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Zombies in New York and Other Bloody Jottings

Zombies in New York and Other Bloody Jottings Zombies roam the streets of New York City Clowns die in mysteriously humorous ways Jack the Rippers crimes are investigated by a vampire Welcome to the horrific and poetic world of Sam Stone where An

  • Title: Zombies in New York and Other Bloody Jottings
  • Author: Sam Stone Russell Morgan
  • ISBN: 9781845830557
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zombies roam the streets of New York City Clowns die in mysteriously humorous ways Jack the Rippers crimes are investigated by a vampire Welcome to the horrific and poetic world of Sam Stone, where Angels are stalking the undead and a vampire becomes obsessed with a centuries old werewolf Terror and lust go hand in hand in the disturbing world of the Toymaker, and tZombies roam the streets of New York City Clowns die in mysteriously humorous ways Jack the Rippers crimes are investigated by a vampire Welcome to the horrific and poetic world of Sam Stone, where Angels are stalking the undead and a vampire becomes obsessed with a centuries old werewolf Terror and lust go hand in hand in the disturbing world of the Toymaker, and the haunting Siren s call draws the hapless further into a waking nightmare Thirteen stories of horror and passion, and six mythological and erotic poems from the pen of the new Queen of Vampire fiction.

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    1. Kind of an addictive book to read. Over the few days that I read it, I was slightly obsessed with it and whenever I wasn't reading it, I wanted to be reading it.I absolutely love the front cover for this. Clowns are just the most awesome thing and a zombie clown? Even better! There are illustrations at the beginning of each short story and poem, too, which I thought was a classy touch. At the end of each story/poem Sam Stone has written a little about the inspiration behind it. I enjoyed reading [...]

    2. This collection is split into three sections. The first seven short tales fall under the banner heading of Lucrezia’s Stories. Lucrezia is the main character from another novel called Futile Flame, which is part of the Vampire Gene series. The second section, called Other Bloody Jottings contains six one off short stories. The collection is rounded off with six poemsOf the thirteen stories that make up the main body of the anthology my personal favourites are listed below.Fools Gold – I have [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this collection of short stories and poetry.The first part of the book deals with one of her characters from the Vampire Gene series of novels. Lucrezia and offers the reader further insight into one of the series most enigmatic characters. I particularly liked Fools Gold and Ameline because of their historical elements. I also really enjoyed Tar and Red as a sequence as it offered development and insight into Lucrezia.For me the stand out of the Other Bloody Jottings was Chille [...]

    4. Zombies In New York by Sam Stone is one of my favourite books as it is one of the very few books which left me feeling jumpy afterwards especially when I read The Toymakers House. My favourite story besides Zombies In New York has to be Immortal Monster as I loved how this story was deliberately ambiguous and left the read to interpret their own ideas as to what really happened. I love that Sam does not shy away from the gore like some authors do. A nice touch I found was the authors notes at th [...]

    5. There are some great ideas here, even though I am no fan of zombies. Alas, the book was let down by some soft writing. If it had been tighter (perhaps it needed a stronger editor) the stories would've been fast-packed excitement. The first part deals with a character taken from one of Sam Stone's other books, from the Vampire Gene series. But I preferred the non-Lucrezia tales. By the way, I loved the cover art and the interior drawings.

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