He devoted his adult life and all his impressive mental faculties to finding a cure for zombism. It wasn't so much the idea of saving the world that fascinated him. It was the challenge.
The second volume of zombie tales that begin with Some of us are Dead, Warm Hands, Cold Hearti contains the research notes of a scientist who studies zombie specimens in a government institute because he thinks this is what the institute was created to do.
After an accident in the lab causes him to run his experiments on himself, he is eager to share his observations on becoming the first human being to receive the cure.
What could go wrong?
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