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Articles by AstraDaemon

Newlyweds In Hell [Book Review]

The Undying Love by Greg McCabe is a horror novel about newlyweds trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. In addition to the usual kinks in the first year of marriage, Diane and Jackson are trapped in an office building in downtown Houston, TX, surrounded by the dead. Their relationship is put to the ultimate test. With the focus on the […]

A New Kind of Eco-Warrior [Book Review]

The New Ecology of Death by James Robert Smith surprised me with how much I enjoyed this story. I’m not usually sympathetic to the undead. The POV switches between the main characters, but the perspective of the zombie, Alex Wenzler is a great way to hook readers. His wife Beth has remarried a CDC employee, Davis, which is an important […]

Yep…ANOTHER Zombie Survival Guide

With all the zombie survival books to choose from, I think it’s important to point out what makes this book stand out from the rest. First of all, Page’s Zombie Survival Manual from Hayes is very detailed without being overwhelming. Many other survival books are so difficult to get through, it would be easier to take on an undead horde […]

McKinney’s Controversial Book? [Book Review]

Plague of the Undead has caused some controversy. Zombiephiles have threatened to stop reading Joe McKinney books. Perhaps it’s because the story is based so far into the future, but McKinney has a way of describing this post-apocalyptic world without being too wordy, and yet the images stay with you, even when you’ve finished the story…very disturbing images. This story […]

Paul Bunyan As A Zombie [Book Review]

Bunyan Undead by Joseph Williams is a treat for fans of the undead and American folklore. I admit, being a resident of Michigan, the setting intrigued me, but the way the author took a folklore legend and twisted Paul Bunyan into a raging undead monster was too good to resist! I’m not sure what this says about me, but I […]

Thrilling Conclusion To Alaskan Undead Apocalypse

Back in 2012, I began the journey with Schubert’s Infection; I still think it’s one of the top three zombie series that I’ve ever read. Containment was slow yet satisfying. Mitigation brought us up to speed with characters from the beginning of the outbreak. Resolution by Sean Schubert is the best book in the series…it wrapped up loose ends without […]

Drive By Review [Book Review]

The Dead Boy by Craig Saunders has so many twists and turns that reading this novella is like driving down a dirt road at night, not knowing what will jump out in front of you. There is a lot of action throughout the story, and just enough information about the characters to make you pay attention to all of them. […]

New Z Plan Series [Book Review]

Mikhail Lerma is the author of the Z Plan series. I committed to reading and reviewing the first two books of the series, so I’m recommending the Z Plan series, even though I thought Blood On The Sand was a weak start. After having read the second book, I think the story becomes much more interesting, and the author’s writing […]

Crazy Dog F*ckers [Book Review]

Mute by Jeffrey Hale, released by Grand Mal Press, is very unusual. Both the story and the format are something very different for the zombie genre, although it’s up for debate whether or not the Mutes/Mimes qualify as zombies. They are definitely infected, bloodthirsty and a threat to mankind. What I like about the format is the memory flashes provided […]

The End of Judgment Day [Book Review]

Retribution, following Redemption, reveals how personal relationships between main characters have unfolded, while adding new characters and storylines that widen the scope of this trilogy. The result is not just incredible action sequences, but also very emotional drama within a three-way battle to exist in a post-apocalyptic world…a battle between those who are immune, those who need a vaccine, and…The Children. […]

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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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