The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead

by Nick Redfern and Brad Steiger
Zombie Book

Even if youíre a zombie fanatic, Iíll wager you know only a fraction of zombie facts, lore, and legend. Well, now you can get completely up to speed with The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead. This book provides comprehensive information about every zombie movie and TV show ever made. The most interesting entries Ö are the ones about creatures, lore, or historical events with which I am not familiar. amusing and helpful encyclopedia to Ö aid in film studies as well as research into popular culture.

American Reference Books

The Zombie Book is appropriately chock full of relative zombie items. Itís not just all films and/or legends but more an overview of items and subjects that fall under higher interest items in the zombie genre. This is a great zombie reference book presented by 2 amazing authors. amazing anthology that shows how zombie myths have grown throughout history and around the world. ... A fascinating, informative collection that anyone interested in the history of zombies will want to read. Itís funny, scary, and sometimes shocking.

Library Journal

The Zombie Book is a pleasant read. Just as the subtitle indicates, it offers an encyclopedic look at all things zombie. ... thereís a lot here, perhaps too much: movies, books, folkore, ancient mythology, conspiracy theories, cryptozoology, Voodoo, Ufology.

Rampaging, driven, killing machines.

Soulless and dead. Infected and infectious. Zombies. The epidemic of the living dead is stronger than ever in todayís pop culture, but long before exotic viruses, biological warfare, and sinister military experiments brought the dead back to life in our cinemas and on our television screens, there were the dark spells and incantations of the ancient Egyptians, the Sumerians, and the Babylonians. Blending the historical with the modern, the biographical with the literary, the plants and animals with bacteria and viruses, the mythological with the horrifying true tales, The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead is a comprehensive resource to understanding zombies. More than 230 entries cover everything from hit television shows, books, and movies to zombiesí ignominious role in folklore and mythology. Learn about mad cow disease, the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, the Centers for Disease Control preparing for the end of the world, and much, much more. This is the definitive guide to zombies from two experts on the unexplained and paranormal.

About Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern Nick Redfern is the author of 30 books on UFOs and cryptozoology, including Monster Files;
The Real Men in Black; The NASA Conspiracies;
and Strange Secrets. He has appeared on more than 70 TV shows, including: the BBCís Out of This World; the SyFy Channelís Proof Positive; and the History Channelís Monster Quest.

About Brad Steiger

Brad Steiger Award-winning writer Brad Steiger authored over 2,000 articles and more than 180 titles with inspirational and paranormal themes, including Conspiracies and Secret Societies; Real Aliens, Space Beings, and Creatures from Other Worlds; Real Encounters, Different Dimensions, and Otherworldy Beings; and Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Houses.. Brad is a veteran of broadcast news magazines such as The Nightly News, as well as a regular radio guest on shows ranging from Rob McConnellís X-Zone to Coast to Coast with George Noory.

Hometown: Somewhere in, Iowa

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  • ISBN: 9781578595044
  • PDF ISBN: 9781578595303
  • Kindle ISBN: 9781578595327
  • ePUB ISBN: 9781578595310
  • 384 pages
  • 110 photos and illustrations
  • 7.125 x 9.25 paperback
  • $39.95 ($21.99 Can.)

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