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Commentary (novels not included). Pages: 27. Chapters: World War Z,
Cell, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, List of zombie novels, The
Forest of Hands and Teeth, Pet Sematary, The Rising, Dracula Cha
Cha Cha, Generation Dead, The Zombie Survival Guide, City of the
Dead, Zombie Bums from Uranus, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies:
Dawn of the Dreadfuls, Monster Island, Zombies: A Record of the
Year of Infection, Book of the Dead, The Stupidest Angel, Death
Troopers, The Jennifer Morgue, Breathers: A Zombie's Lament, Dead
Sea, Monster Planet, Monster Nation, Handling the Undead, Queen
Victoria: Demon Hunter, Day By Day Armageddon, Dead Heat, Return of
the Living Dead, Zombistan, Bay of the Dead. Excerpt: World War Z:
An Oral History of the Zombie War is a 2006 post-apocalyptic horror
novel by Max Brooks. It is a follow-up to his 2003 book The Zombie
Survival Guide. Rather than a grand overview or narrative, World
War Z is a collection of individual accounts in the form of
first-person anecdote. Brooks plays the role of an agent of the
United Nations Postwar Commission who published the report a decade
after the Zombie War. The United Nations left out much of his work
from the official report, choosing to focus on facts and figures
from the war rather than the individual stories that form the bulk
of Brooks' novel. The interviews chart a decade-long war against
zombies from the view point of many different people of various
nationalities. The personal accounts also describe the changing
religious, geo-political, and environmental aftermath of the Zombie
War. World War Z was inspired by The Good War, an oral history of
World War II by Studs Terkel; and by the zombie films of director
George A. Romero. Brooks used World War Z to comment on social
issues like government ineptitude and American isolationism, while
also examining themes of survival...
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