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Handling the Undead
by John Ajvide Lindqvist
Something very peculiar is happening in Stockholm. There's a heatwave on and people cannot turn their lights out or switch their appliances off. Then the terrible news breaks. In the city morgue, the dead are waking up ...
by David Wellington
It's been one month since a global disaster. Manhattan has become Monster Island. A plague has turned all its denizens into shambling, rotting animated corpses, except for a couple who have kept their intelligence and also acquired psychic powers. When another group of humans arrives, the zombie masters mobilize their forces to kill or eat the living people.
Rot and Ruin
by Jonathan Maberry
In a post-apocalyptic world where fences and border patrols guard the few people left from the zombies that have overtaken civilization, fifteen-year-old Benny Imura is finally convinced that he must follow in his older brother's footsteps and become a bounty hunter.
The Walking Dead: A Continuing Story of Survival Horror
by Robert Kirkman
In this graphic novel series, police officer Rick Grimes is shot on the job and wakes up a month later to find that the world that he knows is gone. Zombies have taken over and are killing and eating those who are still alive. He sets out toward Atlanta in the hope that his family is still alive and witnesses many horrors along the way.
World War Z
by Max Brooks
The Zombie War came unbelievably close to eradicating humanity. Max Brooks traveled across the United States and throughout the world to record the testimony of men, women, and sometimes children who came face-to-face with the living, or at least the undead, hell of that dreadful time.
by Colson Whitehead
Mark Spitz and his squad of three "sweepers" move through Zone One of lower Manhattan, a walled-off enclave scheduled for resettlement in the aftermath of a zombie plague. The great masses of the undead have been violently dispatched by a Marine detachment. It falls to Spitz and his fellows to take care of the handful that remain, as well as a second-tier of the infected known as "stragglers": zombies who have bypassed the cannibalistic urges of their more lethal fellows in favor of a hollow-eyed, eerily nostalgic repetition of some mundane act.