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Feed by Mira Grant

Recommended for: fans of zombies, pandemics Read May 2011 ★  ★  ★  1/2 A perfect summer read. It starts out with our heroes poking sharp sticks at zombies and a narrow escape. It’s a good way to develop interest, but … Continue reading

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Satan’s Gate by Walt Browning

Read January 2020 Recommended for military dudes  ★     1/2 Well, I was greedy and I have only myself to blame. The first book, Lost Valley, was a rather solid entry in the zombie survival genre, so I immediately went … Continue reading

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Lost Valley by Walt Browning

Read January 2020 Recommended for zombie fans  ★     ★    ★   Every so often–say, after I’ve read about the latest Climate Summit–I get an urge to read about the end of the world. Zombies are a particularly solid way … Continue reading

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Incursion: Zombie Apocalypse by M.D. Massey

Read May 2019 Recommended for fans of survialist zombie stories ★   ★   ★  ★    It’s a good thing I read this novella first, because the subsequent books turned out to be another herd of zombies all together.  Incursion: … Continue reading

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Death Doll by Brian P. White

Read March 2019  ★     ★     These aren’t the droids you’re looking for. More specifically, they aren’t the zombies I’m looking for. But they may very well work for you. In the interests of remembering and for other future … Continue reading

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The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey

Read February 2018 Recommended for fans of The Girl With All the Gifts ★    ★   1/2 The Girl With All the Gifts  easily became one of my five-star reads of 2014, the year I read it. But I hesitated to … Continue reading

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Voodoo Dues by Stephany Simmons

Read May 2017 Recommended for fans of light PNR ★    ★    ★ A lot like Jello with whipped cream; light, a bit forgettable, and sweet. A few sections felt first novelish, kind of wish-embodiment on the part of the author, … Continue reading

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Rising Tide by Rajan Khanna. More like Receding.

Read December 2015 Recommended for fans of steampunk  ★    ★    1/2 There’s something about this series that just doesn’t click with me. To start, it picks up a few hours after the cliffanger ending of the last book. … Continue reading

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Positive by David Wellington. Not so much.

Read September 2015 Recommended for fans of YA and zombies. And flat story-telling  ★    ★    See Finn and his parents. See Finn leave New York. See Finn fight off a scary woman. See Finn meet a man traveling with … Continue reading

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Zombie, Ohio by Scott Kenemore

 May 2015 Recommended for fans of untraditional zombie books  ★    ★    1/2        An interesting take on the traditional zombie. No, really. It is sort of the zombie equivalent of “The Universe Doesn’t Give a Fuck About You,” a treatise … Continue reading

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