For someone who lives on the fringe of a tropical rain forest Edwin Stark knows how to write a damn good tale.
In Aftermath we meet Danny Cargill, who even though he's 11 years old is quite a dab hand at dispatching the undead, and during an unauthorised excursion from the camp he lives in, he has a chance meeting with a small group on their way to said camp, this in turn starts a chain of events that will affect not only his future but those closest to him. This is one tale that could be a book on it's own, or possibly two.
I dare you not to read Zombie Cab and not finish it with a smile on your face. Mr Stark has left his best till last. If Zombie Cab makes you smile then The Day Zombies roamed Venezuela will have you laughing out loud. Staring the author himself, you follow his diary entries at the start of a zombie outbreak, and from the off you somehow know this is not going to be a normal zombie tale. I don't want to give too much away but all I will say is monkey brains and a stick.
This is a short book, a quick reader could probably do it in a couple of hours, but it would be a happy couple of hours well spent.