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The Zombie Bible (Silver Edition)

Prophets, warriors, saints:
Our ancestors faced the ravenous dead.

I am so pleased to announce that the acclaimed series The Zombie Bible is returning to print — in The Silver Edition! You can order the books here (in paperback and kindle editions).

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The Zombie Bible
Death Has Come Up into Our Windows

What Our Eyes Have Witnessed
Strangers in the Land
No Lasting Burial
I Will Hold My Death Close
By a Slender Thread (Fall 2019)

This is a director’s cut of The Zombie Bible. Originally published in 2011-2014, each of the first five volumes is now being re-released, freshly edited, with new art by Lauren K. Cannon, and as the author always imagined it. Each volume re-imagines a biblical story or an ancient religious legend as an episode in humanity’s long struggle with hunger — and with the hungry dead. Each novel in the series is a standalone, so you can read the books in any order.

“Heartbreaking and wonderful.” – Conflictium

“The Zombie Bible is philosophy played out in bleak landscapes. It’s psychology set to the harsh strains of Prokofiev. Litore’s prose is lean and hungry; his characters are faceted all-round like various colored stones; his scenes pulse with blood and life, ring with metal or reek of sweat and undeath.” – Marc McDermott

“Stant Litore has been doing fascinating phantasmagorical things with zombies in biblical times.” – Jeff Vandermeer, author of Annihilation

“Litore’s vibrant writing rips the lid off of the King James version and reveals to us a world of intense human hopes, dreams and pathos. You’ve never seen anything like this before.” – Richard Ellis Preston, Jr., author of Romulus Buckle and the City of the Founders

You can also get a digital box set for your Kindle, here.

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1 thought on “The Zombie Bible (Silver Edition)

  1. […] go check out more of his work at his website. I will be reviewing some of the other novellas in the Zombie Bible, as well as the Ansible Series—which I highly look forward to re-reading—in future […]

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