Today's book review is Better Off Undead, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Daniel M. Hoyt.
I picked this up on an odd whim at a recent con. Later, I didn't actually remember what had made me so sure that I should get it, but I read a couple of stories. Then I read a couple of novels, and eventually got back to it. Generally good stories; nothing I hated, and no writing bad enough to put me off. I don't like true horror; if it actually grosses me out or scares me, I don't want to read it. But I like stories about people who aren't human. This book manages to have ghosts, zombies, and even a mummy that are engaging, as well as the vampires that I was probably expecting more of when I bought the book. But I don't think any of these stories are going to stay with me very long.
7 out of 10.