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This a definite must read for fans of all things zombie. This is a heartwarming tribute to the Godfather of the zombie genre, George Romero. Kudos to all the authors who contributed to this amazing collection of zombie tales, you should all be very proud of yourselves as each and every one of these stories rocked.
This fantastically written book is an absolute must for any fan of Romero's work, the zombie genre or just great horror fiction in general. You can tell every author involved has a true love for Romero's films and have found some interesting and entertaining angles to explore in the world of the cinematic zombie master.
My personal favourites included 'Who They Were' by Rich Hawkins, a haunting, emotional look at the human cost of losing someone to the zombie infection; 'WGON-TV: Off Air' by Duncan P. Bradshaw that shows what happens to the news room after Fran and the others have left and 'Beekman's Diner' by Jeff C. Stevenson that details the events that led the Cooper family to the farmhouse in the original NOTLD.
Every story here is a fascinating look in the world George Romero created from some unique viewpoints, crafted with real admiration and affection for the cinematic godfather of the zombie film. I highly recommend this book to any horror fan!
I liked the differing viewpoints of various characters in the story relating to the very "Night" of "Night of the Living Dead". In fact, one of my favourites is one which makes an effective attempt at explaining just why the dead started walking around and attacking people. Another is what exactly happened to the small family found in the basement of the farmhouse on the Night before they show up, then you see how people reacted to the Apocalypse when reality and life as they knew it fundamentally changed overnight. As a tribute to the film and Romero himself, I found the stories very effective. If you are a fan of the films of the "Walking Dead" series, printed or tv, I believe you'll enjoy this.
A fitting tribute to George A Romero. Whilst not every story is a resounding success, the vast majority hit the back of the proverbial net. In my mind they fit perfectly with the Romero zombie films, good old fashioned single minded rancid shuffling zombies. If you are a fan of the Dead films then this is a must read.