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It’s the haunted holiday season… I thought I would share my favorite spooky books. But anyone who knows me, knows that I love love love zombie books. So my Top Ten is going to be the Top Ten Spooky Zombie Books. Enjoy!
1. Autumn by David Moody — Very dark, very adult zombie series. Full of gore, just how I like it. And I must say that this entire series really does scare the crap out of me…
2. Allison Hewitt is Trapped and Sadie Walker is Stranded by Madeleine Roux — I loved the idea of Allison Hewitt blogging the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. The second book a lovely treat of zombie books.
3. Newsflesh trilogy by Mira Grant — A different type of zombie book, but oh so good!
4. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies — One of my favorite classic books mixed with zombies while still keeping the Austen style and passages… loved it! I liked Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters a bit less than P&P&Zombies.
5. As the World Dies trilogy by Rhiannon Frater
6. The Walked Dead comic series — I started reading the comic series after I started watching the TV series, but the comics still hold their own. I love the stark black and white cells. A masterpiece of spontaneity.
7. Living with the Dead trilogy by Jesse Petersen — A more funny zombie novel about a couple reconnecting throughout the ordeal. I loved this series so much…
8. World War Z by Max Brooks — Documentary style highlighting the after effects of the zombie apocalypse. I was really looking forward to the movie version, but I hear it’s on the rocks right now. Boo…
9. The Forest of Hands and Teeth trilogy by Carrie Ryan — My favorite YA zombie series. I love the look of the world years afterward. The first one was my favorite hands down, but the other two were really good also.
10. Zombie Blondes by Brian James — Stepford Wives meets zombies in this YA novel. It was plenty creepy to keep me entertained.