When the zombie apocalypse hits the quiet Asheville, NC subdivision of Whispering Pines, the residents don’t turn to the police or the military. Nope. They rely on their iron-fisted Home Owners Association! Which Jace Stanford and his family aren’t too keen on. Undead hordes are hard enough to deal with in a post-apocalyptic hellscape, who needs HOA fines too?

Filled with blood, gore, plenty of bad jokes, cannibals, dreaded HOA covenants, and a whole lot of snark, Z-Burbia is guaranteed to thrill and entertain!

Welcome to life in Z-Burbia!




“The first novel in Jake Bible’s series Z-Burbia hooked me. What appeared to be a jokey take on zombie fiction quickly develops some great characters and story.” –BoingBoing.net

“For those still not convinced about the zombie genre, Z-Burbia is worth a read if only for its female characters: Jake Bible doesn’t have time for vapid whimpering damsels in distress. Oh no. Bible’s characters are thinking, acting, feisty sorts.” -Lee Murray, Bram Stoker Award-winning novelist

“5.0 out of 5 stars 100% Zombie – and more. Quick, strong, gory, exciting, explosive, non-stop action. The opening part of the book does warn there will be gore, which if you are reading a zombie apocalypse book should not be a shock. Mr. Bible delivers all these.

BUT he also delivers believable characters with different reasons for doing what they do. A developing political structure rising out of the ashes of civilization – from the Home-Owners Association tyrant to the constant battle between urban-and-rural. Big battles and little battles – zombies being weaponized, and parents raising kids in the Z-hellscape to be responsible adults. The layers take this book to the next level.” -Erin Penn, Vine Voice, amazon.com 

“I love my zombies and this series is by far my favorite. The main character is just amazingly done, cause I agree that we all need a laugh in the zombie apocalypse.” -UglyCasanova, 5-star Goodreads review


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