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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 […]

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]

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, […]

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

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 […]

Zombie Outbreak In School!! [Review]

Zombie Youth: Playground Politics by HE Goodhue is the first in a new series released by Severed Press. I was intrigued by the idea of kids having no one but themselves to rely on after a zombie virus targets the adult population of the world. While I found this story to be entertaining, I thought it could benefit from better editing. […]

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 […]

Zombies At The South Pole!! [Review]

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. […]

The Necrovirus Has Been Released! [Review]

Necrophobia (Book 1, Wake The Dead) by Jack Hamlyn was a refreshing surprise; I decided to read it when I saw that it was published by Severed Press, and – once again – those guys have proved they know what zombiephiles want. It all begins with a scream… Steve, an Iraqi vet, finds one of his neighbors being attacked by […]

Machines of the Dead: Sci-Fi Zombies!! [Interview]

Machines of the Dead by David Bernstein (Severed Press 2012) is the perfect blend of sci-fi and undead horror. In this zombie apocalypse, the source of the virus is a nanobot experiment conducted in an underground bunker by Dr. Eugene Reynolds. The doctor sends soldiers up top to kidnap homeless people to be used as test subjects. Derek Mayfield is one of […]

Dead Tropics: The Smart Lori [Review]

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. […]

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