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Zombies vs. Unicorns
July 24, 2018 Comments.. 237
Zombies vs Unicorns It s time to decide Team Zombie or Team Unicorn A must have anthology with contributions from bestselling YA authors is now available in paperback It s a question as old as time itself Which is better

  • Title: Zombies vs. Unicorns
  • Author: Holly Black Justine Larbalestier Garth Nix Naomi Novik Diana Peterfreund Carrie Ryan Libba Bray Cassandra Clare
  • ISBN: 9781416989547
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s time to decide Team Zombie or Team Unicorn A must have anthology with contributions from bestselling YA authors is now available in paperback It s a question as old as time itself Which is better, the zombie or the unicorn This all original, tongue in cheek anthology edited by Holly Black Team Unicorn and Justine Larbalestier Team Zombie , makes strong argumentIt s time to decide Team Zombie or Team Unicorn A must have anthology with contributions from bestselling YA authors is now available in paperback It s a question as old as time itself Which is better, the zombie or the unicorn This all original, tongue in cheek anthology edited by Holly Black Team Unicorn and Justine Larbalestier Team Zombie , makes strong arguments for both sides in the form of spectacular short stories Contributors include bestselling authors Cassandra Clare, Libba Bray, Maureen Johnson, Meg Cabot, Scott Westerfeld, and Margo Lanagan.Discover how unicorns use their powers for evil, why zombies aren t always the enemy, and much in this creative, laugh out loud collection that will have everyone asking Team Zombie or Team Unicorn

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    1. Catie says:

      Beatles vs. Rolling Stones. Cats vs. Dogs. Coke vs. Pepsi.Zombies vs….Unicorns? Who knew? Apparently this is the divisive question of our time. And now, thanks to this anthology of stories, there’s a handy rubric for determining just how you should answer.I listened to the audiobook, which was excellent. Phil Gigante, who some of you may be more familiar with as the voice of Jericho Z. Barrons, delivers many an eargasm as master of ceremonies. Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier provide the [...]

    2. Megan says:

      Zombies Vs. Unicorns and who is the winner?Zombies! Thanks to Carrie Ryan's Bougainvillea. Undoubtedly the creepiest, most spine-tingly zombie story I have read since well, since Ryan's The Forest of Hands and Teeth. Haters of that book shouldn't be dissuaded though. This story is lacking the angst and lurve triangles found in Forrest. Instead, we get complex, unique, sympathetic and believable characters in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. And of course a healthy dose of the zombie horror that [...]

    3. Max Lau• Maxxesbooktopia says:

      “If you love someone, you’re not supposed to want them to come back. Better a peaceful sleep in the earth than the life of a zombie–not really dead but not really alive, either.”- Zombies Vs. Unicorns, Cassandra Clare.My thoughts: IntroductionLet us start off with the introduction in each of the story that was presented in the book. Every introduction began with a heated conversation between Holly (Team Unicorn) and Justine (Team Zombie). Their conversations were mostly about how you sho [...]

    4. Meggy says:

      Probably the worst anthology I've ever read. The stories themselves weren't that bad, although some of them were pretty out there. Not many of them made sense or kept to the overall theme of the actual collection. And I don't mean that I expected the stories to be about zombies and unicorns having it out, but I expected the stories to at least center around zombies and/or unicorns. But the majority of the stories only mentioned unicorns or zombies briefly. The zombie stories were the worst offen [...]

    5. Kat Kennedy says:

      Zombies UnicornsHow could this possibly go wrong?I mean, they're just so awesome!I'll review what I've read so far and update as I go.The Highest Justice by Garth Nix.Nix! You're one of my favourite authors! This story was kind of awesome in that I felt like this should have been the beginning to one of your amazing big adventure series. Instead, just as it got started and became exciting, it ended! It was too big an idea squeezed into too small a story that you just couldn't do it the justice i [...]

    6. Annalisa says:

      I'm a sucker for amusing zombie stories. No really, I am. And I grew up on The Last Unicorn, bad singing and all. So when I heard of the concept of this book, what makes better fiction, zombies or unicorns? I had to smile. What a fun idea for a short story anthology.I cracked the cover thinking "zombies for the win, all the way." I never laugh when I read, crack a smile at most, but not laugh. The introduction alone, a debate between editors Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier about the benefit [...]

    7. Ellen says:

      I'm not a big anthology reader, because there are usually as many stories I don't like as ones I do, and it's easy to put them down between stories. As far as I can recall, I liked every single story in Zombies vs. Unicorns, and I couldn't put it down even between stories. Chances are, if you're a YA SFF reader, there are at least a few authors in here you love; there was only one name I didn't recognize.Special mentions to Naomi Novik's awesome New York-set unicorn story; Diana Peterfreund's co [...]

    8. Priscilla says:

      Wonderful anthology of unicorns and zombies!Thoughts:1. Loved Holly and Justine's intro to each story. Justine is hilarious.2. Surprisingly, a lot of mature content. FYI.3. Loved how most of the stories were really dark.4. I really like unicorns now :D5. Fav. stories: Carrie Ryan, Maureen Johnson, Meg Cabot. And awesomesauce goes to Diana Peterfreund, and Libba Bray of course.I DON'T KNOW WHO TO CHOOSE >__< Video review soon!

    9. Kim says:

      There are so many great rivalries in history. Ahab vs. the Whale, Edison vs. Tesla, Hamilton vs. Burr, Coke vs. Pepsi, boxers vs. briefs Wolfe vs. Mailer vs. Everyone (view spoiler)[ Hey, look what I found about author put downs! examiner/article/the-5 Just a thing, no heated debate needed, thought it was neat is all)(hide spoiler)]. Of course, there would be Zombies vs. Unicorns.Rightfully so. Back in my pre pubescent(and I will say it, 'chaste') days, unicorns rocked. My little pony, The Last [...]

    10. stephanie says:

      so, i'm not really a huge fan of short story collections, as i'm not really a fan of short stories. however, a lot of my favorite YA authors have chosen this year to be part of anthologies (Diana Peterfreund, Claudia Gray, i'm looking at you!), i have found myself reading more of them. which makes them a little hard to review - having so many different stories and authors. however, i think this is the best collection i've read in a long time. first of all, you have zombies, which usually means t [...]

    11. Penny says:

      Anthologies are so difficult to review because they're a mixed bag, ya know? So even though this anthology had a handful of brilliant stories I'd have to say it was all sullied by a short story that contained bestiality. Oh, yeah, and all the zombie romances--between zombies and humans (What the what?!). Ew. And so, so wrong. So wrong. If I have time I'll review each short story separately. ***Why it has taken this long for such a book to be conceived and written is beyond me. I know I've spent [...]

    12. Hope ❅ says:

      Okay so when I stared this book I was automatically thinking "this is definitely going to be a terrible " I mean seriously? Zombies and unicorns. I have to say I kinda hate both. But on about the 60th page this book finally picked up and I was like "yeah okay, this is pretty good." then on the 80th all that hope I had for this book was crushed to smithereens. I don't know why I even picked this book up, it was kinda horrible. The writing was decent but the plot and characters were dull and dissa [...]

    13. Anna says:

      It has everything from gay zombies to unicorns that fart rainbows that smell like flowers. What more could you want from a zombie and unicorn anthology?That being said, some of the writing was not good. And the intros for the stories were beyond cringy.

    14. Aubrey says:

      It's a sad fact that the transformation from child to adult is commonly defined as the growth in both ability and instinct to put books such as this down not for reasons of the work inciting genocidal hatred or solidifying the accompanying trigger-happy fragility complexes of the all too able, but for being rather silly, or limited, or kitsch in scope. Therefore, I don't take especial pride in noting that the majority of these do not appeal, but only take comfort in the fact that I did my best t [...]

    15. Angela says:

      I resisted reading this one for awhile, because 1) I'm not a big fan of short story collections in general and 2) while I love zombies, I couldn't understand the appeal of dedicating half the collection to unicorns.Seeing the epic debate over the merits of zombies vs. unicorns in NYC, however, changed my mind, and I am SO GLAD I picked up this collection. Most of the unicorn stories are somewhat tongue in cheek, and with a collection of authors like these, I really never should have doubted the [...]

    16. Fiction State Of Mind says:

      It's a question as old as time itself: which is better, the zombie or the unicorn? In this anthology, edited by Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier (. It's a question as old as time itself: which is better, the zombie or the unicorn? In this anthology, edited by Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier (unicorn and zombie, respectively), strong arguments are made for both sides in the form of short stories. Half of the stories portray the strengths--for good and evil--of unicorns and half show the [...]

    17. Maya says:

      So I'll do that thing I do when I review anthologies: review them by short stories. I mean, what other way is there? You may have absolutely hated one (NEGATIVE ONE STAR!) But loved another (1000 STARS!!:D) So I give each story the right to be represented. YEAH! So let's get on with it!!The Introduction: Yeah, I know it wasn't a short story, but I really enjoyed it anyway. I like those authors. So it was fun to read! Read funny introduction! Yes! I don't know why I'm talking like thatThe Highest [...]

    18. Crowinator says:

      I guess Black and Larbalestier have been debating the merits of zombies vs. unicorns on the Internet for a while now, but I missed the hoopla until it finally spilled over into this anthology of twelve stories. At first, I thought that each story would be a death match between a zombie and a unicorn, but that would have gotten old fast, so I’m glad instead that each author represents a side: on Team Zombie, it’s Alaya Dawn Johnson, Carrie Ryan, Maureen Johnson, Scott Westerfeld, Cassandra Cl [...]

    19. Brittany says:

      This was a book with a very important premise: Which is cooler, zombies or unicorns? The whole debate, and the deeply entrenched opinions on each side, are wonderfully reminiscent of the great astronauts vs. cavemen debate (on this, as in almost everything else, I'm Team Angel. Er, I mean Team Astronaut). Two authors, Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier lead two teams of authors, Team Unicorn and Team Zombie respectively, in writing stories. The stated purpose was to determine which were cooler [...]

    20. Giselle says:

      Note: As part of Zombies vs Unicorns month, I will be updating this with the new stories that I review. They will be reviewed in "bunches" (2+ reviewed together). The rating will be from what I have read so far (so it may change)Review of Inoculata by Scott Westerfeld & Cold Hands by Cassandra ClareFrom Uglies and Mortal Instruments to zombies! Seems like everyone is converting to zombies! I don't blame them, team zombie really is where it's at! Scott Westerfeld and Cassandra Clare's stories [...]

    21. Julia says:

      When I began, I thought for sure that I would be Team Zombie! Well, I think that I am still Team Zombie, but I must admit that I have more respect for unicorns now. As shown in some of the stories, they would be useful pets. My favorite story was "Children of the Revolution", a zombie story. The best unicorn stories were "Princess Prettypants" and "The Care and Feeding of Your Baby Killer Unicorn". The worst stories were "Thousand Flowers" and "Highest Justice". They were 1. really stupid, and 2 [...]

    22. Rachel says:

      This book was one of the best fantasy books I've ever read. It has all the perfect stories compiled all in one book. The things I like best about reading books with lots of short stories is that if you don't like one or is getting tired of it, its over withen the chapter. Also it has just great sarcastic/humerous writing throughout it and I feel that keeps it fresh. This book goes through all the stereotypical thoughts about Unicorns and Zombies. Then it steps out into a complete different zone, [...]

    23. Ricki says:

      This book has been sitting on my bookshelf for far too long, and I am glad I picked it up. This anthology focuses on the issue of which is better: zombies or unicorns? Before I began, I thought I was more of a unicorn fan, but the zombie stories were certainly more interesting to read. There were a few great stories about unicorns, but I loved every zombie story. My favorite would have to be the one by Carrie Ryan, who is a pro at writing about zombies, in my opinion. The best part about are the [...]

    24. Betsy Cornwell says:

      You guys. You guys. From the moment I first heard about this book—on Twitter, many moons ago—I thought it sounded ridiculous. Stupid. Trendy and pandering to all the worst things about young adult literature.And, eh, okay, maybe it is trendy. And maybe—well, definitely—it’s ridiculous. But I haven’t even finished it yet, and I’m already going to heartily recommend it to you based only on the two stories I quoted above. Not every selection in this anthology is so great (some are pre [...]

    25. Emma Cook says:

      I really liked how this book alternated between unicorns and zombies for each chapter. I also like how each chapter was a completely different story instead of building on it for each chapter which was something i had never read before. It took me a bit to get interested in it, but once i got a few chapters in I was hooked. Some stories where much better than others, but i personally i thought that the unicorn stories were better than the zombie stories. This book is filled with fantasy, so i wo [...]

    26. nicole says:

      my #1 must read from BEA didn't disappoint. a really quick, super fun read. went in as team unicorn, but the writing my team zombie made minced rainbows of the other team. favorites were ones by carrie ryan and maureen johnson (obviously).

    27. Rose says:

      Initial reaction: This was a fun anthology, and I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did, overall. I listened to the audiobook version which had Justine Larbalestier and Holly Black trading witty banter about which was better: zombies or unicorns. Judging from the assortment of stories here, it's safe to say I'm firmly Team Zombie (though I'll admit the end tally was rather close). Most of the stories here were rather engaging and entertaining on the whole, though there were a few that eithe [...]

    28. Miranda Reads says:

      In a world dominated by Sparkling Vampires and Hot Werewolves, one dynamic duo dare to analyze the true question of our time - Zombies VS Unicorns. Twelve short stories (each involving either Zombies or Unicorns) provide ample evidence for both sides, it is up to you to decide which one is truly better.The highest justice by Garth Nix - Right off the bat we are toeing the line. An undead queen carried by a unicorn of death has one last wish - a kiss from her husband. Macabre and fun.Love will te [...]

    29. Reading Teen says:

      As I started to write my review for this (amazingly fantastic) book, I realized that writing it all together would be completely impossible. It would be like trying to review twelve different books at the same time. Therefore, allow me to present My Reviews in a Sentence:The Highest Justice by Garth Nix (Unicorn):I loved it and wished I could have had more of the story, but it was my first short story so I soon became acquainted with the fact that they often just end.Love will Tear us Apart by A [...]

    30. jess says:

      This is a collection of alternating short stories - every other one is representative of Team Zombie or Team Unicorn. This was kind of a ridiculous book in several ways. 1. It appears to have been born out of a discussion on a blog. 2. Meg Cabot wrote one of these stories. Really? (team unicorn, of course) 3. Unicorns and zombies are not mutually exclusive in my opinion. The stories are about human relationships with either zombies or unicorns, not about zombies AND unicorns together. 4. zombies [...]

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