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  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Deadite Press (14 Feb. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936383438
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936383436
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.4 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Following on from first book, this is set a few months afterwards, which was a bit of a let down (there's a few flashbacks and comments) i would have love to have it expand more on it BUT, when the book gets going, it's moves into high gear, Blood and guts everywhere as the war with the Clickers and Dark ones start to invade the mainland

If you read the first book, pick this one up
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This is better than Clickers and that was a hell of a ride. Has more blood and guts than an abbatoir so whats not to enjoy and there are two more Clicker books to go. Roll on.
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By C J Duffy on 21 April 2013
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Excellent book by two powerhouses of horror!
Keene and Gonzalez excel!
Roll on Clickers 3 and Clickers vs Zombie!
Horror fiction doesn't get any better!
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By Petegrinder13 on 19 July 2014
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Gonzalez and Keene make a great team. As good as the first and I will be starting the third book soon!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A worthy sequel! 22 July 2011
By S. J. Belz - Published on
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Just finished Clickers II: The Next Wave and I was very impressed with the story all-around. I feel its strength lies in the B-story of the book. A religious president slowly being claimed by insanity, seems like a tactic that King would use.

Summary: So it is about a decade later after the events of Phillipsport, ME. We learn about the government doing its best to cover up the incident through various newspaper clippings. Then we are thrust to present day where a large hurricane is baffling meteorologists with its trajectory. Then the Clickers strike. Following the rules of a sequel, the Clickers are bigger, badder, and more pissed off. They strike at various points of the Eastern Seaboard. We meet the White House Cabinet and President Tyler. Tyler sees this as his opportunity to set the country onto the path of being Saved. The Clickers raise hell and are followed by The Dark Ones who are seeking revenge for being hunted by the military back in Phillipsport. Amongst the war breaking out is Colonel Livingston. He quickly takes control of the battle and he soon finds himself fighting a two-sided war. On one side are the deadly Clickers and the Dark Ones, but also a civil war between the followers of President Tyler.

This book is very character driven. The favorite of mine is President Tyler. He becomes unpredictable in his stead-fast plan to Save the country. The reader quickly grows to hate him and hence why I love him. His character evokes the most emotion out of all of the cast. Rick Sychek returns with his woeful tale of living underground from threat of government assassination. We learn that things did not turn out all that great for the survivors of Phillipsport. There are other characters that I enjoyed. Colonel Livingston started to become too cliched for my taste. Either way this is a great sequel and I cannot wait for Clickers III to be made available onto Kindle.

The best news of all is that Clickers vs. Zombies is currently in the works by both of the great authors.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Message Got In the Way of the Fun 7 May 2014
By C. A. Loewen - Published on
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I loved the first book in the trilogy. Easy 4 star review praising Gonzalez and Williams for a fun read for horror aficionados, but sadly Williams passed away some years ago due to cancer. It would have been interesting to see what the sequel to Clickers would have been like if the original pair had been able to continue.

Now don't get me wrong. I like Brian Keene. I read a lot of Keene and you can see a number of favorable reviews that I have given him, but the addition of Keene to the writing team for this series turned the book into a Message!

Now Keene writes deep stuff. You can see he uses the horror genre to wrestle with some serious questions: his Earthworm Gods series, Take the Long Way Home, Terminal ... his Labyrinth mythos alone makes Lovecraft's look amateur in comparison. Great stuff and it makes you think as well as entertain you!

But I think around the time of this writing, Keene was making his conversion to religious agnosticism and political libertarianism. The result is the story becomes a bully pulpit with an unrealistic scenario of the Religious Right allowing their arrogance to result in the death of millions of people through the events portrayed in the story. All the good guys in the story are atheists and agnostics because we all know that people of faith, especially Christians, are evil, knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing child molesters, right?

Bully pulpit literature is never any fun. However, if you are a firm believer that the Religious Right is the greatest enemy this world faces (even greater than the Clickers and the Dark Ones that star in this tale), then give this baby a 5-star review and have at it.

Personally, I was disappointed with the story.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Sometimes they come back 13 July 2011
By Zombie_Gunslinger - Published on
Format: Paperback
Like a really bad movie byline, the best way I can think of to describe "Clickers II: The Next Wave" is with the words "just when you thought they were dead, they come back."

Much like the first one, "Clickers II" follows the same slasher/horror formula of cheesy b-grade films. Back are the Clickers, the Dark Ones, Rick Sycheck, and the over the top, gore fest. Even another hurricane makes it's destructive appearance.

While there are many of the same elements here, "Clickers II" is a much better written book than the first one. The plot and characters are richer and more in-depth, and even if they are extremely cliched and unbelievable (just look at President Tyler and his insanity) they make a stronger and ore enjoyable reading experience. Also gone is the boring and repetitive language. I don't know if Mark Williams was responsible for the laziness of the first one but it's obvious bringing Brian Keene on board after Williams's passing was a smart and very successful venture.

Like "Clickers" before it, "Clickers II: The Next Wave" was far from a bestselling novel of greatness, but it was entertaining and easy to read. "Clickers III" and "Clickers vs Zombies" will defiantly be high on my reading wish list now.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Here they come again! 20 April 2012
By Frank R. Errington - Published on
Format: Paperback
Many times sequels don't measure up to the original, sometimes it's best to leave a successful book stand alone. I'm so glad that this is not the case here. Clickers, originally published in 1998, was such a fun read I never expected the follow-up to be as good, but honestly it was even more entertaining than the first installment.

This time, JF Gonzalez teamed up with the legendary Briane Keene. A match made in Horror Heaven or would it be more appropriate to say Horror Hell? The two writers compliment one another extremely well, bringing back those crab-lobster-scorpion things known as Clickers and their scaly conterparts, The Dark Ones. The Clickers are bigger and The Dark Ones are smarter. It's a number of years later and amidst another Category 5 Hurricane the action begins and the attack is fast, furious and much broader than before.

Colonel Augustus Livingston, retired, is called back to active duty. He was in Phillipsport, Me to lead the clean-up after the original invasion some years ago. I genuinely liked this character, he's fed up with bureaucracy, as many of us are, and gets to speak his mind and take action. Rick Sychek, who also survived the original attack (and has been living under an assumed identity ever since) is also back and brought into the middle of things despite his desire to be as far away fron the invasion as possible. The president of the U.S. is key to this story and I won't say more, because I don't want to spoil it for you. But, he's certainly memorable.

Clickers II: The Next Wave won't disappoint. It was just plain fun to read. I would certainly recommend you read Clickers first and there at 2 more books in the series. There are no cliff-hangers per se, so far the two stories compliment one another very well.

Clickers II: The Next Wave
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A fun read. 16 Jan. 2009
By Lesley Conner - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is a wonderful sequel to Clickers by JF Gonzalez and Mark Williams. It is over the top, terrifying death and destruction, and hilarious in an 80s, B movie kind of way. The most horrifying part was definitely the president, because people like him could come into power in our country. Now that is what nightmares are made of. JF Gonzalez and Brian Keene are an unstoppable force within the horror genre, and I can't wait for the third installment of Clickers.
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