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He was one of Lafitte's lieutenants, retired about the age of forty from the sea
because of a saber cut to his leg, and got himself a fine house outside New
Orleans. Privateenn' had made him rich, and since he had time on his hands and
a taste ...
Their beaks were shattered, crimson droplets welling from the cracks; their wings
and legs were broken; and the membranes of their eyes had burst and were
dripping fluid. All lay flapping on the floors of the cages except for a parakeet, ...
But all together, and with some work, they might be something." She turned
another page. "They're not," she said, laughing. "What?" "My legs." She quoted: "'
... the legs of a ghost woman, elongated by centuries of walking through the walls
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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
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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