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No More Room In Hell [Book Review]

Buy Generic Xanax From Canada 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 […]

Evolution Among Zombies: Judgement Day Continues [Book Review]

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 […]

The New Threat: Meta-Horde [Book Review]

1000 Valium Cheap Meta-horde, by Sean T Page and John McCuaig, is definitely a book that zombiephiles will want to add to their collections. If not for the POVs of the characters from time to time, this novel almost reads like a history book. Between fighting a meta-horde of over a million zombies, and dealing with Vatican nutjobs, the situation seems beyond hopeless, […]

Judgement Day Is Here [Book Review]

Judgement Day: Zombie Apocalypse by JE Gurley is another exciting release from Severed Press. I thought Ice Station Zombies by Gurley was pretty good, but the author’s new series is far better. This time, through several POVs, readers are shown how survivors are further victimized by various groups after a flu vaccine and a mutated virus mix for catastrophic results. […]

The Undead Rise Again [Book Review]

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/2019/06/ 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 […]

How I Started The Apocalypse [Book Review]

http://nancynorthcott.jim-mcdonald.net/category/books?series=the-lethal-webs'((...."(( How I Started The Apocalypse by Brian Pinkerton was far more serious than I expected. In fact, I most likely would not have read a book with this title and cover art (based on the cheese factor), but I’m a big fan of Severed Press, so I gave it a chance. Having read several other zombie novels featuring thinking undead, I didn’t […]

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 […]

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

Phentermine Forum Where To Buy 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 […]

Is Pluto Contaminated? [Book Review]

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 […]

RETRO REVIEW: Don Roff’s Zombies

In Zombies: A Record Year of Infection, Don Roff did a great job providing another twist in the zombie genre. Unlike the survivor’s journal Day by Day Armageddon, this is more like a research journal complete with statistical research, illustrations, and personal experiences. However, despite being well-documented, the survival information is more sporadic than the ZSG. People fell ill, died, […]

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