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Undead Worlds: A Post-Apocalyptic Zombie Anthology Paperback – December 22, 2018
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- Publisher : Reanimated Writers Press (December 22, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 496 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1626760330
- ISBN-13 : 978-1626760332
- Item Weight : 1.18 pounds
- Dimensions : 5 x 1.12 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,320,681 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Highlights of Undead World were:
Gone Fishin' by Justin Robinson - One of the few stories that was set in the post aspect of the zombie apocalypse, you get to see the start of a hopefully better world despite the vicious ashes caused by the end of the world. It also deserves a call out for being unapologetically violent but avoiding the easy exploitation, instead giving a needed catharsis. Also a call out for everyone who believes in dressing to look good - even when the world has gone on.
The Fort by Michael Whitehead - A truly historic zombie story set during the Roman rule of Gaul. One of the shorter stories, Whitehead gets you invested in his small band of returning Romans. They find themselves changed from overlords to outnumbered survivors in a matter of a single patrol, and you will want to see if they survive.
Defenseless by R. L. Blalock - One of the most perfectly paced short stories I've ever read. The story's protagonist and storyteller is six-year-old Dylan at the very start of the zombie apocalypse and Blalock manages to layer the horror to where you can not put the story down until you find out his fate.
When I Grow Up, I Won't Be by Brea Behn - Take a smart and scrappy heroine that has already managed to survive in a world overtaken by zombie despite proven weakness and you find yourself rooting for her in the first few pages. Then she gets blindsided by hope, but you still want to find out where she ends up.
Sep 20 2017
I was gifted a copy of this book while waiting for my pre-oredered e-book to arrive.
There is something for everyone in this collections, from zombie clowns to a bazaar festival.A few of my favorite short stories were, 1) By David Simpson, Alone together. Even a lone NG can lose youself a in the music... if you are lucky you may just find a way out.2.) By Christopher Mahood, The Festival, a unique twisted practice. Last but not least 3.) By Grivante Zombie Exterminators, I lab rats.Who doesn't like a mad scientist in a black ops lab?
There are 22 Short stories in the book. Pick up your copy and find your next new to you fave Author. The stories were all well written and entertaining.
I read all 22 stories and I was on the edge of my seat. Would they get bit, would they survive, would they die??? Omg why did this story end?? I can see the book coming out next!!
I knew some authors in book and got to meet more. This is such a great way to experience an author. I was able to enjoy all stories even though I wanted more on some and others I was happy with ending. I highly recommend this book! What better way to find out if someone is alive, dead, or undead!! Enjoy the Apocalypse World like never before!
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If anyone thinks that there is nothing new that can be done with the zombie genre then they should read these stories and think again.
I look forward to exploring some of these authors in further depth.