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R Haywood. Haywood was born in Birmingham, England and has spent most of his life on the picturesque south coast. He has had a strong passion for reading books as long as he can remember.
One of his favorite genres he writes in the Post- Apocalyptic fiction. Haywood began the publication of The Undead series in when The Undead Day One was published, since then more than 20 novels have been published.
The story introduces a Howie, a shy year night time supermarket manager who leads a very dull life when the reports of a sudden outbreak and violence in Eastern Europe are reported on all TV screens.
People scream, run by, with wounds on their necks, faces bleeding with ears and noses ripped away. The cops fire handguns into crowds of bystanders and more police are deployed.
Howie is forced to fight his way out of the affected town and pick up survival skills, think fast and avoid his undead neighbors as well as his fellow country people and most importantly find his mother, father, and sister.
We first see him watch the television and then with stunning realization find him looking out of the supermarket window, people are randomly being chased, others getting killed and thus the night of horrors begins.
There is nothing yet about how these zombies were created if it was a lab experiment that went wrong if it was a virus or a patient zero.
The story picks up where the first book ended. Also, watch this one MSTified and you'll appreciate it even more. Although I may be mad, but I cannot say Prime Video has you covered this holiday season with movies for the family.
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External Reviews. Trivia Most scenes were shot in only one or two takes due to the budget. Goofs Officer Harrison fires 14 rounds out of a six-shot revolver.
Quotes Marion : They can smell us. They want to feed off us. Crazy Credits "The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are fictitious.
Any similarity to actual persons, living or living dead, is purely coincidential. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.
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Language: English. Budget: AUD1,, estimated. Runtime: min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. 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. The ability to hook the reader and keep them wanting more. I know I do. View all 6 comments.
Jul 09, Kevtm rated it did not like it. Absolutely hated it, and this comes from someone with a huge weakness for zombie novels. The dialogue is just terrible.
As a test, drink a shot every time the protagonist calls someone 'mate'. Wake up on the floor covered in urine and realise that you've only finished one chapter.
I won't even discuss the 'plot'. Jan 23, Josh Hogan rated it did not like it. I'm up to day 6 and I can't read any more.
This book is bad. How are there so many 5 star reviews? I keep waiting for it to get better, and I've finally given up hope that it will. There are so many things wrong with it, maybe too many to mention, but I'll give it a try.
Until halfway through it is really a man's story, specifically that of everyman 'Howie' and his macho buddies as they fight and swear and joke their way through an army of zombies.
Our I'm up to day 6 and I can't read any more. Our first encounter with any female comes early on when Howie finds one zombified in a nightclub.
Although she's clearly undead and dangerous, Howie's first instinct is to reach out and try and touch one of her breasts because she's currently chained up, I guess, and therefore easy meat for a man who probably hasn't had many encounters with women up til now.
The next encounter comes on a farm where they find an undead family that includes an overweight girl. Howie and his macho friend Dave taunt and poke fun at her until they finally give in and kill her.
Soon after that, we meet a female police sergeant alive who is portrayed as officious and rude - because women in authority always are, I suppose - and she doesn't even wear make up!
At the halfway point we finally meet Howie's sister, a living breathing woman who isn't annoying or meek or stupid - but even then, her whole purpose in life is to be rescued by Howie, she can't just leave the place where she's trapped like he did and fight for herself.
Maybe her prospects improve later on or maybe we meet other women who are able to look after themselves in the later books.
I'm no longer willing to plough on and wait for that to happen. We're meant to root for this guy who somehow ends up leading a pack of soldiers through the undead hordes, yet I can't find anything to like about him.
Apart from his aforementioned difficulties with women he is arrogant and judgmental of everyone. Example: when talking about the prophets of doom in a former life who used to annoy him so much, he comes out with this belter: "Are they feeling self righteous and pious, walking round their communes, patting each other on the back?
Maybe one of them even started it? They're just mentalists, no funda about it. The book is peppered with narrow little opinions like this, which lead me to suspect the author has an axe to grind.
I get that a zombie thriller where the lead character gets killed early on wouldn't be much of a thriller. But even my credulity was stretched on day 5 when they manage to escape from a confined space surrounded by thousands of human and rat zombies all baying for their blood.
One wonders why the rest of the human race couldn't similarly defy the odds and stage a resistance to this epidemic. I imagine these kinds of characters appeal to certain types of men, uninteresting men who secretly wish they could be heroes.
Despite being surrounded on all sides by murderous zombies, Howie and his friends still find time for juvenile displays of machismo, cracking puerile homophobic jokes about each other.
Is the writer's masculinity so threatened he has to write this kind of story to make up for it? There are plenty of other flaws to discuss like, why are there so many typos in the Kindle version , but I won't go on.
I strongly suspected from the beginning that this book wasn't written for a reader like me, but I persevered for a long time, hoping against hope that something would turn around eventually.
Sadly it never did. View 1 comment. Aug 19, Ian rated it did not like it. Despite being a huge fan of classic old zombie movies and thoroughly enjoying The Walking Dead comic and TV series I've never felt compelled to try out zombie fiction.
Due to the tremendous amount of five star reviews I thought I'd give this a go. It's terrible. I've no idea what the intended age range is, I'd probably have loved it in my mid teens, but as a forty something adult I'm looking for a lot more plot.
Well, any plot would be nice. I've given up on it a quarter of the way through, the Despite being a huge fan of classic old zombie movies and thoroughly enjoying The Walking Dead comic and TV series I've never felt compelled to try out zombie fiction.
I've given up on it a quarter of the way through, the story really hasn't progressed anywhere, endless scenes of the main and pretty much only character moving from one zombie action scene to another.
At one point half a page is given over to a descriptive passage of him taking a shit. When another character is finally introduced, and I hope for some meaningful interaction, he's virtually mute.
The writing style is perfunctory at best, often juvenile. Nothing happens, just repetitive action scenes. I hate to write such a negative review but this was truly dreadful.
View all 4 comments. Superb story Best post apocalyptic zombie book that I have ever read. Protagonists that are flawed but driven, beautifully told story from start to finish.
Apr 04, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: humour , zombie , apocalyptic , horror , action-adventure , faves. It isn't often I give a book a five star rating, but this was so genuinely fun to read that I couldn't help myself.
This is a collection of the first seven books in an ongoing serial, which I didn't realize when I bought the book.
I was happy about it, though - YAY! By far, the most amazing part of this book is the relationship between Howie and Dave. Utterly believable but utterly unique at the same time.
A close second is Howie's evolution through the book, which isn't It isn't often I give a book a five star rating, but this was so genuinely fun to read that I couldn't help myself.
A close second is Howie's evolution through the book, which isn't so much evolution as refinement. It was quite a departure, and a welcome one, from the usual "rough and ready" alpha male action hero that you usually find in a zombie tale.
Then there's the supporting cast. What a great group of folks - whether they were good or bad, they were all interesting and individual. This is pretty non-stop action - usually that bores me, but in this case it was gripping and I had a hard time putting it down.
Now to get my hot little hands on the rest of them. Apr 21, David Nelson rated it liked it. More like a 3. So I keep reading that Haywood is an 'amateur writer', something which I never quite get my head around as by now he's got about 20 published books.
You gain the following benefits while transformed:. You can transform a number of times equal to your proficiency bonus, and you regain all expended uses when you finish a long rest.
The appearance of your Form of Dread reflects some aspect of your patron. For example, your form could be a shroud of shadows forming the crown and robes of your lich patron, or your face might transform into bat-like features due to your vampire patron.
In addition, when you hit a creature with an attack and roll damage against the creature, you can replace the damage type with necrotic damage.
While you are using your Form of Dread, you can roll one additional damage die when determining the necrotic damage the target takes.
Beginning at 10th level, Your connection to undeath and necrotic energy now saturates your body. You have resistance to necrotic damage.