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  • By Comet Brower on May 23, 2010

    While there are some very good individual stories it is hard to call this an Anthology as there is no intro for each story and the themes and details do not go with one another. It felt Like I was reading the homework for some writing class there the assignment was to write a short story with the word Zombie in it (not exactly fair as some stories do not call them zombies). The abrupt jump of time/place and theme between each story really threw the rhythm of reading off for me.

  • By Billzilla on October 12, 2010

    Let's get this out of the way first thing; zombies scare me. The mindless violence and relentless, insatiable hunger and lack of pain response of the George Romero-style walking dead creep me the heck out. So when Jim Lowder handed me a copy of The Best of All Flesh at GenCon to review for Flames Rising, I admit I approached it with some trepidation.The Best of All Flesh is just that; the finest tales collected from Eden Studios' The Book of All Flesh, The Book of More Flesh, and The Book of Final Flesh, all edited by Mr. Lowder. These in turn were inspired by Eden's All Flesh Must Be Eaten tabletop roleplaying game.Starting off with a bang, the first story - "What Comes After" by Kris Dykeman - spins a yarn about a small-town deputy rounding up survivors into a guarded, fenced, safe zone after a zombie outbreak. One lone holdout, a retired schoolteacher, refuses to come in, so Deputy Reade must try one last time to convince his former teacher to go to safety. As it turns out, she has a plan of her own that will chill readers to their very souls.Robin Laws' "Susan" is a disturbing tale of a jaded man who seeks new thrills to make him feel alive. He has a friend with connections that can help him find the stimulation he's looking for, but there's danger involved, not to mention the price he'll have to pay for his thrills..."Familiar Eyes" by Barry Hollander is a heartbreaking tale of a man and the wife he lost. She keeps coming back though, and John keeps hoping that the next time she rises, she'll be herself again. It hasn't happened yet, but John keeps hoping, and keeps reburying her secretly in the back yard."Trinkets" harkens back to the original zombie myths from the Caribbean. Written by Tobias Buckell, Trinkets is about George Petros, who is compelled to seek out a particular man to show him an artifact - compelled by a vengeful zombie master who has him under her control.The rest of this review can be found at [...]

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