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the door — was prickly with . . . not cold exactly, more an animal chill that raised
gooseflesh on her arm. She assumed it was nerves, fatigue; but on touching the
door she discovered that it, too, was cold, and a vibration tingled her fingertips as
The main doors swung open and Laura Petit wandered in, stopped, and trailed
her fingers across the gilt filigree of a table. The same slow, rippling vibration
filled the room, more forcibly than before, as if it hadn't died but had merely grown
Her eyes were wide and empty. "My pleasure," he said. "Thanks for the exercise."
The door at the end of the passage was stuck, no, locked, and the door into
Otille's room, which had closed behind him, was also locked. He jiggled the knob.
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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
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I just don't like zombies, sorry...Not a bad book, sort of reminded me of Shelley's _Frankenstein_. Read full review