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5 Stories About the Living Dead that You Should Be Dying to Read

Will won’t stop bothering me about the lack of zombies on the site (despite our recent reviews of the Ex-Heroes series), so he has convinced me to let him do a post demonstrating the wonder and glory of the undead. 1,073 more words

Guest Post

World War Z

I have always been fascinated by the whole zombie apocalypse trope. The scope for social commentary – are they a metaphor for communists? or mindless consumerism? 526 more words

The Zombie Survival Guide


This really is about as good as a cover can get. For real. Black, white, red. Worn lettering. Rifle. Machete. Everything a great book cover needs. 58 more words


5 Books I Finally Want to Read in 2017

Sometimes my procrastination gets so severe that I put off reading books that I actually want to read. One of my resolutions (for next year, of course) 447 more words

Book Blog

World War Z (2013)

The film World War Z is a perfect example of what the zombie genre has come to: fear-mongering.  Sure, the original zombie flick was a horror movie.   322 more words


Max Brooks' Zombie Empire

Max Brooks (son of Mel Brooks) was born in New York and, prior to the 2003 publication of his first book, The Zombie Survival Guide… 98 more words