As the apocalypse takes its toll both physically and emotionally, the remaining survivors of the original group head for the coast, and one more fight. This time for a new home. Of all the zombie fiction I’ve read of late, this series is my favourite. Morris weaves an interesting tale that could very easily see all five books as a trilogy of films.
This Rotten World: Winter of Blood by Jacy Morris
Snow falls on Oregon burying the world under an icy blanket of white. One group of survivors navigate the politics of a walled community, while the other deals with a cult and its leader. It’s more than just the gory action that keeps you reading, but the ever changing point of view offering depth to the story.
This Rotten World: No More Heroes by Jacy Morris
With Portland in their rear-view-mirror our survivors encounter new perils, some undead, some very much alive. Morris keeps the action moving, and the threats coming, and the multiple storylines flowing.
This Rotten World: Let It Burn by Jacy Morris
“Portland, Oregon, once a hipster haven, the progressive jewel of the Northwest, was now nothing but a collection of buildings on the precipice of becoming a ruin.” As the plot continues, survivors try to escape the unrelenting threat from the undead, shifting perspective offer depth to the characters that make this a compelling read.
This Rotten World by Jacy Morris
First in the series begins with the fall of civilisation at the teeth of the undead. A disparate collection of survivors, forced together by circumstance, battle to escape Portland.