UK-based zombie apocalypse. Exciting, action-packed story with a group of interesting characters, and fun twists on the genre.
In defense of zombie novels
The best zombie novels invite us to think critically about the collective, about society and about our role in preserving it.
The First Days
As The World Dies Book 1. Great story, characterization and dialogue, tense plotting and emotional impact… and the best ever opening scene.
Experts may warn us and small outbreaks may scare us, yet we still manage to convince ourselves that nothing will go wrong. Till it does.
The Truth Machine
More relevant than ever. Imagine if we could wipe out Fake News and lying, scumbag politicians thanks to a reliable lie detector?
Ike Hamill’s books are getting me through the lockdown It’s Memorial Day in a small tourist town in Maine where preparations are underway for the annual parade. Hamill introduces a
Keeps you up too late I thought I wouldn’t enjoy this much, but I grabbed it while it was free and thought I’d nothing to lose. How wrong I was!
A gripping, anxiety-fueled read Update: This is an old review of Ike Hamill’s Extinct. It’s a lousy review. No, the book isn’t lousy, my review is. I think I would
The Mysterious Benedict Society
A clever book for and about clever kids. Enjoyable for adults too. Uncondescending, imaginative, fast-paced and full of surprises.
Finished With Life
A novel of ideas including climate change, multiverses, freedom, family ties and family responsibility, artificial intelligence and more…