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The Book of Final Flesh (All Flesh Must Be Eaten) Paperback – 1 Jun 2003

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9934dbac) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
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HASH(0x994454b0) out of 5 stars Last call for Brains! Last call... 24 Jan. 2005
By Schtinky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Lowder has done it again with this last book in his trio of Zombie anthologies. Beginning with The Book Of All Flesh, continuing with The Book Of More Flesh, and finally completing with this stellar collection, The Book Of Final Flesh. Many of the talented authors from the previous two collections are back, with more of their brilliant and inspired writings of the new age of zombies. No tired old tales here, each story is a fresh new look at the living dead, running the gamut from humor to terror with flavorful enthusiasm.

Scott Nicholson is back, with `You'll Never Walk Alone', a haunting tale of a child's loneliness in his sequestered life with his father, John Sullivan's `Relapse' brings medical wonder cures out for display, Sarah A. Hoyt's romantic `The Blonde' brings a touch of fantasy to the undead, Tim Waggoner's `Provider' takes Zombie family lifestyles to a new level, Andy Vetromile takes a couple of cold mobster hitmen and tasks them with walking corpses in `If A Job's Worth Doing', Ed Greenwood's `The Secret In The Cellar' is a stunningly bizarre medical thriller, Steve Melisi takes love where it shouldn't go in `Christine's World', Mike Cole combines zombies with fantastically strange creatures over an African plain in `Shouting Down The Moon', and Christine Morgan rises to mention once again with `Seven Brains, Ten Minutes', a tale of deception amongst the undead.

Other authors to be mentioned are Joe Murphy, Lee Thomas, Kealan Patrick Burke, Mark McLaughlin, Kristine Dikeman, Lucien Soulban, Roland J. Green, Joseph M. Nassise, Pete D. Manison, Scott Reilly, Barry Hollander, Paul E. Martens, Paul G. Tremblay, Jonathan Petersen, and Scott Edelman.

Twenty-four new tales of Zombies run amok, stalking our quiet streets and hunting our brains. From Earth to Space, from past to present, and on into the future of humanity, the Zombies shuffle through the pages of this lovely collection with deadly intent. If you are a Zombie lover, this is a must have addition to your collection. Enjoy!
HASH(0x99448084) out of 5 stars Buy, read, give, buy again, re-read !! 3 Dec. 2015
By Mister Snid - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
great anthology... creepy... weird....um, hello... Zombies. a lot of new / interesting takes on a well worn genre. I believe this was the third in the series... read it, give it to a friend, buy another copy read it again !!
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HASH(0x99e287bc) out of 5 stars Disappointing 9 Nov. 2012
By Steve Berman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
For an anthology that promises zombies, several of the creatures encountered in these pages barely qualify for the term. I'm all for expanding the playing field...historical horror stories are some of my favorite reads, but most of the stories set before the 20th century do not feature ghouls or anything demanding human flesh. So much for "All Flesh Must be Eaten." There are a couple notable names in the TOC (Paul Tremblay and Scot Edelman) but this is not their best work or even indicative of their talent. There are much better zombie anthologies around. I advuse against this one.
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