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The lanky one pushed aside the curtains with his AK to allow the mustachioed gunman and the one in the Harley Davidson vest to enter, and then followed them inside. A moment later, a scream emanated from the back of the Ryder, followed by gun shots and a growl, an ungodly guttural sound that was neither animal nor human. All three men started screaming now, the intensity of their panic terrifying. Then, one by one, each cry devolved into a muffled gurgle. The mayhem stopped as quickly as it had started, leaving in it's place an eerie silence.
View 2 comments. Compton has found a cure for the virus he inadvertently created. The catch? It's back at his lab facility hundreds of miles away through the rotter infested ruins of the American East Coast. Will Mike Robson and his crew of tenacious survivors be able to bring back the cure and take back their world, or will they die trying? Rotter World is a stomach churning, heart-pumping, zombie killing extravaganza.
A true feast for the I learned the hard way that it it not a wise idea to eat while you read this book. I often multi-task while reading and thought, "Hey, I might as well finish this book up while I have some teriyaki beef and broccoli for lunch. While the scene was well written and emotionally evocative, I would have preferred to keep my lunch out of it.
You see, Rotter World is very much a book that spares no detail when it comes to graphic gore. While this adds to the desperate and often times disturbing tone of the book nicely, it may not be for everyone. Moving onward, Rotter World offers the reader a unique and intriguing alternate view of the zombie apocalypse in which the virus is spread by vampires in an attempt to distract humans from hunting them down. This of course backfires spectacularly on them and the vampires find themselves facing an increasingly desperate situation; the complete extinction of their kind.
When the book begins, humans and what is left of the vampires have teamed up to better their chances of surviving in a hostile alliance that threatens to boil over at any moment. The tension is incredible as it offsets the already overwhelming threat of the zombie horde. Not all of the human survivors hate the vampires which also leads to another layer of hostilities among the group. I loved this, but wished that the loyalties of the characters hadn't been so obvious.
I would have loved to have read a scene in which a human you thought neutral or for the vampires turned on one of them during a zombie onslaught. Regardless there are plenty of action sequences and you get to see how prejudices effect the decisions of the group in life threatening situations. I won't say who, but I was very upset to see my favorite vamp go.
I was like, "Scott, oh no you didn't!
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With all the action and character interaction Baker throws at us that gets our hearts pumping, some in-between scenes come across a bit dry. I know it's hard to make colorful transition scenes when you've just allowed your characters to barely escape from a hauntingly bloody battle, but there were a few times when I felt Baker's writing was becoming more technical in order to explain rather than making readers see it through the already well established interactions between characters. I stress this is only occasionally, but these parts were just so stark in comparison to the rest of the story that they really killed the mood.
Speaking of "The Mood" Baker waxes erotic a couple of times throughout the novel showing readers both the wonderful and destructive sides of the human need for closeness. I was glad to have this part of human nature addressed within a zombie novel as the genre normally stays away from sensuality. What better motivation is there to incite DEFCON levels of the horizontal mambo than the almost definite possibility that you will be cannibalized by mindless, rotting husks of your peers in the near future?
I honestly can't think of any. I know this is becoming one mother trucker of a review, but I do have one last thing I'd like to tell you all about. I absolutely hate reading books or watching movies where the women spend more time screaming and crying than kicking-ass and taking names.
Thank God for Baker's badass squad of zombie killing femme fatales. The Angels of Death are leather clad ladies with some seriously messed up pasts they have overcome by blowing away many a zombie. If there were some AOD merch like a shirt or a mug, I would be first in line to get me some. I loved these ladies who prove you best not underestimate a woman with serious baggage. The Final Verdict You're invited to a deadman's party.
Make sure you gird your loins and bring a hardy constitution, maybe even a turtleneck. That is unless you plan on fraternizing with some vamps then by all means Enjoy the ride.
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All opinions expressed above are my own. Sep 14, Kevin Walsh rated it really liked it Shelves: zombie-novels. This was a great read and I really enjoyed it. I liked the fact that Rotter World tries something different by throwing vampires into the mix. I was hesitant at first, worried that the author would not be able to use that vampire-element in order to give us a plot-line that is different from all the rest. I've seen it before where an author brings in a new element, something different, yet poor execution leads to a boring and bland plotline.
If you wanna bring something different into the genre, This was a great read and I really enjoyed it. If you wanna bring something different into the genre, you better well use it to make the plot itself different as well, if you fail to do so, then you're dancing to the same boring tune like everybody else. Rotter World does not fall into this category. The author does a stellar job using the vampire element to shape this story into something different and unique.
I enjoyed how he used to the vampire element to shape a new spin on the story near the end. Writing: I enjoyed the writing style. Scott Baker has a straight-forward, clean and crisp writing style that brings the story to life. His descriptions can really bring the gore and his action sequences are well oriented. Writing wise: I have no qualms. Characters: Some of the characters were a little cardboard-ish but overall, the characters in the books are real.
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A few of them I could live without. There were also a couple of characters that could have been fleshed out a little more. There was a scene with Mad Dog that I had slight issues with. The reason being that the scene could have been better if it occurred later on in the book, and if you've read the book, you'd understand the particular scene I am talking about. Plot: Riveting. This book has a great plot and the vampire element gives it an original spin on the zombie story. There is a lot of action, blood and gore and also, great conflicts. Maybe one or two of the conflicts seemed a little contrived, but overall, they were some pretty good action scenes.
Overall: Rotter World stands out as one hell of a zombie novel and with a little time, it will catch on and become a popular read among fans. I think somewhere down the road, people might regard Rotter World as a Permuted Press classic and I would probably be one of the people testifying to that. This story has a great plot, good characters, strong re-read value and an excellent, unique slant on the genre. View 1 comment.
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Jul 02, Heather Faville rated it it was amazing. Rotter World starts off a little slow as it pieces together the back story, using flashbacks at times, of many of the characters and what has happened to cause the undead to walk and feast. The addition of vampires was a welcome one for this reader as it brought in a slightly different element to the chaos that is already at hand.
Can the humans of the group trust the vampires not to feast upon them like happy meals with legs? Can the vampires trust the humans not to leave them open to a sunligh Rotter World starts off a little slow as it pieces together the back story, using flashbacks at times, of many of the characters and what has happened to cause the undead to walk and feast.
Can the vampires trust the humans not to leave them open to a sunlight BBQ while they sleep? The characters of Rotter World were very well written. For as many main characters as there were, the author did a very good job giving each their own personality and making them fairly easy to keep straight.
Not only were the misfit group fighting for their lives, but that many were fighting for their humanity and for the relationships they had formed over their time together. This attempt at maintaining some semblance of normalcy aided in giving the tale and it's characters believability. The uneasy alliance between the vampires and the humans, as they make their way to retrieve a vaccine that will give an immunity to the zombie virus, gives the reader a wonderful feeling of tension as questions arise as to who will be honorable in their union and who will not. Rotter Worldis action packed with some fantastic scenes of violence and gore.
There are a few scenes where this reader was on the edge of her seat as the battle unfolded. Rotter World is book one of, I believe, a trilogy and one thing I really liked was that it ended Yes, there is more that can be told to the story and I am curious as to how certain things will play out in the next book, but Rotter World still had a fairly solid ending, which I personally enjoy. A unique and welcome mix of zombies, vampires, humans and their fight for survival Rotter World is a definite recommend from Doubleshot Reviews.
Sep 29, Gareth Wood rated it really liked it. A graphic and violent zombie book, yet quite well developed and highly enjoyable. There was far more violence and graphic imagery in this book than I am used to, but it didn't seem out of place here at all. The book centers around a community of survivors of a global outbreak that turns its victims into zombie-like creatures. The contagion that started it all was released by vampires. You can get all that from the back cover, but from here on in I'll talk about things in the book that might be c A graphic and violent zombie book, yet quite well developed and highly enjoyable.
You can get all that from the back cover, but from here on in I'll talk about things in the book that might be considered spoilers. In fact killing a vampire with the virus creates a sort of super-vampire-zombie that is absolutely terrifying. The author continues to ramp up the terror throughout the book as the characters advance from one plot point to the next. Having vampires as well as normal human survivors in the mix keeps the tension among them high, and Scott Baker does a really good job on the dialogue.
Many of the characters are quite well fleshed out, some more-so than others, but there are a LOT of characters in the story, and always something interesting going on. The sex scenes were a surprise. I didn't expect that level of detail, but at the same time, given the attention to detail the author put into the evisceration and carnage the zombies got up to, I really should have expected it. At times I found myself wondering what might come next, as the author wrapped this one up in a place that wasn't a cliffhanger, but did leave a lot of room to explore.
I look forward to his next offering. Dec 28, Trisha rated it really liked it Shelves: zombies. The only thing I don't like about zombie books is that they end when I want them to keep going. Maybe that's why I like The Walking Dead tv show so much- there's always more to the story coming up at some point. Anyway, I felt this book ended on a strong note- so much so that I didn't want it to end where it did. The story did drag a bit about half way through the book, but not enough for me to put it down. It gave me what I was looking for in a zombie apocolypse book- action, suspense, and plen The only thing I don't like about zombie books is that they end when I want them to keep going.
It gave me what I was looking for in a zombie apocolypse book- action, suspense, and plenty of gore. Sometimes I'm just in the mood for such a book, and this one did not disappoint. There were characters that I rooted for Oh please don't eat that person! I did like the vampire twist- they do exist, and they were the ones who unleashed the zombie virus upon the world- even though I was skeptical at first.
Karma definitely has it's day in Rotter World, especially at the book's conclusion. Don't read this if you are squeamish about descriptions of bodies being torn apart and consumed in the worst possible way. Although if you are squeamish about such things I suppose you wouldn't be reading it in the first place. To all others: enjoy. Dec 02, chucklesthescot rated it it was ok Shelves: ebook , fiction , horror , zombies , abandoned. The vampires released a virus that has nearly taken out mankind and started a zombie holocaust and now the surviving vampires are working with humans to find a cure and survive.
The scientist responsible for creating the virus may have a cure which means a dangerous road trip to retrieve it from a lab. I loved the idea of vampires and humans fighting zombies together but the book did not deliver for me. There is a ton of tell as we delve into the history of every MC, which I felt was too much, wh The vampires released a virus that has nearly taken out mankind and started a zombie holocaust and now the surviving vampires are working with humans to find a cure and survive.
There is a ton of tell as we delve into the history of every MC, which I felt was too much, when I was more interested in their teamwork. What teamwork? Everyone hates everyone. The humans hate the vampires and don't trust them and some want to kill their allies while they sleep. The vampires hate the humans and want to eat them. The vampires hate each other because some are sleeping with humans. The humans hate each other Everyone is fighting and bitching, the sexism and bigotry is frustrating and the decent story is just getting lost in all the bullcrap!
I got so sick of it and the dreadful characters that I DNFed it. I won't be reading on with this series. Will definitely read more by this author Apr 12, Felicia A rated it it was amazing Shelves: apocalypse-of-some-sort , books-i-have-edited , zombies , teotwawki. Another editing project is now a published book! Awesome book - zombies AND vampires in this one, but you'll have to read it to find out whether everybody is just getting along.
Jul 05, Patrick D'Orazio rated it really liked it. Rotter World starts out in the post apocalyptic environs of Maine, where a group of survivors that have set up a safe haven and are asked to go after a small group trapped and surrounded by zombies out in the wastelands by their leader, which is a far more dangerous undertaking than normal. This virus was created by the Rotter World starts out in the post apocalyptic environs of Maine, where a group of survivors that have set up a safe haven and are asked to go after a small group trapped and surrounded by zombies out in the wastelands by their leader, which is a far more dangerous undertaking than normal.
This virus was created by the government but was never intended to be used as a weapon…at least not until vampires stole it and unleashed it upon the human world with the hopes of preventing the living from wiping them out for good. Among these survivors is a small band of vampires who have made a truce with the humans. Their race did unleashed the virus, not realizing that the zombies created with the plague would crave vampire flesh as much as human and proceed to find root out the vamps when they were at their most vulnerable-during daylight hours while they sleep.
Now the few that remain must work side by side with those they once considered to be cattle to avoid going extinct.
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The rescued doctor proposes a mission for the survivors. He needs to get to his government lab in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to retrieve his research and craft the initial doses of the vaccine. They survivors will serve as his escort through rotter infested lands. They agree but insist that most of the vamps go along with them despite the fact that the doctor, along with his military escort, despise the vampire race and would like nothing more than to see them all wiped out for the curse they unleashed on humanity.
Rotter World starts out at a slow pace, with plenty of flashbacks to get the reader up to speed with most of the characters, then picks up speed as the mission to Gettysburg gets underway. The action is intense and the gore graphic enough to satisfy most zompoc fans. The conflicts between the humans and vamps are interesting, but I wished they had been explored in great depth. The vamps in this story are, for lack of a better word, honorable.
It would have been interesting to see more of the dark side of the blood suckers, even though there is plenty of human drama to deal with in this tale. As is the case with most quality zombie tales, the flesh eaters are a nightmarish menace but they are nothing compared to the few devious humans who tend to cause far more trouble than the undead ever could for the rest of the survivors. I enjoyed this story, especially toward the end when things got quite intense and the danger everyone was facing felt tangible and made my heart race.
The author offers up a creative new twist on the traditional zombie tale with the introduction of another undead race. Plenty of the human and vampire characters were well developed and gave me someone to root for and to root against. May 27, KyBunnies rated it it was amazing Shelves: , america , blog-tour-book , fantasy , fiction , kindle-book , modern , sci-fi , vampire , zombie.
Yes, I am very behind, but I have a great excuse. I blame it all on Scott and his bunnies. See, Scott is working with IO Tours. He found me through them because I am one of their blog hosts. He asks the owner Vickie to contact me asking if I would review his book because I have bunnies and he has bunnies.
Well, if you are a bunny person then you help out other bunny people. I will admit I did not want to read this book because I am not a big fan of vampire books, but yes there is always a but the bunnies and I really did enjoy reading this. Well maybe I enjoyed reading it more than they did. Because when reading the bunnies snuggle up next to me for pets but sometimes they get bored and start nibbling on stuff.
If this was a paperback book and not digital then the book would have been half chewed up before I finished. Since I have gotten a digital reader the bunnies do not like it as much but they still try to chew on it. There are little teeth marks everywhere on it lol. Okay enough about Scott, the bunnies and me. Sorry I could go on for days about bunnies. Review: Oh my this book is not just about vampires. Is full of zombies. No I did not know this when I said I would read this book.
Granted this is not my normal reading. However, I try to always read a book every couple of months. I do this to just to keep myself from staying in my little square box.
If we read and think outside the box then we keep our mind open to everything that is possible. This book starts out with a crew that is on a rescue mission. Yes, there are still humans that have not been infected with the virus. The strange part a small band of vampires and humans work together. Yes, a vampire released the virus that started everything, but remember that just like real life there is always good and bed people everywhere.
Okay, if you have read any of the Resident Evil books or watched the movies you will love this book. The only thing different is that Scott or his bunnies I still have not figured out which one wrote the book this book have lots more details. If you love the blood and guts then this is the book for you. Early in the book, readers will meet the man responsible for releasing the virus. Many people do not like him. He convinces other in a stronghold that they need to travel miles south to obtain the vaccine to the virus he released. Okay maybe it is me but this idiot released the vaccine, left it in some underground lab and wants others to go and get this.
I know the author wrote the character this way for a reason. However early on in the book, I did not like this character and the more I read the more I disliked the Compton character. I hope no one came looking for a thorough review of this book. If you did, I apologize. I cannot write reviews that way. If I did, the review would be full of spoilers. Then it would not be worth reading and author would not work with me or ask me to review their book. I enjoyed this book even though it is not my normal reading.
With everything being said the bunnies keep telling me to shut and just rate the book. The bunnies and I give this book 5 carrots. Thanks for a great read Scott. May 08, Mary Loesch rated it it was amazing. Rotter World…the title already conjures some strong images.
The book contains some even stronger ones. Of course, that's to be expected in a tale about zombies, vampires, and the military. Now before you go thinking that this is another 28 Days, Resident Evil, or Walking Dead rip off, let me just set you straight. Sure, it has some of the same qualities, but I found that this book by Scott M. Skin color of zombies can also vary widely, ranging from normal color to greens, blues, grays and even other colors.
Their gait can also vary, from limping, sliding their feet on the ground or have the "arms forward" stance. Not Using the Z Word happens when creatures that otherwise fit the profile perfectly are not called zombies; Technically Living Zombie is what happens when they fit the profile perfectly except for not being dead. Elite Zombie is this trope combined with Elite Mook.
Lovecraft : [ indicating the zombie ] What happened to your regular legbreakers? Bordon : Progress. Tugwell : Zombies don't eat, don't complain Bordon Horse-man: Wait, he's a zombie but he's handsome? And he's an amazing basketball player? And he can FLY? What on earth makes him a zombie? What conflict does the story have? Mick: I mean, there was this bright white light at the end of a long tunnel, right, and there was these chicks' voices, and that music Pnub: Yeah, kinda uncool music, like, Enya. And these chicks' voices, they were saying, "come to us, come towards the light".
Mick: We figured, fuck it, I mean, it was really far!