Fire & Ash
Benny Imura and his friends have made it to Sanctuary, they've found the jet and they've discovered that civilization is struggling to regain its foothold in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. Scientists are on the verge of finding a cure for the zombie plague. It should be time for... show more
Benny Imura and his friends have made it to Sanctuary, they've found the jet and they've discovered that civilization is struggling to regain its foothold in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. Scientists are on the verge of finding a cure for the zombie plague. It should be time for celebration, but it's not. Benny's best friend, Chong, has been infected by an arrow dipped in the flesh of a zombie and he hovers between life and death and Dr McReady, a researcher who may have the critical formula for a cure, has gone missing. So Benny convinces Captain Ledger to mount a search and rescue mission to find the doctor and help Chong. But with the Reapers still pursuing their plan to turn all zombies into super-fast shock troops even if they can save Chong, can they save themselves? In the fourth book of the thrilling and emotionally charged Rot & Ruin series, the battle to end all battles is about to begin...
Publish date: August 13th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 537
Edition language: English
Series: Benny Imura (#4)
Straight after finishing the third book in the Benny Imura series, Flesh and Bone, I started reading Fire and Ash. It's quite rare that I binge read a series anymore - blogging tends to make it a bit too much of a balancing act, but once I had the momentum going, I really wanted to find out how thi...
Fine, the ends were wrapped up nicely. Whatever. I still hold to my opinion that this was an unnecessary addition to the series. Sometimes the ends don't need to be tied. It's okay to wonder what happened.I wonder what would have happened if I hadn't had to read this...
Maberry returns to form, after what I felt was a shaky third entry into the series. Which is a good thing, since this also happens to be the last. Which also means that a lot of the development of the story happens quickly and is sort of dumped on the reader in large chunks--I sort of spaced out whe...
I was so looking forward to this book. The first book in this series, "Rot and Ruin", won my heart with its unique outlook on zombies. The second book, "Dust and Decay", further developed the characters and made me grow to love them. The third book, "Flesh and Bone", was amazing with its crazy zealo...
Here it is! At last! The final book in the Rot and Ruin series! Over and goodreads I rated the rest of the series five stars -- I definitely recommend reading it. Wait, so why is this one three and half stars? Well, like I said in the previous post, maybe I was just having a bad reading week? ...
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