Zombies, it seemed, were due a renaissance. And interestingly, we wanted to reclaim zombie fiction from the 10-a-penny "zombie apocalypse" narrative which seems to have infected the genre over the past few years. A rebirth, if you will.
In steps newcomer L. Scott Lincoln to provide just that; He wanted us to answer that telling question: "Where have all the good zombies gone?"
Although there is a coherent theme, each of the stories is unique. They are tales of the unexpected; stories which think outside the coffin. This is fiction that bites. It clamps its sharp teeth into you and carries on chewing at your flesh. Sometimes searingly visceral, sometimes comic, sometimes horrific, it is like turning your neck to look at a car crash, and then continuing to look at that wreck in every detail.
So, carve out some time, sit back, and eat 'em up.
©2015 L. Scott Lincoln (P)2015 L. Scott Lincoln
Because tales should be told.
Yes, if they like the zombie genre. This set of short stories has a few real gems. All of the stories are decent except for the first and the fourth which are just plain bad. Story 2 and story 3 are quite good.
This is the first book by L. Scott Lincoln that I've listened to, however, this book is by many authors.
He is pretty good and gave a satisfying performance.
Yes, a few of the stories are exceptional. It is hard to find good zombie stories.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
It's not fair really for me to give a zombie book a review. However I try to stay very open minded in these cases. There have been many zombie books I have actually fell in love with, and this wasn't one of them! This story wasn't anything to write home about.
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I am not sure since I did not read the print version.
I really enjoyed the story about the blind woman in the attic.
I feel he has a good tone and inflection. He definitely makes the stories entertaining/
Tales of the Undead
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Prolific reader and listener of books of all kinds.
I can't critique L. Scott Lincoln as this is a collection of stories by other authors. The selection is varied in style and quality.
Bryan L. Anderson does a solid job of narration.
This is an uneven collection of zombie related stories. Some are good, some are interesting and some I didn't care for. Overall it is a decent collection even though trudging over a well worn subject. Some of the stories almost feel like fragments out of a larger story and don't end clearly.
If you like the genre, this is worth a listen.
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80% of my day my ear has a story running it. *LOL*
loved this book. several zombie novels in one. only problem was it felt like some of theming stories ended to soon
I would revommend.
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