I was sent a review copy of Nightfall (at no cost to me), then my computer died. This review was written on a nook color, so please forgive the typos and formatting mistakes.
From the cover…
“You’re going to hell, Jack Nightingail.”
The last words spoken in Jack’s final case as police negotiator have been haunting him ever since leaving the job. He’d been a cop long enough to see people at their worst, to doubt the existence of God, heaven, hell, or souls. Now a struggling private detective, those chilling words return with a vengeance when he inherits a mansion with a priceless library and a terrifying warning.
The last time we saw the crew of After the End Times, they were a dominate, albeit new, online news site. Uncovering conspiracy, shouting truth at the world and poking dead things with sicks. (Gotta have some fun, right?) Things started going bad. Don’t worry, no spoilers, but in a world where the dead stand up and chow down on the living… saying things went bad means they went very bad indeed. Continue reading →
AMC’s The Walking Dead had a short, but awesome, first season. Plenty of zombie action, with a side of real drama made The Walking Dead one of the best shows on TV. It’s gonna be tough waiting until October 2011, or thereabouts, to see where season 2 picks up. I’m dying to see where our group of survivors will go from here.
The year 2014 brought mankind two of its greatest medical breakthroughs, the cures for cancer and the common cold. Unfortunately, when the cures met there was an unexpected interaction, zombification. Kellis-Amberlee changed the nature of life and death, and in the process it change the world.
More than twenty years later civilization has adapted to the darker side of Kellis-Amberlee. One of the changes brought about is a shift away from mainstream media. Bloggers are the trusted source of news in this dangerous new era.
While covering a presidential campaign, bloggers Georgia and Shaun Mason expose a terrifying conspiracy. Following this story could uncover dangerous secrets about the infected, secrets that powerful people would rather keep hidden.
I just finished watching the first episode of High School of the Dead on Anime Network. It was awesome. Sure there were a couple of problems, but the anime looks like it will live up to the bloody awesomeness of the manga. That’s saying a lot. The manga is a top-notch zombie story.
Update: Only the first 2 episodes will be available to registered members. To see the rest of the episodes you’ll have to pay.