ESP Reviewed: The Best of All Flesh

James Lowder’s zombie anthology The Best of All Flesh was reviewed by Glenn Dallas in the Sacremento Book Review:

“Easily the most popular literary apocalypse, at least these days, is the rise of the zombie plague. There is a desperate finality to it that eludes many other end-of-the-world scenarios.

In The Best of All Flesh, zombies are everywhere. They swarm, they hunt, they feed. They terrify us, they outnumber us, they outlast us. But then again, they surf. They dance. They party. They raise us for companionship, or food, or both. By merely existing, they bring out the best and the worst in us.”

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