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Book Review – “Bizarre Zombie Stories” by Veronica Mordem

September 13, 2013

bizarre zombie storiesHello ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to the Casa!

It seems like just yesterday that I talked to you (which it probably was), so I think I’ll skip the formalities for today and jump right into today’s book, “Bizarre Zombie Stories” by Veronica Mordem.

This is a collection of short stories, all written by Veronica Mordem, and all being about different aspects of life with zombies. I found a lot of enjoyment in reading them, but as you read them, you get an inkling on when the stories written during the author’s career. Sadly, the book is bookended (pun not intended… maybe) by her earliest stories (my guess anyway). And almost had me stop reading after a I began. About half of the stories, whose ideas were good, needed more editing done before being released into the book. Some of them are tropes, even the well written ones, and some are interesting takes you don’t see much of in this era of popularized zombie fiction.

Even with the rough stories, I enjoyed the collection. The ideas were playful, and I enjoyed the genre bending in some of the stories, especially the science fiction story “Decaying Orbit”. These are stories you read for fun, on a rainy day, or when you want a palette cleanser from a heavier story. My rating for this collection is a 3.0 out of 5.0.

You can find “Bizarre Zombie Stories” in the Amazon Kindle store.

Don’t forget to check out the Masters of Macabre and Wicked Women Writers stories and vote for your favorite, even if it’s not mine. Voting for this year’s Master of Macabre ends on September 24. We take special pleasure in knowing people find enjoyment in our torturous words.

As always, if you want to leave a comment, please do so below.  Let me know your opinion  and feel free to share mine with your friends, family, and yes, even your enemies.  I’m on FacebookTwitterGoogle +, and via e-mail at  And check out my stories in the “Darwin Murders” and “Bump Off Your Enemies” anthologies available through

And remember… Why so serious?

Donald P.


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