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Paperback The Undead: Flesh Feast (Zombie Anthology , vol. 3) Book

ISBN: 0978970756

ISBN13: 9780978970758

The Undead: Flesh Feast (Zombie Anthology , vol. 3)

Satisfy your hunger for the living dead in the third installment of the popular Undead series, THE UNDEAD: FLESH FEAST. A new recruit must face the grotesque realities behind the zombie war. An ancient, tentacled horror commands the walking dead. A green mold creeps across an uncharted island, driving its mysterious inhabitants insane. A lone survivor of the zombie apocalypse wants only one thing... to be bitten. The Grim Reaper struggles to claim...


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Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Much better than the 2nd BUT not as good as the first...

Ok this one was definitely better than the 2nd but not as good as the first. Although, the final story in this book I thought was great. This is a must have for fans of the undead and will absolutely creep you out. Totally worth reading.

Wooo-Hoo, Ma, here come the Zombies!

Fresh and interesting new Zombie stories, I really LOVE all the stories in this anthology. Devoured (exuse the pun:)) this gripping, entire huge book in two nights. Left me slobbering for MORE MEAT!

Most Excellent

It was pretty good. I'm an especially huge zombie fan and I have to say this made an excellent addition to my collection

A brave new world of the undead

The first two volumes of the Undead series had their share of departures from traditional zombie lore. With this third volume, the departures are even more extreme - twisted takes on the walking dead that draw inspiration from the Bible, Lovecraft and L. Frank Baum. There are a few tales that are more familiar (and quite good in their own right), but prepare yourself for some new visions of the undead. Flesh Feast continues the series' tradition of exploring new territory while delivering just enough of the zombie goodness you crave.

A pleasent surprise

I was a big fan of the first book, and felt the sequel was a huge drop in overall quality. To be sure, it had a lot of good. But the good was always mixed evenly with equally lackluster stories. The third time proves to be the charm, as the stories in flesh feast have an overall quality very near that of the first.
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