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Kate Salisbury (katesalis) | 23 comments Mod
5 stars huh? I haven't read this. What did you like most about it?

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Can i borrow this book from you when ifinish the shape-changer's wife? or after that?

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Iiii'll take that as a yes.

Jonathan (Jonathan_Maberry) | 1 comments ROT & RUIN is the first of a quadrology, followed by DUST & DECAY, FLESH & BONE (September 11, 2012) and FIRE & ASH (2013). And in August look for the novella, DEAD & GONE, which will be released as an 80-page e-book for all e-readers.

The series was recently optioned for film.

Here are links to free ROT & RUIN bonus content: FIRST NIGHT MEMORIES includes an excerpt from Nix’s Journal and the story of how Tom Imura escaped with Benny on First Night:

IN THE LAND OF THE DEAD takes place between ROT & RUIN and DUST & DECAY

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OPTIONED FOR A FILMMM!!!!!????? How did I not know this??!?!?!?! I am a huuuuge fan of zombie movies!!!!

message 6: by Kate Salisbury (new)

Kate Salisbury (katesalis) | 23 comments Mod
Oh Gracie really?

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OOOOH YES! But I always close my eyes when they skewer the zombie on a pitchfork because it is really disgusting. But I love the storylines for all the movies!

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actually, I change my mind. I am not a huge fan of zombie movies. It's zombie books I like. and also, I've never actually seen a zombie movie. I just like the ideas and the storylines.

message 9: by Kate Salisbury (new)

Kate Salisbury (katesalis) | 23 comments Mod
Gracie, tell me of I'm wrong, but I don't recall you ever reading or watching a Zombie related form of entertainment that you particularly enjoyed.

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Julie | 1 comments I really hope this movie is made into a movie, or a series of movies, because like the Twilight and Hunger Games, there would be a lot to cover. I am a 54 year old, and I love reading the young adult books because the stories are very entertaining, and this series really grabbed me from the first. I am now reading the third book.

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