Monday, October 29, 2012

The Fort Myers Downtowner's Review of Rotter World

In the run-up to ZombiCon 2012, The Fort Myers Downtowner, the city's local newspaper, ran several reviews of those authors who were to attend the event.  Below is their review of Rotter World, which they gave 4.5 out of 5 brains.

"In a refreshingly unique take on both genres, Rotter World cleverly combines zombies and vampires in this 'quest' adventure that's sure to keep your page-turning hand locked and loaded.  Eight months have passed since vampire released the Revanant Virus on mankind, nearly wiping out both species.  Mike Robson, part of a small band of humans and vampires, discovers their only hope of survival lies in obtaining a vaccine located in a secure underground facility five hundred miles away.  Mike and his group struggle through post-apocalyptic ruins infested with blood-thirsty zombies and brutal gangs of ruthless survivors, all while tip-toeing through uneasy tensions from the razor-thin truce between humans and vampires.  A heart-pumping gore-fest, Rotter World is a killer ride, and a stomach-churning page turner that any adventure-lover would die for."

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