it did what it was supposed to doit scared the crap out of me This is a character study of a social deviant I don t want to spoil this for anyone who reads it, so I won t give away the ending, but definitely not something you read while lying on the beach catching...


  2. BlackOxford BlackOxford says:

    A Meditation on PsycopathyOates reminds her readers that there are people who cannot be considered human They lack something essential, some wetware without which they never fit comfortably among others This implies a scale of humanness Some arehuman than others This is the implication of Oates s journey inside the mind of a fictional psychopath Psychopathy is not something that any society confronts comfortably These people are defective, not mad How can they be identified By wh A Meditation on PsycopathyOates reminds her readers that there are people who cannot be considered human They lack something essential, some wetware without which they never fit comfortably among others This implies a scale of humanness Some arehuman than others This is the implication of Oates s journey inside the mi...


  3. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    This fairly wretched novel is JCO shooting dead boys in a barrel I dunno, it seems like taking the easy option to me you takes your Jeffrey Dahmer you remember him, he was a lonely boy who wanted a gay sex pet to do his every bidding, and he read a book on brain surgery and he thought that if you drilled the right hole in a man s head it would stop him from realising you were a dangerous psycho and leaving, so he practised on a few guys who unfortunately like died which was not Jeffrey s int This fairly wretched novel is JCO shooting dead boys in a barrel I dunno, it seems like taking the easy option to me you takes your Jeffrey Dahmer you remember him, he was a lonely boy who wanted a gay sex pet to do his every bidding, and he read a book on brain surgery and he thought that if you drilled t...


  4. Raymond Raymond says:

    Damn, Joyce, I didn t know you rolled like that.


  5. Robin Robin says:

    A ruthless, blindingly ugly, revealing character study of a sexual psychopath.Joyce Carol Oates, I now officially forgive you for the tedium of We Were the Mulvaneys This book was all that Mulvaneys was NOT brilliantly written, brave, and maybe most importantly brief.It became clear to me after reading this book that Quentin P is based at least loosely on real life serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, which is interesting from a historical perspective But I enjoyed reading this being clueless abo A ruthless, blindingly ugly, revealing character study of a sexual psychopath.Joyce Carol Oates, I now officially forgive you for the tedium of We Were the Mulvaneys This book was all that Mulvaneys was NOT brilliantly written, brave, and maybe most importantly brief.It became clear to me after reading this ...


  6. LeAnne: GeezerMom LeAnne: GeezerMom says:

    Short, dark, and very scary like a tipsy 2am Uber ride home that instead drags you into macabre neighborhoods and makes you question exactly what your ultimate payment will be and maybe whether somebody slipped a touch of rohypnol in your margarita Things are OFF Way OFF.So You up for being freaked out and mesmerized for 200 pages Do yourself a favor and do NOT read the publisher s blurb or other reviews I walked into this book entirely blind and assumed because of the title that I d s Short, dark, and very scary like a tipsy 2am Uber ride home that instead drags you into macabre neighborhoods and makes you question exactly what your ultimate payment will be and maybe whether somebody slipped a touch of rohypnol in your margarita Things are OFF Way OFF.So You up for being freaked out and mesme...


  7. Jim Elkins Jim Elkins says:

    How to Avoid Being BourgeoisThis is not terrifying or monstrous, and it is not a shocking revelation It does not take us into the mind of a serial killer It is not harrowing, and it s not disturbing It is a strained and earnest attempt to imagine the kind of life that would decisively overturn bourgeois values But it doesn t do that, because the imagining of the Other is already part of middle class American life Even the most surprising lines pale as soon as they re read, because i How to Avoid Being BourgeoisThis is not terrifying or monstrous, and it is not a shocking revelation It does not take us into the mind of a serial killer It is not harrowing, and it s not disturbing It is a strained and earnest attempt to imagine the kind of life that would decisively overturn bourgeois values But ...


  8. Heidi Ward Heidi Ward says:

    I generally like Oates s dark fiction her short stories are particularly good , but I chose not to finish this one I d meant to read Zombie for a long time, and was disappointed to find it utterly repulsive when I finally got around to itbut not in the way you might imagine.I thought I knew what I was getting into when I picked up a book told from the POV of a sexually depraved serial killer dabbling in icepick lobotomies Browse my library and you ll see it takes a lotthan that I generally like Oates s dark fiction her short stories are particularly good , but I chose not to finish this one I d meant to read Zombie for a long time, and was disappointed to find it utterly repulsive when I finally got around to itbut not in the way you might imagine.I thought I knew what I was getting into when ...


  9. DeAnna Knippling DeAnna Knippling says:

    An unpleasant book, taking you, with absolute lack of Hanniballian romance, into the petty, insignificant mind of a serial killer The main character only wants to dominate pretty men he s as cheap and tiresome and disorganized and lame as a middle aged guy leering at you in a Denny s To destroy the romance of serial killing it s like that scene in Sandman where Morpheus takes away the illusions at the Cereal Convention, only the illusion is actually taken away, not handwaved as one of Morp An unpleasant book, taking you, with absolute lack of Hanniballian romance, into the petty, insignificant mind of a serial killer The main character only wants to dominate pretty men he s as cheap and tiresome and disorganized and lame as a middle aged guy leering at you in a Denny s To destroy the romance o...


  10. Jonathan Janz Jonathan Janz says:

    It would be wrong to say I enjoyed this one I didn t But then again, I wasn t supposed to Joyce Carol Oates has created a novel so eerie and unnerving that the words enjoyment, escapism, and entertaining are totally inapplicable But it is a masterfully written tale with the kind of skillfulness you d expect from Oates, who is a phenomenal writer I m not going to write muchabout this because I ve got other books waiting for me tonight, but what I will say is that you should only It would be wrong to say I enjoyed this one I didn t But then again, I wasn t supposed to Joyce Carol Oates has created a novel so eerie and unnerving that the words enjoyment, escapism, and entertaining are totally inapplicable But it is a masterfully written tale with the kind of skillfulness you d expect from Oates, ...