Lisa McCourt Hollar and Jeffrey Hollar reside in Ohio. This is their first story collection together. Lisa has several short horror stories and collections published and is currently working on her first novel. Jeffrey's YA book, Keldane the Cursed is soon to be published through Visionary Press Cooperative. Lisa also has a childrens book that will soon be published with Visionary Press, The Tooth Adventures of Fanny Nightsky.
Undead Ahead: Zombiesby Jeffrey Hollar
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A collection of Zombie tales, Undead ahead begins with Dreams of the Damned, a story where the undead cross paths with a psychopath. Dennis is haunted by his failings; his mother, father and wife were killed by the zombies that have infested the world and they blame him. Locked in the basement, his familly haunts his dreams and even his waking hours.
The Cold and Dark explores a world where The Cold Ones come out at night, leaving a Kingdom in terror. Riders have gone for help, their King is absent and the survivors know their days are numbered. Is their King responsible for the un-dead army?
Other tales include: First Wave: The Beginning, No Safeway Out, Zombie Meal, Shop Til You Drop, Zombie Beach, Swingin’ To Live, The Twilight of Man,The Day of Retribution and a preview of The Second Wave: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale.
Undead Ahead is a collaboration between husband and wife, Jeffrey Hollar and Lisa McCourt Hollar and is one collection you will want to add to your library.
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I really enjoyed reading Undead Ahead. I am always interested in other people's take on Zombies and this collection didn't dissapoint. I especially loved the creative way both authors wrote about the human condition. A good zombie story shows that the monsters are not just those who have been infected, but the people left behind as well! I recommend this for people who love Zombies, and want to read something a little different!
I really enjoyed this. The first story was really intense.
Out of all the stories, i only enjoyed one.