This post provides a handy list of resources to prepare for the next attack of the undead, including a link to Zombies of the World.
However, just because the book promotes a tongue-in-cheek perspective, doesn’t mean that some pretty nasty pieces of work aren’t touched upon as well like the Talking Zombie, or Mortifera Immortalis Trioxin, who “is considered the most dangerous species of undead in the world” (p. 52). This may be because they “are highly aggressive predators who actively seek to eat the brains of humans, claiming that it eases the pain of being undead” (p. 52).
I’ve written a new short story and released it as an ebook. It’s on Amazon and will be available for sale here and on Smashwords shortly. It focuses on one species of zombie in Afghanistan. Find out more:
“The outbreak of the undead in Afghanistan in 2007 shortly after a skirmish between the U.S. Army and the Taliban caused an international outcry. A village with a secret became the latest battlefield in the War on Terror. No one could predict how that battle would transform the world.
Some charged that the military deliberately weaponized zombies, a war crime. Others thought the Army didn’t do enough to stop the outbreak. Rumors abound of the Taliban trying to make the undead into a new terrorist weapon. Today, hordes of the undead roam the region, threatening to destabilize every government in the region. You be the judge. Find out what really happened in this leaked interview with a eyewitness to the outbreak.” – Buy it now!