Tag Archives: zombies
Thanks to MotiFake for the image! We have all sorts of scary books for you here at the library!
Mogworld by Yahtzee Croshaw For Jim, being dead has been kind of fun. After all, he’s gotten to go toward the light and has been sort of floating through his nonexistence quite nicely. Not that he didn’t have … Continue reading
Briefly: You asked for it. We weren’t sure about the novels–reports/reviews are that they are far more graphic than the TV series. Decision: We’ll have the graphic novel series available to you soon. They are mature, for teens, but … Continue reading
ZOM-B by Darren Shan Darren Shan is popular with kids of all ages. His Cirque du Freak, Demonata and The Saga of Larten Crepsley series have been bestsellers. He’s got a new series. And ZOM-B is the first book. Considering … Continue reading
Dust & Decay by Jonathan Maberry So, I know this isn’t a real review because it’s a labor of love and I’m a bit overwhelmed (or not feeling the love—or something) BUT— Still the best zombie apocalypse ever! Before … Continue reading
Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry Benny Imura thinks his older half-brother, Tom, is a coward. After all, on First Night, the night when zombies began to reanimate—about 6 billion of them, actually—Tom, who was a young man, grabbed … Continue reading