Series: Living Dead Love Stories


ZOMBIES DON'T SURRENDER by Rusty Fischer
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 1, 2014

"For readers craving lighter—yet still violent and gory—cannibalistic action with a side of self-discovery. (Horror. 13 & up)"
Life at the supersecret good-zombie headquarters, nicknamed Sentinel City by heroine Maddy, is complicated, unsatisfying and short. Read full book review >
ZOMBIES DON'T FORGIVE by Rusty Fischer
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 1, 2013

"Popcorn fun for the brain-munching set. (Horror. 14 & up)"
The emphasis is on revenge rather than romance for teenage zombies struggling to keep the living part of living dead. Read full book review >
ZOMBIES DON'T CRY by Rusty Fischer
Released: April 1, 2011

Madison Emily Swift is a typical high-school junior until a late-night lightning strike turns her into a zombie. Her self-absorbed best friend Hazel and the new boy at school suddenly aren't the only things Maddy has on her mind. She quickly learns that she not only has to eat brains (of course), but she also has to abide by the laws of The Guide to the Proper Care and Feeding of Zombies, 24th Edition, including passing as a Normal (living human), dating only zombies and killing Zerkers (bad zombies). When two of her classmates turn out to be Zerkers intent on making her their next victim, Maddy and her new zombie pals brace for a Fall Formal that Barracuda Bay High will never forget. Fischer provides readers with some laugh-out-loud moments and an interesting twist on zombie mythology. The author cleverly debunks the typical zombie brain-lust mania, offering thinking, feeling zombies intent on saving humanity from zombies gone bad. While some of the secondary characters lack depth and readers may want the unlikable Hazel to die a horrible death, Maddy's authentically teenlike first-person narration reveals a spirited heroine dealing with the gantlet that is high-school life and adapting to life as a fledgling zombie. Dedicated zombie fans will want to read this book and may clamor for a sequel. (Fiction. 14 & up)Read full book review >