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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Publisher: Hazardous Press (July 30, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 30, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009EIK4UK
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It's impossible for me to choose a favourite from among them. Every time I finished one story, completely bowled over and entirely impressed by the originality and interpretation of zombie lore, potential, science, philosophy...I started the next one, and was once again completely engaged and swept away.
If you are in any way a fan of the undead, you MUST have this anthology for your collection.
I wasn't at all sure I was going to like this book, not being an aficionado of zombies, but I read it because three of my favourite authors - Tara Fox Hall, Tori Ridgewood and T Fox Dunham had contributed. I'm very glad I did.
In the first place all of the authors know how to write, in the second the book has been superbly well-edited - there are virtually no grammatical errors or typos - and in the third place the degree of imagination employed by the authors is mind-blowing.
I wouldn't have thought it was possible to write 55 different stories about zombies. I mean they die, they rise from the dead, they lumber about with bits dropping off them and anyone who can't get away must be a complete idiot, right? Wrong! To my amazement, I found myself drawn in over and over again by a new plot twist, a captivating character.
I especially liked "Bacon Rapt" by Rose Blackthorn with it's very clever way of dealing with the hordes of undead; "Zombies Have No Respect for Plumbing" by Tony Southcotte with its practical approach to the domestic difficulties presented by living with a zombie; and "Horseshoe Island Haven" by Armand Rosamilia, which I found extraordinarily moving. Not to mention the contributions from my favourites, all of which were superb.
I shall never see zombies in quite the same light again.
Well-written and packing a lot of story into a limited pace, they may have you opting for a nightlight when you finish, so I'd advising reading them at high noon, when whatever room you choose to read in can be filled with light and no shadows are visible.
If tghere were a higher rating than 5 stars, I've give that.
This novel was supplied by one of the authors and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review.