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lured him into vivid expression, coaxed him to strive for her and tell his secrets, to
live in a furious rush of moments and die one breath short of reward, reaching out
to her. The "zombie"-therapist relationship, I realized, made possible a new ...
His breath quickened, he grasped the bedframe to steady himself, and he wished
, as he always did at such moments, that he had not witnessed the autopsy or
read Magnusson's morbid self-descriptions. He stayed beside Jo- cundra until
"Nothing," he said. She bent her head close to his and let out a shuddery breath. "
It'll be all right," she whispered. Her reassurance reminded him of Shadows, how
she had comforted him about the brightness of his eyes, his aches and pains; ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dukedom_enough - www.librarything.com
We've been taught in recent years to think of mindless brain-eaters when we hear the word "zombies". In 1984, Shepard's first novel inverted the stereotype. A secret medical project, hidden in the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbsovereign - www.librarything.com
I just don't like zombies, sorry...Not a bad book, sort of reminded me of Shelley's _Frankenstein_. Read full review