Rot & Ruin (Benny Imura, #1)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 468
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
I'm not into zombies--mostly because I think they are gross and icky with all the people-eating. Ew.But I saw this author on a couple panels. and he seemed like a down-to-earth guy. Plus, most of Goodreads buds who read this one enjoyed it. So I'll give it a shot.
A good coming of age story that takes a different look at the zombie apocalypse. The people of this book regard the zombies with some respect. They see them as dead family members, or members of someone somewhere. One of the characters brings up the point, "you wouldn't piss on someones grave", w...
The cuddlier side of the zombies. Ok, maybe I said that wrong, more like the more spiritual side of zombies. Jonathan Maberry makes you think about the world after we’ve settled down and people have had time to think about zombies and what they are and how we should treat them. It’s definitely diffe...
2.5 starsInterested in more of my reviews? Visit my blog!I’ve read several zombie books in the recent months. Because of this I know that it’s important for the author to come up with some original aspect to centralize their story around. I don’t feel that this book did it… what this book felt like ...