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The Undead Rise Again [Book Review]

Age of The Dead, the second book in the Rise series by Gareth Wood, is a vast improvement over the first installment. I love all the changes that Wood has made to his series: no longer in journal format, some dialogue, and several characters die. In addition to the changes in the author’s writing style, I also enjoyed the increased […]

Murphy’s Law: Sequel to The Plan [Book Review]

http://info.diservices.com/dis-contracted-broker-update-december-2015?_hsenc=p2ANqtz>5IdP6y77EBaY1YYyLLLXvCeyxX7OpSoqVQjLIQAnAVHQoj2OOGlZ8mD6KN6yl7cLCQAPi Murphy’s Law (Roads Less Traveled Book 2) by C. Dulaney was a great follow-up to The Plan. Just as the first book was divided into parts, so was the sequel. The best part is that the author included far more zombie action, including a brutal carnage scene that had me wondering if there would be any characters left to write […]

The Becoming continues… [Review]

Online Doctor Prescribe Xanax 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]

Order Valium Australia 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. […]

Hoppers, Juggernauts, and A Demon Walk Into an Apocalypse…

Once again, Craig DiLouie has me comparing his work to HP Lovecraft’s stories, and Lovecraft is looking really tame compared to The Infection series. I hate waiting for sequels, but this one was worth it. I had stated in a previous review that I wouldn’t want to find myself in DiLouie’s world; The Killing Floor went one step further and […]

Yeah…Another Zombie Guide…But This One Is Damn Funny [Review]

http://junction25.com/098.php Zombie Apocalypse Preparation: How to Survive in an Undead World and Have Fun Doing It! by David Houchins and Scot Thomas begins with a foreword that provides some insight on how their influences – everything from Romero to Monty Python – helped spawn their undead creation. I’ve read so many survival guides that my first reaction is to go Scarface […]

Mad Swine: The Beginning

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/tag/debut/feed/ Mad Swine: The Beginning is going to be one of those novels where the zombie fans argue in the message boards about whether or not this qualifies as a zombie novel – even some of the book’s own characters debate over calling them zombies! The “crazies” are infected living, much like 28 Days Later, but due to an ability to regenerate […]

Taking On The Undead With A Pen: Felicia A Sullivan, Editor [Interview]

Where To Buy Phentermine Online In Uk This past year, we began featuring the illustrators who bring you the great cover art on your favorite zombie books…particularly the artists that are used repeatedly by many different authors. I’ve been noticing another name showing up in a lot of the zombie novels I’ve been reviewing this past year, but it is not the name of an artist. Felicia […]

Domain of the Dead: Zombie Duality

Phentermine Online Scams 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, […]

Meigs Releases The Michaluk Virus

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/tiny-treats-2-a-st-patricks-day-collection/ I never heard of Jessica Meigs before The Becoming was released by Permuted Press…I just started hearing people talking about a zombie story that was written entirely on Blackberry. I can’t believe this is Meigs’ first novel! As for the story itself, a handful of survivors form a loose-knit group as a virus spreads out from Atlanta. First people go […]

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