Zombie Books 9

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121.      Zombies in My Hometown

Author: Gary Wedlund
All Joe wants to do is go fishing. Little does he know that three days later, he’ll be leading a ragtag group of survivors through a zombie infested town. Things will certainly get a tad discombobulated in Central Ohio.
A mortician’s skin treatment has done its job a little too well. Aunt Millie makes a miraculous recovery. The funeral turns out a little like weddings do when the bride has a change of mind, or gets one of those overwhelming cravings for a slider. Friends, relatives, the mortician and even the televangelist, Reverend Purswell, are left to sort out the leftovers.
Nobody knows what the mess is all about until confronted with the exponentially born again. As more of the recently deceased munch the town, the police will have one idea about how to confront the zombies and the Reverend Purswell another.
While everyone else is engaged with tom-foolery, Officer Sandra Anderson and Joe, get to the bottom of the horror, one grave encounter at a time. Not much of a first date, huh? What ever happened to dinner and a movie?

122.      Domain of the Dead

Author: Ian McKinnon
The world is dead, devoured by a plague of reanimated corpses. In a crumbling city Sarah, Nathan, and a band of survivors barricade themselves inside a warehouse surrounded by a sea of shambling putrefaction. Days in seclusion blur by, and their food is nearly gone. The group is faced with two possible deaths: creeping starvation, or the undead outside the warehouse. As Sarah stands on the edge of the warehouse roof preparing to step out into oblivion she spots a glimmer of hope. In the distance a helicopter approaches the city … but is it the salvation the survivors have been waiting for? And do they dare attempt to fight their way through the mass of infected dead to reach it?

123.      The Lifeless: A Zombie Novel

Author: Lorne Dixon


A school full of kids. A mysterious yellow rain. High school will never be the same. They are outcasts and misfits, teenagers lost on the path to adulthood, living day-to-day inside a high school culture of taunts, humiliation, and isolation. They are the misunderstood, the neglected, and the abused. They are . . . The Lifeless. For them, every school day is a nightmare. But on Monday, October 2nd, they will discover the true meaning of terror. Classes are cut short by news of explosions in the city across the river, part of a series of horrific terrorist attacks that paralyze the nation. But that is only the beginning: amber clouds fill the sky, burning rain pelts down, and the surviving students of Verlaine High learn that their tormentors have mutated into something far worse-reanimated corpses with a primordial instinct for murder. It’s time to stand up to the in-crowd . . . or be consumed by it.

124.      Resurrection: Zombie Epic

Author: Tim Curran
The rain is falling and the dead are rising. It began at an ultra-secret government laboratory. Experiments in limb regeneration-an unspeakable union of Medieval alchemy and cutting edge genetics result in the very germ of horror itself: a gene trigger that will reanimate dead tissue…any dead tissue. Now it’s loose. It’s gone viral. It’s in the rain. And the rain has not stopped falling for weeks. As the country floods and corpses float in the streets, as cities are submerged, the evil dead are rising. And they are hungry. Limited Edition 666 page Hardback.

125.      Lakewood Memorial (Zombie Trilogy, Book 1)

Author: Robert R. Best
The small town of Lakewood has been overrun by the walking dead. In a single night, the world has descended into a madness of biting teeth and a sickness that kills but does not kill. Caught at the center of it is Angie Land, young single mother and nurse’s aide at Lakewood Memorial Hospital. She and a handful of others are lucky enough to survive the initial assault, but how long will they last? And more importantly to Angie, how long will her kids – waiting at home – survive?

126.      Among the Living: A Zombie Novel

Author: Timothy W. Long
Mike works for a small news paper in Seattle. He has everyday problems just like everyone else: a delusional ex-wife who mourns the loss of their son with pills and a bottle of booze. An attractive co-worker he wishes he could pursue but fears her rejection. Kate has a dark secret. Outwardly she is a perfectly normal woman with perfectly unnatural needs. Kate is a budding young serial killer who lures men to hotel rooms for a night of kinky sex, and a date with her razor sharp knife. Grinder sings for Corpse for a Day, a heavy metal band on verge of making it big. He rejects the idea so the band can keep their occult lyrics and originality in tact. Lester is content to smoke and drink the day away while the outside world descends into chaos. When the National Guard cuts off his neighborhood he and his beautiful girlfriend hide out and wait for the madness to pass. Who will remain Among the Living?

127.      The Estuary

Author: Derek Gunn
Journalist John Pender has returned to his home town of Whiteshead to rekindle his marriage. Ex-British Intelligence Officer Dave Johnson has arrived to isolate himself after his fiancee is murdered during a mission that went terribly wrong. But excavations for the new shopping centre unearth a mysterious contagion that threatens to throw their lives into chaos. Now the residents of Whiteshead are trapped within a quarantine zone with the military on one side and ravenous hordes on the other. Escape is no longer an option. Far out in the mouth of the estuary a small keep sits forlornly surrounded by an apron of jagged rocks. This refuge has always been unassailable, a place of myth and legend that has grown in folklore through the years. Now, it’s the survivors’ only hope of sanctuary. But there are thousands of flesh-eating infected between them and the keep and time is running out.

128.      As The World Dies: The First Days: A Zombie Trilogy

Author: Rhiannon Frate
Two very different women flee into the Texas Hill Country on the first day of the zombie rising. Together they struggle to rescue loved ones, find other survivors, and avoid the hungry undead.

129.      As The World Dies: Fighting To Survive: A Zombie Trilogy

Author: Rhiannon Frater
Katie and Jenni have found new lives with the survivors of their makeshift fort, but danger still lurks. Nothing is easy in the new world where the dead walk and every day is a struggle to keep safe. As the elements, bandits, and the zombie horde threaten their safe haven, Jenni and Katie join the other survivors in fighting to survive as the world dies.

130.      As The World Dies: Siege: A Zombie Trilogy

Author: Rhiannon Frater
Katie and Jenni face threats from within and outside the fort as the dead world becomes more dangerous. As forces conspire to seize control of the fort, Jenni, Katie and the other survivors face hard choices that could result in the deaths of those they love or even the end of their own lives.

131.      Pain

Author : Harry Shannon
In this black horror comedy, a Top Secret virus infects the water supply of a mountain town.
Two mercenary soldiers, a retiring doctor and a handful of terrified patients struggle to defend a remote mountain ER against a mob of the living dead.
Through one long, harrowing night the living will learn there are many different kinds of PAIN!

132.     The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From The Living Dead

Author: Max Brooks


In this outrageous parody of a survival guide, Saturday Night Live staff writer Brooks prepares humanity for its eventual battle with zombies. One would expect the son of Mel Brooks to have a genetic predisposition to humor, and indeed, he does, and he exhibits it relentlessly here: he outlines virtually every possible zombie-human encounter, drafts detailed plans for defense and attack and outlines past recorded attacks dating from 60,000 B.C. to 2002. In planning for that catastrophic day when “the dead rise,” Brooks urges readers to get to know themselves, their bodies, their weaponry, their surroundings and, just in case, their escape routes.

133.  World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War

Author: Max Brooks


Brooks tells the story of the world’s desperate battle against the zombie threat with a series of first-person accounts “as told to the author” by various characters around the world.

134.  Z.E.O.: How to Get A (Head) in Business ( Zen of Zombies Series)

Author: Scott Kenemore


In Z.E.O. by Scott Kenemore, frustrated employees will finally find inspiration in a source they can already relate to: zombies! A guide for any Joe-lunchbox or aspiring-C.E.O., Z.E.O. illustrates how the lessons learned from zombies and zombie films can be applied—from the typing-pool to the boardroom—to further a professional career, increase personal and corporate wealth, and harness the tools to personal success.

135. The Zen of Zombie: Better Living Through the Undead

Author: Scott Kenemore


Do you struggle out of bed each morning and sway lifelessly across the room, mouth agape, arms hanging slack, murmuring unintelligibly? Well, take heart: you’re not alone!  But these other staggering, limp, perpetually drowsy folks just happen to be zombies—and it turns out they can teach us a lot about enjoying life.

136. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Author: Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith


This may be the most wacky by-product of the busy Jane Austen fan-fiction industry—at least among the spin-offs and pastiches that have made it into print. In what’s described as an “expanded edition” of Pride and Prejudice, 85 percent of the original text has been preserved but fused with  “ultraviolent zombie mayhem.” For more than 50 years, we learn, England has been overrun by zombies, prompting people like the Bennets to send their daughters away to China for training in the art of deadly combat, and prompting others, like Lady Catherine de Bourgh, to employ armies of ninjas.

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