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June 25, 2013

The 10 Books Every Zombie Fan Must Read

world-war-zBy Kimberly Turner

Let’s face it, vampires are played out. Sparkles and sexiness vanquished their frightfulness in a way garlic and holy water never could. But the world needs a monster, particularly in tough times, so zombies have spent the last few years shambling in to fill the pop culture void. We play Plants vs. Zombies on our phones, watch The Walking Dead on TV, go on zombie walks, run zombie-themed races, and will almost certainly make World War Z (based on the 2006 book by Max Brooks, released today) one of the highest-grossing films of the summer. According to the Today show, the “zombie economy” is worth more than $5.74 billion in the U.S. alone.

There is simply no better time to brush-up on zombie fiction, but with so many undead-related titles to choose from, it’s hard to figure out where to start. LitReactor to the rescue. Here are ten not-to-be-missed zombie books worth their weight in rotting flesh. Um, we mean worth their weight in something much more valuable than rotting flesh. Even if you don’t consider yourself a horror buff, you might be surprised to find something here you’ll love. After all, most good zombie novels are more about the humans than the monsters, and you’ll find everything from political intrigue to romance to Southern Gothic literary fiction on this list…

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