Apocalypse Week: World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

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Zombies, Zombies Everywhere It goes by many names: “The Crisis,” “The Dark Years,” “The WalkingPlague,” as well as newer and more “hip” titles such as “World War Z” or “Z War One.” I personally dislike this last moniker as it implies an inevitable “Z War Two.” For me, it will always be “The Zombie War,” [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: Neeta Lyfe: Zombie Exterminator by Karina Fabian

Those Zombies Are Nothing That a Little Lysol (and a great big chainsaw) Can’t Clean Up Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator, is a fun romp through the zombie genre that is more akin to Shaun of the Dead than to the more “serious” zombie books I’ve read (World War Z, The Reapers Are The Angels). The [Read More...]

Red, White, Blue and Zombies: Reviewing “Patient Zero” by Jonathan Maberry

My review for SFFaudio which they very kindly let me run here also. Jonathan Maberry caught my attention immediately with Patient Zero’s dedication: This book is dedicated to the often unsung and overlooked heroes who work in covert operations and the intelligence communities. And then he caught it again with the quote with which the [Read More...]


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