Ashley Parker is a mature student attending college in the small town of Redwood Grove. Aside from a jerk classroom assistant and a flu epidemic, life seems good. And then the flu victims who die reanimate as zombies.
Ashley is one of a few who are immune to the virus and is recruited as a zombie killer. This is a good exciting zombie adventure with one flaw: Ashley’s bizarre ‘romance’ does not ring true.
“I couldn’t resist a peek out the living room window. When I saw what was out there, I wished I’d had better restraint.”
Horrors Beyond 2: Stories of Strange Creations edited by William Jones, part 1
Isolation Point, California
A man and women are some of the very few survivors of a hate plague. This was mediocre.
A retired code breaker is asked to study one last code. This was not good.
Space travel goes badly wrong in this bad confusing tale.
A nutter acts nuts. This was bad.
A PI is asked for help with a disappearance. This was good.
An utterly weird tale of monsters and technobabble. It was awful.
A man makes an unfortunate discovery in the woods. This was good but the ending makes no sense.
A DJ’s influence is felt from beyond the grave. This was bad.