Bryan Cassiday’s shocking zombie boxed set Zombie Apocalypse: The Chad Halverson Series now has its own Web page. The novel is fiction, the horror is real. Fast and furious zombie action. Check it out.
Bryan Cassiday’s Zombie Boxed Set #1 is only 99 cents today 5/29/16 on Kindle as part of a special holiday Kindle Countdown sale. This boxed set includes the first two zombie books in his Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse epic, Zombie Maelstrom and Zombie Necropolis, complete and unabridged. This 99-cent deal is good for only six more hours today. Two complete zombie books for one low price.
Bryan Cassiday will be giving a reading from one of his zombie books at the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Awards convention at the Flamingo Casino in Las Vegas at 9:00 a.m. in the middle of May 2016. Be sure to mark your calendars.
For a limited time only, Zombie Boxed Set #1 is only 99 cents today on Kindle. This special boxed set includes the first two books in Bryan Cassiday’s Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series, Zombie Maelstrom and Zombie Necropolis, respectively. Each book is complete and unabridged.
Join black-ops CIA agent Chad Halverson as he touches down at LAX Airport in a city besieged by disease-ridden flesh-eating zombies. How many in his party will survive the zombie onslaught? How many will survive each other as they battle among themselves? Find out the shocking answers in Bryan Cassiday’s Zombie Boxed Set #1.
Zombie Boxed Set #1 by Bryan Cassiday is only 99 cents on Kindle on Nov. 27, 2015. This boxed set contains the first two complete and unabridged books of his epic Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series, Zombie Maelstrom (book 1) and Zombie Necropolis (book 2). Plenty of up-close-and-personal zombie action to chill the blood.
Warning: Zombie action scenes may be too intense for children.
Zombie Boxed Set #2 is on sale on Kindle at Amazon. It’s currently at 99 cents, but its price will go up soon. Zombie Boxed Set #2 contains the complete and unabridged editions of Sanctuary in Steel and Kill Ratio, books 3 and 4 respectively in the Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series.
Bryan Cassiday will be signing books at the Los Angeles Times Book Fair at USC at the Horror Writers Association booth on April 19, 2015, on Sunday at noon.
For the book signing at the the World Horror Con in Portland, Oregon, on May 9, 2014, you can bring books that I’ll sign or you can buy books from me and I’ll sign them. At this point, I don’t know how many I will bring. Not a whole lot, that’s for sure. Books are heavy! If you want to be sure to get my signature, it would probably be best to buy the book first and bring it with you for me to sign. It’s up to you. Either way, I’ll be signing books. Hope to see you there!
“The thing that readers of any zombie book need to have in common is at least a medium tolerance for violence.”–Library Journal (July 2013)
You need to have more than a medium tolerance for violence to read my zombie books. You need to be downright bloodthirsty.
The Library Journal is trying to figure out why zombie books keep coming back from the dead, so to speak, in their July issue. They seem to think that zombie comedies are superior to straight zombie horror books. Therefore, I would definitely not recommend my zombie books to the Library Journal.
And I take issue with their view that zombie comedies are superior to zombie horror taken neat. Certainly zombie books can have funny dialogue and funny scenes in them, but the main thrust of the zombie book should be horror, not comedy. Zombie comedy books that play zombies strictly for laughs are not appreciated by the true connoisseur of zombie books.
The same could be said for zombie movies. Not only is the comedy Zombie Land inferior to a true zombie horror film like Night of the Living Dead, it’s not even in the same league. It’s nonsense to even compare the two. Their only similarity is that they both happen to have zombies in them.
In short, zombie books aren’t about comedy. They’re about horror. As Lenin famously said about terrorism, “The purpose of terrorism is to terrify.” First and foremost, a true zombie horror book needs to horrify. Zombie books need to get back to their roots and scare the bejabbers out of readers and shed buckets of blood in the process.
Bryan Cassiday’s interview with SFFWorld.com is now available for reading.
I am frequently asked what is the correct order of the Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series. Here it is:
Book 1–Zombie Maelstrom
Book 2–Zombie Necropolis
Book 3–Sanctuary in Steel
Book 4–Kill Ratio