Zombie Fallout (Top 10 Zombie Series #3)

Top 10 Zombie Apocalypse Book Series – Part 3

I wrote an Intro to why I love Zombies, you can find that here.

Top 10 Zombie Book Series List:

  1. Arisen by Michael Stephen Fuchs and Glynn James
  2. Sheriff Penny Miller by Steven W. Booth and Harry Shannon
  3. Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo
  4. Living With the Dead by Jesse Petersen
  5. The Tide by Anthony J Melchiorri
  6. Zombies! by R.S. Merrit
  7. Zombie Crusade by J.W. Vohs
  8. The Extinction Cycle by Nicholas Sansbury Smith
  9. The Undead World by Peter Meredith
  10. Green Fields by Adrienne Lecter

Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo

It’s been probably 10 years since I read the first book of this series (originally released in February 2010)… on my author card I have only 10 books listed, of which I had only gotten through 9 so far, and the series now totals 17 – I have some catching up to do! These aren’t available on Kindle Unlimited which is probably why I lost track 🙄.

I remember this being full of dark humor and being a smidge wacky – these weren’t your average zombies, they had a queen. I will admit that I love some stupid stuff, and horrible humor and b quality movies are included (but not always b quality books). Bruce Campbell is one of my all time favorite actors and if that doesn’t tell you something about me, then you need to watch more Bruce Campbell 🤣.

I say this because after preparing to write this piece, I read a few of the 1 to 2 star reviews that were near the top of the Goodreads page for this book. This is still a top rated series, but what caught my eye was this poll title: “How far did you make it into the series before his homophobic and sexist rhetoric became too much to dismiss?” If I remember correctly, the main character is a suburban dad who used to be a jock (sorry-politically correct term would be sportsman?) and the story is told like a journal inside his head – so his thought process. He matched my preconceived view of a white suburban sports guy, so, IDK if that made me ignore the obvious or what. Do I have to agree with the characters viewpoint to enjoy the series? Is this a case of people blowing something out of proportion? Not sure… since I have a lot of catching up to do I’m going to go back to the beginning and reread them all. (Update – reread and working my way to the last published book – STILL LOVE THIS SERIES!)

This apocalypse story begins with a flu pandemic and the vaccine causes the zombie outbreak. Interesting eh? 😂

(note that all the below links are associate links – if you click and purchase, I’ll get credit. If you want to avoid that, just do a quick search for the author 😁)


Book 1: Zombie Fallout

It was a flu season like no other. With the H1N1 virus running rampant throughout the country, people lined up in droves to try and attain one of the coveted vaccines. What was not known was the effect this largely untested, rushed to market, inoculation was to have on the unsuspecting throngs. Within days, feverish folk throughout the country convulsed, collapsed, and died, only to be reborn. With a taste for brains, blood, and bodies, these modern-day zombies scoured the lands for their next meal. Overnight the country became a killing ground for the hordes of zombies that ravaged the land.

This is the story of Michael Talbot, his family, and his friends: a band of ordinary people trying to get by in extraordinary times. When disaster strikes, Mike, a self-proclaimed survivalist, does his best to ensure the safety and security of those he cares for. Book one of the Zombie Fallout Trilogy follows our lead character at his self-deprecating, sarcastic best. What he encounters along the way leads him down a long dark road, always skirting the edge of insanity.

Can he keep his family safe? Can he discover the secret behind Tommy’s powers? Can he save anyone from the zombie queen? Encircled in a seemingly safe haven called Little Turtle, Mike and his family, together with the remnants of a tattered community, must fight against a relentless, ruthless, unstoppable force. This last bastion of civilization has made its final stand. God help them all.

Book 2: A Plague Upon Your Family

Book 3: The End…

Book 3.5: Dr. Hugh Mann

Book 4: The End Has Come and Gone

Book 5: Alive In A Dead World

Book 6: ‘Til Death Do Us Part

Book 7: For the Fallen

Book 8: An Old Beginning

Book 9: Tattered Remnants

Book 10: Those Left Behind

Book 11: Etna Station

Book 12: Dog Dayz

Book 13: The Perfect Betrayal

Book 14: The Trembling Path

Book 15: Sifting Through the Ashes

Book 16: Hiraeth


Have you read this series? What did you think?

Top 10 Zombie Book Series List:

  1. Arisen by Michael Stephen Fuchs and Glynn James
  2. Sheriff Penny Miller by Steven W. Booth and Harry Shannon
  3. Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo
  4. Living With the Dead by Jesse Petersen
  5. The Tide by Anthony J Melchiorri
  6. Zombies! by R.S. Merrit
  7. Zombie Crusade by J.W. Vohs
  8. The Extinction Cycle by Nicholas Sansbury Smith
  9. The Undead World by Peter Meredith
  10. Green Fields by Adrienne Lecter

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