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Title:
George Washington : zombie slayer
Author:
Wiles, David M., author.
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Publication Information:
[United States] : [CreateSpace], 2014.
Physical Description:
248 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
"A parody and historical satire of America's greatest Founding Father."
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9781501028243
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Book

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George Washington Zombie Slayer is a comical parody and historical satire of America's Greatest Founding Father. As an eleven year old boy in Colonial Virginia, young George Washington first encounters the wild, ferocious zombies that would cause his father's death and shape his own destiny. In later years, the adult Washington finds prosperity, wealth and true love with his fiancée Martha, even as he discovers a sinister plot by the British to enslave America through the use of British Zombie Soldiers! Compelled by both honor and duty to oppose the British, Washington takes up the fight against the evil General Cornwallis and his plot to use Zombie Redcoats to crush American freedom! Can George Washington prevent a Zombie Apocalypse in Colonial America? The mission seems impossible! But with advanced martial arts training from the Ninja Thomas Jefferson, the high-tech 'electrical assault weapons' of the genius Benjamin Franklin, and the ever-present assistance of his weed-smoking slave Reebock, witness the untold tale and heroic transformation of George Washington from military general to unstoppable Zombie Slayer! It's George Washington versus the walking dead in this comic, science fiction, historical, action-adventure epic!(Recommended for readers age 18 and over due to crude humor, mild drug use, silliness, repeated poopy jokes, vulgarity and profanity).