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- Print Length: 216 pages
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- Publisher: Coming Together (October 28, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009YA7XYS
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One of the things I like most about erotica is how versatile it is. What I enjoyed about this anthology in particular is that the contributing authors didn't rush their stories before the zombies got to sample any juicy bits. Honestly, I didn't know how an editor could put together an erotic zombie anthology. I mean, zombies only want one thing... BRAINS, not sex! Right?!?! Wait, they don't... oh SNAP, hold the phone!
I have enjoyed Sommer Marsden's writing for several years now and so, naturally, I trust her instincts. With this collection, she was right-on. She's got authors here with zombies chomping at the bit drooling for more than brains. These rotting, stinky, groaning, creepers are dead-horny! They are absolutely rabid with it! They just wanna get you close enough to turn you on, and then maybe snack a little instead of spooning afterward. I absolutely recommend this anthology, not only because your purchase will go to help support the American Diabetes Association, but because these authors are bringing you some hot, 'zombies gone wild' action!
Marsden has fashioned a solid, diverse collection of zombies-and-sex tales.
A few of the stories didn't grab me - two ran too long and one of the stories was too predictable.
Even these flawed pieces had something to recommend them, as rough-write works - they merely needed to be whittled down slightly, or the author could have thrown an unfamiliar mini-twist into her shambling lust mix, to help distinguish it from other seen-this-before stories.
Hungry for Love is worth owning - for its charitable aims, and its published delivery.
1.) "My Name is Brighton" - Alana Noël Voth: A date rape victim-turned-zombie seeks out one of the men (Paul) who used her - without being aware that he had done so.
More horror story than plot-lite sex work, this excellent, sympathetic and character-veracious tale is one of the best stories in this anthology.
2.) "Meat" - Bobby Diabolus: A bite-infected man goes through various stages of evolving desire, while looking for his raw, sexy ex-lover (Honey).
"Meat" is an interesting story that ably balances the emotional and carnal aspects of its lead character, without tipping into unintentional pornoriffic parody, emotive abstraction or zombie clichés.
This original, first person-POV tale vaguely echoes David Cronenberg's "Venereal Horror" films (e.g., Rabid, 1977; The Brood, 1979; Videodrome, 1983; The Fly, 1986 remake; eXistenZ, 1999).
3.) "Annie Morgan" - Armand Rosamilia: Especially good piece about a mercurial, promiscuous woman confronting something more potent than undead attackers.
4.) "Queer Zombie Disco" - Kirsty Logan: Offbeat tune-based horror sex tale.
5.) "Screen Siren" - Annabeth Leong: Hollywood-skewering, imaginative piece about a Z-grade movie director (Sam) and an undead, sentient actress.
This is one of the best entries in this collection.