What is the best zombie book you’ve ever read?

Question by Bake4u: What is the best zombie book you’ve ever read?
I love zombie books, but I have a hard time finding them! Please tell me what you like :)
Thanks everyone! I love all the responses, and will definatly look them up. :)

Best answer:

Answer by mslinda8393@yahoo.com
Monster Nation by David Wellington
Monster Island by David Wellington
Monster Planet by David Wellington

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6 Responses to What is the best zombie book you’ve ever read?

  1. Desirae says:

    The Forest of Hands and Teeth By Carrie Ryan
    The Dead Tossed Waves By Carrie Ryan
    These are both very good I think.

  2. caring carer says:

    Try Jane Slayre by Sherri Browning Erwin/Charlotte Bronte

    Its got zombies and vampires in it.

    I am on chapter 10 and enjoying it so far.

  3. Avery says:

    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

  4. phoebe says:

    Boneshaker by Cherie Priest
    “Dance of the Dead” a short story by Richard Matheson. I think it’s in the Nightmare at 3000 Feet collection.

  5. Roddy says:

    Here are some you can read online. My list of links used to be much longer than this but I lost many when my HD crashed. Still working on finding them again.

  6. Matt M says:

    Max Brooks “Zombie Survival Guide” and “World War Z” hands down. I’ve read the Monster series by Wellington, and definitely not as good as Brooks. If you have no preconception about whether or not Zombies actually exist, the survival guide will have you scanning woodlines, stocking up on ammo, and plotting your muscle-powered escape into the wilderness.

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