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Old 11-14-2008, 05:38 AM   #18
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Best zombie novel, bar none, is Green Eyes, by Lucius Shepard. But be warned that it's not the zombie novel you're expecting. No shuffling, rotting brain-eaters to be seen. The protagonist is a recently-revived corpse with a driving need to understand the nature of his existence. It's definitely in my top-five all time favorite books. I was thinking about contacting Mr. Shepard to enquire about whether an ebook edition is forthcoming (he's released other books electronically, and writes for electricstory.com)

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An epistemological zombie novel sounds interesting. Even zombies have a right to question existence.


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