Atticus for the Undead Review

Atticus for the Undead is more a legal procedural than a zombie novel, and it takes a very different road through the Urban Fantasy landscape. Yeah, I said Urban Fantasy, not horror. Hunter Gamble is a young lawyer who represents the arcane–vampires, witches,...

The Trip Review

The Trip by Tim Morgan isn’t bad, but it isn’t very good, either. At the end of their senior year, Dave, Chris, and Meghan’s cross-country bicycle trip is interrupted by a zombie apocalypse. They struggle to survive as they make their way back from...

Zombie Plague Review

This short work consists of three short stories: The Village Bake Sale, Antidote, and Mary Celeste. Each story is rather different than typical zombie fare, and by far the strongest of the three is the first. The Village Bake Sale is quaint in the best sense of the...

Joe & Me Review

Joe & Me is short on purpose. A chapbook, and all-but-in-name a prequel to David Moody’s excellent Autumn series, it packs a great punch in those thirty-seven pages. Simon Huxtable stays at home to care for his son Joe, while his wife Gill slaves away at...

A Zombie Apocalypse Review

Rachel Cormac survives the zombie apocalypse, only to be infected en route to her sister’s house. When a “cure” keeps her intelligent but doesn’t suppress her hunger, she’s faced with difficult choices about her life, her family, and her...