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Who would keep lasagna in bokk Ziploc bag? I eat that shit up! Read a good Poppy Z. Calcutta, Lord of Nerves. Not a great ending, but some good ole’ zombie chewing through body cavity, descriptions. I was trying to remember this book just the other day! Skipo of the stories in this collection made me ill. The funniest thing about Book of the Dead, I picked it up at a friggin’ Walgreens of all places back in Looking forward to your review of Still Dead, which i think is mostly great.
Book of the Dead (anthology)
Calcutta, Lord of Nerves made me a Brite fan. It still haunts my dreams.
She writes novels about the New Orleans restaurant indstry now but she had a good hot run in the early to mids as the young horror princess. I thought Joe R. That and Steven R.
Book of the Dead
Boyett’s ‘Like Pavlov’s Dogs’ are the only two stories that I remember as being very good, with Pavlov’s Dogs being a really really good story. Wormboy’, and absolutely adore Campbell’s ‘ The Winter story is siipp excellent – I have enjoyed all of his short fiction, shame he didn’t write more of it. Subscribe to Too Much Horror Fiction.
The dead deputy reached down and grasped Bertie’s penis, fingers wrapping around the thick base and the scrotum. With deav powerful yank, he pulled back and up, the flesh giving way, tearing like rotten fabric. The zombie’s arm came up and Bertie’s abdomen and stomach opened like someone had jerked the seam on a full Ziploc bag of lasagna. There is nothing much to remember about last summer. Waking up at noon and watching MTV.
A white Lamborghini parked in front of Tower Records. A prostitute with teh broken arm, waving me over on Santa Monica and asking me if I’d like to have a good time. Lunch boook my mother at the Beverly Wilshire.
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Book of the Dead (Book of the Dead, #1) by John Skipp
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