Return to Book Page. Preview — Fifty Shades of Brains by B. Fifty Shades of Brains by B. When Survival School student Aurora Foyle interviews Seattle's premiere zombie hunter, Caligula Green, she encounters a man who is intense, intelligent and incredibly perverse She falls for him nonetheless and agrees to become his apprentice in order to remain at his side or better yet, on hi SEX. She falls for him nonetheless and agrees to become his apprentice in order to remain at his side or better yet, on his lap.
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Unfortunately, as the controlling, charismatic Green starts to train Aurora in the fine art of offing the undead, she discovers the zombie apocalypse has affected her lover far more than she imagined. In fact, the guy may have gone slightly insane -- something that may happen to her if she's not careful. Dark, droll and delightfully depraved, Fifty Shades of Brains will amuse you, disgust you, and it just might eat your face.
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Sort order. Mar 02, Marfita rated it liked it Shelves: miscellaneous-supernatural.
This Book is Not Just About Brains: A Zombie Story - 50 Shades of Brain - Wattpad
Begat by George Romero on Stephanie Plum, Fifty Shades of Brains skewers both the zombie apocalypse genre and the book of a similar name. You are prepared for the ickiness of zombie killing and the even ickierness of romance novel sex with its throbbing euphemisms and simultaneous orgasms , but then you get caught by the little flourishes. I haven't read the hugely and strangely popular book-of-a-similar-name, and now I don't need to. Aurora, our heroine, has fallen for the Master Zombie Killer, Caligula Green, whose organization is peopled with albinos.
His building is the only one in Seattle with functioning anything. Only Green has ice. Aurora would do anything for a nice glass of ice water. Aurora's roommate, Pen, is busy bartering her body for the barest essentials. Soap would be nice. Aurora sees her way out of bare survival is to work with Green - who doesn't seem to be interested in sex and possesses a Dark Secret. Ooo, shivers! There were parts where I laughed so hard that my cat got annoyed and jumped off me.
The beginning was slow for me because I was steeling myself against the violence and sex, only to be caught by surprise later with the subtleties in the middle of the book. The end But, will there be more? Can they keep it up?
Mar 09, Jeff Youngstrom rated it really liked it. Gross, funny, and, god help me, a little bit sexy.
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Just what my inner surrealist was looking for. I haven't read that other fifty shades book, but now I feel like I don't have to. Mar 08, Tegan rated it it was amazing Shelves: i-ll-have-some-plot-with-that-porn. At one point I thought the 50 shades books were kind of cool, I mean, they were an amazing example of success with self-publishing, breaking boundaries in sexual content in popular novels, and introducing people to new aspects of sexuality.
Then I actually read the books. Actually, I started hearing some things that made me be not so sure about the series pretty early on and then read the books. Either way, I believe that if I'm to tear apart a book that I should at least have read it firs At one point I thought the 50 shades books were kind of cool, I mean, they were an amazing example of success with self-publishing, breaking boundaries in sexual content in popular novels, and introducing people to new aspects of sexuality.
Either way, I believe that if I'm to tear apart a book that I should at least have read it first. I have read all three books. Even my fiance was happy when I finished reading them. The only "tingling" I got from the book was not "down there" but one of wishing bodily harm on fictional characters. There is one thing about 50 shades that I do like though - the parodies and criticisms that have resulted this is one of my favorites, a hysterical chapter by chapter tear down , including titles like Fifty Sheds of Grey or Fifty Shames of Earl Grey. I may have not read these books, but the titles make me smile.
Then I came across Fifty shades of brains.source
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They had me at "Sex. Really Annoying Present Tense Narration. At work. Fifty shades of brains is sick, twisted, hysterically funny, and brilliantly written.
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And did I mention sick if having a main character named 'Caligula' wasn't enough of a hint? Moving on now. The book is still hilarious on top of being sick and twisted without the familiarity, but lacking that would mean missing a number of clever jokes. What kind of book would print these twice? Or three times? You're on your own! Or maybe it's conjunctivitis. Something completely irritating, yet irresistible, like a badly written BDSM novel.
Never fight zombies with gynecological instruments. Never fight zombies with leopard stilettos.
If this sounds amusing but you'd prefer to read something where one of the leads doesn't get turned on by zombie killing I'd recommend checking out another project by one of the authors, a fun library comic named Unshelved. Review at libromancersapprentice. Mar 27, A Voracious Reader a.
The gendered brain: Pink and blue or fifty shades of grey matter?
Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: e-book , horror , humor , paranormal , won-in-giveaway , review-requested , librarything , parody. Aurora Foyle and her friend Penelope Spunk are doing their best to survive the zombie apocalypse in Seattle. They attend the Survival School and Aurora works at a store that carries scavenged items. However, before her appointment to meet him she gets food poisoning so she sends Aurora in her place. Caligula makes it known he lives to ki Aurora Foyle and her friend Penelope Spunk are doing their best to survive the zombie apocalypse in Seattle.
Aurora would rather stay alive, but Caligula has all the good stuff, so she considers it while he works on wearing down her resistance. In the end, not even intelligence can keep people alive when they do stupid things. I tried reading Fifty Shades of Grey, but had to stop before all my brains leaked out of my head from the sheer crappiness of the writing. Aurora is an innocent with an inner slut and Penelope is just a slut. Caligula is weirder than weird. Everything else is just cake. And not post-apocalyptic cake either. This is Cake Boss cake. Fun to look at and even better to eat.
I mean, read. I swear I forgot how much I love parodies.