The Undead: Skin and Bones (Zombie Anthology)

The Undead: Skin and Bones (Zombie Anthology)

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The Undead: Skin and Bones (Zombie Anthology) by D. L. Snell

Dig into the second installment of the popular UNDEAD series, THE UNDEAD: SKIN AND BONES. A fungus takes over an office building and all its occupants. An exiled boy flees across a wasteland, stalked by an executioner and an undead dragon. A squadron of troops confronts an army of corpses. A greedy producer creates a talk show about the living dead. A man hits an unlucky streak that starts with a zombie outbreak and only gets worse. And in the featured novella, "Skin and Bones," a necromancer exploits the dead to extract a twisted revenge. These stories and more from authors such as David Wellington, Vince Churchill, David Dunwoody, and D.L. Snell.

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ISBN-13: 9780978970741
Publisher: Permuted Press
Publication date: 08/28/2007
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 6.01(w) x 9.05(h) x 0.70(d)

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The Undead: Headshot Quartet (Four Zombie Novellas) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE zombies and if YOU love them too you will Eat this book up! Its About 20 different short(long!) stories and all VERY UNIQUE!!. There's ALIEN zomies, Werewolf vs zombie, drug lords vs zombies, zombis in the French Revolution! Even zombies that don't know they are zombies!! They're all over the map in this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ther are so many different stories it really makes you rethink zombies
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Walks in and shoots pierce with a tranq and leaves
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent book of great short stories. Fill-up on this Zombie feast of words.
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Great book!!!!!! Holy cow!!!!!! Alot of fun
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I really wantes to like this anthology a lot more than I did. Too many of the stories were too similar. Too many weren't really stories and were just patisches. And too many were just too short and should havw been fleshed out more. Which ones were which? I really don't know. I'd have to back and try to place title to story, and since they're so similar that takes a lot of work. Which one has the smaet zombies? Which one has rhe melting zombies, the fast zombies, the kid zombies, the demon zombies, the virus zombies? Who cares.
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Good book for the zombie fan.
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Enjoyed the fresh perspectives on zombies. That sounds almost like a contradiction in terms, doesnt it? Very fast paced, entertaining reading. This aint yer daddys zombie book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I klove it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very creative and gory. Loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a horroric book which i love
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish he continude the on with the diary entry
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harstan More than 1 year ago
These twenty-three short stories focus on zombies in all walks of life (pun intended) as the authors provide insight into the various ways of the ¿Living Dead¿. Each tale is well written as the contributions go way beyond Romero¿s Living Dead films. The entries were predominantly written in 2004 with three in 2005 two as ancient as 2001, and one in 2003. As far as this reviewer can tell, these have not appeared in print before. Most of the authors are relatively unknown (how can they be otherwise with zombies running wild in places like West Virginia and San Francisco) though Brian Keene has won a Stoker Award. Their entries are solid fun, as we learn how to properly dine on human leg that tastes remarkably similar to a chicken wing. The compilations range from fresh human meat struggling to survive in a world in which the superior being is the undead to zombies in outer space to reality zombie TV. Some tongue in cheek, some science fiction all are fun horror thrillers that showcase the various lives of zombies beyond the usual stereotyping of flesh eating slobbering slobs. Sub-genre fans will definitely want to read this tribute to zombie mania while most other horror readers will also appreciate these dining on human gourmet collection.----------- Harriet Klausner