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Holiday of the Dead and a Diverse Armageddon: A Book Review

5 May 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*full disclosure: an e-book of this novel was provided by Wild Wolf Publishing.

Authors: John Russo, Tony Burgess, Shaun Jeffrey, Rod Glenn, Iain McKinnon, Matt Hilton, David Dunwoody, Wayne Simmons, Bowie V Ibarra, Joe McKinney, Remy Porter, A P Fuchs, Thomas Emson and Eric S Brown.

Wild Wolf Publishing released Holiday of the Dead in a Kindle format April 20th, 2011. This is by far the largest anthology of zombie short stories that this reviewer has ever seen. With 38 stories and thirty plus authors, there is no way that your appetite for undead fiction will not be, at least temporarily, satisfied. This novel also includes a special bonus short story from Night of the Living Dead writer John Russo and a script excerpt from the upcoming sequel to Pontypool. There is a lot of material to sink your teeth into here and thankfully, the settings e.g. Christmas Time, Bank Holiday, »

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Your Rotting Vacation Begins May, 2011 with Holiday of the Dead

8 April 2011 8:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

What if you went on a holiday and you found an undead apocalypse waiting? Would this be the best vacation ever, or something more mundane? If you like to imagine the unthinkable, then you might like the latest release from Wild Wolf Publishing titled Holiday of the Dead.

This latest, and possibly biggest, zombie anthology contains thirty-eight "holiday themed zombie stories" (Wolf). Several notable authors are taking part in this collection, including: John Russo, Tony Burgess, Shaun Jeffrey, Rod Glenn, Iain McKinnon, Matt Hilton, David Dunwoody, Wayne Simmons, Bowie V Ibarra, Joe McKinney, Remy Porter, A P Fuchs, Thomas Emson and Eric S Brown. At over 500 pages, this novel could keep you engrossed in rotting Santas for some time to come. All the thrilling short stories included in this paperback are listed below.

The tagline:

"The zombie apocalypse can really put a downer on your holiday…"

An overview of themes and settings:

"Theme parks, »

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