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- Print Length: 381 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0996312102
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WS3D21G
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,383,045 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I thoroughly enjoyed Rotter Nation. #thatisall #theend
Just kidding, I have more to say, but I truly did enjoy this book. Rotter Nation picks up as our group, who had gone after the Zombie Virus, returns to their camp. To their horror they find that their “home” has been looted, destroyed and all but one has been murdered. The young woman left alive, Windows, is, unfortunately, taken with the raiders and we can, easily, guess that the fate of the others is more kind and forgiving then what she will be forced to endure. Our leader, Robson, decides to split the group sending Natalie and her Angels to the “government” to get the vaccination into hands that can, hopefully, create more and distribute it, while he takes the rest of the group, including the two remaining vampires, set out to rescue Windows and any other person who was taken by the rape gang.
I won’t go into further details of the planning and scheming that plays out as both groups heads their separate ways, because we all know that’s what will be happening. Trust me when I say there are definitely dead ends, undead and various snafus that our groups must contend with and, happily, not everyone makes it out alive. Did she just say ‘happily’? Yep, I love when characters get killed off, especially in a world where rotters walk. It’s realistic…it’s going to happen and sometimes it’s going to happen to the strongest member of the group. (I’m one of those who is waiting, patiently impatiently, for Daryl Dixon to die in The Walking Dead)
Much like its predecessor, Rotter Nation, has several characters, nearly all of whom have strong personalities and voices. It was the rare moment where I had to stop and ask myself, ‘which person is this and who’s group do they belong?’. One thing I did notice was that the vampires did not seem to have quite as much of a presence in book two as they did in book one, so I am left to assume book three may give them opportunity to have a fairly solid story line. The visual description of what we were to be “seeing”, as well as, the action sequences were well written and allowed me to feel a part of the action. I loved that there were some very tense moments where I held my breath slightly wondering what would happen. That being said, I will give a word of warning, while there is no graphic details of actual rape, it does happen and it is detailed enough that you get a good mental image of what the women went through, so if that is a touchy area for you, be warned.
The ending of Rotter Nation, was not as cleanly tied up as I felt Rotter World was, in that there was a bit more of a cliffhanger ending, but it still had a pretty solid ending. I have mentioned before, I prefer my series to have a fairly solid ending between books. I hate when books that are to be continued end with a major cliffhanger and then the author doesn’t even have the next book started.
Rotter Nation is another great book from the mind of Scott M Baker. I am truly looking forward to finding out how the series ends with book three.
Baker has continued his post-apocalyptic world in a seamless fashion, introducing new characters while giving even more depth to returning ones. Robson is a real person, conflicted between doing the right thing and perhaps losing Natalie, his love, when he sends her and the Angels to Omaha with the vaccine. Robson, Natalie, Dravko, and other characters are all well-rounded, three-dimensional people (and vampires) who are easily relatable with their emotions and how they deal with the situations they find themselves in. They will draw real and visceral reactions from readers. The world has gone to hell and it is highly apparent in the vivid descriptions of both the areas traveled through by the now separate groups headed by Robson and Natalie, as well as the very bad people that have survived. And the world is just getting worse. Away from the relative safety of the camp, the now divided group find themselves facing far worse than they have previously seen. Baker’s story is compelling and suspenseful, holding the reader’s attention from beginning to end and the climax will leave you wanting more.
Rotter Nation picks up immediately after the events of Rotter World, in which a coven of Vampires has teamed up with a band of Humans to survive the zombie apocalypse. The story takes a couple of turns that I didn't see coming, and the last third of the book is so action packed that I read it straight through (into the wee hours of the morning). Baker has a gift for writing action and movement, and his knowledge and research of weapons, vehicles, and even maritime travel not only paints this world in vivid colour, but draws the reader in to that world.
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