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- Print Length: 436 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1626760403
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075G18KQZ
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,568 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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To me these stories are about the living. Forcing me to eat into there reality. I wonder, though, if the placement of these tales was deliberate? It seems "Together Alone" sadly ended what "Evacuation" had begun.
This has been one amazing journey with all these zombies. I love me some zombies. I really liked reading all the stories rooting for all the people and following along with them on their journey through the undead worlds. If you love zombies then give this one a try you won’t regret it!
Defenseless: A Story of Death & Decay by R. L. Blalock
A six year old little boy, Dylan is left to face zombies all alone with the help of his best friend. Dylan is a very courageous little boy. I loved his story as well as all the stories in the Dead & Decay world.
Damaged Goods by Samie Sands
The life of a teenage girl as she is slowly turning into a zombie from the moment she is bit until the end. I loved the concept of this story you know getting the events as they occur from a real life “zombie”.
The Horror at Roswell Mills by Michael Peirce
A story of a teenage girl “Captain Alice” who has built her army of teenagers to help fight the undead. Captain Alice is a very strong and smart girl for one so young. Come join Alice as she leads the living in a fight against the undead. A great little story.
Morning of The Living Dead by Mark Cusco Ailes
A story about a man trying to keep his family safe after the animals from the zombie park have escaped and are now attacking humans. When I saw this little story from Zombie Park I had to read it as I have wanted to read Zombie Park Trilogy for a while now. As I do love me some zombies I think I will probably have to up Zombie Park on my TBR list.
Zombie Exterminators by Grivante
Zombie Exterminators is about two brothers who fight zombies in a lab. I really enjoyed this little gem and can’t wait to read more about these two brothers and zombies.
The Fort by Michael Whitehead
A group of soldiers return from a mission to find their fort has been overrun with zombies and must find a way to kill them all. A great read. Zombies and more zombies…
Jimmy by Arthur Mongelli
A story about a mom and a dad who are worried about their teenage son, Jimmy who has locked himself in his room and won’t open the door and let them in. They are worried about Jimmy being in trouble in some way but once they finally gain entrance to Jimmy’s room they may find more than they were bargaining for. Jimmy is a very thoughtful and loving son who tried to save his parents from the zombies.
Alone Together by David Simpson
Two people who have been fighting zombies meet each other for the first time and spend time pondering their lives fighting zombies and how they ended up where they are now. What would you do if the end was here?
Highlights of Undead World were:
Gone Fishin' by Justin Robinson - One of the few stories that was set in the post aspect of the zombie apocalypse, you get to see the start of a hopefully better world despite the vicious ashes caused by the end of the world. It also deserves a call out for being unapologetically violent but avoiding the easy exploitation, instead giving a needed catharsis. Also a call out for everyone who believes in dressing to look good - even when the world has gone on.
The Fort by Michael Whitehead - A truly historic zombie story set during the Roman rule of Gaul. One of the shorter stories, Whitehead gets you invested in his small band of returning Romans. They find themselves changed from overlords to outnumbered survivors in a matter of a single patrol, and you will want to see if they survive.
Defenseless by R. L. Blalock - One of the most perfectly paced short stories I've ever read. The story's protagonist and storyteller is six-year-old Dylan at the very start of the zombie apocalypse and Blalock manages to layer the horror to where you can not put the story down until you find out his fate.
When I Grow Up, I Won't Be by Brea Behn - Take a smart and scrappy heroine that has already managed to survive in a world overtaken by zombie despite proven weakness and you find yourself rooting for her in the first few pages. Then she gets blindsided by hope, but you still want to find out where she ends up.
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