I have been busy with work, and occasionally out of town, which has been limiting my time here.
And although I have been reading a lot of non-fiction, I have also been able to fit in the occasional bit of fiction as well. The current freeze in the Carolinas has given me sometime to finish some reviews.
The intended order of listing and rough sub-grouping:
KC Wayland's We're Alive: A Story of Survival (Season One)
Max Brooks' World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War
Eloise J. Knapp's The Undead Situation
Glen Duncan's The Last Werewolf
Richard Adam's Watership Down
Science Fiction (near future, but still futuristic)
Jason M. Hough's The Darwin Elevator
Simon Morden's Equations of Life
Guy Salvidge’s Yellow Cake Summer
Satirical (by intent)
Doug Shear's Rhubarb Culture
R.W. Ripley's The Man Who Saved Two Notch
Realistic (by intent)
Ian Weekley's The Moving Snow
Scott B.Williams' The Darkness After
John S. Wilson's Tribes
F. Paul Wilson and Sarah Pinboroughs' A Necessary Evil
Jerry Pournelle, and Larry Niven's Lucifer's Hammer
As is typical, I have a few half-read books out there that may get added.