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And he was not just upset, he was maniacal. Anything that cost a penny over his minuscule budget turned him into a monster He was Just screaming his head off.
We did it in one take, and that was it. Devon also recalled that "Mel Welles just played everything off the top of his head and he came out all right, but it was difficult to keep from looking foolish.
Pamela Duncan pressed very hard, and Dick Garland worked hard, too. It was just coming down around their ears.
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All that is about to change. After losing her childhood farm to the bank, local beauty Rene decides to leave town and head for the big city.
Suddenly, an avalanche of meteorites races through the sky, bombarding the town and bringing an otherworldly infection.
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Together they battle their way through a plague of walking dead and discover that there is more transpiring than just an infection.
Written by Cropduster I'm Australian, so i know what a bad movie is. They only thing missing from this movie to keep it from touching the stars so to speak is originality.
Aussie horror has not always been met with open arms by the horror fraternity but hopefully this will erase some of the embarrassment of the horrible horror we have produced.
When writing a diary based first person POV it doesn't make sense to switch to another 1st person POV and still call that chapter "Howie's diary" because it wasn't him!
And cat's, rats, zombies and plague virus's can't write as far as I know so having them tell their story didn't make any sense, in the context Haywood laid out for the reader.
I overlooked that quirk because the story told from the plagues POV really did add a nice element to a tried and tested zombie plot.
Personally I wouldn't have had Howie tell the reader he planned to switch at all or used the frequent implausible chapter titles "Extract from Howie's diary.
Details that didn't upset my enjoyment I should add for reasons I'll get to in a bit. Repetition: Within the first few pages I almost deleted the book from my kindle.
When Howie is at home and the zombies are at his front door, he spends a lot of time saying stuff like: "I next go into the lounge" and "I go back to I understand it's going to be a traumatic experience for any sane person to be plagued by zombies but that sort of repetition is very exhausting.
This calmed down after about 10 pages or so. Zombies are everywhere. It's gross, dirty, horrific work to chop down what used to be human beings, but it felt as if Haywood enjoyed writing every little detail often rather than giving thought to how much was necessary to move the story forward.
Tenses: I don't recall specifics but I'm sure I came across plenty of contradictions in the use of tenses. Like the POV switching the tenses get muddled up in places with present tense and past tense combined.
Enough to make me wince at times but again not enough to put me off turning the page. Dialogue: Some of the dialogue is pretty damn good.
The characters come across very well with dialogue alone without the need to add: " The weird thing I noticed is that Haywood has a knack for writing a lot of dialogue without paying enough attention to how people actually speak.
For example, one character might say "He is dead But when every character speaks like this it doesn't read right. More so in tense, action scenes.
In a life or death situation I'd be caught off guard, and likely killed by zombies if I noticed everyone around me said things like: "They have killed him" and "We have got to get out here" and "You do not understand.
Paying attention to dialogue can make a huge difference to a reader feeling a book was okay and easily forgettable rather than fantastic and memorable.
Thankfully there are loads of good points that still make this a memorable one for me. Initially Haywood wrote it in 7 individual parts so I'm very grateful to have read the entire thing in one go.
And I'll be grabbing the next set very soon, I think the story currently goes to day 10 at the time of writing this review. Howie and Dave: A brilliant partnership and friendship grows between these two.
Howie, a supermarket manager and Dave, an ex-special forces guy. Their interactions alone drive the story along, the way they grow to need, respect and protect one another.
Their dialogue ranges from witty and smirk raising to sombre and tearful in places. Their journey is the main highlight for me.
There were times when I feared for them, and that doesn't happen very often when I'm reading a book - Dark Tower by Stephen King, the bit with Eddie Dean, if you're a fan, you'll know what I'm talking about - that was tearful and scary.
I found plenty of subtle facets to their friendship that kept me turning page after page until well after my bedtime alarm had gone off.
The Recruits: Slight negative one here - I found the new army recruits TA I think, perhaps ability to learn and master weapons and combat techniques a little too easy.
That aside there are plenty of interesting characters to get your teeth into, just the right amount of description too.
Occasionally I'd find myself flipping back a few pages when a name is mentioned, thinking "er, who's this guy who's just died? The banter between them is well paced and flows beautifully for the most part.
Lots of quick retorts, put-downs etc that build characters in the imagination machine inside your noodle. Aside from the easy ability to master army stuff, the journey of the recruits coming from wet-behind-the-ears lads to an organised and hardened team is thoroughly enjoyable.
The impact of this is felt close to the end of the story. The Plague: The idea of telling parts of a zombie story from the POV of the virus is a stroke of excellence.
I don't recall coming across that concept before, though I dare say it's been done before, but then hasn't everything?
The plague's journey is every bit as enjoyable and essential as each of the other characters. It's refreshing to see this side of a zombie story, how a plague thinks, how it uses humans as hosts, how it learns and evolves, creating a hive mind spread across the globe.
A nice twist I wasn't expecting, though as mentioned before told in clunky manner. At times I felt guilty for quietly rooting for the plague because it too wanted to survive.
Just once I wanted to see it win, though to be fair that would make for a pessimistic plot twist. However, I suspect not entirely a bad one if done well.
Scale: Zombie apocalypse plots are rooted in a global event of human downfall. Anyone who's read World War Z or seen the movie trailer yeah, I know, but I'm still going to see it anyway will expect epic scenes of thousands or millions of undead swarming or shuffling after those few survivors.
Haywood starts small with a handful of creatures in a quiet suburban street. He ups the pace by a few degrees at a time, moving to a supermarket bloodbath, to a country village, city, army barracks, London and more.
The size of the zombie hordes increases at a good rate though I was very aware that Howie and his army also increased their skills and abilities to deal with the ever increasing numbers.
I felt this was somewhat unrealistic but the alternative was to kill the main characters off quick because they're not Rambo clones but normal people.
And that's not a recipe for successful heroic last stands and pitched battles is it? Last Stand: It goes without saying that many zombie plots need a last stand.
Whether that's against a small or large horde. Without giving too much away this one had me reading fast and furious.
I'm not joking when I looked at my clock to find it was 3am, groaned because I had to be up at 6 and then kept on reading.
In the end I had to put it down but only after promising myself I'd finish it the moment I got home the next evening. The only gripe I had was the obviousness of a last stand pretty much in the first 20 pages or so, mentioned in a radio broadcast that Howie hears in the car.
After that it's obvious that last stand is coming. In one way that's sort of bad because you know it's going to happen and more or less where.
It puts a dull sheen on the "oh man, what the hell's going to happen next? On the other hand it sure was something to look forward to and watch to see which character wasn't going to make it there.
Final Thoughts: Putting aside the bad points, this was a hugely enjoyable read. It's a long one too with lots of action and struggle to get your apocalyptic taste buds into.
I could go on about the good points, but I'll leave it there to preserve the fun for potential readers.
I consider that very good value for money. What I did notice is that Haywood seems to have matured as a writer during the process of creating this story.
The latter parts, days 4 onwards, are considerably better written than the early parts. I like that. Haywood clearly enjoyed writing this story, enough to continue after day 7.
I think if I met him I'd shake his hand and say: "Well done, fella, you had a story to tell and told it very well. Keep writing and I'll keep reading.Die Charaktere ziehen den geneigten Leser in Ihren Bann und lassen ihn erst wieder los, wenn er mit dem Pg Golf durch ist. I mean, you're not Passwort Pokerstars Jenny geriet Tripico dessen Visier. Friend Reviews. Luckily I have created an all new Bosch Universe listing. To see what your friends thought of Order Of Merit Dart book, please sign up. This is a really entertaining Zombie story that demonstrates the excellent quality of independent authors out Stargames Geld Auszahlen. Though it started off being quite intense, and suited the story well, eventually it felt gimmicky and it just didn't sit well with me. Edit Did You Know? External Sites. Jul 09, Kevtm rated it did not like it. Officer in 32 Red Room Robert Jozinovic User Reviews.