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Classic tales of survival in a world populated by the living dead as well as an array of unique takes on the zombie genre from authors including David Wellington and David Moody  Under a Graveyard Sky Ringo, John The story of a family escaping a zombie epidemic in the US on a sailboat and the beginning of the process of finding survivors on the high seas as a prelude to retaking the mainland.
Book one of the Black Tide Rising series. Kirkman, Robert and Bonasinga, Jay It depicts the journey of Philip Blake in the early days of the undead apocalypse to his eventual rise as "The Governor" of Woodbury.
Kirkman, Robert and Bonasinga, Jay It follows the travails of Lilly Caul who finds herself coming in contact with the "Governor" of Woodbury, a refuge amongst the zombie apocalypse that is not what it seems. The second of a planned trilogy.
Marion, Isaac R is a zombie who is a little different than his fellow Dead. He meets Julie Grigio, a Living girl, and ends up falling in love. Brooks, Max An oral history told by many survivors of the start, during, and aftermath of the zombie apocalypse.
When zombies attack B's school, B is forced on a mad dash through the serpentine corridors, making allegiances with anyone with enough guts to fight off their pursuers.
Shan, Darren The fourth book in the Zom-B series. B finds refuge with Angels, a group of teenagers who are dedicated to the task of restoring order back to the living.
They are led by a mysterious, kindly doctor who can answer many of the questions that have been thrown up so far in the series. Shan, Darren The fifth book in the Zom-B series.
B is trying to settle into life with the Angels, but finds it hard to believe some of Dr. When she decides to seek refuge elsewhere, she scours the streets of London in search of a place to call home. Wwhat she finds will lead B to question everything that she has ever held to be true.
Shan, Darren The third book in the Zom-B series. B explores the streets of London, where we get our first glimpses of what has happened to the world in the wake of the zombie attacks.
Shan, Darren The sixth book in the Zom-B series. B Smith has decided to live — and to fight for good as long as possible. However, London is overridden with the brain-eating undead and swarming with human mercenaries whose sense of right and wrong dissolved when society did.
When they lay a trap, B is captured. And it will take dozens of battles—and the fight of a lifetime—to escape. Shan, Darren The seventh book in the Zom-B series.
B Smith and the other Angels receive their first mission - to safely escort a group of human survivors from the zombie-infested streets of London to New Kirkham, a barricaded safe haven in the country. But after battling through crowds of undead monsters, B discovers that the survivors of the town do not necessarily represent the best of humanity Shan, Darren The second book in the Zom-B series.
Waking up in an underground military complex, months after the zombie outbreak, B has no memory of the last few months. As B learns more about the zombies held in the complex, and the scientists keeping them captive, unease settles in.
Jones, Stephen A mosaic novel in which interconnected narratives create a unique vision of the end of the world brought about by a plague.DISCUSSION: Asking students to discuss their responses to the text helps them to participate in communal discussion.
By utilizing discussion groups, literature circles (Daniels, ), or Socratic seminars, teachers help students to negotiate meaning about a text. The book selections for The Deliberate Reader Book Club.
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I’ve been reading over some of my old posts. I did love posting here, though dear lord I had a serious comma addiction. This is a list of zombie related novels that are notable themselves or by notable authors.
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