Clickers Vs Zombies Paperback – 23 Oct 2012
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I had been waiting on this book coming out since I first heard about it and started reading it as soon as it arrived. I'm not too sure if my expectations were too high but I found the book quite slow paced at the start and was a bit surprised by this. The slow start aside though I absolutely loved this book. The action does pick up and there is plenty of it. Zombies vs Humans, Humans vs Clickers and Clickers vs Zombies.
If you know the work of these authors you will see a lot of characters that you know in this story but in the true fashion of Brian's Labyrinth mythology they aren't always the same as you knew them (for new readers the Labyrinth mythology is basically like string theory. Same characters in another version of earth).
I really started to enjoy the story and seeing some old characters I knew so well re-appearing. I love both the Clickers and Rising series and hope we see more from both. As I said earlier I really recommend starting at the beginning of both series but I can't see anyone not enjoying this book.
Oh. One more thing. There is a section of the book where one of the Black Lodge agents reads some pages from their training manual which lets us know a little more about the Labyrinth. I loved this bit.
Set in a parallel word where Justin bebier is a black metal artist and some characters from other books pop up in different realities. But enough about them, the zombies are back and this time they have to contend with the clickers. Really enjoyed the gore just a pity it had to end. Thanks messers Gonzalez and Keene glad I was wrong about this book
The plot is fairly straight forward, the crab-like Clickers start pouring onto the beaches and devouring anyone who stand in their way after being disturbed by an underwater earthquake - yet shortly afterwards Ob and the Siqqusim start their own invasion from the void; and start inhabiting the bodies or dead humans, animals, birds and even Clickers. Leading to a battle between the Clickers and Ob's zombies with humanity stuck in the middle.
It's also worth noting that this book is set on a different version of Earth than the other books; so although you may recognise past characters they are essentially different people. This adds an extra element as if you have read the previous books it's nice when you do see a familiar face. The book also gives you a better insight into the mysterious Black Lodge group who pop up fighting evil in many of Keene's other books.
Although the book starts off a little slow the action picks up quickly enough with plenty of action and death. A must read for anyone who has read the past books; and still a very good read for those who are yet to try them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another top class horror from two masters of the genre.
Amazingly enjoyable and a very welcome addition to both of their catalogues!
This did not grab me as much as previous Clicker books. It is more episodic than the others and does not have a solid story line that runs all the way through. Read morePublished on 20 Feb. 2013 by technophile
GORY AND VIOLENT , JUST WHAT I REQUIRE IN A BOOK
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