by Sullivan McPig
Wickstrom’s son was roaring in pain, punching his father in the head again and again, but like some guard dog, the dead man would not unclench his jaws. Others went to help now, trying to pull him away.
Bone crunched and the dead man’s teeth tore loose. He spun on an older man, some relative or friend, and lunged at the gray-haired man, driving him to the floor and burying his face in the man’s belly with ugly strength and terrible speed. His jaws gnashed as he drove his face against the man’s abdomen, trying to bite through his shirt and flesh to get to the soft organs inside.
(excerpt from Soulless by Christopher Golden)
Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter by A.E. Moorat: In between the werewolves, demons and bloody zombie mayhem there are some very interesting historical tidbits to discover.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith: Zombies are just the thing that can convince your zombie loving friends to finally read this all time classic.
Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry: This post-apocalyptic Young Adult story is filled with zombies, but apart from that it’s a beautiful story about family and how a 15 year old boy finds his place in life.So there you go: Everything is better with zombies!