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REVIEW: Elegy For the Undead by Matthew Vesely

Jude and Lyle's newlywed life is shattered when a vicious attack leaves Lyle infected with a disease that transforms him into a violent and often incomprehensible person. With no cure for the "zombie" virus in sight, the young husbands begin to face the last months they have together before Lyle loses himself completely. Fond remembrances… Continue reading REVIEW: Elegy For the Undead by Matthew Vesely

Dystopian · lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: Wranglestone by Darren Charlton

The Official Description: Winter was the only season every Lake-Lander feared... In a post-apocalyptic America, a community survives in a national park, surrounded by water that keeps the Dead at bay. But when winter comes, there's nothing to stop them from crossing the ice. Then homebody Peter puts the camp in danger by naively allowing… Continue reading REVIEW: Wranglestone by Darren Charlton

FF romance · Paranormal

Review: Dead Heat by Ren Thompson

The short blurb bit: In a not-too-distant future Toronto, the world is crawling with zombies and policed by Riders. The Riders are a rough-edged, no-holds-barred group of zombie assassins. At the beginning of the novel, Dana Layton is just finding her footing as a newbie. After a nasty break-up and a tuning in by her colleagues, Dana… Continue reading Review: Dead Heat by Ren Thompson

Books · Paranormal

“Plague Nation” || Ashley Parker Is Back and She’s (Still) Kicking Ass

When "Plague Town" by Dana Fedsti was published, I was happy to review a "genre" book with such a cool heroine.  The main character, Ashley Parker, is just your average student at the beginning of the book; and then things get crazy. There's a zombie virus, "walker flu" and people get sick and then mutate… Continue reading “Plague Nation” || Ashley Parker Is Back and She’s (Still) Kicking Ass