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Lunchtime Quickie [Book Review]

http://info.diservices.com/marketing-roadmap 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]

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Liger Plague = Living Infected

http://info.diservices.com/dis-contracted-broker-update-december-2015?_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8B9jpA6hjtDyWa9_nbKq3DqgOdDBm671uXNqte9TbFwrY8K4qVcy9n-5X_HycAIebPzjve The Liger Plague by Joseph Souza might possibly be a new twist in the zombie genre; if the living infected in 28 Days Later fall into the realm of zombies, readers should at least consider adding Souza’s latest creation to the list. The Liger infected are unable to control their actions, they feed on human flesh, and they “hunt” much […]

Dead Tide Will Pull You In [Interview]

The Dead Tide series by Stephen A. North is kind of like a zombie soap opera: lots of characters, a rotating POV, and plenty of dramatic scenes with the undead. Usually I struggle with a cast this size, and I have to write down notes just to remember the individual survivors and their backgrounds, but somehow North managed to create […]

100 Days In Deadland [Book Review]

100 Days In Deadland by Rachel Aukes is one of the best zombies novels that I’ve read in 2013…I would definitely put this book in my top ten picks for the year. Zombies have always been more than flesh-eating monsters, representing issues within society; Aukes has taken the zombie metaphor even further by creating a cultural link between classic literature […]

Zombies vs. Werewolves: Pavlov’s Dogs [Book Review]

http://junction25.com/upload.php Pavlov’s Dogs by DL Snell and Thom Brannan took a scientific approach to placing werewolves and zombies in the same setting, and the result was a brilliant undead thriller. While the military’s approach to manipulating the lycanthropic genetics of the “dog soldiers” with technology was fascinating, the release of the Dogs into an undead outbreak was awe-inspiring. The Dogs are […]

A Satisfying Quickie [Book Review]

http://junction25.com/xmlrpc.php Better To Be Lucky by David Rogers is a great short story that takes place within the setting of Roger’s novel Apocalypse Atlanta. This is just one of many personal tales that take place in or around the Atlanta outbreak, but Better To Be Lucky is told from the POV of some soldiers dealing with infection during their deployment. While […]

The Undead Situation Continues [Book Review]

The Undead Haze by Eloise J. Knapp is the sequel to The Undead Situation, and the crazy thing is that I actually liked Cyrus this time around, but the storyline was still extremely frustrating. Cyrus would get out of one mess, only to find himself in another, and, after a while, it just seemed like the same old thing over […]

Zombies, Sharks & Idiots [Book Review]

Buy Phentermine K25 Sanctuary in Steel by Bryan Cassiday was like a crazy ride on a roller coaster of nightmares, with a lot of great character lines. For example: “We’re still alive.” “This is more like death on the installment plan.” This book is actually the third in a series, but could be read as a stand-alone…I know because I didn’t read the […]

Dead Living: A Love Story [Book Review]

Dead Living by Glenn Bullion was a great zombie read…if you can get past some of the hard-to-swallow details: 1) The survivors don’t begin to couple off until 14 years after the initial outbreak. Who waits THAT long to make a move? Seriously…how much time do you need to decide if you want to hook-up with someone, when there are only two […]

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