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The Cadaver Chronicles by Mark Scioneaux
The Cadaver Chronicles by Mark Scioneaux
The Cadaver Chronicles by Mark Scioneaux


The Cadaver Chronicles by Mark Scioneaux

October Nights Press

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A man is trapped inside a glass elevator as hordes of the dead howl and swarm around him...

A woman, who has grown tired of her friend's love for zombie movies, is horrified to learn that he may have been right about the dead walking...

A pair of stoners decide to get high but that night, the ghouls rise...

Slappy the Elf uncovers a horrible secret, and Christmas will never be the same again...

A father is bitten, and while the virus spreads through him and he is miles away, all he wants to do is get back home to tell his wife and child goodbye...

These undead tales and more await you in this collection of short stories and novellas from Bram Stoker Award Finalist Mark C. Scioneaux.

Aim for the head!

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I highly recommend this to all my fellow Zombie fans.

4.5 out of 5 stars. I loved this collection of short stories, it is a great mix of story types, there is a few George A. Romero '... of the dead' style stories, there is a grim and fun Christmas elf story, and a something a bit lighter, with a monster squad feel, and then the last story was a emotional style story. The beauty of the different story types, is that each story works like a palate cleanser for the next story. The writing was smooth and easy to read, and I already have more of his books to read.

Kendra R.


4 ✨ The Cadaver Chronicles was a wild book of zombie short stories and novella. Most of them were fun and a couple had a little touch of sadness. I thought each story was well written and entertaining in its own way. I like some of the twist some of them had at the ending. To be honest, this put me in an adult version of Goosebumps, vibe. Only, more gooey goriness, of course. “A trying time” and “Riser” are my favorites.