Review: The Zombie Virus Book One | Paul Hetzer

Zombie Virus is a solid, methodical and well-researched addition to a genre that is usually overburdened with half-baked action scenes and infection backstories with the depth of a shallow puddle. Enter Paul Hetzer, and book one of his Zombie Virus series. The first few chapters are overwhelming – from the prehistoric origins of the virus, […]

Review: Time of Death Asylum (5*)

When I read Festa’s first zombie novel, ToD Induction, I read it in one sitting. Her writing style was gripping, and whilst not unique in plot, her storytelling was ruthless, the action non-stop, and I found myself fully invested in the survival story – and tragedies – of the Rossi’s. The narration of Sarah Tancer […]

seven zombie books you need to be reading right now – and why

  The horror subgenre of the zombie is well known, loved, and completely crammed with books right now, and not just from self-published authors (though they do constitute a huge percentage of this). Most zombie fans know their Max Brooks, their Walking Dead, and their… well, the other ones. What this list is going to […]

Review of Time of Death: Induction by Shana Festa

I tried desperately to find a flaw in this book. Really, I did. Not so I could be nit-picky in my review, but so I could turn around and give a reason, any reason, for me to not say “I wish I’d written it”. don’t waste time – pick up your copy now This is […]

Interview with Eloise J Knapp

I recently had the honour and pleasure of interviewing Eloise J Knapp, author of the Undead series and Pulse. You can catch the full interview over here.

Review: The Undead Situation and the Undead Haze by Eloise J Knapp (5*)

The Undead Situation | The Undead Haze As a squeamish fan of post-apocalyptic horror, I like to come across books that concentrate on the way humanity deals with the end of the world, rather than the monsters that cause it. The Undead series by Eloise J Knapp is just such a work. And my, isn’t it […]

Review: Dead Meat by Chris and Patrick Williams (5*)

Dead Meat is a US-based horror story. It sets itself aside from its peers by being small-town and centred around a core of protagonists. Our potential antagonists are… well… everybody else. That’s the tone Dead Meat sets, and it’s one hell of a ride.   This book is not for the faint of heart, those […]

Review: Tankbread by Paul Mannering – 5*

Tankbread is published by Permuted Press. You can purchase it from your regional Amazon site. It is available at other major retailers. This is a review I posted on Amazon UK.   Think Mad Max meets Resident Evil meets a little bit of Die Hard. That’s what I got from Tankbread; and quite a bit […]