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Blood of the Dead by A.P. Fuchs
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Feb 23, 09

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Read in February, 2009

This novel starts off as your traditional zombie fare with a different take on how the outbreak started. In Fuchs' universe, clouds appear, followed by rain that somehow transforms people into the living dead.

Long after the storm, the clouds remain and the world is a much darker place.

A group of survivors live in an apparently open area of a city that they call Haven. The people in Haven live seperately to avoid attention from the undead and communicate via the internet.

Haven suddenly comes under attack by the living dead in force. While this is happening, the survivors also discover that the epidemic has crossed over the species block.

Four people try to survive the increasingly dangerous plague.

Pretty standard to that point, but later in the book Fuchs crosses into some strange things. I'll read the sequel when it comes out. I just hope it either avoids the odd things he began to delve into later in this novel or at least makes some sense of them.

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