Edward Schuett wakes up in the toy aisle of a store. At first, he can barely move and his hearing is impaired. With just glimpses of memories to go on, he tries to piece together how he ended up there and what might have happened to his family. The last thing he can recall is a family barbecue going awry as a bloodthirsty throng appears from seemingly nowhere and tears the attendants limb from limb. As he gathers his thoughts and tries to come to terms with the apparent loss of his family, the undead begin to rise around him.
Review: The Reanimation of Edward Schuett by Derek J. Goodman
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