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The living dead are alive than ever Zombies have become than an iconic monster for the 21st century They are now a phenomenon constantly revealing as much about ourselves and our fascination with death resurrection and survival as our love for the supernatural or post apocalyptic speculation Our most imaginative literary minds have been devoured by these incredible creatures and produced exciting insightful and unflinching new works of zombie fiction We've again dug up the best stories published in the last few years and compiled them into an anthology to feed your insatiable hunger©2014 Paula Guran P2014 Audible Inc• Joanne Anderton “Trail of Dead”• Michael Arnzen “Rigormarole” poem• Marie Brennan “What Still Abides• Mike. My thanks to NetGalley and Prime Books for an eARC copy of this book to read and reviewMeh DNF at 40% ish There was maybe one story that I read that I liked The rest were either meh or Oh HELL no Good compilation if you are a true Dead Head I suppose Most of the stories are about the stupidity and evil ness of humans rather than zombies though zombies are present Not my bag but one I would recommend to those who are into zombies and don t mind reading about people being depressingly real 2 I didn t hate it stars

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Ss “What Maisie Knew”• Jonathan Maberry “Jack Jill”• Alex Dally MacFarlane “Selected Sources for the Babylonian Plague of the Dead 572 571 BCE”• Maureen McHugh “The Naturalist”• Lisa Mannetti “Resurgam”• Joe McKinney “The Day the Music Died”• Tamsyn Muir “Chew”• Holly Newstein “Delice”• Cat Rambo “Love Resurrected”• Carrie Ryan “What We Once Feared”• Marge Simon “The Children’s Hour” poem• Maggie Slater “A Shepherd of the Valley”• Simon Strantzas “Stemming the Tide”• Charles Stross “Bit Rot”• Genevieve Valentine “The Gravedigger of Konstan Spring”• Carrie Vaughn “Kitty’s Zombie New Year”• Don Webb “Pollution”• Jay Wilburn “Dead Song”. Let me start by saying I am a huge zombie film fan Zombie books I ve read a couple of them but I am not an expert I really like the intro to the anthology explaining the history of zombies and the impact they ve had on television film and literature I found some of the stories to be very engaging yet disturbing and strange while others seemed to miss something For what it is I very much enjoyed it

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Carey “Iphigenia in Aulis”• Jacues L Condor Mak a Tai Meh “Those Beneath the Bog”• Neil Gaiman “The Day the Saucers Came” poem• Roxane Gay “There is No ‘E' in Zombi Which Means There Can Be No You Or We”• Ron Goulart “I Waltzed with a Zombie”• Eric Gregory “The Harrowers”• William Jablonsky “The Death and Life of Bob”• Shaun Jeffrey “Til Death Do Us Part”• Matthew Johnson “The Afflicted”• Stephen Graham Jones “Rocket Man”• Joy Kennedy O'Neill “Aftermath”• Caitlín R Kiernan “In The Dreamtime of Lady Resurrection”• Nicole Kornher Stace “Present”• Joe R Lansdale “The Hunt Before and The Aftermath”• Shira Lipkin “Becca at the End of the World”• David Li. Overall I found this anthology to be a diverse collection of all things zombie the uality was a little rocky at times but the great stories suirreled away in this tome made it all worth reading 355 See tag for detailsview spoilerThe Afflicted I really liked this one you should have seen the look on my face whenview spoiler the zombie talked lol hide spoiler


About the Author: Paula Guran

Paula Guran is senior editor for Prime Books She edited the Juno fantasy imprint from its small press inception through its incarnation as an imprint of Pocket Books She is also senior editor of Prime's soon to launch digital imprint Masue Books Guran edits the annual Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror series as well as a growing number of other anthologies In an earlier life she produced we



10 thoughts on “Zombies By Paula Guran

  1. says:

    My thanks to NetGalley and Prime Books for an eARC copy of this book to read and reviewMeh DNF at 40% ish There was maybe one story that I read that I liked The rest were either meh or Oh HELL no Good compilation if you are a true Dead Head I suppose Most of the stories are about the stupidity and evil ness of humans rather than

  2. says:

    More zombie stories here than you can shake a gnawed leg bone at Every zombie fan is bound to find something to their taste here Let this anthology entertain your braaaiiinnns Matthew Johnson “The Afflicted”Well we're looking for zombies here and this is a very good zombie story Here the elderly persons who were first infested with the zombie virus were packed off to FEMA uarantine camps along with the healthy care

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    Fi

  4. says:

    I got a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewAnthologies are always difficult for me to rate—so many different stories so many authors and you know you're bound to find very good pieces and some you don't like at all As far as collections go this one about zombies was a fairly good one all in all that I would rate a 35 t

  5. says:

    Overall I found this anthology to be a diverse collection of all things zombie the uality was a little rocky at times but the great stories suirreled away in this tome made it all worth reading 355 See tag for detailsview spoilerThe

  6. says:

    Very very good Anthology about zombies I was surprise to see that I didn`t read the first Anthology in this serie with bigge

  7. says:

    Let me start by saying I am a huge zombie film fan Zombie books I've read a couple of them but I am not an expert I really like the intro to the anthology explaining the history of zombies and the impact they've had on television film and liter

  8. says:

    My first impression of this book 36? Thirty six? That’s a vast amount of stories for an anthology Even 20 would have been pretty bigMy second

  9. says:

    One of the best zombie anthologies I’ve read—some really good stories here and only a few duds

  10. says:

    A solid collection with some outstanding moments Some very nice stuff

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