Posts By: angelina

Book Review: Still Dying 2

As a single mom with a full time job and a full class load at university, I don’t really have time to pee much less read anything not school related. This is why I love anthologies. The format provides short and usually very entertaining stories that I can savor but also complete quickly. When time… Read more »

Zombie Book Review: Murphy’s Law

I have been burned by middle episode of many a movie trilogy. I mean, let us not discuss Star Wars Episode II. They are the bridge between what excited us about the first movie and the climax we so hungrily await in the third installment. They introduce characters that are important to the overall story… Read more »

Zombie Book Review: Rise of the Horde

We love zombie stories. We love road trip stories. Devan Sagliani combines the best of both genres in Zombie Attack: Rise of the Horde. Simply, during the zombie apocalypse, Xander and Benji hit the road for the base where Xander’s military brother has been assigned. Around this idea, Sagliani adds everything from herds of zombies… Read more »

Book Review: Zombie Cinderella

It seems that not only is American pop culture fascinated by zombies but also by adding a rough edge to classic fairy tales. Movies like Snow White and the Huntsman show the title princess as a badass warrior. Shows like Once Upon a Time and comics like Fables draw characters into our reality to deal… Read more »

Zombie Book Review: Assassin

Pete Bevan brings us a new story about the dead and another amazing and captivating character with Martin in Assassin, a novella written in five parts.  The storyline is simple – zombies overrun London and our hero is trying to survive. But, with the magic that is Bevan’s writing, this simple story seeps under your… Read more »

Book Review: Mad Mannequins from Hell

Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Army of Darkness, or even Kull the Conqueror, everyone has a favorite B movie that they have on DVD and watch start to finish every time it comes on TV. If a book could qualify as a guilty pleasure B movie, Mad Mannequins from Hell by August V. Fahren would… Read more »

Zombie Book Review: The R33PR Virus

The R33PR Virus by Nathan Barnes is a deliberate account of one man’s mission to return to his family after the R33PR virus turns the infected into flesh eating zombies. His self names character, Nathan, is an everyman and his passion for his family pulls you into his story, making you fear for him and… Read more »