Fall Of Night

Author: Jonathan Maberry
Editor: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1250034957
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Stebbins Little School is full of bodies. It's unthinkable to Desdemona Fox. Children are sobbing as panicked teachers and neighbors beat down their family members outside of the school...or the things that used to be their family members. Parents don't eat their children do they? Officers Fox and Hammond, along with journalist Billy Trout, are calling it the beginning of the end. This is the zombie apocalypse. An insane escaped serial killer is infecting Stebbins County with a deadly virus, and now the whole world is watching while Fox, Trout, and the remaining inhabitants of Stebbins fight for their life against...what? The undead? The President and the National Guard are ready to nuke Stebbins, PA off the map and cut their losses. But the infection is spreading and fast. Worse, the scientist who created the virus is missing. It's a numbers game as the body count rises; Fox has to contain the infected and evacuate the living before it's too late, and the clock is ticking... Fall of Night, Maberry's nail-biting sequel to Dead of Night, picks up where the first novel left off—on a wild goose chase for a madman and the missing scientist who gave him new "un"-life. Chilling, gory, and hair-raisingly scary, Maberry fans won't be able to read this fast-paced thriller with the lights off.

The Zombie Book

Author: Nick Redfern
Editor: Visible Ink Press
ISBN: 1578595312
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Rampaging, driven, killing machines. Soulless and dead. Infected and infectious. Zombies. The epidemic of the living dead is stronger than ever in today’s pop-culture, but long before exotic viruses, biological warfare, and sinister military experiments brought the dead back to life in our cinemas and on our television screens, there were the dark spells and incantations of the ancient Egyptians, the Sumerians, and the Babylonians. Blending the historical with the modern, the biographical with the literary, the plants and animals with bacteria and viruses, the mythological with the horrifying true tales, The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead is a comprehensive resource to understanding, combating, and avoiding zombies. More than 250 entries cover everything from hit television shows, books, and movies, including The Walking Dead, World War Z and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, to zombies’ ignominious role in folklore and mythology, such as the Greek god Asclepius, ancient Voodoo religion, and the Native American Wendigo legend. The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead examines mad cow disease, the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, the Centers for Disease Control preparing for the end of the world, and much, much more.

Rise Of The Zombies

Author: Drac Von Stoller
Editor: Drac Von Stoller
ISBN: 1465843728
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During the 1700's, Black Beard's ship, the "Queen Anne's Revenge" ran aground at the entrance to Beaufort inlet and wasn't discovered until hundreds of years later. During an expedition of the sunken ship "The Queen Anne's Revenge," something went terribly wrong, but the effects of that incident would not be felt until years later when a barrel of an unknown substance was tossed overboard during the expedition. The barrel took several years to erode, but when it did that's when all hell broke loose. The substance oozing out of the barrel on the ocean floor brought Black Beard and his men to life as zombies, causing them to become hungry for flesh and surface to the top of the ocean and head inland for flesh.

Once Upon A Zombie

Author: Billy Phillips
Editor: Gatekeeper Press
ISBN: 1642370223
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THE AWARD-WINNING SERIES CONTINUES... Once Upon a Zombie, Book One: The Color of Fear, is the winner of numerous awards, including best YA Fiction (The Purple Dragonfly Award), Best Preteen novel (National Indie Excellence Awards), Best Juvenile Fiction (The President's Award), and featured on Kirkus's Best Books of the Year list. And now the much-anticipated sequel has arrived! Caitlin Fletcher is stunned when all the living dead characters from her last adventure in Wonderland vanished from her life. Had it all been a dream? A hallucination? Or did she suffer some kind of nervous breakdown because of the tragedy she was forced to confront? If only it was that simple... It turns out the truth is far more frightening! Everything Caitlin holds dear is threatened when the Lord of the Curtain, the mysterious enchanter from another universe, reaches into Caitlin's world, bringing darkness and death into her life. Her crippling fears, which she had finally gotten under control, now threaten to swallow her whole as her sanity is called into question, her family is in grave danger and a mutant flock of crowmen is sent to hunt her down and kill her. Walking dead Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the Tin Man, and Scarecrow are just some of the blood-eyed zombies Caitlin must confront as she races against time to prevent her family from succumbing to a powerful force of unspeakable darkness. Provided the zombified mutant crowmen don't catch her first!

Books Of The Dead

Author: Tim Lanzendörfer
Editor: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496819071
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The zombie has cropped up in many forms--in film, in television, and as a cultural phenomenon in zombie walks and zombie awareness months--but few books have looked at what the zombie means in fiction. Tim Lanzendörfer fills this gap by looking at a number of zombie novels, short stories, and comics, and probing what the zombie represents in contemporary literature. Lanzendörfer brings together the most recent critical discussion of zombies and applies it to a selection of key texts including Max Brooks's World War Z, Colson Whitehead's Zone One, Junot Díaz's short story "Monstro, " Robert Kirkman's comic series The Walking Dead, and Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Within the context of broader literary culture, Lanzendörfer makes the case for reading these texts with care and openness in their own right. Lanzendörfer contends that what zombies do is less important than what becomes possible when they are around. Indeed, they seem less interesting as metaphors for the various ways the world could end than they do as vehicles for how the world might exist in a different and often better form.

The Zombie Haggadah

Author: Elisha Simkovich
Editor: Bookbaby
ISBN: 9781483596006
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"The Zombie Haggadah is a hilarious, yet disturbing, guide to the annual discussions of the zombie exodus from Egypt and the ten curses that befell their mummy captors. The text is based on the traditional Passover guidebook, the Haggadah, and features commentary from zombie sages referencing zombie versions of Talmudic sources and biblical stories. The Zombie Haggadah delves into crevices one would never think a half-eaten zombie brain could reach, but also introduces topics one would never think a family seder could reach. You can't find a more fun, deranged, and perfect way to bring even the most dead seder tables back to undeath"--

My Zombie

Author: John M. Bowe
Editor: Graphic Connections Group
ISBN: 163110389X
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In 2028, Earth was decimated by the great zombie invasion when a virus and then contamination struck the earth. The virus started in the Eastern European countries by first striking all military and all law enforcement agencies. With no one to protect the general population the contamination spread quickly and devastated the population. The military and law enforcement agencies in Eastern European countries blamed the virus on a mandatory vaccine that was administered to them by their respective governments. The politicians of the governments blamed the contamination on terrorists. The contamination spread quickly throughout the region and then spread quickly to other continents, Asia, Australia, Africa and even Antarctica. The military and law enforcement agencies in North and South America prevented the contamination from spreading. It did hurt major cities in those continents before it was eradicated. There was only minor damaged economically to the Western hemisphere but damage to the rest of the world was devastating. In 2031, the Panzer Pharmaceutical Company developed an antidote called Erzombie that could tame zombies and not spread contamination to humans. Planet Earth had a decision to make to either exterminate or domesticate the zombies.

Planet Of The Dead

Author: John Stowers
Editor:
ISBN: 9781935458739
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In the future, NASA's first yearlong mission to Mars mysteriously loses contact with Earth. When the desperate crew of the Space Shuttle Aldrin arrives home, there are no marching bands, fanfares, or joyous reunions to greet them, only a lonely trek across a barren world. At a darkened military base hidden in the desert, the crew stumbles upon a mystery of locked doors, disarray, and bloodstained walls. They also recover a dormant laptop, complete with a journal telling of a nightmarish pandemic sweeping across the planet. Where society once rushed to and fro in the fast-paced and unceasing rat race of the early 21st century, the crew of the Aldrin now finds a world that shambles along on a crumbling highway, littered with desperate characters, flesh-craving zombies, and maybe, if they are lucky, a few living survivors. Welcome to Earth. Or by its new name, the Planet of the Dead.

The Zombie Handbook

Author: Rob Sacchetto
Editor: Ulysses Press
ISBN: 1569757054
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"The Zombie Handbook" reveals the vital information that human readers need to know about identifying, understanding, and, when things get ugly, dispatching the "living dead."

Eden

Author: Tony Monchinski
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1934861170
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Overnight the world transforms into a barren wasteland ravaged by plague and overrun by hordes of flesh-eating zombies. A small band of desperate men and women stand their ground in a fortified compound in what had once been Queens, New York. They've named their sanctuary Eden. Harris--the unusual honest man in this dead world--races against time to solve a murder while fighting to maintain his own humanity. Ultimately, the danger posed by the dead and diseased masses clawing at Eden's walls pales in comparison to the deceit and treachery Harris faces within.

The Zombie Book

Author: Diana Graves
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781984354013
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Erin is a single mom facing the Zombie Apocalypse alone until she stumbles...is chased by a horde of rotting corpses, into an adorable group of bad ass zombie hunting, video gaming playing man-children and their sweet doting Gran Gran/ mad genius... But if Erin has learned anything from the end of the world, it's that humans are far scarier than any flesh-eating zombie. Deadlier too.

Breakout The Zombie Apocalypse Book 2

Author: Craig Jones
Editor: Pants On Fire Press
ISBN: 162517568X
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In this sequel to Outbreak: The Zombie Apocalypse, Matt Hawkins strives for redemption following Britain's first zombie outbreak. His internal struggles and his psychological analysis of those around him lead him to question the ethics of humanity and himself as he fights to survive the apocalypse. Hawkins perception of the immoral decisions of the leadership in seeking a possible cure force him to reevaluate his past and question his own motives as he tries desperately to conceal a secret that could ruin him and prevent him from keeping the fragile promise which has become his only motivation to live. From the sanctuary of the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales to the promise of an escape through the Channel Tunnel in Folkestone, Kent, their only hope for survival and for the possibility of ending the zombie outbreak, the diverse group of people experience loss while they hope for success but all at a very high price.

Zombie Culture

Author: Shawn McIntosh
Editor: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810860430
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Why have zombies resonated so pervasively in the popular imagination and in media, especially films? Why have they proved to be one of the most versatile and popular monster types in the growing video game industry? What makes zombies such widespread symbols of horror and dread, and how have portrayals of zombies in movies changed and evolved to fit contemporary fears, anxieties, and social issues? Zombies have held a unique place in film and popular culture throughout most of the 20th century. Rare in that this enduring monster type originated in non-European folk culture rather than the Gothic tradition from which monsters like vampires and werewolves have emerged, zombies have in many ways superseded these Gothic monsters in popular entertainment and the public imagination and have increasingly been used in discussions ranging from the philosophy of mind to computer lingo to the business press. Zombie Culture brings together scholars from a variety of fields, including cinema studies, popular culture, and video game studies, who have examined the living dead through a variety of lenses. By looking at how portrayals of zombies have evolved from their folkloric roots and entered popular culture, readers will gain deeper insights into what zombies mean in terms of the public psyche, how they represent societal fears, and how their evolving portrayals continue to reflect underlying beliefs of The Other, contagion, and death.

Gardening For The Zombie Apocalypse

Author: Phil Clarke
Editor: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 1789542375
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Climate change? Brexit? Screaming brain-biters? Don't lose the plot – this book can help! Irreverent, straightforward and useful, it shows even complete beginners how to grow enough of their own food to survive when Armageddon arrives and imports collapse – or even if they don't. A grow-your-own guide for the generation who'd rather eat compost than watch Gardeners' World, it tells you how to sow and grow 20 key crops, whether you have two pots, a patio or a whole allotment to play with. It takes you through what seeds, tools and other kit you'll need, teaches you how to plan and plant your site for maximum nutrition, and suggests gardening projects to get underway while civilization still stands, from growing dinner in a dustbin to a juice bar on a balcony – all while sticking a garden fork in the eye of the undead. Gardening for the Zombie Apocalypse: surviving has never been so much fun.

Book Of The Dead

Author: Jamie Russell
Editor: Titan Books
ISBN: 9781781169254
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Shares the history of zombies in cinema, offers historical context to an exhaustive zombie filmography, and discusses how the images of zombies have changed throughout their history.

Empire

Author: David Dunwoody
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1934861022
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The outbreak began in 2007. It¿s now 2112. The crippled U.S. government is giving up its fight against an undead plague. Military forces and aid have been withdrawn from the last coastal cities, leaving those who choose to stay in the ¿badlands¿ defenseless against hordes of zombified humans and animals. It¿s been a hopeless battle from the beginning. The undead, born of an otherworldly energy fused with a deadly virus, have no natural enemies. But they do have one supernatural enemy¿ Death himself. Descending upon the ghost town of Jefferson Harbor, Louisiana, the Grim Reaper embarks on a bloody campaign to put down the legions that have defied his touch for so long. He will find allies in the city¿s last survivors, and a nemesis in a man who wants to harness the force driving the zombies¿a man who seeks to rebuild America into an empire of the dead.

Better Off Dead

Author: Deborah Christie
Editor: Fordham Univ Press
ISBN: 0823234460
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What has the zombie metaphor meant in the past? Why does it continue to be, so prevalent in our culture? This collection seeks to provide an archaeology of the zombietracing its lineage from Haiti, mapping its various cultural transformations, and suggesting the post-humanist direction in which the zombie is ultimately heading.

The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia

Author: Peter Dendle
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786455209
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Zombies are cautionary forms of humankind’s most universally cherished ideal—life after death. Ragged, ill-spoken, rotting zombies (or the post-dead) seem socially awkward beside the more popular and aristocratic undead, like Count Dracula. The humble zombie remains, for the most part, unappreciated and unacknowledged—until now. The first exhaustive historical overview of zombie films, this book’s lengthy entries evaluate more than 200 movies from 16 countries over a 65-year period from the early 1930s to the late 1990s. It covers everything from large studio films to backyard videography, and touches on memorable television episodes and miscellaneous shorts. An introduction traces the evolution of the genre and interprets the broader significance of the zombie in contemporary Western mythology.

Siren Songs

Author: E. E. Isherwood
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781523857838
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It's the Apocalypse. Lots of people die. Liam and Victoria helped 104-year-old Grandma Marty escape the zombie-filled urban chaos of St. Louis and are almost at his home. Once Liam gets Marty into his parents' supervision, he'll be free of the burden of caring for her. Then maybe he can help Victoria get back to Colorado, though he admits he is totally smitten with his new friend. As a voracious reader of zombie books, Liam remains cautious because nothing is ever as simple as it seems during the Zombie Apocalypse. While they race for his suburban home, the swelling zombie horde nips at their heels and shows no sign of stopping. It confirms things will continue to get worse, even outside the city. But Liam's resolve reaches a breaking point when Victoria's life is threatened by someone he thought was a friend. He endures many challenges in the hills and forests outside the sprawl, and learns someone is chewing up human test subjects in their quest for a cure. Only when he stumbles upon a mass grave does he finally see the direct threat to his grandma. Siren Songs is the exciting second installment of E. E. Isherwood's hit post-apocalyptic series Sirens of the Zombie Apocalypse. If you like to watch society collapse, zombie hordes bear down on the heroes, and skin-of-teeth escapes, you won't be able to put down this awesome read! The Sirens of the Zombie Apocalypse series. Book 1: Since the Sirens Book 2: Siren Songs Book 3: Stop the Sirens Book 4: Last Fight of the Valkyries Book 5: Zombies vs Polar Bears Book 6: Zombies Ever After Author's Notes:Siren Songs continues the story of Liam, Marty, and Victoria, and approximately covers days 4-8 since the sirens blared in book 1.

The Zombie Zone

Author: Ron Roy
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ISBN: 9780439785532
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Reports of zombies and grave-robbers alarm the people of a Louisiana swampland village, but Ruth Rose, Josh, and Dink begin to suspect that the supernatural may not be the cause of the eerie occurrences.