One Buck Zombiesby Christopher Hawkins, James Owens, David Dunwoody, James R. Tuck
Being dead doesn't stop Jimmy's mom from being "The Best Mother". The neighbors may not understand, but when they
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From the editors of One Buck Horror come five chilling tales of the walking dead! These incredible authors bring us stories steeped in emotion, packed with excitement, and dripping with gore - everything you'd expect from the zombie apocalypse!
Being dead doesn't stop Jimmy's mom from being "The Best Mother". The neighbors may not understand, but when they try to come between them they find out there's nothing stronger, or more terrible, than a mother's love, in this story by James Owens.
In "The Levees of the Styx" by David Dunwoody, two survivors fight to stay ahead of the growing zombie horde. Their struggle will take them to the very edge of survival, and uncover shocking truths about the outbreak's origins.
"Little Red Zombie Hood" was born a zombie in the womb. Now she's all grown up, and the wolves have come to call. But Red has an ax in her basket, and the last place those wolves want to end up is grandmas' house, in this unorthodox and disturbing outing by Alana I. Capria.
In "He Stopped Loving Her Today", a man navigates the city ruins, shadowed by the walking corpse of a lost love. But a man with nothing to lose might just risk everything for one last dance in this tale of love among the ruins by James R. Tuck.
A lone zombie wanders off from the pack, driven by the urge to bring something new into the world. But will the thing she carries inside her offer hope for the world, or damnation? Find out in "Mother Sisyphus" by Robert Davies.
Be sure to check out the other thrilling volumes in the One Buck Horror series, and watch for more coming soon!
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Twisted and good really liked
>>I am pleased to say that this was one dollar well spent! Each short story was pretty well written and entertaining- with the exception of the Little Red Riding hood story(thaat was just very weird and confusing) A great way to get introduced to new authors.
One Buck Horror delivers with its all zombie special, One Buck Zombies! It has a couple of weaker stories in the middle, but that is more than made up for by He Stopped Loving Her Today! Lurk for this one kids! Required reading for the ghost wonderful time of the year.