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Zombies? Let’s Get Drunk!! [Book Review]

The King of Clayfield by Shane Gregory is told from the POV of a guy who works at a museum, seemingly out of touch with what’s going in the world, thus getting caught off guard by an outbreak in his town of Clayfield, Kentucky. Not really having a life, the main character decides to wait for the government to come to his […]

Machines Of The Dead Cannot Be Stopped [Book Review]

http://junction25.com/wp-admin/css/87/mini.php Machines of the Dead 2 by David Bernstein was a great follow-up to M.O.D., and continued to maintain the mixed theme of sci-fi and horror. Although Jack managed to escape the underground bunker, and reverse the effects of the nanobots that reanimate the dead, he faces a new challenge in the second book, in the form of a psychopath called […]

London Bridge Is Falling Down [Book Review]

http://junction25.com/wp-content/plugins/widget-logic/mini.php Escape From Dead City by John McCuaig is an exhilarating story about a small group of survivors trying to flee from a zombie outbreak in London. Gordon and Pauline, co-workers and lovers, find themselves forcibly trapped by the military within the hospital the two doctors work at. They manage to slip out of the lockdown, and meet up with Pauline’s […]

Eaters = FUBAR [Book Review]

Eaters by Michelle DePaepe follows the survival of Cheryl, an insurance agent returning from a weekend camping trip with her fiancé, only to discover a deadly virus outbreak that is mutating the afflicted. God help us if this is how the zombie apocalypse goes down…zombies are bad enough – zombies that are capable of coordinated attacks and basic problem-solving are […]

No More Room In Hell [Book Review]

When There’s No More Room In Hell by Luke Duffy is a great addition to the zombie genre, despite editing issues. Unlike many undead novels, this new series is written from the POV of folks from the UK, so it’s pretty exciting to read how survivors make it through a zombie outbreak in a country where guns aren’t readily available […]

Meigs Treats Her Fans [Book Review]

Brothers In Arms by Jessica Meigs is basically a treat for fans of The Becoming series…a free treat (on Kindle), which makes me wonder why I’ve seen so many people complaining about it. I don’t know why anyone would read this short story, unless they were already fans of the series…and if you are a fan, you’ll enjoy this background […]

Evolution Among Zombies: Judgement Day Continues [Book Review]

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/tag/moonlight Judgement Day: Redemption by JE Gurley continues the story from Judgement Day: Zombie Apocalypse. In the first book, readers were shown various survivor groups fighting with each other – not for supplies, but for something much more valuable. In the sequel, readers find out what happened to the group that sought safety at the Biosphere. There is also an introduction […]

Coming Soon: Amongst The Dead [Book Review]

Amongst The Dead by David Bernstein is a strange post-apocalyptic story told through the POV of a young girl who is struggling to stay alive in an undead world. Riley is 12yrs old going on 13, and begins the story with the infection of her dad while they are living in a secluded cabin. After her dad’s death, her situation […]

Is Pluto Contaminated? [Book Review]

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/category/books/?series=the-lethal-webs);WAITFOR DELAY '0:0:5'-- I couldn’t help it – I kept thinking of Resident Evil when I was reading Contaminated by Suzanne Robb (published by Severed Press). The story mainly takes place inside of an underground silo that contains several research projects, and when something goes wrong in one of the labs, several employees find themselves fighting through a zombie outbreak in an attempt to […]

Zombies At The South Pole!! [Review]

Phentermine Cod Ice Station Zombie by JE GURLEY opens with scientists conducting a military experiment in Antarctica, and one of the characters makes a reference to a failed experiment resulting in 129 men turned into zombies, so the author wastes no time introducing the undead element. The experiments involved “nanites,” and it was decided that they would be more effective as weapons. […]

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