logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Lost Land. Die erste Nacht - Franka Fritz, Jonathan Maberry, Heinrich Koop
Lost Land. Die erste Nacht
by: (author) (author) (author)
3.33 30
Format: Gebunden
ISBN: 9783522201513 (3522201515)
Publisher: Thienemann
Pages no: 528
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Benny Imura (#1)
Bookstores:
Community Reviews
want a real life adventure? come to Australia we have spiders bigger than your hand.
want a real life adventure? come to Australia we have spiders bigger than your hand. rated it
3.0 How I appreciate a good zombie book.
The narrator almost ruined this book for me. The only voice that I felt was done anywhere near the definition of 'well' was The Hammer's. And that's only because it sounded interesting and rather amusing, this big tough muscle man who hunts zom's for a living with this little high pitched, red-neck ...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
5.0
Wow, this is one of the best zombie novels I have ever read! This novel is great for readers 12 and up. There is the perfect balance of raw emotion and non-stop action.A book that runs in the same vein as Warm Bodies, Maberry dives in and shows what it is to be human. While most of the novel focuses...
Nannah's Bookbox
Nannah's Bookbox rated it
2.0 Rot and Ruin
I'm not even sure where to begin with this book, so . . . Content warnings:ableist languagesexismviolence and goreexoticism (possibly?)The concept of this book sounded promising: in a post-apocalyptic world overrun with zombies, children need to get jobs once they turn fifteen or they'll lose their ...
Booking it
Booking it rated it
5.0 Rot & Ruin
this became one of my favorite book thanks to one character and that is Tom Imura, the main character Benny's big brother. Yes I enjoyed Benny as well not at first because he was a very angry young man. However when his brother takes him out into the ruin has changed his thoughts change about the zo...
Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads
Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads rated it
2.0 Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry
In all honesty, I absolutely adore zombie novels. But for whatever reason, it's been impossible to satisfy me with zombies recently. They're all too... boring. They can't turn doorknobs, they shamble along and in all likeliness, their only purpose is a scare/action type factor. So, you can see where...
Other editions (1)
Books by Heinrich Koop
Books by Jonathan Maberry
Books by Franka Fritz
On shelves
Share this Book
Need help?