Bits & Pieces

Narrated by: Ray Porter, Dana Fredsti
Series: Benny Imura, Book 5
Length: 13 hrs and 16 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (404 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Return to the zombie apocalypse wasteland that is the Rot & Ruin in this short story collection from Jonathan Maberry.

Benny Imura's zombie-infested adventures are well-chronicled in the gripping novels Rot & Ruin, Dust & Decay, Flesh & Bone, and Fire & Ash. But what else was happening while he was on his quest? Who were the others navigating the ravaged landscape full of zombies?

Bits & Pieces fills in the gaps about what we know about First Night, surviving the plague, and traveling the land of Rot & Ruin. Eleven all-new short stories from Nix's journal and 11 previously published stories, including "Dead & Gone" and "Tooth & Nail", are now all together.

©2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 Jonathan Maberry (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Rounding out some corners!!!!!

The first half of the book clears up some of the back stories for the previous books, but the second half is money!!! I found myself feeling a little melancholy near the end. Not going to spoil things. The grandchildren Baskerville, Grim, and Ghoulie. I am sure there are two parents who are very proud of their family. I can only hope they went out the right way. As always and with great sincerity, I want to thank Ray Porter and Jonathan Maberry. One hell of a tag team.

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Lots of Joe Ledger

If you are a Joe Ledger fan, this is a good read. He is the subject in several short stories.

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Jonathan maberry

you can't go wrong with any book by this man. I've listened to this series and loved it. than to make it even better he brings in joe ledger. awesome.... a must read or better yet listen. love ray porter my all time favorite narrator.

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I could never ever express

how much I love this whole series. I'm in my fifties and not embarrassed in the least to say that. if you can't see what is being taught just below the surface you have to be blind this in my opinion should be a required reading series in grade school. compassion, trust, respect, realization, acceptance, love, loss it's all there in brazen and subtle ways.

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great book great narration

love the narrator for this book really did a great job of showing the emotion as he read really brings it to life i think

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First half is almost pointless.

Roughly the first half of this book could not exist, and I would not miss it. But the second half makes it worth every penny. And I truly mean that. I'm the kind of person that hates short stories. Especially in a Series like this. And that mentality holds true for the first half. But I'm so glad I stuck it out for the second half. If you decide to only read one piece of this, chapter 18 is all I will say. If you want to give it a little more, At least read Rags story. You won't Regret it.

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Really wanted to like it but just could not follow

Sorry but i just could not finish it. It just wasnt as gripping as the first one. Maybe it would have read better as a book but I found myself dozing.

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The narrator sounds like James Spader.

I miss the original narrator. After listening to him during the first 4 books it is difficult to transition. This new narrator isn't bad but he sounds like James Spader. He speaks in his same mannerism as well. It was distracting at first when all you can picture is James Spader sitting by a fire reading you a story.

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Loved it

My only negative is I wish some of the stories were longer. Maybe they'll be more in the next book.

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Fill ins

The stories that filled in between the Rot in Ruin novels and Night Series are all GREAT. From Joe Ledger to Benny and his friends.

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I need more of this universe! also more Jonathan Mabury!

i’ve been a fan of Jonathan Mabury for many years. It’s a real shame that more of his books aren’t available on Audible UK. I’ve read this book up to the events of rot and ruin and am now waiting impatiently for The rest of this series, Being books 1, 2, 3 and 4, to be available on audible UK. both narrators do a very good job of capturing each character.