Circus of the Dead by Seth Blackburn

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Twenty years ago, the dead destroyed the world of the living. The survivors scattered in the wake of the Scourge, erecting small towns in the worlds' most sparsely populated areas.

For young Gabriel, the walking dead are merely the memories that haunt the eyes of those old enough and lucky enough to have survived. He is more concerned with his hard life in America's desert, where his chores keep him busy and the husks of books stashed beneath the cellar of the library are his only freedom.

Until the circus comes to town.

"Circus of the Dead" is a novelette of approximately 10,748 words.

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Published November 4, 2011 32 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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He goes through a list of standard circus fare such as wild animals and then finishes with the star attraction of the circus: a real zombie.

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