From the publisher of the New York Times best seller
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
, comes a new kind of mash-up…


Night of the
Living Trekkies

Jim Pike was the world’s biggest Star Trek fan—until two tours of duty in Afghanistan destroyed his faith in the human race. Now he sleepwalks through life as the assistant manager of a small hotel in downtown Houston. But when hundreds of Trekkies arrive in his lobby for a Star Trek convention, Jim finds himself surrounded by costumed Klingons, Vulcans, and Ferengi—plus a strange virus that transforms its carriers into savage, flesh-eating zombies! 

As bloody corpses stumble to life and the planet teeters on the brink of apocalypse, Jim must deliver a ragtag crew of fanboys and fangirls to safety. Dressed in homemade uniforms and armed with prop phasers, their prime directive is to survive. But how long can they last in the ultimate no-win scenario?

"The fusion of campy zombie-powered storyline, abundant Star Trek trivia, and hilarious one-liners makes this an utterly unforgettable read that will be cherished by Trekkies, Trekkers, and horror fans alike." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

“Has the zombie apocalypse ended its undead run on bookstores yet? Not if Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall can help it.”Los Angeles Times, Jacket Copy

“Absolutely terrifying!”—Fangoria 

“A fun, highly readable action tale packed with obscure Trek references, all wrapped in a sturdy, fast-paced and cinematic story.”—Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Shock Room

“Lovers of the zombie genre will definitely breeze through this book, while Star Trek fans will revel in the abundance of in-jokes and shout-outs to their beloved franchise.”Geeks of Doom

"…offers plenty of wit with its alien-infested corpses."
Yvonne Zipp, The Washington Post

"Written in tounge-and-cheek style, Night of the Living Trekkies is a fast-paced, fun-filled, 256 pages of undead action."  Jason Tonks, Fangoria

"...Night of the Living Trekkies is liable to become one of this year’s must-have geek tomes. It’s genre-bending brilliance at its best, and keeps the reader guessing until the very end, reminding us that space may very well be the final frontier…Of the undead!" The Necromancer