Back when I was in high school, one of my English teachers kept a small bookshelf with different books for us to read if we had nothing to occupy ourselves with. One day I started a book that I didn’t get to finish, but wished I had. I’ve been searching for this particular book off …

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I have been to World War Z, lived to tell the tale…and loved it. For the past 3 years I have read horror (specifically zombies) to the exclusion of almost anything else (barring food box ingredient lists and one accidental slip where I read The Silver Linings Playbook.  Yeah, I loved that one too.)  The …

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Jack Hamlyn has officially returned the vampire to it’s rightful place in horror.  The tyranny of the sparkly vampire has come to an end.  Hamlyn’s new tale, Vampirus, goes back to the roots of the creature.  His vampires don’t drive stylish cars and make friends with the local mortals.  They die in delirious agony, and …

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Almost a year ago I read “The Walking Dead: Compendium 1” which was books 1-48).  I read it in anticipation of the beginning of the AMC show of the same name.  Incidentally, “The Walking Dead” was also the first graphic novel series I had read, so it was a new experience for me all the …

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“Zombie Zoology” is just about as wild as it gets.  All puns aside, I am really impressed with this book.  I was a little skeptical at the beginning when I bought the book, because I wasn’t sure how many zombie tales could involve animals and yet still be fresh and exciting.  Although the movie was …

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“Zombie Zoology” is just about as wild as it gets.  All puns aside, I am really impressed with this book.  I was a little skeptical at the beginning when I bought the book, because I wasn’t sure how many zombie tales could involve animals and yet still be fresh and exciting.  Although the movie was …

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