It began with a cow that just wouldn’t die. Yep. That’s right. They’re still infected, and now the disease has spread to humans. The epidemic that transformed Britain’s bovine population into a blood-thirsty, brain-grazing, zombie horde…err… herd… is threatening to take over the globe.
And there’s not much time left to stop it. All of Great Britain is infected and brimming with rage. The rest of the world has a tough choice to make. Should they nuke the Brits right off the map — men, women, children, cows and all — in the biggest genocide in history? Or should they risk global infection in a race against time to find a cure?
With fanatical infected trying to escape the cursed island, and the Brits ready to defend themselves with every weapon at their disposal, including an intercontinental missile sloshing with infected blood, it may only be a matter of time before the virus gets out.
This means war.
What the Critics Say
This sequel to the very funny Apocalypse Cow … is just as much fun as its predecessor and just as cleverly constructed and written.
Logan’s verbal pyrotechnics combine gory action sequences and offbeat characters. Perfect for connoisseurs of all things zombie and readers who enjoy a bit of dark humor mixed with their horror.
Funny and twisted, definitely not your normal zombie book.
Night Owl Reviews
World War Moo goes one step further to place Michael Logan on the road to become Terry Pratchett’s spiritual heir. It’s clever, intelligent and very very funny.
If it all sounds slightly bonkers, it is—but Logan’s unique combination of bombastic action sequences, off-kilter characters, and wild-eyed scenarios should please fans of speculative fiction and horror alike.
Look no further, thrill-seeker, your requirements have been met.
The Eloquent Page
World War Moo is full of political satire; from nuclear deterrent to immigration, media coverage to African mercenaries and religious fanatics … it’s spot on with its observations of human nature and how governments act.
Curiosity Killed the Bookworm