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Lunchtime Quickie [Book Review]

http://info.diservices.com/dis-contracted-broker-update-december-2015?_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8Kqp_n-AdBJPaGhJoCXF9c4Xb63cek3E_SsG-WH7uvUbH6VD-68Fed0ck9jJQI-oIWzUfs 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 […]

Dead Tide Will Pull You In [Interview]

Buy Valium Diazepam 10Mg 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 […]

The Zombie Whisperer [Book Review]

The Zombie Whisperer and Other Weird Tales by Steven E. Wedel is not strictly a zombie anthology, but rather a collection of four stories including two about the undead. Wedel did an incredible job of providing entertaining short stories for any horror fan, and I hope the author writes more zombie stories in the future. The two stories worthy of […]

Dead Living: A Love Story [Book Review]

http://junction25.com/098.php 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 […]

World War Z: The Controversy Continues

Buy Phentermine Nz Let me start by saying this isn’t necessarily a review of the movie, or the book…more like a rant. The movie, World War Z, is nothing like the book by Brooks. Some people have told me, “It had some of the same elements…,” but I’ve watched the movie recently, and I think it’s bullshit for anyone to believe that the […]

900 Miles To Go Before I Sleep [Book Review]

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Machines Of The Dead Cannot Be Stopped [Book Review]

Cheap Phentermine Without A Prescription Machines of the Dead 2 by David Bernstein was a great follow-up to M.O.D., and continued to maintain the mixed theme of sci-fi and horror. Although Jack managed to escape the underground bunker, and reverse the effects of the nanobots that reanimate the dead, he faces a new challenge in the second book, in the form of a psychopath called […]

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 […]

Zombies Ruining Special Occasions [Book Review]

Holiday of the Dead is not only a great sampling of some of the best authors from the zombie genre, but also an incredible showcase of what the horror sub-genre has to offer. With such a diverse collection, this anthology is sure to appeal to both hardcore zombiephiles, and those who are merely zombie-curious. Holiday of the Dead further proves […]

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