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Preview — The Zombie Autopsies by Steven Schlozman
The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse
On a remote island a crack medical team has been sent to explore a radical theory that could uncover a cure for the epidemic. Based on the team's research and the observations of renowned zombie expert Dr. Stanley Blum, THE ZOMBI...more
it is not because of the lack of whizz-bang zombie attacks.
world war z did not have any "zombie action" as such, and i still really enjoyed it. in that book, there were so many unexpected facets of zombie aftermath touched upon,it showed that a great deal of thought about All Things Zombies (the best of all NPR shows) had been taken into consideration. this one was ...more
This is a more high brow zombie book, or at least midlevel. there is medical terminology (one review says way too much, one review says way too little, so fuck it's a little bit goldilocks). The pictures are beautiful. The U.N. resolution at the end is as far as I can tell (which isn't any further than model u.n.) written correctly. It addressing really interesting questions like "are zombies human?" a question no ...more
Sometime in the spring and summer of 2011, a zombie apocalypse has occurred. The zombie virus, called ANSD, has wiped out two thirds of the world's population. A team of scientists, sequestered on an island, were tasked with doing autopsies on living Stage IV ANSD infected patients (aka the NLH or N ...more
These are some of the questions explored in The Zombie Autopsies, a horror novel structured as a packet for researchers attending a meeting to discuss the fate of humanity during a zombie epidemic.
The author has a medical background, so the focus is on zombiism as a disease process. The writ ...more
I'm not sure if there was much difference having an inexperienced a ...more
This is based on the journal of scientist Dr. Stanley Blum. Stanley was part of a three party group planned to go to the Crypt. But two of the three helicopters went down in transit to the Cryp ...more
Now, this book is primarily made up of the journal and notes of Dr. Blum, a scientist conducting autopsies on fully animated zombies on a remote island inside of a facility known as the Crypt. We see him dissect these living zombies and deal with his own mental limitations in understanding their pathology. It's bas ...more
I had some issues with the transmission method selected by the author and with some environmental factors that he mentioned, but otherwise the scienc ...more
The thing I most enjoyed was the clinical nature of the narrative. It was great how Dr. Blum described everything in a scientific way and I was completely immersed and while I was reading I believed everything ...more
This is not a book about fighting zombies with guns, swords, clubs, etc. T ...more