We talked a while back about how popular zombies had gotten. Since that post, I’ve seen previews for more than one new zombie movie, seen a couple more books about zombies come out, and there are apparently many more in the pipeline.
Here are the brief reviews of three books about zombies.
I try to always follow up on as many of your reading recommendations as I can, so today I’m going to add a book to the zombie list, recommended by frequent commenter John Owens:
Breathers is a about a man who has recently become a zombie. He spends most of the book trying to come to terms with what this means. It’s funny, it’s smart enough to be a worthwhile satire of several things, and it still has its share of predictable zombie action, for anyone who just likes gore and exploding heads.
Going into it further would spoil it. You probably already know enough to know if you’re interested.
One of my favorite things about my job, and about the blog, is that 90% of what I read I either stumble onto or it is recommended to me.
For any horror readers and fans: if you can recommend a horror book or ghost story or anything in that vein, please do it in the comments section.
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