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Fall of Night

Fall of Night The sequel to Dead of Night bringing back beloved characters Desdamona Fox and Billy Trout as they race against time to quarantine a zombie epidemic while caught in a military strikeStebbins Little S

  • Title: Fall of Night
  • Author: Jonathan Maberry
  • ISBN: 9781250034946
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sequel to Dead of Night, bringing back beloved characters Desdamona Fox and Billy Trout as they race against time to quarantine a zombie epidemic while caught in a military strikeStebbins Little School is full of bodies It s unthinkable to Desdemona Fox Children are sobbing as panicked teachers and neighbors beat down their family members outside of the schooloThe sequel to Dead of Night, bringing back beloved characters Desdamona Fox and Billy Trout as they race against time to quarantine a zombie epidemic while caught in a military strikeStebbins Little School is full of bodies It s unthinkable to Desdemona Fox Children are sobbing as panicked teachers and neighbors beat down their family members outside of the schoolor the things that used to be their family members Parents don t eat their children do they Officers Fox and Hammond, along with journalist Billy Trout, are calling it the beginning of the end This is the zombie apocalypse An insane escaped serial killer is infecting Stebbins County with a deadly virus, and now the whole world is watching while Fox, Trout, and the remaining inhabitants of Stebbins fight for their life againstwhat The undead The President and the National Guard are ready to nuke Stebbins, PA off the map and cut their losses But the infection is spreading and fast Worse, the scientist who created the virus is missing It s a numbers game as the body count rises Fox has to contain the infected and evacuate the living before it s too late, and the clock is tickingFall of Night, Maberry s nail biting sequel to Dead of Night, picks up where the first novel left off on a wild goose chase for a mad man and the missing scientist who gave him new un life Chilling, gory, and hair raisingly scary, Maberry fans won t be able to read this fast paced thriller with the lights off.

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    One thought on “Fall of Night

    1. Faye, la Patata on said:

      It was okay, but it was unnecessarily dragging with all the "emotional drama" between Dez and Trout. And honestly, Dez started becoming really annoying.

    2. Rachel on said:

      Jonathan Maberry has definitely become one of my favorite authors; he is undoubtedly my favorite author of zombie fiction. This novel picks up roughly where Dead of Night leaves off. If you enjoyed the Benny Imura series (starting with Rot and Ruin), then you will definitely want to read Fall of Night. Also, if you enjoy the Joe Ledger novels (starting with Patient Zero), you may also want to check this one out, as there is distinct crossover between the two series, and this one falls squarely i [...]

    3. Alondra on said:

      5 StarsThis was much better than Dead of Night; which is the first book in this series.Great detail and information of the viral strain of Lucifer 113. I feel like I need to reread the first book to get into Volkers head again; but if I do that, I will want to kill him myself.We are still dealing with Dez and Billy; but not their relationship issues, so much. They have bigger fish to fry now; so it is more "tread lightly" with those two. Of course, as hinted at in first book; we start seeing the [...]

    4. Christy LoveOfBooks on said:

      Fall of Night! Where do I even begin? This book is made of awesome for so many reasons. I can’t even tell you how hard I was geeking out.First of all, this is the sequel to Dead of Night, which I thoroughly loved. It picks up where the previous book left us, and Maberry wastes no time thrusting us into all the craziness. We are forced to say good-bye to certain characters, while being introduced to new ones. I mean, it is the beginning of the zombie apocalypse, so obviously no one is truly saf [...]

    5. Chris on said:

      If it was possible to give this novel six stars, hell, TEN, it would be richly deserving of such a rating; yeah, it's that good.In the sequel to Dead of Night, Maberry continues the story of what happens to a small town in rural Pennsylvania after a serial killer, Homer Gibbon, is injected with a deadly virus during his lethal injection (which took place in the first novel), and goes on a bloody rampage, infecting others and ultimately bringing about a zombie apocalypse. Stebbins town cop, Dez F [...]

    6. David Dalton on said:

      Another great horror thriller from Jonathan Maberry. A sequel to , which I also loved. Takes place right after the 1st one. Truly hope this is not the end of the story. Lots of characters and features some characters that also appear in . Which I have not read, but will probably do so now. This is a book for zombie lovers and fans of horror. Plus it was written by Jonathan Maberry. How can you go wrong? Also I heard there is another book out there that ties Rot & Ruin, this book, and Joe Led [...]

    7. Brian Fitzpatrick on said:

      Wow. In Dead of Night, Jonathan Maberry offers a solid shot to the gut and he finishes us off with an uppercut in Fall of Night. This one-two-punch fills the gap between the worlds of Joe Ledger (Patient Zero) and Tom Imura (Rot and Ruin) with style, grace, and occasionally heartwrenching drama. Sure, the story pivots around the zombie apocalypse, but really it's about the people attempting to survive that apocalypse. From the opening chapters, you get sucked back into the troubles in Stebbins C [...]

    8. Midnight Blue on said:

      Maberry is, in my opinion, the new Godfather of Zombiana. This sequel tois the story of the Rot & Ruin series's First Night. The unfolding of the zombie apocalypse as told on the large and small scale dovetails nicely into and brings in characters we recognize from Maberry's other epic series. Much like Stephen King did with his characters, Maberry has woven a whole alternate world with recurring characters that pleases teens and adults (and people like me who are a little of both) and that [...]

    9. Leah on said:

      I knew how this was going to endd yet, I was hoping for a different outcome.Phenomenal! Jonathan Maberry keeps his place as one of my favorite authors.The feels alone would have had me giving this 5 Stars, but the writing and the characters, and just everything really just made this novel awesome for me.Full review in the next few days.

    10. Steve Lowe on said:

      I love the way Jonathan Maberry weaves his characters from story to another. I have really enjoyed this take on the zombie world. I don't want to go into much detail an spoil the story for someone who has not read it yet, but I will say that ways he uses details of the locations and characters was great. I look forward to seeing more of Mr. Maberry's work.

    11. John on said:

      Overall - 4 starsStory - 4 starsNarration - 4 starsThe first book in the series was better. This one was your typical people trying to get away from zombies while other people try to stop the plague. The only twist was that this story had a sentient but absolutely insane serial killer zombie who was hell-bent on spreading the plague.When will the zombie craze run its course?

    12. Berls on said:

      I was really excited to get into this book after the way the first one ended. But it didn't pick up there and it just didn't pull me in. I'm at the half way point and have set it aside for weeks with no desire to continue. So I'm calling it. DNF. :(

    13. Angela Crawford on said:

      From the Description:Stebbins Little School is full of bodies. It's unthinkable to Desdemona Fox. Children are sobbing as panicked teachers and neighbors beat down their family members outside of the schoolor the things that used to be their family members. Parents don't eat their children do they? Officers Fox and Hammond, along with journalist Billy Trout, are calling it the beginning of the end. This is the zombie apocalypse. An insane escaped serial killer is infecting Stebbins County with a [...]

    14. Janice on said:

      Normally, when one reads the second book in a series without having read the first, then confusion follows. I never felt like I couldn't follow or I was missing something. There was a death at the beginning of the book that would have had more impact on me had I read the first book, which I now *have* to read. The things I liked best about "Fall of Night" were centered around the structure of the book. Many zombie books and movies start after the devastation of the outbreak has taken hold and th [...]

    15. Stephanie on said:

      I adore Jonathan Maberry. He's my go-to recommendation for anyone wanting a quality horror read. I also love, love, love the world he created for his YA series and am thrilled beyond belief to get to continue visiting there. That said, I had to downgrade my rating for this book. Sadly, the editing was crap. Yes, I know, Mr. Maberry is not at fault for the editing. Nevertheless, it presents a formidable distraction while reading. I read the ebook, but also had on hand a print copy. The errors wer [...]

    16. Timothy Ward on said:

      I was hoping for more. The conflict between Dez and Trout and the question of their love for each other didn't really develop or at least reward that interest. This story was too much like a filling in of the pieces after what happened in the last book. Yes, there were some terrifying parts, but it felt more like watching chess pieces moved across a board than that I was getting an interesting story about characters. The vignettes of people experiencing the outbreak was a nice change of pace, bu [...]

    17. melissa on said:

      As previously stated, I am a huge Jonathan Maberry fangirl. This was an amazing follow up to Dead of Night and a great segway into the YA Rot & Ruin series. It's seriously making me want to re-read that series. However, I am not in love with his editor. This was pretty damn sloppy. Granted it was easy to get the gist of what should be said, there were just a lot of errors. I don't fault Jonathan of this because as you're reading you can kind of tell that he's getting swept up in the story (a [...]

    18. C.J. Mugleston on said:

      Lucifer has escaped quarantine.The world slips slowly towards darkness and the government will stop at nothing to halt the parasite.Dez Fox is still trapped in Stebbins Little School but she'll be damned if she's going to just sit and wait to die.Fall of Night culminates in explosive action and gory humanity.Will their efforts be enough or will it all have been in vain?This is a book for those people.You know the ones I mean."A zombie virus is soooo unrealistic. How would shambling corpses take [...]

    19. Craig on said:

      This is a sequel to Dead of Night, and serves as a lead-in to the Rot & Ruin series. (Who knew there were -three- brothers? Cool! And a good thing, too, since it's mentioned that Joe Ledger is out of the country.) Maberry does an excellent job of pacing the story, which builds slowly and then kicks into high gear, illustrating just how fragile our society is and how swiftly it could all fall apart. Dez and Trout are very interesting characters, and their opposites-attract relationship is a l [...]

    20. Aaron Advani on said:

      This only gets 3 stars I'm sad to say as its a slow paced book by Jonathan's normal standards and its disappointing because its written after the Rot & Ruin quartet which is set 10 years after the events here, even though the point of this 2 book series is to fill in the blanks leading up to first night. Dead of Night, the first book in this 2 book sequence was very pacey with great scenes and characters but this just didn't have the same feel to me.Jonathan Maberry is still a great author a [...]

    21. Rick Fisher on said:

      Excellent sequel. I still disliked the main female character. She is the same brash, hardnosed, loud/filthy mouthed loser from the first. All the other characters are cool. The best part of this novel were the introduction of key players in Mr. Maberry's amazing "Rot and Ruin". I love how it ties everything in and you finally see how the other series gets to where its at when it first begins. Very creative.

    22. Robert Dunn on said:

      Maberry always keeps the action going and the dead walking and dangerous. His books always keep me reading. There were two reasons I didn't rate this one higher, I got a little tired of the Dez character and the relationship between Trout and her, just too much angst, and the end- it is part of a series, I know, but it ended abruptly for me, not really even a cliff hanger just stopping in the wrong place for me. I would have been happier if I had the next book on hand to go right to.

    23. Nathan Espinoza on said:

      I've read every Jonathan Maberry book including his short stories, starting with the Benny Imura series. This was definitely one of my favorites next to the Pine Deep Series. There were at least a few moments where I either gasped or said "oh s*#t!" and I rarely if ever have a book impact me like that. I'll read everything this brilliant author writes!

    24. Lola Snyder on said:

      The two worlds Jonathan Maberry has created with the Joe Ledger series and the Benny Imura series have finally met in Fall of Night. We've had glimpses, hints and character crossover but here the world as we know it ends and the world after begins. Maberry is a master of preternatural fiction, his characters are well developed and multilayered and his zombies are logical.

    25. Brian Taylor on said:

      Liked it better than the first despite some of the characters being a bit annoying/whiny. It gives a broad perspective on the outbreak and how different sections of the country react to it. Well done.

    26. Regina on said:

      What can I say? Better than Dead of Night but that's because it answers more questions that were left in the first book and introduces characters we know from the Benny Imura series and the zombie apocalypse.That and I like the idea of bio/parasitic infection leading to the ZA.

    27. Michael on said:

      Wow! What an unexpected gem. I had expected a light fluffy nonsense read. I was so wrong. This is a deep well written story with so many layers. So hard to put this book down. Cannot wait to read the next saga.

    28. Cristobal on said:

      Much slower than the first book. Especially in the first half. Too much emotional relationship schoolhouse drama. Hopefully the third book will pick up the pace. This one felt almost like a necessary bridge to whatever may be next.

    29. Joan on said:

      Wowwhat a way for the world to end, not with a whimper but with a bite. It was nice to see how this series was tied in with his Rot and Ruin series. I can't get enough of Maberry.

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