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The city of River's Edge has been quarantined due to a rodent borne rabies outbreak. But it quickly becomes clear to the citizens that the infection it is something much, much worse than rabies... The townsfolk are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents "bees" for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny attempt to sur The city of River's Edge has been quarantined due to a rodent borne rabies outbreak. But it quickly becomes clear to the citizens that the infection it is something much, much worse than rabies... The townsfolk are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents "bees" for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny attempt to survive the chaos in River's Edge while making their way north in search of sanctuary. No one knows what waits outside the quarantined zone, but Gavin and Benny know that to survive, they must escape.


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The city of River's Edge has been quarantined due to a rodent borne rabies outbreak. But it quickly becomes clear to the citizens that the infection it is something much, much worse than rabies... The townsfolk are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents "bees" for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny attempt to sur The city of River's Edge has been quarantined due to a rodent borne rabies outbreak. But it quickly becomes clear to the citizens that the infection it is something much, much worse than rabies... The townsfolk are attacked and fed upon by packs of the living dead. Labeling the infected residents "bees" for their tendency to travel in swarms, Gavin and Benny attempt to survive the chaos in River's Edge while making their way north in search of sanctuary. No one knows what waits outside the quarantined zone, but Gavin and Benny know that to survive, they must escape.

30 review for Dead Meat

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patrick D'Orazio

    Dead Meat is a zombie apocalypse tale told from the perspective of Gavin, a young man living in River's Edge when an outbreak of what the media claims is rabies spread by rats has already overtaken the town. The military has been called in and at the start of the story it’s clear that this is no normal case of rabies. Gavin meets Benny, who is hiding out on the roof of a convenience store, a couple of days into the mess the ‘bees’ (what Gavin dubs the undead/biters, because they tend to swarm to Dead Meat is a zombie apocalypse tale told from the perspective of Gavin, a young man living in River's Edge when an outbreak of what the media claims is rabies spread by rats has already overtaken the town. The military has been called in and at the start of the story it’s clear that this is no normal case of rabies. Gavin meets Benny, who is hiding out on the roof of a convenience store, a couple of days into the mess the ‘bees’ (what Gavin dubs the undead/biters, because they tend to swarm together when they attack) have created. Together, they try to make their way to Gavin's sister and parents who live in another town, but naturally there are a tremendous amount of obstacles in their way, including the military, who are exterminating the living along with the undead with extreme prejudice in an attempt to control the plague. While this story is in the traditional Romero mold with slow moving undead, this first person, present tense tale takes a different tact than many stories I've seen. You would expect this story to be about survival, which it is, and about dealing with human drama, which it also is about, but it really burrows down deep into issues of trust and how being a survivor changes a person much more than most. We go deep into Gavin’s paranoia and trust issues, as well as how tortured he is by what he is forced to witness and do to stay alive. While the story is about Gavin, it is Benny's tale too, along with Rickett, an old recluse they happen upon, and Henry (Henrietta) a girl they also find during their trip. But the dynamic between Gavin and Benny is the highlight here-how difficult and ugly it is for them to gain one another's trust and yet still not trust each other, how it seems that they're at each other's throats most of the time while still having to rely upon one another. It is a complex relationship and one that I was intrigued by from start to finish. The key element with this story is how each of the characters feels real, not limiting stereotypes with no depth, or even a meager attempt at giving them depth. Gavin is the main character but that doesn't make him extremely the hero of the tale-his paranoia tends to get annoying at points, as does his mistrust of almost everyone around him. Benny seems to be an unapologetic sociopath at times, while at other times it’s clear that he hasn't lost his humanity despite all the inhumane things he has been forced to do and seems to revel in. This story is as much a character study of these two as it is a saga of the zombie apocalypse. We see it all through Gavin's eyes and so the outside elements are limited-we know nothing of the military except for his limited perspective, nothing about what is going on outside of narrow sphere of his experiences, and as such a lot of minor details slip to the wayside while the dynamics of his relationship with Benny, Rickett, and Henry are explored in tremendous detail. Since I tend to favor zombie tales that devote most of their energy to the human relationships in them and how people are twisted and changed in a survivor tale, I found this story to be a highly entertaining entry into the zombieverse. It also has plenty of violence and action to spread around, making this something for pretty much all zombie fans to enjoy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Wicked ♥ (Wickedly Bookish Reviews) aka Bat-Jess

    Wickedly Bookish Reviews http://wickedlybookish.blogspot.com/ "Beliefs or anxieties, they don't matter. One way or another, death comes in the shape it wants and doesn't guarantee a pretty ending." Tragedy, horror, and the instinct to survive will do crazy things to a person, but how will they effect two young men who have barely struck out into adulthood? Dead Meat follows a small group of survivors as they discover the true extent of their recently ravaged world and find out first hand that t Wickedly Bookish Reviews http://wickedlybookish.blogspot.com/ "Beliefs or anxieties, they don't matter. One way or another, death comes in the shape it wants and doesn't guarantee a pretty ending." Tragedy, horror, and the instinct to survive will do crazy things to a person, but how will they effect two young men who have barely struck out into adulthood? Dead Meat follows a small group of survivors as they discover the true extent of their recently ravaged world and find out first hand that the promise of living another day will make you do things you never imagined were within your nature. This was how I interpreted the tone of the book as there are moments you start to second guess the sanity of the main characters Benny and Gavin. As a psychology major, I was immediately taken by the depth of each character and the range of development they go through. The action scenes are well thought out and spectacularly executed, but the true achievement of Dead Meat is in its characters. The Williams boys have obviously taken great pains in bringing the main characters to life and exploring the depths of human emotion, both light and dark, and it absolutely shows. What books have you read lately where you met a character who disturbs and terrifies you one moment, charms you the next, freaks you out again, and then heads straight into becoming one of your favorite, albeit slightly douchey, anti-heroes of all time? The anti-hero is a difficult character to pull off, but when done right, these characters always top my list, because we don't often get to see authors really push the limits with the classic hero. I can't even begin to describe how perfectly Benny both fit and exceeded my expectations. I hated Benny. I loved Benny. He frightened and repulsed me and with a turn of the page, he was being charming and heroic. WTF Benny? Why are you so crazy awesome? I haven't had a character mess with me like this...well...ever! "'Open the door,' I whisper. I swallow to moisten my throat and say it again, this time much louder. 'Open the door.'" And that ending? Obviously I won't spoil it for you, but HOLY CRAP! I never saw it coming and I usually have the story figured out fairly early on when I read. I will say that I'm fairly heartbroken over it, but satisfied all the same. I think the only complaint I have about this book is the female characters. There are only two, and both are fairly underwhelming. Not that they aren't well developed, they are, but one only makes a short appearance and the other is truly vile. I wanted at least one good, strong, female character, but didn't find it here. However, I can't exactly hold it against the authors as again, through the depth and realism of these characters, they show important aspects of how humans can experience and react to life and death situations. The Final Verdict Dead Meat is gritty, stunning, character driven zombie horror fiction that asks readers, what would you do to survive when you have everything to lose? Another edition to my must read zombie fiction list. FTC Disclosure I was provided a copy of this book by the authors and IO Tours in exchange for an honest review. I have received no compensation for my review. All opinions stated are my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shauni

    I know this has been said, but I am by nature not a Zombie fan. No more than that, I am a Romance Reader. Sure I have read many other genres and have even enjoyed some of them but at heart, I am a HEA kinda girl. There is also this part of me that can not deal with any type of tension or suspense.. Honestly, I couldn’t even watch I Love Lucy as a kid because her COMEDIC Suspense was too unbearable. Because of these two characteristics I tend to rarely go into the horror/suspense genre.. That be I know this has been said, but I am by nature not a Zombie fan. No more than that, I am a Romance Reader. Sure I have read many other genres and have even enjoyed some of them but at heart, I am a HEA kinda girl. There is also this part of me that can not deal with any type of tension or suspense.. Honestly, I couldn’t even watch I Love Lucy as a kid because her COMEDIC Suspense was too unbearable. Because of these two characteristics I tend to rarely go into the horror/suspense genre.. That being said, if one has to travel outside one’s comfort zone, Dead Meat was an excellent book to do so with. Yes this was a book about horror and destruction but there was so much more to it. It was about two people, who would under normal circumstances have met and forming a bond that is unbreakable. Even if they part and never see eachother again the bond has been forged. It is about fighting for your life and being determined to survive. I think the fact that Gavin and Benny chose to survive and fight touches me on an deep level. In today’s world, one often wonders if they will be able to stand and fight or if they would become one of the fallen. Or worse one of the living dead. Dead Meat made me think, seriously think. I often tell my children in the event of something, a school shooting, a terrorist attack, whatever.. that they have one job. To survive. Under any and all circumstances. I think Benny and Gavin bring that point home. Survival is rarely pretty. Pretty can come later for now do what you have to but survive. I liked the premise of this book as it originally brought to mind, for me at least the resurface of the plague. A severe case of rabies brought about by rats..Yes the human mind insists on finding rational reasons for everything. But as in all things the rational must accept that there are things out there that just aren’t rational. It is interesting that in order to survive Benny and Gavin must escape the quarantined zone, so in a way they too must take a leap of faith. They must accept that facing death is their only chance at survival. Dead Meat is one of those books that you read.. not always because you want to but because you have to.. Then years later you will remember parts of it, they will come back to you, niggle in places of your mind and you will suddenly have some sort of flashback. There are a couple of books that do that to me. And believe you me, I consider them Horror books *grins* so not gonna share their names because I don’t think many will agree with me. But my point being, it captures you. Whether you want it to or not. Do I suggest you read this book? Well, are you like me and a total wuss when it comes to good tension and suspense? Not crazy about edge of your seat reading? Or do you have that sense of adventure want to expand your reading? If you want a good, well written book with an excellent storyline and well developed characters, then yes read the book. If you are looking for a love story.. need I remind you, it’s about Zombies. But seriously, the brothers Williams write and excellent story.. Shauni For more reviews by Shauni check out Tea and Book and Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary Loesch

    Dead Meat Review for All Things Writing Brains….brains….I need brains…..mmmmm….. Yeah. That's what I expected when I read Dead Meat by Chris and Patrick Williams. I mean, c'mon. With a title like that, I figured the book would be all about zombies eating human flesh and walking around with no real destination in mind. Granted, there is some of that in this book, but there is so much more! First of all, the word zombie isn't ever mentioned. Gavin, the narrator, can't deal with thinking of them as on Dead Meat Review for All Things Writing Brains….brains….I need brains…..mmmmm….. Yeah. That's what I expected when I read Dead Meat by Chris and Patrick Williams. I mean, c'mon. With a title like that, I figured the book would be all about zombies eating human flesh and walking around with no real destination in mind. Granted, there is some of that in this book, but there is so much more! First of all, the word zombie isn't ever mentioned. Gavin, the narrator, can't deal with thinking of them as once being human, so he nicknames them bees. And they are kind of like that. These zombies sway and swarm together looking for a pattern to the world around them. Their world was once called River's Edge, a small town where rabies or "something" has become rampant. Though we never really find out what's up with that, it doesn't matter. River's Edge has a big problem with its residents eating each other and that's enough for Gavin and his new buddy, Benny, to try and leave town. Unfortunately, the government appears to have other plans for them and due to the "Exterminators" (soldiers at the edge of town who shoot both the living and the dead), their evacuation plan becomes harder than they imagined. This is a gory book. It's graphic in its violence and though I consider myself pretty seasoned when it comes to reading about death, this had me shuddering from time to time. However, that being said, I would not say that this is your typical zombie story. It really isn't about working together as a team or defeating the military. It's about survival and how far you are willing to trust another human being. Benny and Gavin's relationship is a tenuous balance of power and allows growth in both characters. I went from hating Benny to really thinking he was pretty cool and the kind of guy I might want around at Doomsday. Gavin is our every man who has to deal with what's happening and then figure out who he really is--wimp or fighter? I have to admit the ending did not make me happy. I sorta saw it coming, but I'm not a fan of first person narratives that end in this particular way. But that's just me and I won't spoil the outcome!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Peers

    Dead Meat is a US-based horror story. It sets itself aside from its peers by being small-town and centred around a core of protagonists. Our potential antagonists are... well... everybody else. That's the tone Dead Meat sets, and it's one hell of a ride. This book is not for the faint of heart, those with a weak disposition, nor for those with a bleak outlook on life. If you're in the doldrums, it's probably best that you don't pick up this book. Rarely have I seen such a desolate tone set and ca Dead Meat is a US-based horror story. It sets itself aside from its peers by being small-town and centred around a core of protagonists. Our potential antagonists are... well... everybody else. That's the tone Dead Meat sets, and it's one hell of a ride. This book is not for the faint of heart, those with a weak disposition, nor for those with a bleak outlook on life. If you're in the doldrums, it's probably best that you don't pick up this book. Rarely have I seen such a desolate tone set and carried through with force throughout the entire novel. Despite the counterpoint joviality of Rickett, who finds plucky joy in the direst of situations, you can't help but feel an ominous sense of dread. The ever-present 'bees', the zombies of the Dead Meat world, are both mindless and single-minded in their desire to devour. One of the more appealing elements of Dead Meat though, is that the zombies are not the only dimension this book has to offer. The undead are used as a tool to demonstrate the lesser side of humanity, and that which we might become if the shit were really to hit the fan. In Dead Meat, we are found wanting, as a plague is covered up, a community is torn apart, and the pleas of the doomed are ignored in favour for blood sport. I was in tears at the end. Literally. Now, I'm a softy by nature, but as a horror writer myself I like to think I can steel myself for literary devices. I saw the end coming. I predicted it. Well, most of it. Okay, some of it. A bit. It was heart-wrenching. I wanted to throw my book at the authors, but they were on another continent, and it was a Kindle. Suffice to say, I've settle for calling them swearwords via social media. I hope they haven't taken it badly. So as you can infer from this review, Dead Meat pulls at your strings. It doesn't pull its punches, and it doesn't hide its intentions. But it does give you a belter of a character-driven tale. In a genre where the monsters are so often the creatures pulling at your flesh, in Dead Meat, the monsters are us, and we tear each other apart.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angelique Jurd

    River's Edge has a problem. A severe outbreak of rabies has been declared and people are dying by the truckload. Sort of. A survivor by the name of Gavin who is trying to find his family has a feeling there is something more to this rabies outbreak and as the story progresses, and he encounters other survivors he discovers just what. River's Edge is full of zombies and they're hungry. Before long Gavin and his rag tag group have dubbed the zombies 'bees' in 'honor' of the way they swarm when atta River's Edge has a problem. A severe outbreak of rabies has been declared and people are dying by the truckload. Sort of. A survivor by the name of Gavin who is trying to find his family has a feeling there is something more to this rabies outbreak and as the story progresses, and he encounters other survivors he discovers just what. River's Edge is full of zombies and they're hungry. Before long Gavin and his rag tag group have dubbed the zombies 'bees' in 'honor' of the way they swarm when attacking - and not only do the survivors have to watch out for the bees, they are also in danger of being killed by the exterminators. Exterminators are soldiers who have been sent to well...exterminate the zombies. Or anything they might come across. Ok I have to be honest up front. I'm not a zombie fan. The idea makes me feel a little ill - not in an 'oh please, get real' kind of way. It's more of an 'oh please excuse me, I think I'm going to be sick' kind of way. I think it has something to do with the way zombies are portrayed as being so relentless and hungry...but I digress. Originally an online, serialised novel Dead Meat was no different, it made me feel ill. But that is not a criticism - it's a compliment. Well written with strong narrative, excellent characters and yes nausea inducing descriptions, Dead Meat is a good addition to any horror library and a must read for any zombiephile. Yes, such things exist. My sister is one.... It's impossible to not be drawn into the horror and desperation Gavin experiences as the story advances and this is testimony to the talent of the authors. A little online research suggests there are more instalments to come and I certainly hope so as the brothers' style and talent has certainly hooked me. Even if I am double checking all the locks tonight. For full review and more see http://justheardreadseen.com

  7. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

    Really great book, showing what people will do to survive, and yeah the zombies were just creepy! Like at the beginning, the road kill trying to kill...yeah, great book! *Full review to come 30/05/12* This was an awesome, chill-thrill book, heart-pounding, and terror filled novel. The characters were strong and weak during parts of the novel, when things got too hard, and they still kept going-survival is the name of the game, or in this case, the job, thought it's most definitely not a regular 9 Really great book, showing what people will do to survive, and yeah the zombies were just creepy! Like at the beginning, the road kill trying to kill...yeah, great book! *Full review to come 30/05/12* This was an awesome, chill-thrill book, heart-pounding, and terror filled novel. The characters were strong and weak during parts of the novel, when things got too hard, and they still kept going-survival is the name of the game, or in this case, the job, thought it's most definitely not a regular 9 to 5 job! I didn't like Benny at first, he swears almost every 3rd word, and while they are in a apocalypse with zombies that are pretty darn hard to kill, he didn't really need to. So that was a bit annoying, but balanced with Gavin, who was a bit calmer throughout the disaster, it evened out the book, and added contrast between the 2 guys. I really enjoyed the zombies, I haven't read any zombie books besides The Forest of Hands and Teeth series, so I don't know how they are in most other books, but the simple indestructible nature, of how hard it was to destroy them, and how they kept coming back, and didn't seem to feel any pain, well, that was just great! Loved reading that, and it really made the action scenes more intense, that they'd been human, and that they'd just keep coming and coming. It was awesome! Love the blood and gore! This was an awesome book, and yeah, really enjoyed it, all the bone smashing, zombie-killing, survival. Yep.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Surya Halim

    A zombie apocalypse survivor horror told from the point of view of a civilian, a young man named Gavin. The first quarter of the book is a little slow but the pace picks up quickly once the protagonists manage to leave their hometown. The story revolves around a world ravaged by "rabies" epidemic that turns the dead into zombies ("bees") that taste the surrounding air for food. The world is composed of the "Exterminators" (former US military gone rogue), "Pirates" (criminal gangs) and the suvivo A zombie apocalypse survivor horror told from the point of view of a civilian, a young man named Gavin. The first quarter of the book is a little slow but the pace picks up quickly once the protagonists manage to leave their hometown. The story revolves around a world ravaged by "rabies" epidemic that turns the dead into zombies ("bees") that taste the surrounding air for food. The world is composed of the "Exterminators" (former US military gone rogue), "Pirates" (criminal gangs) and the suvivors. Very quick paced towards the second half of the book. The government is portrayed as a sinister entity that tries to cover up problems at all costs through the use of exterminators. The survivors are living in a very bleak and hopeless world. Highly recommended.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jess(ToTheMoonAndBackReviews)

    I think the best aspect of the story, the part that drew me in more then any other zombie story is the fact that it seemed real. There was no group of survivor's know they are going to die, and instead of having that unrealistic hope and trying to band together to make sure they survive, they do what they have to do to make sure they are the last ones to die. I also liked that the army used the living to draw out the bee's (zombies.) It was also interesting how the virus was spread, through rabid I think the best aspect of the story, the part that drew me in more then any other zombie story is the fact that it seemed real. There was no group of survivor's know they are going to die, and instead of having that unrealistic hope and trying to band together to make sure they survive, they do what they have to do to make sure they are the last ones to die. I also liked that the army used the living to draw out the bee's (zombies.) It was also interesting how the virus was spread, through rabid rat's, that was definitely a new one. So for shade's of gray in a kill or be killed new world, this is definitely a book you want to give a try

  10. 5 out of 5

    Caridad cruz

    WOW!! I wish I can give it more stars. what a wonderful book!! This story blew my mind, it was very well written. I was so sorry to finish it. It was so action packed, back to back!! It was emotional, scary, creepy, there were good guys, bad guys,zombies, guts and gore galore!! I just couldn't put the book down, it was that good! I hope to see other books by these authors! The ending left me baffled, I did not suspect any of how it ended. I won't spoil it for you. I will say, get this book, your WOW!! I wish I can give it more stars. what a wonderful book!! This story blew my mind, it was very well written. I was so sorry to finish it. It was so action packed, back to back!! It was emotional, scary, creepy, there were good guys, bad guys,zombies, guts and gore galore!! I just couldn't put the book down, it was that good! I hope to see other books by these authors! The ending left me baffled, I did not suspect any of how it ended. I won't spoil it for you. I will say, get this book, your not going to regret it. You will not be able to put it down! I couldn't.!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mike Pruette

    The publishers description was adequate enough to get my attention, but I was disappointed because the publisher neglected to put a page about the authors. I don’t really know who Patrick and Chris Williams are yet, but I’m trying to find out because I want to read more of their stories. I wanted to read another good zombie book. I wasn’t really prepared for Dead Meat. Full review is posted at ZombiereadZ.com The publishers description was adequate enough to get my attention, but I was disappointed because the publisher neglected to put a page about the authors. I don’t really know who Patrick and Chris Williams are yet, but I’m trying to find out because I want to read more of their stories. I wanted to read another good zombie book. I wasn’t really prepared for Dead Meat. Full review is posted at ZombiereadZ.com

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brennan

    Read back when it was available online on the website. I've got to say it was one of my favorite reads, especially where zombie stories are concerned. The pacing was good, the characters were unique and interesting, the zombies were genuinely terrifying when they needed to be, and there was a goal for the whole story. Read back when it was available online on the website. I've got to say it was one of my favorite reads, especially where zombie stories are concerned. The pacing was good, the characters were unique and interesting, the zombies were genuinely terrifying when they needed to be, and there was a goal for the whole story.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Adonna

    Great cover. "About the Authors" page missing though. :-/ Twisted ending. Great cover. "About the Authors" page missing though. :-/ Twisted ending.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This is a very interesting book which tells the story differently than most others. The action is basically non stop with an unexpected twist at the ending. If your into the zombie crazed this book is a must read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Sargent

    It was an interesting, quick read. I recommend it. This review was given in exchange for a copy of the book provided by Goodreads Firstreads and the author.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Felicia A

    YAYYYYYYYYYY! Another editing project is now a published book! Be sure to check out Dead Meat for all your zombie needs.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Justin

    As much as I love zombie stories, I'm starting to get tired of all the "ex-cop/military guy with a cabinet full of guns rallies friends/neighbors/strangers to find safety during a zombie outbreak, and decides to keep a diary" stories. It takes something special to really impress me, and fortunately that's what I found in Chris and Patrick Williams' novel Dead Meat. In this novel, we don't get heroic alpha males or love amongst the ruins clichés. We get to see the zombie outbreak (and ruthless go As much as I love zombie stories, I'm starting to get tired of all the "ex-cop/military guy with a cabinet full of guns rallies friends/neighbors/strangers to find safety during a zombie outbreak, and decides to keep a diary" stories. It takes something special to really impress me, and fortunately that's what I found in Chris and Patrick Williams' novel Dead Meat. In this novel, we don't get heroic alpha males or love amongst the ruins clichés. We get to see the zombie outbreak (and ruthless government containment effort) through the eyes of the average, everyday screwups/psychos/losers in society. It's a refreshing change of pace to watch these people try to come to terms with what is happening all around them and making split-second decisions along the way that prove disastrous. Zombie 411: The authors don't really dwell on the physiology of these "bees." They appear to be your basic Romero-style zombies, but with a twitchier, almost snake-like way of sniffing out prey. The whole eating flesh and fatal headshot rules still apply. The good - Aside from the refreshing concept, the Williams give us some very memorable, very believable characters. You may not like them, but they're more authentic than you usually find in this genre. They hit the right mix of action and angst, and the pace and flow of the story is easy to get lost in. And the ending is easily the best and most satisfying conclusion I've seen since Eloise Knapp's The Undead Situation (another great novel in this style). The not so good - There's really not much to complain about here. Sure, some of the plot elements seem a bit far-fetched, but if you're willing to accept the whole zombie thing in the first place you can probably let that slide. There are also a few minor spelling/grammar errors that snuck by the editor, but not enough to be a real distraction. Dead Meat is an immensely satisfying zombie novel, and one that shouldn't disappoint the genre's devotees. It's also a great book to read if you're starting to get zombie fatigue, because it proves that there are still some good ideas out there.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joe

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tish Lott

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chricket Bruch

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mike

  22. 5 out of 5

    Johnson Tran

  23. 4 out of 5

    David Hersh

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

  25. 5 out of 5

    John

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jess McCrafty (Oddly~Enchanting)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Isabele

  28. 5 out of 5

    andrew

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mark

  30. 5 out of 5

    Louis E. Pfeifer

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