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RevolutionSF reviews THE INFECTION, new from Permuted Press, and calls it “a good read. Craig DiLouie raises the action and strangeness up by levels over the course of the book, in convincing strongly written prose. He goes from moments of stillness and calm to breakneck madness at the drop of a hat … There is some talk of a sequel to this book. If so, I look forward to it.” Thanks, Matt!
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Just finished DUST, Joan Frances Turner’s novel about life among the undead. Normally, reading a novel entirely from the zombie perspective would not be my thing–too hard to connect with, not enough actual horror–but Frances Turner pulls it off beautifully. I loved almost everything about her highly original book, with my only complaint being that I found the ending a bit long and unsatisfying. Highly recommended.
Just finished EMPIRE by David Dunwoody and was impressed with his writing style, which had me turning pages. The book offers up a lot of grisly action and fresh ideas. I liked the portrayal of a very slowly dying United States.
Part 1, episode 1 of the original SURVIVORS (1975-1977), the classic post-apocalyptic BBC series. A killer plague destroys the world, leaving the few survivors to pick up the pieces. The story begins here.
Did you know the world is supposed to end May 21, 2011? So far, the doomsayers are 0 for 0, however, as shown in this National Geographic article, so there’s likely no need to worry.