Rotters

Set in the dark heart of Africa, Rotters is a hard core mix of biology, forensic science, military adventure and graphic zombie horror wrapped up in a leaking body bag When a deadly new virus emerges in the Congo river basin of central Africa, Dr Peter Barry must lead an elite military recon team deep into the heart of the rain forest in a desperate race against time toSet in the dark heart of Africa, Rotters is a hard core mix of biology, forensic science, military adventure and graphic zombie horror wrapped up in a leaking body bag When a deadly new virus emerges in the Congo river basin of central Africa, Dr Peter Barry must lead an elite military recon team deep into the heart of the rain forest in a desperate race against time to discover the source of the virus Each step closer to their goal brings new revelations about the virus, themselves, and the unimaginable fact that zombies are real.
Rotters Set in the dark heart of Africa Rotters is a hard core mix of biology forensic science military adventure and graphic zombie horror wrapped up in a leaking body bag When a deadly new virus emerges

  • Title: Rotters
  • Author: Carl R. Cart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Rotters”

    1. Although this was a standard and fairly satisfying examination of a zombie-type apocalypse, I found that the main character wasn't very believable. In fact, none of the characters were very believable. Reactions were off, motivations didn't really make sense and they didn't go beyond two dimensions. I was actually very surprised to read in the extensive Author's Notes that he had specific people or types in mind when he wrote the book, because they were very cookie cutter and rather illogical. T [...]

    2. Four Stars- Keyes Comments.I feel like I should rate this story 3 stars, but that would only be because I'd have preferred a different ending- other than that, this story deserves a solid 4 stars. Here is a note I wrote mid-way through: "Why isn't the captain giving Keyes sh*t about all of her "screaming" and "shrieking"?? It's all about some serious noise discipline - except for Keyes' mouth. ? Sloppy. Or, is it not sloppy writing, but rather, misogyny?? I'm surprised she hasn't fallen yet, and [...]

    3. Let me start out by saying that I’m not one who reads novels about zombies, but the description for this book caught my attention. Since I do enjoy thriller novels that deal with viruses, this book met all my expectations for an enjoyable read. The proposed scientific hypothesis that a virus would use a zombie as a host to infect live humans and cause an epidemic was a brilliant idea.The way the story developed and the action involved, reminded me of thrillers I’ve read by Clive Cussler. The [...]

    4. Honestly, I enjoyed this book very much. It's the first zombie book I've come across that tries to provide a scientific rationale for the creatures. And it actually makes sense. I won't go into the details, that would spoil it for you. The author clearly knows his biology and his military. I could wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone interested in military thrillers, or zombie books. If I have one complaint about this book, it's that the dialogue seems a little formal and stilted. It's n [...]

    5. Honestly, I enjoyed this book very much. It's the first zombie book I've come across that tries to provide a scientific rationale for the creatures. And it actually makes sense. I won't go into the details, that would spoil it for you. The author clearly knows his biology and his military. I could wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone interested in military thrillers, or zombie books. If I have one complaint about this book, it's that the dialogue seems a little formal and stilted. It's n [...]

    6. How All Zombie Novels and Short Stories Should Be Absolutely fantastic.  This really gets into the meat and spuds of the zombie virus, explaining the whys and hows in a way that actually makes sense.  Characterization, usually a low point, was very well done.  There's no cardboard people-shaped blobs here, just a small band of very human beings, complete with flaws and ambitions.  Definitely well worth the read!

    7. Wow! Great premise! Great action! Very suspenseful. And when there is a zombie outbreak, and you find yourself in an African jungle, there is one thing that could actually make the situation 1000 times worse. But I'm not telling so you can be as surprised and satisfied as I was! Really cool book. Especially if you like heavy weapons and bad ass special ops kind of guys mowing them down. Two thumbs up!

    8. After reading many zombie novels, I really enjoyed this book! I feel it took a different take on a story generally told the same way. It definitely kept my interest to the very end.

    9. Great zombie book! Rotters by Carl R.Cart . Think C.S.I meets the zombie apocalypse with military action thrown in.

    10. this was a really well written book. very much unlike many I have read before. just enough technical details for me to become lost in the book. well worth reading.

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