Dead Science: A Zombie Anthology
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Dead Science: A Zombie Anthology

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The human intellect knows no bounds because of them.

We’ve built cities and nations upon them.

We’ve stopped the spread of terrible diseases because of what we’ve learned from them.

Lives have been saved . . . but lives also have been lost.

Now those lives have returned from the grave, seeking revenge.

Sometimes . . . science goes wrong.

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Published April 17th 2010 by Smashwords Edition (first published 2009)
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Matt Nord
But not exactly great, either. There were some really great ideas in this book that just didn't seem to take off, and there were other stories that were pretty basic but were fairly well executed. There just weren't any stories in there that really jumped out and grabbed me. However, overall, the book was satisfying and it was easy to get through it. In the end, I was pleased with the book and I wouldn't not recommend it... Does that make sense?
Patrick D'Orazio
Dead Science is a fairly short zombie anthology with the theme of mad science, or just science, as a means to provide us with the undead. Some of the authors really embraced the idea while a few others didn't really utilize science in any way different than most modern day zombie tales. Afterall, most zombie stories these days use viruses created in a lab by scientists or some variation on that theme to give us the undead buggers.

Like most anthologies, not all stories are for all people. Some o...more
Compilation of short stories about scientific experiment, which went wrong in direction of zombie menace. Quality of stories vary from trashy to very good. Read once and then forget it.
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A.P. Fuchs writes and publishes fulltime from Winnipeg, MB, and is most well known for his superhero series, The Axiom-man Saga. He spends most of his time writing about zombies and publishing books about them. His shoot em zombie novel, Blood of the Dead, is about just that and, obviously, goes without saying but hes saying it anyway.

He is also an avid movie buff and his reviews are posted at www...more
More about A.P. Fuchs...
Discovery of Death (Blood of My World, #1) Blood of the Dead (Undead World Trilogy, #1) Zombie Fight Night: Battles Of The Dead Axiom-man (Axiom-man Saga, #1) Memories of Death (Blood of My World, #2)

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