An extravaganza of zombie terror by a team of top writers. --Guy N Smith, best-selling horror author
Holiday of the Dead, from Wild Wolf publishing, very well might be the best collection of zombie stories ever assembled. 38 stories in all, ranging from the straightforward to the sublime, the slick to the undeniably tragic, from some of the best in the genre. Add to that a whole crop of talented up-and-comers, and you have a mammoth book of zombie deliciousness that deserves a spot in your library. The book also comes with two prizes inside. A short story called "The Walk-in" from John Russo, co-writer of Night of the Living Dead, as well as a snippet of the screenplay to the upcoming sequel to the film Pontypool, written by Tony Burgess. The amount of quality in Holiday is simply astounding. There is a story for every mood and almost every situation. If you love zombies, (and frankly, why wouldn't you?), you need this book, pure and simple. --Buyzombie.com
Holiday of the Dead is a thick slice of reading material to gnaw on. In this compilation of zombie short stories, there are enough well known authors for readers to get caught up on, while Holiday of the Dead offers a few more you may never have heard of ... this novel is a steal and zombie fiction fans will find a lot of what makes the apocalypse so exciting in this latest release and the two bonus entries ended the novel with a thrilling bang. --28dayslateranalysis.com
"Holiday of the Dead" is a remarkable collection of stories from a wide variety of authors about our favorite scare, zombies. There are as many types of zombie stories in this anthology as there are stories and there are lots of them ... these stories are excellent, outstanding and I thoughly enjoyed reading each of them. I've read many anthologies and this one has to be the best one by far. It had so many talented writers and had a huge array of living dead exquisiteness. This book is a very rare treasure for the mind's eye.
From the Publisher
Over 500 pages crammed full of flesh-eating horror and dark humour from the cream of UK, US and Canadian talent, including legendary Night of the Living Dead co-writer, John Russo.