Welcome to the world of Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator, a modern woman with a demanding job, made all the worse by crazy politics, social “norms” that go way beyond the normal. Follow her adventures as she trains apprentices in a reality TV show that makes Survivor look like Kindergarten, take on rabid environmentalist zombies, and battle the undead on snowboards. In the meantime, she’s dealing with a lawsuit, falling in love, and being haunted by the ghost of the apprentice she had to behead.
What people, dead and alive, are saying about Neeta Lyffe:
“I died laughing–and came back to finish it!” Mortimer Thyme
“I laughed so hard in places, I couldn’t breathe.” Kim Richards, publisher
“Neeta Rocks! This will be a DB hit!” Cincearae Santiago, author of the Abraxas series
“At long last, a zombie book with some life in it!” Walt Staples, author and humorist
When the zombie apocalypse comes, I hope I have someone like Neeta Lyffe by my side. Not only could I let her handle all the undead butt-kicking, she’d keep me laughing through the carnage. –Steve Hockensmith, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls and Cadaver in Chief
Neeta Lyffe: I Left My Brains In San Francisco is not just about zombie extermination. Author Fabian is a keen satirist with a wicked sense of humor. If you’re looking for a smile with your helping of brains, then Neeta Lyffe is the book for you. –Lee Mather, author of The Green Man.
“The most eclectic and amusing zombie story you’ll read this year.” — Lincoln Crisler, editor, CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY?
“The zombie apocalypse at its funnest!” Tim Marquiz, author of the Demon Squad series