Zombie Syndrome: A Space Horror Novel

Zombie Syndrome: A Space Horror Novel

Zoe, a gifted telepath aboard the Odyssey space vessel is awakened to the sounds of screaming. The crew has succumbed to the deadly alien parasite which they picked up on a remote desert planet. Barely surviving the ordeal, Zoe utilizes the freezing chambers in the cryogenics laboratory and sends out a telepath distress call to anyone nearby. Light years away, Ida, a failed telepath aboard the salvage ship Argo hears the call and alerts her captain. Fearless, Captain Titus heads for the ship, promising his crew excessive credits for the missing vessel. But as they board the Odyssey they failed to realize it had been taken over by an alien species using humans as a host. Prepare for deep space horror, thrilling adventure, a malfunctioning Sa

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2 Responses to Zombie Syndrome: A Space Horror Novel

  1. Francis J. Cone Jr. says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Predictable but entertaining, September 29, 2010
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    A very great deal of this story is borrowed from the genre. IMHO just a tad too much which is a shame after reading the authors Zombie Apocalypse novellas which were a refreshing new look at Zombie stories (Especially the first). Reading the story I just could not escape the feeling that I knew exactly what was coming next, not because the next logical step was apparent but because I had seen these characters in this situation more or less several times before in other books/movies.

    If you can look past that however (As I eventually did). The book certainly is entertaining. I would have liked a few twists here or there to add uniqueness but I would still recommend it to anyone looking for a sic-fi/Zombie story.

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  2. T. Williams says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Just o.k, April 26, 2011
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    It had a lot of action and it was a cross between Aliens and Day of the Dead. It was o.k and I will re-read it in a few months but it was nothing to write home about.

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