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Erick H. Cabrera's Antología Z, Volume 1 PDF

By Erick H. Cabrera

Sabrás cuál pudo ser el origen de todo; el personaje más curioso que puedas imaginar te enseñará cómo lo ve él a través de sus ojos; sentirás el impulso del hambre... Situaciones que te harán ver el Apocalipsis Z como nunca habías imaginado. Este libro está llevado a cabo por verdaderos aficionados del género zombi. Autore s que, gracias a su afición, han creado relatos merecedores de ser conocidos por todo el público. Álvaro Fuentes, director de l. a. línea narrativa de zombis de Dolmen, se ha encargado de realizar esta recopilación que llevará al lector, a través de estas historias, a conocer el verdadero horror de un Apocalipsis Z. De esta forma se da respuesta a algo que los enthusiasts del género venían deseando desde hace tiempo: los angeles creación de una línea editorial zombi en l. a. que, por primera vez, sus voces también sean escuchadas. Y a diferencia de otras recopilaciones, está sí que es a hundred% zombi.

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Or you left posthumous instructions for someone to perpetually push the inscribed date of your death further back, so that it would always be forecasted, but never achieved. Your suicide put an end to these complex hypotheses, but your wife, who knew of your project, had your tomb built according to the drawings that you left. She had the dates of your real birth and your death engraved on the black stele. Twenty-five years separate them, not eighty-five: it didn’t occur to anyone but you to joke about your death.

This spectacle disheartened you. You sat down on the couch and felt a violent pain in your temples, as if a caliper were slowly tightening on them. You tapped your fingers on your head; it sounded hollow like a dead man’s skull. Suddenly, you no longer had a brain. Or rather, it was another person’s brain. You sat like this for two hours, asking yourself if you were yourself. A document sitting next to you on the couch, the edge of which extended into the air, caught your attention. It was the annual report of a big international bank.

You wondered if you were trying to seduce her, and whether this had occurred to her. What would you do if her friends left without her and if she walked you to the door of your hotel? You were faithful to your wife, but wasn’t that because, in the town where you lived, there was no opportunity to cheat on her? You remembered the opportunities that you had been given for liaisons with women who crossed your path far from your home. You had never yielded. This evening, when this woman suggested going for a drink elsewhere, and when you understood that her friends had discreetly left, you decided to go back to your hotel.

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