Did Someone Mention *More* Zombies?
This week at the Kirkus Reviews Blog, the second of a two-part look at zombie fiction, focusing on zombie novels.
Unlike most portrayals, the zombie apocalypse is not always so sudden. Dust and Frail by Joan Frances Turner imagines a world where humans both alive and undead have co-existed side-by-side for centuries…a delicate balance now threatened by the onset of a new illness. In Daryl Gregory’s Raising Stony Mayhall, a woman discovers a zombie baby in 1968 and raises it as her own. James Knapp’s State of Decay features corpses technologically regenerated to handle society’s dirtiest jobs…
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