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Articles by AstraDaemon

The Z-Boat Series Has Reached Z-End [Book Review]

Z-End by Suzanne Robb begins a few months after Book 2 ends. Ally is severely underappreciated, she is surrounded by people going insane, and the new zombie mutation has made the undead nearly impossible to kill. Despite everything that happened in the first two books, Ally has found a few people to care about, and she is determined to find a safe […]

Death Marches On With Ryan C Thomas [Book Review]

Hissers II: Death March (Grand Mal Press, 2014) by Ryan C Thomas is the sequel to Hissers (Permuted Press, 2010) that I waited nearly FOURS YEARS for. I think that’s a new record for me, but it was totally worth the wait. I reread the first book, and I recommend doing the same, so you can appreciate just how much Connor and Am have […]

Moon and A Mountain of Death [Book Review]

Hollow Mountain Dead by Jonathan Moon is a supernatural undead western apocalyptic story that spews forth horror like a pyroclastic eruption from hell! It is nonstop action – an infectious evil that pours down the mountain and spills into the nearby towns. It is told from a third-person POV with several different perspectives that blend into one towards the end, […]

Gurley Is Laying Down The Law [Book Review]

Jake’s Law is another great zombie novel by horror author JE Gurley, who also wrote Ice Station Zombie and the Judgment Day series. I am a fan of Gurley’s Judgment Day Trilogy, so I was looking forward to reading Jake’s Law – the book description doesn’t do it justice. It was non-stop action mixed with the right amount of drama. […]

Surprise Sequel: Deadland’s Harvest [Book Review]

Deadland’s Harvest by Rachel Aukes is a welcomed sequel. I thought 100 Days in Deadland was a stand-alone, so, not only was I surprised that a sequel was written, but I was impressed with the creative way Aukes continued the saga. She didn’t use any over-the-top theatrics to include several characters from the first book. Based on Dante’s Inferno, but […]

Dig Into Dulaney [Book Review]

Shades of Gray by C Dulaney is the third installment in the Roads Less Traveled series. The Plan introduced us to a group of people who actually had a Z-plan in place when all hell broke loose. Murphy’s Law showed us how easily the best survival plan can fall apart in a zombie apocalypse. In the third book, Dulaney combines […]

Finally!! Zombified Book 2!! [Book Review]

Zombified: Shady Oaks by Char Robinson picks up several months after Hudson Place. I strongly recommend that fans reread the first book to appreciate how much Robinson has grown as a horror author. The survivors of Shady Oaks just can’t catch a break. Several months have passed since they left Hudson Place, and everything that could go wrong does…almost all at once […]

Between Major Infections…

The zombie genre is much like an actual horde of the undead: it WILL find you, and you WILL be overwhelmed. Whether it’s the books, movies or TV shows (hell, even Maron on IFC spoofed The Talking Dead in its season premiere), you can’t escape the infection. But, as any zombiephile could tell you, “Ain’t NOBODY got time for THIS!” […]

Permuted Press: Deadly Waters Ahead!

Permuted Press has been spreading the infection, and then some. There seems to be a new theme forming in their zombie department: water is not your friend in an undead outbreak. Here are just a few of the latest titles that will have you running for dry land and high ground: In Dead Tide Surge by Stephen A. North, the […]

Excellent Sampler of Zombie Genre!

Many of the best authors in the genre are in this anthology, ZOMBIE The Other Fright Meat: CICADA by Patrick D’Orazio features a timeline that moves with the 17yr life cycle of cicadas in a local area – fabulous hook! And an excellent start to the collection! THE ZOMBIE PRINCE by James S Dorr is written like a fairytale of […]

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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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