You love zombies and think about every possible apocalyptic situation. However, if you have not read the top 7 zombie books of all time, can you even claim to be a fan? There are plenty of zombie books that are very different in their plots and storyline. Ever since Richard Matheson’s 1950s classic I Am Legend, this genre has explored and exploded. In this article, we are going to read about 7 books that have dissimilar plotlines and are remarkably written.
Top 7 Zombie Books of All Time
World War Z by Max Brooks
The Zombie War came unimaginable near to eliminating humanity. Max Brooks, driven by the importance of preserving the acid-etched first-hand experiences of the survivors from those apocalyptic years, voyaged across the USA and the world. He recorded the testimony of people who came face-to-face with the living, or the undead, hell of that terrible occurrence. The consequence is World War Z. The book captures with horrifying immediacy the human dimension of this epochal incident.
Zone One by Colson Whitehead
A pandemic has devastated the earth. The plague has divided into infected and uninfected. The plague is receding and American citizens are engaged in rebuilding civilization under instructions from the government. Their top priority is the resettlement of Manhattan. The forces have successfully reclaimed Zone One but the pockets of plague-ridden squatters remain. Mark Spitz is a member of the team working in lower Manhattan. The novel alternates between the flashback of Mark’s desperate conflict for survival during the outbreak and the present narrative.
Feed by Mira Grant
2014 – There is a cure for cancer and the common cold. However, in the process, something new and terrible has been produced which is unstoppable. The infection is spreading rapidly and they are overpowering bodies and minds with one command: FEED. At present, after twenty years bloggers Georgia and Shaun Mason are on the trail of the dark conspiracy behind their infection.
The Girl With All The Gifts by Mike Carey
The main character of this horror/sci-fi fiction Melanie is a special girl, Dr. Caldwell refers to her as “our little genius.” Every day, Melanie waits to be collected for class. When they arrive, two people strap her into a wheelchair and Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointed toward her. Melanie thinks they dislike her. She loves school and learning about sums, spelling, children’s cells, and the outer world. Melanie talks about her big dreams after growing up with her favorite teacher. However, Miss Justineau looks sad every time and Melanie doesn’t know why.
The Reapers Are The Angels by Alden Bell
Civilization has endured in scanty enclaves for twenty-five years. It is guarded against a plague of the dead. Temple wanders this disfigured landscape keeping her demons inside herself. She can’t recall any time before the zombies, however, an old man is still alive in her memory. This old man took her in along with her younger brother she cared for. Temple had to set on a self-journey and now she has to decide on her home and find salvation.
The Forest of Hands And Teeth by Carrie Ryan
Mary’s world is surrounded by specific facts. Such as sisterhood always knows best, the unconsecrated will never take a softer line, the guardians will serve and protect, and you should always mind the fence that protects the village. The barrier protects the village from the Forest of Hands and Teeth. However, Mary is gradually getting familiar with things she should not know of. When the fence broke, Mary has to choose between her future and her village.
My Life As A White Trash Zombie by Diana Rowland
Angel Crawford is living with her alcoholic father in the swamps of southern Louisiana. She is a loser, a dropout from high school who has been fired from more jobs than she can count. Angel does not seem to have anything that can pull her out of this hellish spiral her life is in. Until she wakes up in the emergency room after an overdose of painkillers. She has a recall of an accident but she does not have any signs of it. On top of that, she receives an anonymous letter that says she has a job waiting for her at the parish morgue. How is the job going to turn out is where the story commences.
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