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    Quote Originally Posted by REZombie View Post
    reasoning and fast zombies are a part of the WA world and possibly even the supernatural part too...
    Well not quite, the term "zombie" is used liberally nowadays as a general reference term across the genre (it has been discussed in other threads), but since they are not reanimated corpses they are not "zombies" per se, they are "infected" living humans, which is OK by me, it's just that Keene's books are fine, but not what I look for in a Z-book (the zombies are actually deaders buuuut... well you know how it happened, and how it ends ) ; I'm more into the Brooks/Bourne/DiLouie/Maberry line, so my recomendations go along that line.

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    the is a great zombie book called "the undead situation" by Eloise J Knapp. Its not perfect, but good for a first novel

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    Check out freebooksy.com and bookbub.com. At least once a week they have at least one zombie book listed for free. I haven't read it yet, The Zombie Chronicals, Fat Vampire, The Secret Apocalypse, Zombie Fallout, The Dead, and the Da Vinci Code. Occasionally you get an awesome hit when they find a big name author or a popular title. (I read the Da Vinci Code some time ago and have it in hard back.)
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    I don't know how long this book will be free but here's a link...
    http://www.amazon.com/Desolation-Inf...N%3DB00CTXVC80
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    Does Autumn start off slow and get better??? I tried to get into it but couldn't.

    I loved WWZ and the 2 walking dead novels.

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    If you like Gathering, Steve mcKnight has three more novels with the same lead character. He has a short story. Same world, different characters

    Not very gore-filled, but I love Peter Clines Ex-Heroes and sequels.

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    Breathers: A Zombie's Lament by S.G. Browne was worth the read. I really liked it.

    Books I have yet to read:

    Fiend by Peter Stenson is supposed to be quite good. Was going to pick it up this afternoon perhaps.
    The Newsflesh Trilogy (Feed, Deadline, Blackout) by Mira Grant is supposed to be really good too.
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    Nice list, i have to look some of those books up.. Just finished the wasteland cronicles book 3, a mix of fallout, zombies (different kind of zombies like we're alive) and sci-fi.. Great stuff! you should try out the first book, i think it still free on Amazon and some other sites. I began reading it because it reminded me of fallout, but the story is so much more and higly adictive!
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    A good read is
    zombie Apocalypse! Created by Stephen Jones.

    The blurb.
    The end of the world - with flesh-eating zombies!
    In the near future, a desperate and ever-more controlling UK government attempts to restore a sence of national pride with a new festival of britain. But construction work on the site of an old church in south London releases a centuries-old plague that turns its victims into flesh-hungry ghouls whose bite or scratch passes the contagion - a supernatural virus which has the power to revive the dead - on to others.

    `the Death` soon sweeps across London and the whole country decends into chaos. When a drastic attempt to eradicate the outbreak at source fails, the plague spreads quickly to mainland Europe and then across the rest of the world.

    Told through a series of interconnected eyewitness narratives - text messages, e-mails, blogs, letters, diaries and transcripts - this is an epic story of a world plunged into chaos as the dead battle the living for total domination.

    Will humanity triumph over the worldwide zombie plague, or will the walking dead inherit the Earth?

    I found it to be a really good read anyone else tryed this book??


 
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