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The Zombie Knight Saga by George M. Frost

Death is coming. And he wants to help.

A young man dies, and a grim reaper offers to revive him in exchange for servitude. Responsibilities include saving other people’s lives and occasionally fighting unspeakable horrors. But this particular young man is cripplingly shy. No, seriously. He can barely even speak to people. It’s really bad. Takes place in the modern fantasy world of Eleg. . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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Survival World RPG by Steve Conary

The world is over, but the game has just begun...

While Mike was sleeping, the world went to hell in a hand basket. Now he has to learn to survive in a new world where magic and monsters are real, and even the weakest man can become strong by raising his levels. Can Mike survive this world turned video game? Very doubtful. Will the apocalypse improve his love life? . . .

A series.
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The Paranormal Investigations of Caro Spencer by Casey Todd

The day after her high school graduation, Caro Spencer opens a private detective agency. Only, Caro isn’t your typical PI. She devotes her life to eradicating the supernatural creatures that plague her hometown—creatures that the other citizens of Pine Grove, SC are happy to ignore. Though Caro is used to fighting demons, werewolves, and vampires, everything changes when she discovers . . .

A serialized novel, updating monthly.
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Journal of the Living by John Moralee

The journal entries of Ben Smith - survivor of the zombie apocalypse.

Ben Smith is a survivor of the zombie apocalypse, telling his story in a series of blog posts. Some of his blog entries will feature a poll where he asks for advice, with the results changing the outcome of the story. . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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A Devil in Gods Country by J.T. Peterson

The story centers on six strangers in the bible-belt trying to survive a virus outbreak. A virus that starts out with flu-like symptoms that, if you’re lucky, kills you, and if you’re not, reduces you to man’s most basest nature. Zero reasoning skills and zero humanity, the only thing that remains is the will to exist—and the desire to destroy . . .

A complete novel.
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Oasis by Bryce Beattie

Terrorists have unleashed a devastating and bizarre virus in a small desert town. Something has knocked out the power grid. The government has quarantined the city, but is not sending aid, and nobody can understand why. Oasis is the story of one man’s struggle against the chaos that blankets the city. . . .

A complete novel.
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Oasis by Bryce Beattie

Terrorists have unleashed a devastating and bizarre virus in a small desert town. Something has knocked out the power grid. The government has quarantined the city, but is not sending aid, and nobody can understand why. Oasis is the story of one man’s struggle against the chaos that blankets the city. . . .

A complete novel.
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Journal of the Living – complete web novel by John Moralee

Life after the zombie apocalypse.

Ben Smith is a survivor of the zombie apocalypse. He used to work in the City as a banker – but now he leads a small group of people trying to survive in a Britain plagued by zombies and dangerous vigilante groups. While struggling to stay alive, Ben writes a series of journal entries, telling his action-packed story of life . . .

A complete novel.
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Zombie Bytes: A tale of survival. by Tracy Wilson

Zombie, Horror, fiction

The story follows Sarah Eichman, and her life’s decisions after a devastating, world-wide Zombie apocalypse. Time will only tell if she survives the insanity. Or becomes one of the undead. . . .

A complete novel.
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Terminal by Ben Hron

A zombie web novel. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day.

It’s about Zombies. Groaning, moaning, maddened flesh eating abominations driven by their insensate desire to feed. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day. A metaphor for our hopeless battle against the savage throng of the human tide . . . an ocean of grasping hands, tearing, ripping, desecrating what you have, who you are. We struggle to keep our heads . . .

An abandoned novel.
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THE ZOMBIE KNIGHT SAGA

Death Becomes Him

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Sep 6, 2013: "I’m not joking. If I were, you’d be laughing. I’m hilarious."

Weirdly witty and compelling are words that could describe Garavol the Grim Reaper, as well as the story "The Zombie Knight" itself, right from page one. I’ve always thought dialogue was a great way to start a story and draw the reader in, and here we have an intriguing opening conversation between a successfully suicidal teen and a "grim reaper" come to make an offer he could refuse, if he’d [more . . .]

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THE ZOMBIE KNIGHT SAGA

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By casmirradon, member

May 31, 2016: A thoroughly enjoyable story that gets considerably better as it goes on. In my head it’s almost two different stories. There there’s the beginning, which for myself was honestly only just barely good enough to keep me coming back to see what happened next. And then later when the world opens up more and it became a sprawling and ambitious epic that had me obsessively reading day and night.

As others have noted, it’s confusing at first that it takes place [more . . .]

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