The Loving Dead

The Loving Dead

Book - 2010
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Kate and Michael are roommates living in the Oakland hills, working at the same Trader Joes supermarket. A night of drunken revelry changes their lives forever, but not in the way that anyone would expect. A slow-spreading plague of zombie-ism breaks out at their house party, spreading amongst their circle of friends, and simultaneously through the Bay Area. This zombie plague -- an STD of sorts -- is spread through sex and kissing, turning its victims into mindless, horny, voracious killers. Thrust into extremes by this slow- motion tragedy, Kate and Michael are forced to confront the choices they've made in their lives, and their fears of commitment, while trying to stay alive and reunite in the one place in the Bay Area that's likely to be safe and secure from the zombie hoards: Alcatraz.

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Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Night Shade, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781597801942
1597801941
Branch Call Number: FIC/BEAMER
Characteristics: 241 p. ; 22 cm.

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beckylunatic
May 19, 2011

I was actually pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book. I'm fairly burned out on zombies, but Beamer offers an unusual take on them.

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