The Zombie, the Cat, and Barack Obama. A satirical comedy by Christopher Antony Meade

Everybody likes to poke fun at those set above them and this book does that in spades. From President Obama to Queen Elizabeth II, to the Illuminati, nobody is spared. One reader actually said that her jaws hurt from all the laughing after reading it. That has to be a vote of confidence for a book claiming to be funny. Many more comments in a similar vein can be found amongst the reviews on Amazon.

Satire is a sword that really cuts deep and the weaknesses of the characters in this outrageously mad volume are exposed to the world mercilessly. It’s up to the reader to decide whether the writer is telling the truth or not. Perhaps he is. Either way, there are plenty of laughs to be gleaned, as the stories unfold. If you want to find out the embarrassing secrets of such notables as Barack Obama, Osama bin Laden, and Adolf Hitler, this book is the place to look. Just be prepared to be really surprised. The real truth about the Illuminati is to be found in these pages and it is totally different than people are told. Suffice to say, they are not shape-shifting reptiles. What they really are is much more weird, and more funny. The real stories behind climate change and the chemtrails controversy are revealed as well. Once again surprise and amazement are the order of the day. You will discover the reason why Santa Claus is sometimes very sad.

Of course, every good book requires a good villain. The cultured piano playing, but totally psychopathic, zombie Julian Faversham fills that roll admirably here. Unusually, he is not one of the usual run of the mill moronic shuffling undead. This zombie has brains and a high degree of class. His story opens the book and his later adventures enliven the end chapters.
I don’t want to give too much away about the story, so I will cease from my description. I hope I have whetted the appetites of potential readers to take a chance on buying my book. I hope all the readers enjoy it. I can guarantee one thing. They won’t find another book like it.