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The Becoming continues… [Review]

The Becoming: Ground Zero by Jessica Meigs has officially hooked me into the trilogy. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the second book is the deciding factor in whether or not I keep reading a series. In the case of Ground Zero, Meigs manage to keep me interested in The Becoming saga, but I didn’t think the second […]

Dead Tropics: The Smart Lori [Review]

http://ewoltech.it/wp-json/pum/v1/analytics/?event=open Dead Tropics by Sue Edge is the first zombie story I’ve read that is strictly from a mother’s POV, and has children present throughout the story as main characters, rather than just passing plot devices. Lori is a mom in Australia who drops her kids off at various places before she goes to work at the local hospital as an ER nurse. […]

Avoid Hospitals!! It’s a CODE Z!! [Review]

Code Z: An Undead Hospital Anthology, from KnightWatch Press (with cover design by David Naughton-Shires), will have readers avoiding any trips to the hospital if they can. This anthology was edited by horror author Lyle Perez-Tinics, and he did an exceptional job. The theme of the anthology – outbreaks beginning at hospitals – was clear and strong throughout the entire […]

The Crossing in McKinney’s Dead World

The Crossing is much shorter than I expected…not unlike zombie flash fiction. It takes place in the setting of the Dead World series, which fans will really enjoy. Samantha is a reporter who snuck into the Zone to expose the government’s lies about the infection and the people who were trapped there. She joins up with a small group right away, […]

Domain of the Dead: Zombie Duality

Unlike most folks, I read Domain of the Dead by Iain McKinnon after I read Remains of the Dead, and I’m glad that I did. I felt god-like knowing what had happened to the ones that were left behind, while the three who flew off in the helicopter were left to wonder about the fate of their friends. You see, […]

It’s Time For A Very Zombie Christmas!

I figured since it was that time of year when, according to Benny Alano, “zombie elves battle vampire snowmen,” I would look for some other holiday zombie tales. I was specifically looking for something new, and I found A Very Zombie Christmas: A Horror Story. Finding a short story like this was perfect, since I have been so busy with […]

Uncivil Dead: Soldiers vs. Zombies

Uncivil Dead by Jeremiah Coe is a Civil War story about Union and Confederate soldiers forced to make a last stand together against a zombie outbreak. Some Southerners living in a little town called Walnut Woods were sympathetic to the cause of the North, and gave information about nearby Confederate troops. Concerned that the residents of Walnut Woods would face […]

Joe McKinney’s Dead World Series: Texas is Ground Zero

The first time that I read Dead City by Joe McKinney was when the book was first released in November 2006. Back then, my son was only a year old, so the scene with Eddie Hudson struggling to release his son from the car seat – while zombies closed in around them – really scared the shit out of me. […]

Jonathan Maberry’s Dead of Night

Dead of Night is Maberry’s twisted homage to the zombie genre, sacrificing his characters to appease the zombiephiles. When Jonathan Maberry wrote this novel, he created so much more than your usual characters trying to get from Point A to Point B without being killed; reading Maberry’s story was like being trapped in a labyrinth with the undead — you’re […]

The Walking Dead: Rise of The Governor

It’s still debatable whether or not the Governor will be introduced in AMC’s The Walking Dead, so let’s just stick to the graphic novel series. The Governor, also known as Philip Blake, was ranked as IGN’s 86th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time in 2009; for instance, he likes feeding living people to the undead for entertainment. The background […]

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