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Fire & Ash (Rot & Ruin) Hardcover – August 13, 2013
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I love the Rot & Ruin series by Jonathan Maberry! The only exception would be Tom, and that is all I'm going to say on that one.
These new zombies in this book are freakin scary! I mean if all of the zombies were like those I don't think there would be much left on the planet for them to eat!
I was so happy that Joe played a big part in this book. I have been wanting to get a hold of that series as well. Now that I have a crush on him, I'm guessing I need to get them all up to date :) OH and I love Grimm! I was about ready to blow up some peeps if they hurt Grimm!!
There are many unexpected twists and turns in the book but I'm not giving out spoilers, just read it!
Lilah is still bad as ever! She is my fav! Although, I'm starting to really like Riot too. She's one tough cookie. She has some sad stuff happen to her, but who don't in the zombie apocalypse!
I loved the book and I have the next one on pre-order! Wahoo!
Not only are Benny and company fighting the zombies to stay alive, but they now have a new enemy in The Reapers. Determined to send humankind and zombies alike into the darkness Saint John and his crew are wreaking havoc on anyone that gets in their way. When Benny finds coordinates to where Dr. McReady and a possible cure could be, hope springs new for their friend Chong who is slowly deteriorating with the zombie disease. But will The Reapers get to Chong and send him into the darkness before Benny can get back with the cure?
I love the bravery and heroics of Benny, Nix, Lilah, and Riot. And I can't forget Captain Ledger and his dog Grimm, an excellent duo that help Benny and friends. I really liked how much Benny has matured into his own person in this last book. He quits trying to be just like his brother Tom and becomes a hero/legend in his own right. I found myself forgetting though that Benny is still a young person. He is only 15 years old and having to deal with so many decisions and emotions that would crush even an adult. He has matured way beyond his years which is understandable in this new world that has come about because of the zombie disease.
If you are a fan of zombie stories, if you enjoy YA and teen hero's then I definitely recommend this series for you. Fast-paced and full of adventure and calamity, I'm definitely a fan!
Anyway, for young and old readers, it's a no brainer. The book is great and even though the topic is zombies, it is not your typical zombie novel. The younger generation takes the stage instead of the adults and read from their perspective how it is to live in a world gone wild.
Read the whole series and Mr. Maberry will take you on a wild ride through the eyes of the younger generation.
Absolutely astonishing end to a impressive series. I love how Maberry wrote about the post-apocalyptic world in the first three books, but suddenly focuses on human drama and the development of mature minds.
The way Benny, Nix, Lilah, and Chong mature through the series is quite amazing. The fact that Maberry also manages to introduce characters from different book series (in this case, the legend Joe Ledger and Grimm from his Patient Zero series) in this series never ceases to impress me. (My curiosity wonders what ever happened to the DMS and Mr. Church).
Honestly speechless. Without a doubt, the "Rot and Ruin" series is one of the best book series I have ever read (just like Maberry's "Patient Zero" series). Genius.