How well do you know your literary zombies? Take a quick quiz and find out.

From Armageddon to World War Z, there are a lot of zombie types and apocalyptic instigators to choose from. Can you match these zombies to their books? 

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1. Which zombie book focuses on what a zombie may do for love?

In 'Warm Bodies' by Isaac Marion the story is told from a zombie perspective. The main zombie character eats a young man's brain and then falls in love with the victim's girlfriend. He saves her instead of eating her and begins to change into a human again. The real scary guys in this book are the bonies.

In 'Warm Bodies' by Isaac Marion the story is told from a zombie perspective. The main zombie character eats a young man's brain and then falls in love with the victim's girlfriend. He saves her instead of eating her and begins to change into a human again. The real scary guys in this book are the bonies.

In 'Warm Bodies' by Isaac Marion the story is told from a zombie perspective. The main zombie character eats a young man's brain and then falls in love with the victim's girlfriend. He saves her instead of eating her and begins to change into a human again. The real scary guys in this book are the bonies.

In 'Warm Bodies' by Isaac Marion the story is told from a zombie perspective. The main zombie character eats a young man's brain and then falls in love with the victim's girlfriend. He saves her instead of eating her and begins to change into a human again. The real scary guys in this book are the bonies.

Which zombie book is more of a comic-romance?

"Pontypool Changes Everything"

 

"The Forest of Hands and Teeth"

 

"Warm Bodies"

 

"Plague of the Dead"

 
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