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Jonathan Maberry

Discussion in 'Bred Any Good Rooks Lately? (Suggested Reading)' started by mrblonde, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. mrblonde

    mrblonde Well-Known Member

    People that know me & know my obsession with King ask me who my second favorite author is.
    I never really had one until I discovered Jonathan Maberry.
    I read his "Patient Zero" first & was hooked. His Joe Ledger series is great, especially the audio books read by Ray Porter. (six books so far)
    His Rot & Ruin series is YA, but is very fun to read.
    His other series is the "Pine Deep" series. I am half done with the first book, and I like it thus far.
    Just thought I'd pass this along if you are looking for some non-King reads.
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  2. sam peebles

    sam peebles Well-Known Member

    I read Ghost Road Blues and Dead Man's Song, I think those are part of the Pine Deep series. I dunno...I didn't get into them, and gave up after that. That was a few years ago. I would try him again though, eventually.
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  3. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Beta Tester, Moderator Moderator

    I have Patient Zero in my TBR pile.
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  4. mrblonde

    mrblonde Well-Known Member

    The newest Joe Ledger book "Code Zero" came out, and it's probably the best of the series. His last two Ledger books were good, but this one cranks it back up.

    Here is the series for those interested:

    1. Patient Zero
    2. Dragon Factory
    3. King Of Plagues
    4. Assassin's Code
    5. Extinction Machine
    6. Code Zero
  5. swiftdog2.0

    swiftdog2.0 SwiftDog Takes A Powder

    I've read several of his books. Pretty good stuff :)

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