The dead don’t stay that way—on purpose—in Sarah Glenn Marsh’s Reign of the Fallen.
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Lord, I was (re)born a shamblin' man. Tryin' to make a livin' just eatin' folks the best I can...
Thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz steps foot into the YA world with The Rains, a book about “Chasers" and “Hosts," but a zombie by any other name would smell as foul.
Death waits for no woman in Goldenhand by Garth Nix.
Strap on your bells and running sneaks, because we’re going full tilt to prevent the world from ending in Abhorsen by Garth Nix.
Before reading the latest installment of Garth Nix’s Abhorsen series in October, re-introduce yourself to Lirael, a book about a young girl with mysterious connections to magic and the Dead.
Ashley Greene trades her vampire fangs for a taste for brains, with yawn-inducing results.
Slasher Girls and Monster Boys preys on your worst fears...and introduces you to a few new ones.
Buffy meets a snarkier Once Upon a Time in Kelly Thompson’s Storykiller.
Jeff Hart's zombie-tastic Eat, Brains, Love was awesome, but the sequel is even better.
With Eat, Brains, Love, author Jeff Hart manages to do the unthinkable: make zombies interesting again.
Zombie-obsessed Maddy discusses the merits of the Resident Evil movies and their contribution to the women-who-kick-ass canon.
Mandy W. likes Sick by Tom Leveen a lot better than The Walking Dead, but still not enough to turn her into a zombie book convert.
Brian reviews T. Michael Martin's The End Games and gets to use the words 'brains' and 'West Virginia' in the same article.
Erin finishes up Mira Grant's post-apocalyptic zombie trilogy with her review of Deadline. Warning: V. C. Andrews meets Max Brooks, y'all.
Erin reviews Blackout, the second in Mira Grant's zombie-filled trilogy about the power of the press and the overt power grabs of the CDC.
Erin reviews Feed, the first book in Mira Grant's post-apocalyptic zombie trilogy, and wonders how a book can manage to be about free speech, political corruption, religious commitment, the hubris of man and delicious brains all at once.
Even if your heart is dead and cold, this Advent gift will make you feel alive again.
The monthly flow is scarier than usual in this special Halloween edition.
Alix reviews Broxo by Zack Giallongo, which is not your typical zombie book.
A review of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Were there really no zombies in the original story?
Jenny decides she likes zombies set in historical fiction even more than a good old zombie apocalypse with Susan Dennard's Something Strange and Deadly.
Jenny reviews The Fear, the third book in The Enemy series by Charlie Higson -- the best zombie stories forever ever.
A review of Team Human, a vampire book that's over vampire books.
Mondays are for waking up late, mainlining coffee and making snap judgements about books we haven't read yet. Let's judge The Thing About the Truth by its cover, shall we?
A book review of Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion, a zombie romance that won't scare you off.
Amy Garvey's Cold Kiss has swoon aplenty to make Meghan overlook its dubious premise (zombie boyfriend!).
A review of Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick, set in post-apocalyptic world without electricity and OMG READ IT ALREADY so Meghan can talk about it!
Jenny reviews The Dead by Charlie Higson, a continuation of the best zombie series EVAR.
A highly scientific look at the vampire craze, including the new vampire facelift and what might be next in body modifications
Erin reviews short stories from Zombies vs. Unicorns. Which team will emerge victorious from this epic battle?
Jenny reviews The Enemy by Charlie Higson, in which all the grown-ups have turned to zombies with a craving for eating kids.
Erin has met her zombie apocalypse survival crew in The Dead-Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan.
Erin reviews The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan, which is about survivors of a zombie apocalypse (and infinitely better than The Village).
A book review of Sabriel (an Abhorsen Series book) by Garth Nix, whose heroine joins Katniss and Katsa at the awesomeness party.