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Articles by AstraDaemon

The Living Dead Series Lives On [Book Review]

The Living Dead Series by Joseph Souza has been one hell of a ride. If I hadn’t gotten the first two books at the same time, I might not have ever gotten past the first installment. However, I’m glad that I did, and I have become a huge fan of Souza’s in the process. Unfortunately, I didn’t think that Darmageddon […]

For Those Who Worship The Sun (and zombies) [Book Review]

For Those Who Worship The Sun by James Michael Rice is a great example of how the zombie genre has spread into other areas of fiction. I was looking for new undead titles to review for The Zombiephiles, and this novel came up in my Amazon inquiry. I can’t believe I found something this well-written through a random search. Not […]

Bring On The Rain! [Book Review]

Rain: A Zombie Novel by Shaun Harbinger was great random find. At first, I was a little concerned that I might not like the main character, Alex, who is also the narrator of the story, because he is so down on himself for being a geek, but the mounting suspense in the beginning hooked me pretty quickly. Four friends are […]

Brutal Planet Delivers [Book Review]

Brutal Planet by Sean P. Murphy was a selection from my personal reading list, and I wasn’t disappointed with my choice. Told mostly from the POV of an anthropologist named John, this novel is full of incredible action scenes, and some great dialogue between characters. I think making the main character someone who is able to make professional observations about […]

Besser’s Zombie Western Short

Cursed Bounty by Rebecca Besser was a pleasant, but macabre surprise. I’m not big into Western themes, but I still enjoyed the story. After a bank robbery involving multiple murders, the Sheriff of Bristleton requests help from the governor. Let me tell you, Besser’s governor would scare the crap out of The Walking Dead governor. The foreshadowing in the governor’s […]

Dead North Is Not Any Safer [Book Review]

Dead North is an anthology of Canadian zombie literature featuring some of the most amazing & imaginative horror scenarios that I’ve ever read. Usually, when I think of zombie literature, I think of outbreaks described in the States, the UK and, on occasion, Australia. Canada has simply been that place that American survivors try to flee to in the stories. […]

Perfect Winter Reading: the DEAD series [Book Review]

DEAD Winter, Siege & Survival and Confrontation officially bring the DEAD series by TW Brown to the halfway mark, and also bring some of the most miserable and haunting images ever written to this zombie apocalypse saga. The characters have battled both zombies and their fellow survivors, only to face an even more deadly foe: Mother Nature. Obviously, any rough […]

DiLouie + McKinney + Knight = AWESOME!!

Pandemic, Episode One of The Retreat, is the first in a series co-authored by Craig DiLouie, Joe McKinney and Stephen Knight…and they have created another version of zombies that is nothing less than exceptional! “The world was going to die laughing.” While I am not familiar with the writing style of Knight, I can say that Pandemic will absolutely live […]

Lunchtime Quickie [Book Review]

The Bitten Man by Edward Chilvers takes place in the UK, and is told from the POV of a father trying to find a safe place for his son. This piece of flash fiction is similar to The Road by Cormac McCarthy, but instead of fighting cannibals, they have to fight zombies…um, wait…same thing? Hmmm… Chilvers manages to pack of […]

New Zombie Miniseries [Book Review]

British Zombie Breakout Part One: The Castle by Peter Salisbury immediately establishes that this is not the first zombie outbreak that the characters have had to deal with, although the characters do not seem to fare much better, apparently having gotten too comfortable living somewhat normal lives again, and, therefore, their evacuate-by-boat plan falls through. The two groups of survivors, […]

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About AstraDaemon

AstraDaemon is the horror alias for the book reviewer, Ursula K Raphael. When she isn’t writing for The Zombiephiles, she can be found at Twitter and Facebook, posting about other genres. She finally published her first post-apocalyptic story, The Survivor.

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