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An anthology of zombie short fiction from some of the biggest names in horror and speculative fiction - including Stephen King, George R. R. Martin and Neil Gaiman
When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth!
From White Zombie to Dawn of the Dead, Resident Evil to World War Z, zombies have invaded popular culture, becoming the monsters that best express the fears and anxieties of the modern west.
Gathering together the best zombie literature of the last three decades from many of today's most renowned authors of fantasy, speculative fiction, and horror, including Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Robert Silverberg, George R. R. Martin, Clive Barker, Poppy Z. Brite, Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Laurell K. Hamilton, and Joe R. Lansdale, The Living Dead covers the broad spectrum of zombie short fiction.
Praise for THE LIVING DEAD:
'The best collection of zombie fiction stories ever' - Barnes & Noble.com
'Believe the hype. The Living Dead is absolutely the best zombie anthology I've ever read (and I've read many)... If you have even a vague interest in zombie fiction, you MUST buy this book' - Horrorscope
'The Living Dead contains stories of heartbreak, drama, and man's eternal struggle against himself. The focus doesn't fall squarely on violence and horror, which earns it a place among the best of zombie fiction' - Robert Kirkman, writer of THE WALKING DEAD and MARVEL ZOMBIES
'A superb reprint anthology that runs the gamut of zombie stories . . . There's some great storytelling for zombie fans as well as newcomers' - Publishers Weekly
Der Weltuntergang liegt bereits über einhundert Jahre zurück, ausgelöst durch einen verheerenden Weltkrieg von intelligenten Supercomputern. Die Überlebenden haben sich in einen unterirdischen Komplex geflüchtet, doch sie sind nun von einem solchen Computer abhängig. Dieser hat die Menschen unsterblich gemacht – um sie einer ewigen Folter zu unterziehen ... Harlan Ellison beweist mit seinen Stories, wie schonungslos spekulative Literatur die großen Fragen der Menschheit aufzudecken vermag.
Out of print and off the radar for fifty years, these tales fairly levitate off the page with attitude to spare. Bad attitude.
All hail now, the grand master of blade-wielding juvenile delinquent rock n' roll savagery... HARLAN ELLISON!
Harlan Ellison was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1934. His published works include over 1,700 short stories, novellas, screenplays, essays, teleplays and books. He is the recipient of numerous awards including multiple Hugos, Nebulas and Edgars.
Books. Together with the predecessor PULLING A TRAIN and this odd twin bookend GETTING IN THE WIND, the reading public is caught in a funnel of twisted tales that have remained under the radar for decades. Credited under various pseudonyms and surviving despite a purple cloud of innuendo, hundreds of pages of lost mayhem are finally out in the street, leather clad and revved for action.
The wait is over... the leader of the gang is back to stay. All hail ELLISON!
Harlan Ellison grew up in Painesville, Ohio, on the banks of Lake Erie. His
brand of realism was stoked by his infiltration of the delinquents gangs of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Ellison continues to write and rouse with the same attitude that made him a best selling author from the start of his career.
In a distant future, Earth is in grave danger: The fabric of reality itself in unraveling, leading to catastrophic natural disasters, displaced souls appearing from bygone eras, and sudden, shocking cases of spontaneous combustion. The only hope for Earth's survival is a force of seven warriors, each with his or her special abilities. But can these alien Seven Samurai learn to get along in time to find the source of the gathering chaos and save all of reality?
"The Region Between" first appeared in Galaxy back in 1970. It had originally been commissioned as one of a set of stories by different authors who all used a common starting point as set out in the story's prologue, written by Keith Laumer. Ellison's contribution was a longer work than one usually expects from him, but it nevertheless sustains its bombardment of ideas and feelings throughout. What's more, Ellison created a story that demanded a different format to allow for full expression. The result was a typesetter's nightmare but, as you will see, the experience now only makes this story all the more fascinating, it actually takes you into the story itself.
Featuring an introduction by Harlan Ellison
The Doom That Came to Sarnath—The magnificent city had wealth beyond measure, but no riches could save it from a ghastly day of reckoning.
The Shunned House—He vowed to rid the odious structure of the brooding horror that clung to it, but evil would not go gently.
The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath—Desperate to understand his tormenting vision, one man begins a forbidden and nightmarish journey.
The Tomb—The old Hyde family crypt held a gruesome attraction for a boy, until he communed with the dead and learned their secrets.
The Shadow Out of Time—The quest to understand the devouring force that once possessed a scholar leads a man to the other side of the world, where all will be revealed in one hideous, unholy night.
Plus eleven other macabre tales of pure terror!