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Book of the Dead 2: Still Dead

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An anthology of horror stories based on the universe of George A. Romero features stories by Nancy Collins, Douglas Winter, and Bram Stoker Award-winner Elizabeth Massie

Foreword by Tom Savini

"Introduction: Nineteen New Ways to Kick Ass" by Skipp and Spector

"The Old Man and the Dead" by Mort Castle

"DONt/Walk" by Chan McConnell

"Necrophile" by Nancy A. Collins

"Rise Up
Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 1st 1992 by Bantam (first published January 1st 1992)
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The second and last collection of zombie fiction editted by Skipp and Spector, before their falling out. The book was divided into three sections, essentially before, during, and after the rise. There were some very original stories in here, and a few will be sure to disturb anyone.
Andrew Reeder
Like many follow up collections. Still Dead fails to meet the high-water mark set by the original. Still, like a collection of mineral specimens there are shiny baubles to be had-- just remember to pick through the recent dead with care.
This collection is a little more uneven than the first volume, but I particularly liked the Douglas Winter and Gahan Wilson stories, and thought the Dan Simmons was terrific.
I didn't out-and-out love this one the way I did the original "Book of the Dead," but it is full of fine moments and there's plenty of zombie gutmunch.
A definite must for any fan of the Romero zombie world. Not one story in this thing will slow you down like a zombie though.
I changed my mind, zombie fiction is boring.
Worth reading. Gruesome in places.
Nick Wallace
Even more zombie stories
3.5 pretty good.
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