Zombies Are People, Too
May 15, 2013
This is not a typical zombie book but one of meaningful relationships and adventure. Zombies were people once, just like you and me.
Rot & Ruin is set in a post-apocalyptic world that has been overtaken by zombies and has fences that are a part of life to safeguard the remaining population. Fifteen-year-old Benny Imura has to make the decision about what profession he will choose; otherwise, he will lose his full meal ration. Benny applies for several jobs, never finding the right fit, until his only option is to work for his older brother, Tom, as a bounty hunter.
Even though Benny and Tom are the only survivors of their family, the brothers are not close. Like any relationship, theirs is consumed by half-truths and misunderstandings. Benny discovers a lot about his brother and the actual duties of a real bounty hunter. Tom finds that his younger brother is growing up.
The Imura brothers embark on an adventure to locate the infamous "Lost Girl." The action takes the brothers deep into the Rot & Ruin where zombies roam freely and devious bounty hunters wait. Will Benny and Tom survive the adventure and find the "Lost Girl"? Request your copy of Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry, today.