Author: E. Z. Graves
My name is Josh. I don’t know my last name, and I don’t really know how I became a zombie, but I do know I have to tell you this story.
We’re “love zombies,” and we have joined forces with some breather teens who fight out of the La Jolla Caves.
We’re going on a dangerous mission, and we want you to come with us. Zombie teens in this book can talk, and they can fight,
and they join forces with breather teens who want to make their own mark in this battle to the death with the Zombie Apocalypse.
Since we are dead, we can infiltrate the old school zombies and find out the source of the plague.
With the help of world renowned geneticist, Dr. Mike Barkin, we’re going to kick these creepers in the ass, and we’re going to grease our swords with
their brains. My name is Josh, no last name, and I’m a zombie hunter. I’m also in love with another zombie named Tasha.
We’ll take you with us as we crush these hordes where they live–deep inside their hive–and what happens to us will happen to you because you’ll be
dead too, one day, and that day might be coming sooner than you think! If the zeros don’t get you, then we will. But, hey, seriously? We’re the good guys.
Or, are we? Check out this book to find out the truth–if you can handle the truth, that is. Not many adults can. I suppose we’re their last hope.
Nice to have you with us. We’ll watch your back if you watch ours.
In this prequel to S.W. Tanpepper’s GAMELAND series, a molecular geneticist creates an experimental antidote against a synthetic military virus developed to reanimate the dead. Hoping to avert a human disaster with global implications, he plans to test it on himself, but to do so he will first have to self-administer the zombie virus and allow the infection to run its full course. The process and the aftermath are captured in a series of voice recordings, leaving their audience little doubt about the experiment’s spectacular–and horrific–outcome.
161. Gameland Series
Author: Saul Tenpepper
In the center of Long Island’s zombie wasteland, overseen by a megalithic corporation known as Arc Properties, is a virtual reality gaming arcade:
It’s here that the rich pit the Undead against each other in a high stakes game of violence, money and power, all for the entertainment of the masses.
On a whim, six young computer hackers decide to sneak onto the island, hopeful of catching a glimpse of the uncontrolled Infecteds,
victims of the outbreak there a decade earlier. But while breaking into The Game is easier than any of them could have ever imagined,
getting back out turns into one hell of a killer.
Author: Mikhail Lerma
Cale, a U.S. Army Soldier, is in the middle of one conflict, just as another more terrifying one has begun.
His nightmares have become a reality; the world it seems has gone insane. The insurgents are the least of his worries now.
Instead, the undead have become the new enemy.
Fighting for his life at every turn, and losing friends along the way, he must trek across the globe just in the hopes that he will hold his wife and daughter in his arms again.
163. Hamlet Z
Author: Gil Austin
Claudius, in murdering his brother, stealing his throne, bedding his wife and desecrating his corpse, has committed blasphemy so grievous
it has disrupted the natural order of the cosmos. Now a curse has fallen across the world — the dead are rising from their graves and marching
inexorably toward Denmark, devouring all in their path. Hamlet must fight through his grief and rage in order to lift the curse,
lay his father’s walking body to rest, and exact revenge upon his murdering uncle, the pretender to the throne.
164. The Undead
The Undead (book one) is a wide-ranging introduction to a nightmarish world in which the last few million humans still living deal with life in the shadow of a
terrible and incurable virus that is slowly killing civilization off.
In an all-consuming terror of their own making, the people of the zombie-filled future are trying to deal with a harsh and unforgiving world
one problem at a time.
The Undead contains descriptions of torture and murder and is not suitable for persons under the age of 18, or those of a nervous disposition.
The book describes a fictitious post-apocalyptic world beset by billions of undead human beings, and so any similarities between any actual events
or persons, alive or dead, is purely coincidental.
Imagine being trapped aboard the doomed Titanic on an icy Atlantic. . . with the walking dead.
This fast-paced thriller reimagines the historical events of the fateful Titanic voyage through the lens of zombie mayhem.
Captain Edward Smith and his inner circle desperately try to contain a weaponized zombie virus smuggled on board with the 2,200 passengers sailing to
New York. Faced with an exploding population of lumbering, flesh-hungry undead, Smith’s team is forced into bloody hand-to-hand combat down the
narrow halls of the huge steamer. In its few short days at sea, the majestic Titanic turns into a Victorian bloodbath,
steaming at top speed toward a cold, blue iceberg.
It’s Macbeth.. but with zombies. Some of the lines in this play might end up, well… blank.
Author: Linda J. Butler
Strange things are happening in Los Angeles: a vintage guitar shop owner finds a strange woman lingering near his shop as he closes up for the night; a homeless man attacks a waitress returning home from the late shift; the residents of a West Los Angeles apartment complex are awoken in the middle of the night to discover a group of strange people attacking a man in the building’s courtyard. In each instance the attackers move slowly and unsteadily, with eyes that are milky white and teeth like razors. Similar events are happening all over the city. Videos of the attacks have begun to filter onto the internet. The media is blaming the outbreak of violence on terrorists. The actual cause is far more insidious.
168. Alive Inside
Author: L.V. Dunn
When 17 year old Janey wakes up with a headache she knows that it’s going to be a bad day, but nothing could prepare her for HOW bad…
Within 24 hours she has died and reanimated; one of the countless victims of a plague that is sweeping the globe and threatening the entire human race.
The living are calling them “zombies” but Janey knows better.
She is still alive, trapped within, but unable to control a body whose only desire is to feed.
169. Dead Stop
Author: D. Nathan Hilliard
This novel is the story of a small group of people trapped in a rural truckstop during a violent storm by the inhabitants of a nearby graveyard.
The dead are staring in the windows, and it is only a matter of time until the truck stop is breached. Already outnumbered and surrounded,
the dwindling group of locals, waitresses, truckers, and one astonished veterinarian discover they only have until dawn to escape.
170. The Dead Chronicles: Outbreak
From the frozen tundras of Green Bay, WI to the sun soaked coasts of Florida, “Outbreak” is journey of people trying to understand and survive
a world-wide viral infection causing zombie like effects in the people we love.
171. The Dead War Series: BOOK 1
George L. Cook III
The US Army doesn’t run from any enemy, living……or dead!
In the year 2053 the dead walked. Mankind was caught off guard at first but within six years mounted a massive military assault on the dead.
These are the stories of some of those men and women that fought back.
These are the stories of some trying to find a “cure”.
These are the stories of those that are just trying to survive the nightmare of the walking dead.
These are the stories of those that caused The Dead War.
172. Tooth And Nail
As a new plague related to the rabies virus infects millions, America recalls its military forces from around the world to safeguard hospitals and other vital buildings.
Many of the victims become rabid and violent but are easily controlled-that is, until so many are infected that they begin to run amok, spreading slaughter and disease.
173. The Infection
A mysterious virus suddenly strikes down millions. Three days later, its victims awake with a single purpose: spread the Infection. As the world lurches toward the apocalypse, some of the Infected continue to change, transforming into horrific monsters. In one American city, a small group struggles to survive.
174. The Killing Floor
The mystery virus struck down millions. Three days later, its victims awoke with a single violent purpose: spread the Infection. As the world lurched toward the apocalypse, some of the Infected continued to change, transforming into horrific monsters.
Stephen Crane, Steven A. Thompson
In this novel, the Confederate army has been replaced with an even more fearsome army of the undead called “rotters” by most soldiers.
The Union army faces swarms of thousands of zombies who advance despite artillery fire and bullets. Young Henry Fleming fears he will be unable to summon his courage when his moment of truth arrives.