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Stacy grew up loving the horror genre. When she first saw the movie CUJO she learned that you have to wait because even in those last five minutes something will happen. Her love of zombies stems from her desire to find true monsters, not sparkling vampires, loving werewolves, or ghosts who help you solve cases. Zombies have one thing on their mind, eating people. She loves zombies so much she has done zombie makeup for an ice skating exhibition, played a zombie in a short independent film, done several zombie themed runs and is working on a zombie series. This is the first book in that series, her second book ZOMBIES BITE! will be out soon followed by ZOMBIE WASTELAND and the final book THE ANTI-ZOMBIE UNDERGROUND. Stacy lives in Californi ...more

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Stacy Kingsley I don't have "summer reading" list, but right now I am reading a lot of stuff that is light, easy, and fast. Currently I am reading DIVINE MISFORTUNE…moreI don't have "summer reading" list, but right now I am reading a lot of stuff that is light, easy, and fast. Currently I am reading DIVINE MISFORTUNE by A. Lee Martinez and it is fun thus far. I am not that far into it, but it is pretty funny. My next book will be the latest Women's Murder Club by James Patterson, then the next book will be the newest Prey book by John Sandford.(less)
Stacy Kingsley My favorite fictional couple...hmmm....I'd have to say Heathcliff and Catherine from WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Their relationship is so volatile, but so full…moreMy favorite fictional couple...hmmm....I'd have to say Heathcliff and Catherine from WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Their relationship is so volatile, but so full of love. The passion felt between them is something that most people only dream of. They care for each other so much, but can't be together because they will break each other. It is a uncomfortable and loving relationship, that shows the reader a complex side of love they don't often think about. My second choice would be Charlotte Bronte's book JANE EYRE.(less)
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Zombies Are People Too!

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The Hawaiian Shirt

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Zombie Wasteland

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Zombies Bite

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Patient Zero

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Don't Bury Your Dead

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Bird Box by Josh Malerman is about a young woman, Malorie, who lives in a post-apocalyptic world where if you look at the world around you, you either go crazy and kill others, or you kill yourself. Malorie must choose what to do, to protect not only herself, but her child and a child she saved just after birth.
 
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Good story, bland telling of it. This may be one case where the movie is better than the book.
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Phantoms by Christian Kiefer is told from a recent Vietnam Vet's point-of-view. John Frazeier comes home from Vietnam not knowing what to do with his life. A broken young man, like most who came back, and has decided to spend time with his Grandmothe ...more
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In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware should have been an interesting book, it should have been a fabulous and suspenseful book, but it was in fact not. Not because of the book itself, no, it was because of other books like it.

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Mark of the Demon by Diana Rowland was not at all what I was expecting. I thought there would be more demons and less police work. In fact, there was a lot of police work and very few demons.

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