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Zombie horror stalks the darkened 'burbs. Forever. Kim and her friends thought they were in trouble when they had a run-in with some kids from the wrong side of the tracks, but nothing could have prepared any of them for the horror that was to follow in this tale of undead madness that begins with an epilogue and ends when six innocent souls are utterly consumed by the DEADBURBIA.
Although it wasn't the first attempt to depict a zombie apocalypse (previous attempts include the obscure SF novel The Day They H-Bombed Los Angeles) most contemporary zombie fiction can be traced back to the 1968 film Night of the Living Dead and, perhaps even more importantly, its seminal 1978 sequel Dawn of the Dead. While a smattering of like-minded stories surfaced in the 1980s (Philip Nutman's novel Wet Work, the comic book series Deadworld) it wasn't until the success of the TV series The Walking Dead that zombies truly became a cultural phenomenon. Using the familiar zombie apocalypse tropes as a springboard, author Brad D. Sibbersen crossbreeds them with elements of the teens-in-peril genre and the eldritch horrors of Algernon Blackwood and H.P. Lovecraft for this, the fourth entry in the Pulp Your Cherry collection.