If you know me, then you know I am a lover of horror. I can read any genre, I can watch any movie, but in the end, you'll always catch me knee-deep in horror. Zombies: Encounters with the Hungry Dead, edited and arranged by John Skipp is one that definitely satisfied me. I haven't read every single story- there are so many, but enough of them gave me enough to post a review.
This book is LOADED with horrific tale after tale after tale with death! I was very lucky- I found the book at V-Stock, a store that sells both new and used books for less than $15. I honestly believe it was in the wrong spot. The thing is, I'm attracted to large books and this book is huge. 638 pages of pure grossness, walking dead things and people running through apocalyptic streets.
There are variations of the monsters, coming from different time settings and some of every situation and the best part is, it's filled with pictures! Yes- each photo sets the themes and situations of the stories.
I've yet to finish the book, but it's not one that you sit and read from beginning to end. You have to savor these evil tales, plus like I said, the book is massive. Periodically, I pick it up the book and read a few. I haven't read one story that I didm't like yet- i'm in love with this book. Skip found talented authors who really know how to paint a picture, and fill your imagination with nightmarish scenarios the will haunt you.
If you're a horror fanatic, you will too! Next!📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Waves of the Spirit is next..
**Book is from my personal library.
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