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Night of the Loving Dead by Tim Kay

Love means more than ever when it feels like the world is trying to eat us alive.

Death doesn’t have to feel like the end of the world. Zombie’s lives as they’ve known them are over, yet somehow they’re still standing. In the wake of all-consuming tragedy, they stagger forward, hands reaching out for the same people who once gave their lives hope and meaning. They need them. They’re hungry. Unable to use their own brains, . . .

A complete novel.
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Dead Too, Rights by Jaeger

Barely human. Barely concerned.

A meteor strikes Yellow Stone’s caldera and sets off a chain of earth shattering events. Riots and widespread panic bring cities to their knees while earthquakes ripple from sea to shining sea. As ashes fall from black clouds, people begin to die, and rise again. Zombies and super volcanoes, together at last ladies and gentlemen. The story, set in . . .

An abandoned novel.
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NIGHT OF THE LOVING DEAD

The Jamie Oliver of Zombies

By MJones, member

Jan 2, 2011: It’s not every day you stumble upon a zombie love story that contains a zombified chef who considers himself the Jamie Oliver of the living dead. Kaveh, an immigrant from Iran, is doing his best to open up a Persian restaurant that is reflective of his culture. Unfortunately, during his effort to get a loan for his new restaurant, his dreams are crushed by a sudden horde of zombies who lay siege to the bank. He is bitten, and fatally infected, but before the disease fully takes hold of him [more . . .]

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