Flesh & Bone

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 11, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 469 pages
19 Reviews
The stakes are higher and the zombies are deadlier in this third of an action-packed series that’s “an impressive mix of meaning and mayhem” (Booklist).

Reeling from the devastation of Dust & Decay, Benny Imura and his friends plunge deep into the zombie-infested wastelands of the great Rot & Ruin. Benny, Nix, Lilah, and Chong journey through a fierce wilderness that was once America, searching for the jet they saw in the skies months ago. If that jet exists then humanity itself must have survived…somewhere. Finding it is their best hope for having a future and a life worth living.
     But the Ruin is far more dangerous than any of them can imagine. Fierce animals hunt them. They come face to face with a death cult. And then there’s the zombies—swarms of them coming from the east, devouring everything in their paths. And these zoms are different. Faster, smarter, and infinitely more dangerous. Has the zombie plague mutated, or is there something far more sinister behind this new invasion of the living dead?
     One thing Benny and his companions can’t afford to forget: In the great Rot & Ruin, everything wants to kill you.
  

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The ending for me was pretty depressing though. - Goodreads
I loved the introduction of the Reapers. - Goodreads
But never at the expense of good character and pacing. - Goodreads
This makes the ending that much more poignant. - Goodreads

Review: Flesh and Bone (Benny Imura #3)

User Review  - Samrat - Goodreads

Jonathan Maberry can write. Whuff. His books are not as innovative or mind-bending or paradigm-shifting as some of my favorites, but they are quick and fun throughout. He does a fine job of ... Read full review

Review: Flesh and Bone (Benny Imura #3)

User Review  - Gina Rose - Goodreads

I enjoyed the first two books in this series a lot which really says something because normally I hate zombie books. And when I saw there was a third book in the series I had to read it. That being ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times bestselling author, multiple Bram Stoker Award winner, and Marvel Comics writer. He’s the author of many novels, including Assassin’s Code, Dead of Night, Patient Zero, and Rot & Ruin. His nonfiction books cover topics ranging from martial arts to zombie pop-culture. Jonathan continues to teach the celebrated Experimental Writing for Teens class, which he created. He founded the Writers Coffeehouse and cofounded The Liars Club, and he is a frequent speaker at schools and libraries, as well as a keynote speaker and guest of honor at major writers’ and genre conferences. Jonathan lives in Del Mar, California, with his wife, Sara, and their son, Sam. Visit him at JonathanMaberry.com and on Twitter (@JonathanMaberry) and Facebook.