Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry

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Post-apocalyptic zombie fiction at its finest - rich in story but not so gruesome that you have to rush to turn the page lest too much uggliness root in your brain. It all begins 14 years after the rise of the dead. Benny was very young when his parents turned and he has always blamed his significanly older brother Tom for running away from them. Tom is now a bounty hunter, or as he prefers to refer to his occupation, a closure specialist. Benny is now of an age that he has to choose a profession and he really doesn’t want to follow his brother’s foot steps, but then his worldview gets seriously rocked in a short period of time. Benny’s lived his entire life in a small mountain enclave, surrounded by feaful people who have hunkered down and accepted very limited horizons. This story explores what it really means to human. What are our responsbilities to our selves and the rest of the human race? This is the beginning of what promises to be a great series. Check our catalog

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