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The Living Dead 2

Edited by John Joseph Adams

Average Score: 78(5)

Two years ago, readers eagerly devoured The Living Dead. Publishers Weekly named it one of the Best Books of the Year, and Barnes & Noble.com called it "The best zombie fiction collection ever." Now acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams is back for another bite at the apple -- the Adam's apple, that is -- with 43 more of the best, most chilling, most thrilling zombie stories anywhere, including virtuoso performances by zombie fiction legends Max Brooks (World War Z, The Zombie Survival Guide), Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), and David Wellington (Monster Island).

From Left 4 Dead to Zombieland to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, ghoulishness has never been more exciting and relevant. Within these pages samurai warriors face off against the legions of hell, necrotic dinosaurs haunt a mysterious lost world, and eerily clever zombies organize their mindless brethren into a terrifying army. You'll even witness nightmare scenarios in which humanity is utterly wiped away beneath a relentless tide of fetid flesh.

The Living Dead 2 has more of what zombie fans hunger for -- more scares, more action, more... brains. Experience the indispensable series that defines the very best in zombie literature.

Book Details

Horror
Paperback, 500 Pages
Published by Night Shade Books on September 14, 2010
ISBN-10 1597801909
ISBN-13 978-1597801904

Reviews


Boomtron | Professor Crazy
Review Rating: 80
The Living Dead 2 is a treasure trove of zombie fiction, even better and bloodier than The Living Dead, Vol. 1.
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Library Journal | Karl Siewart
Review Rating: 80
This new collection is mostly original, with some stories commissioned specifically for it. (Starred Review)
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Publishers Weekly
Review Rating: 80
You don't have to be a zombie-lover to enjoy this outstanding follow-up to 2008's The Living Dead. (Starred Review)
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SF Site | Mario Guslandi
Review Rating: 80
...if you have the nerve and the patience to go through hundreds of pages exclusively devoted to the zombie phenomenon, you'll be rewarded by the discovery of a good amount of extremely well written, entertaining stories.
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SF Signal | John DeNardo
Review Rating: 70
...a surprisingly wide variety of stories despite the common theme and making it another must-have anthology for the zombie fan.
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