I would go with WORLD WAR Z because its sequel to THE OFFICAL ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE.
THE STAND: Stephen King---- A military super flu breaks out and kills over 90% of the world and in the USA, survivors band together and form two camps, one good and one sinful...soon, both will clash in a force of Good and Evil
THE BOOKS OF BLOOD: Clive Barker---- A collection of his short stories. MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN, RAWHEAD REX, THE YATTERING AND JACK are very good.
THE KEEP: F. Paul Wilson---- 1942, A platoon of German soldiers are sent to guard a small citadel deep in the Rommanian Mountain. A week later German High Command recieves a message: Something Is Murdering My Men. Instantly, two squads of elite SS einstazskommandos are dispatched. But the only hope for those in the keep, rests in the hands of a sickly Jewish professor and his daughter...and a mysterious red haired stranger who is making his way to the keep....
H.P LOVECRAFT---- Any of his short stories. You can buy a collection for like $7 at Borders or something. These are a few of my favs: THE CALL OF CTHULHU, DREAMS IN THE WITCHHOUSE, COOL AIR, SHADOWS OVER INNSMOUTH, DAGON, HERBERT WEST: RE-ANIMATOR, BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP.
I AM LEGEND: Richard Matheson---- Robert Neville always gets home before sunset. He spends his nights awake, blaring classical music through his home and drinking. He listens, watches and listens to the thousands crowded outside of his fortified home. The world has become populated by vampires and Neville spends his days killing them. Only, he is not the only one left...
Out of all of these...I recommend THE KEEP the most.
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