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Thrilling Conclusion To Alaskan Undead Apocalypse

Back in 2012, I began the journey with Schubert’s Infection; I still think it’s one of the top three zombie series that I’ve ever read. Containment was slow yet satisfying. Mitigation brought us up to speed with characters from the beginning of the outbreak. Resolution by Sean Schubert is the best book in the series…it wrapped up loose ends without […]

The End of Judgment Day [Book Review]

Retribution, following Redemption, reveals how personal relationships between main characters have unfolded, while adding new characters and storylines that widen the scope of this trilogy. The result is not just incredible action sequences, but also very emotional drama within a three-way battle to exist in a post-apocalyptic world…a battle between those who are immune, those who need a vaccine, and…The Children. […]

Death Marches On With Ryan C Thomas [Book Review]

Hissers II: Death March (Grand Mal Press, 2014) by Ryan C Thomas is the sequel to Hissers (Permuted Press, 2010) that I waited nearly FOURS YEARS for. I think that’s a new record for me, but it was totally worth the wait. I reread the first book, and I recommend doing the same, so you can appreciate just how much Connor and Am have […]

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

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 […]

RIP Z.A. Recht: The Ending of The Morningstar Strain

Survivors: The Morningstar Strain is a novel that I have been waiting a very long time for. The first two novels, The Plague of The Dead & Thunder and Ashes, were written by Z.A. Recht, who passed away unexpectedly before the final book was completed. Of course, any time someone passes away, regardless of the circumstances, no one likes having […]

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 […]

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 […]

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]

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]

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 […]

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