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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Judaism / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:96
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781483596006

The Zombie Haggadah

by Elisha Simkovich

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Overview

Combine the children’s questions, enlightening discussions, and scholarly words found in the Maggid with key passages and stories from the Talmud and Torah. Add that mixture to your simmering pot of matzo ball soup. Now quickly, throw in a zombie head marinated in cerebrospinal fluid and Trioxin, and cover the soup with a military grade pot lid. Seal the seams with a blow torch, and store it in your mortuary freezer. Keep the soup in that freezer until you're ready to serve the perfect appetizer for your family's first annual discussion of... THE ZOMBIE HAGGADAH!

The Zombie Haggadah is a hilarious, yet disturbing, guide to the annual discussions of the zombie exodus from Egypt and the ten curses that befell their mummy captors. The text is based on the traditional Passover guidebook, the Haggadah, and features commentary from zombie sages referencing zombie versions of Talmudic sources and biblical stories. The Zombie Haggadah delves into crevices one would never think a half-eaten zombie brain could reach, but also introduces topics one would never think a family seder could reach. You can’t find a more fun, deranged, and perfect way to bring even the most dead seder tables back to undeath!

NOW, IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO TAKE A BITE, AND REJOICE IN THIS BOOK'S FLAVOR!

Description

In the tradition of great Jewish sages like Rashi, Maimonides, and Dr. Emmett Brown, divine inspiration took hold of Elisha Simkovich, the author of this deranged book, and he immediately dove into the important questions and developed the ideas that built this completely new Zombie Passover world:

  • If the zombies are filling in for the Isrealites in this Haggadah, what classic horror characters represent the other nations?
  • What are the plagues?!?!?!?
  • What would happen if Jonah was a zombie in the belly of the whale?
  • What awesome things would Ben Zoma declare as Ben Zombie?
  • How fantastic is the phrase, “These are the Brains of our affliction”… and how can we possibly explain what that means?
  • What is the Leviathan up to during the zombie takeover?

The Zombie Haggadah discusses and dissects each question in great, great detail, and as the first zombie guest at a seder table since the Maharal’s shindigs back in Prague, The Zombie Haggadah breaks new grounds with its zombie take on the traditional Jewish stories.

As Avi Litwack's eye-popping illustrations guide you through The Zombie Exodus, rejoice in experiencing this dark corner of the undead.

Enjoy the journey and may we see you next year eating the brains of the Messiah in the land of Zion!

About the author

Elisha Simkovich is a DC-metro-area based author who has not only written blog posts but is also known to comment on forums and social networking sites. He is the author of the #1 Zombie Haggadah of all time. To escape the limelight, Elisha spends his free time with his family and friends, traveling across the Eastern US, and relaxing by fires. He once saw a fox in his backyard! To learn more, please see his bio located in his book, The Zombie Haggadah.

Avi Litwack is a DC-metro-area based illustrator who has not only illustrated blog posts but is also known to illustrate on forums and social networking sites. He is the illustrator of the #1 Zombie Haggadah of all time. To escape the limelight, Avi spends his free time with his family and friends, traveling across the Eastern US, and relaxing by fires. He once saw a fox in his backyard! To learn more, please see his bio located in his book, The Zombie Haggadah.


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