This morning I finished reading "World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War".
It's a collection of first hand (fictitious, obviously) accounts of a world wide zombie disaster that wipes out a majority of the world's population. It was a pretty entertaining read, I think. It helped the time pass on many and long subway rides. If you like stories about zombies or about apocalyptic things, you should pick this up.
This isn't high art or anything. Just entertainment.
What's wrong with that?
Last week I finished this OTHER book (an anthology of short stories, actually) about zombies called "The Living Dead":
(My personal favorites from this anthology are "The Age of Sorrow" by Nancy Kilpatrick, "Blossom" by David J. Schow, and "This Year's Class Picture" by Dan Simmons. Very creepy, often depressing.)
This is the book about zombie films I think I'll purchase next:
I REALLY REALLY want that book.
So very badly.
I kinda have zombies on the brain right now.
The whole idea of a zombie plague is so captivating/intriguing to me.