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Eisenbolan

1. Posted:

Here are my fav zombie novels.

1) Autumn series by David Moody. Very interesting series. His Haters books are also fantastic.

2) Day by Day by Bourne interesting in that its very confined to just a handful of characters.

3) Morningstar series by Zecht (sp?) . I like more of a large scale view for zombie novels.

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There are novel series about zombies?

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Morphtorok wrote:

There are novel series about zombies?

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Konata wrote:

Morphtorok wrote:

There are novel series about zombies?

well, why not? they're popular right now, after all. if you guys are interested in the series Eisenbolan has tried, why not ask him or her some questions? :3

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I already did.

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CanisWolfred

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^You asked him if Zombie novels exist. He already proved that in his first post. Maybe you should ask something like...could you tell me more about Autumn? What makes it good? What's it about (info's not easily accessible online, it seems)? You know, engage him in conversation.

Unless you're not interested, in which case, you could, you know, ignore it and move on.

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It's an easily expandable slightly sarcastic general question.

Had he (she?) answered it, he would've probably added details about the novels he mentioned (What are them about, what makes them good, etc) without me directly asking for that information.

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Eisenbolan

8. Posted:

Morphtorok wrote:

There are novel series about zombies?

Lots of them. Moody is on book 5. About 99 percent of Englanders and all over the world suddenly fall over dead. They then come back to basicly kill not just to eat. Its worth getting.

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Morphbug

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See? It works!

Thank you Eisen. I'll try to check them out if I ever find them.

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CanisWolfred

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You win this time, Morphtorok, but don't expect to always be so lucky...:P

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I've heard Warm Bodies is good.

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I quite enjoyed World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

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RevolverLink wrote:

I quite enjoyed World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

Oh yeah, I heard good things back when I was in high school about that one. Too bad I'm not big on Zombies, it really sounds interesting.

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Now that I think about it... I actually read one of the novelizations of Resident Evil back then when Resident Evil was still a big thing. That counts right?

I think it was Resident Evil 2 or 3 (can't remember which), I remember it was enjoyable and added a lot to the story of the game.

So far, I think that's the only novel about zombies I have read :P

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Eisenbolan

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Morphtorok wrote:

Now that I think about it... I actually read one of the novelizations of Resident Evil back then when Resident Evil was still a big thing. That counts right?

So far, I think that's the only novel about zombies I have read :P

Sure. They also have RE novels that are not part of the videogame series.

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