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The Book of More Flesh

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  4 reviews
They won't stay dead!

The zombies can't be stopped. From the pitch-black holds of pirate ships and the tunnels beneath the steaming, war-torn jungles of Vietnam, they rise up. And there's no way to slow their shambling march of conquest, no corner of the world or period in history that's safe from the invasion. Secret government labs, the trendy galleries of New York's art
Paperback, 318 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Eden Studios (first published January 28th 2002)
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Most of the stories were pretty good. Some were horrible.

My favorites:
The Ethical Treatment of Meat was disturbing, but good.
Life Sentence was chilling.
Night Shift was probably my favorite of the bunch.

Oct 06, 2007 Trevor rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Zomb Lit Fanatics!
Shelves: zombies
As good as the first volume, The Book of All Flesh! Over 300 pages feature a wide varitey of zombie shorts across many genres -- comedy, horror, sci-fi, etc. The opening story of a movie theater becoming overrun by the living dead totally sets the tone for the book, urging readers to continue. I have until 10/11 to finish the last vol., The Book of Final Flesh before I have to surrender it to my interlibrary loan department. I better read faster than the lurches can walk!
While some of these stories were original and interesting, the vast majority of them were trite, badly-written dross that shouldn't have been published. I recommend "Those Goddamn Redneck Surfer Zombies" and "Sitting With the Dead", and warn you to avoid the others.
Great zombie anthology. Has some naughty bits.
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James Lowder has worked extensively in fantasy and horror fiction on both sides of the editorial blotter. He's authored several best-selling dark fantasy novels and has had short fiction appear in such anthologies as Shadows Over Baker Street and The Repentant. He's penned comic book scripts for several companies and the city of Boston. His book and film reviews, fe
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