"One might predispose that a book about zombie chickens would be low-brow and intellectually void. That is certainly not the case with author Eric D. Knapp’s ‘Cluck: Murder Most Fowl’, a literary romp through the world of undead chickens, and underdog anti-heroes ... Cluck is a tongue planted firmly in beak, hilarious trip that will leave your guts busted and have you clucking for a sequel." Geoff Bough, editor of Revenant Magazine.
“[Cluck] introduces two new elements to the zombie mythos: zombie chickens; and a thoroughly developed premise and plot that combine humor with horror ... [Cluck is] in the vein of Bruce Campbell films like ‘Army of Darkness’ and ‘Bubba Ho-Tep.’” Matt Kanner, editor, The Wire.
“Even though this is a book that fits into a very narrow niche (zombie chickens), the writing is good enough to make this book a genre buster. ... Cluck is a more than decent literary effort. This is destined to be a cult classic.” R.W. Ridley, author of The Oz Chronicles.
“The best undead chicken novel of all time!” Lloyd Kaufman, director of “Poultrygeist.”
Cluck is an evocative story of growth and destiny in a surreal world of ghostly fowl, talking cars, and a sentient farm. The plot outlines the culmination of an epic battle between good and evil, living and dead, man and chicken. For the lover of comedy with a twist, “Cluck: Murder Most Fowl” is a veritable Indian burn of mystery, adventure, horror, and humor.
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About Cluck: Murder Most Fowl
Cluck: Murder Most Fowl is the fully illustrated dark comedy about zombie chickens. It is being heralded as “The Best Undead Chicken Novel of All Time” by Lloyd Kaufman, director of Poultrygeist, which we’re sure has nothing to do with it being the only undead chicken novel of all time. ISBN: 1-4196-8264-
About Eric D. Knapp
Eric Knapp has been writing, and wining awards for his writing, since childhood. Slightly more prestigious than his two Young Author Awards, are an Editor’s Choice award and an Independent Publisher Book Award (“IPPY”) for his first book Out of Place, Out of Time, published in 2003. www.ericdknapp.com