Rage and Ruin (Zombie Fighter Jango #3) by Cedric Nye (Review by Shelly – #NerdGirlXrayer)

Rage and Ruin

Title: Rage and Ruin (Zombie Fighter Jango #3)

Author:  Cedric Nye 

Published Date: November 3rd 2014

Genre:  Post-Apocalyptic Horror/Adventure


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Disconnected from humanity, alone, waging a relentless and unending war against the ravening hordes of the living dead, Jango has finally found peace. He has thrived on the endless slaughter of the Apocalypse Road, and in his peace has become something more than human, and something less than human.
His peace is suddenly shattered when a woman and her child fall into the clutches of a foul gang, and he feels compelled to help them. The violent insanity that ensues will leave you breathless as Jango brings justice to the innocents, and rage and ruin to the wicked.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Shelly – #NerdGirlXrayer’s Review***
The Z Virus has turned most people into zombies.  If you are one of the lucky ones who has not been turned into a zombie I suggest you hide and hope that zombie killer Jango is close by.  He is a unique individual that is superhuman and his main goal it to defeat the zombies.  Strap in for a wild ride.

This book is about so much more that zombies.  You see Jango trying to deal with feelings that he has of being alone and others as he saves a baby from being eaten.  Jango is a touch individual with superhuman abilities.  He is smart in his actions and keeps himself from being killed.  He is the justice in the world.  Not only does Jango have to deal with the zombies but also people who are trying to take advantage of the innocent.

I have not read any of the other books in this series but had not problem in reading this book and understanding what was going on.  I loved the non stop action in the story.  There is plenty of zombie action but also action of Jango helping the survivors of the zombie apocalypse.  The characters in this book have so much depth.  You see how they accomplish living in this cruel world.  You will feel for Jango as he deals with the past and the future.  The story is very descriptive but not so much that it is gory.  I am not much of a reader of zombie books but I did love this one because of the action, twists and characters.


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