Rot & Ruin was the first zombie book I ever read and judging by how much I liked it, I think it won't be the last (recommendations are welcome; I'm not exactly an expert). Six months have passed since Benny Imura and Nix Riley learned that flesh-eating zombies aren’t … Benny Imura, his brother Tom, Nix Riley, and Lilah, the Lost Girl, are back out in the Ruin - this time in search of that mysterious jet. I would categorize it as middle grade, though, so if you're looking for a 'hard-core' ;) zombie book, you might want to look elsewhere. Rot & Ruin is a science fiction novel by American writer Jonathan Maberry, published by Simon & Schuster.It is an example of post-zombie apocalypse setting.Based upon the short story of the same name, the full length novel was released in the United States … Rot & Ruin Series 7 primary works • 17 total works From his 15th birthday Benny Imura's whole life changes as he lives and leaves the post-zombie-apocalypse "town" of Mountainside. This includes the extremely hyped up "This Is Not a Test." Our favorite characters are back! Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry focuses on Benny Imura, who was orphaned after First Night, when the first zombie outbreak took place 14 years ago.
A New York Times best-selling author and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner, Marvel Comics writer Jonathan Maberry continues the story he began in Rot and Ruin. Dust & Decay is the sequel to Rot & Ruin. Rot and Ruin, on the other hand, was intelligent, thoughtful, moving, and fast paced.