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It’s a niche genre. If you love it, you love it. But if your tastes are a little more refined than the average brain dead carnivore’s, zombie books and zombie novels can be tricky--especially if you like a little brain with your blood, gore, and carnage. There’s an art to writing good zombie books. In the next few weeks, I’ll review some of my favorite zombie books and some of the popular zombie books. You’re not infected yet. Your choice doesn’t have to be mindless
Walking Grey Series: Book 1 Grey Matters.
"They bash our heads and chain us up because we’re different. Well, maybe knowing we would happily throw on a bib, rip out their guts, and devour them like hotdogs on a stick, without the stick--or the bib for that matter--probably has something to do with it. No one really wants to hang out with a girl whose idea of a Slurpee is grey matter and good splashed in the snow, hold the straw."
"Narrated with spunk and humor by a zombie who still has sex appeal, Grey Matters is a fresh take on the undead meme where the enemy comes from within, literally. One of the most original and shocking takes on zombie literature I've ever seen. Grey Matters is humorous, acutely terrifying, and thoroughly gripping from the first page to the last.”
Katherine Boyle, Veritas Literary
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Rachel DeFriez is the author of the WALKING GREY series: Grey Matters and Grey Knights; I AM KRONOS, and "The Rath Haven Chronicles."