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Renegades Audio Download – Unabridged

4.3 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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  • Audio Download
  • Listening Length: 12 hours and 5 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 24 Dec. 2013
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HE6B8X6
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Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
As usual with SH earlier books this one is a great book from start to finish, the story never lets up, great characters. SH Isn't afraid to shock the reader, just when you think you know what's coming next or where the story line is heading he hits you like a smack in the face with the unexpected, I loved this book, highly recommended to anyone who likes thriller, horror or a mixture of both, if you like RENEGADES you might like RELICS, different characters but great classic SH, what have you got to lose?
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I recently revisited Renegades thanks to a bargain priced Kindle edition - and wish I hadn't. As a teenager reading Hutson was something of a rite of passage; you built up to Hutson after Herbert whetted your appetite for full blooded horror. But, whereas James Herbert grew into a more rounded author, Shaun Hutson continued to pump out the same old splatter well past its peak.
Someone once said that reading one of these books is like reading an autopsy and I can't disagree. Although Renegades isn't as graphic as Assassins it's still pretty grim, but the cold, almost robotic, descriptions of what happens when a human head is hit by a hollow point bullet at point blank range are dull and repetitive. By the third or fourth time I read about "grey matter splattering the wall" and "skull fragments" flying off in various directions I'd become inured to the mental image it conjured up.
It doesn't help that Renegades' central plot line - about the unification of Ireland - has been overtaken by events. The epilogue some readers found so chilling is straight from the pages of an EC comic and, in particular, very reminiscent of the 'Wish You Were Here' episode from the Amicus anthology movie, Tales From The Crypt.
The final nail in the coffin (ahem) was the poor standard of proofing throughout the Kindle edition. Who thought 'burn mark' should read 'bum mark'?
Sorry, but Renegades struck a bum note for me from start to finish.
For real British scares try anything by Ramsey Campbell.
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Format: Paperback
This book is brilliant, xtremely hard to put down, the characters and plot are very good, the descriptive writing is of very high standard, although the story line is completely out there, it is a welcome break from any else. I read this book years ago, and since have read it many times again. Brilliant!
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to slow for my tastes and a sort of anticlimatic ending. just my opinion but (SPOILER ALERT) i would have had the demon make the main character... well lets just say give the guy the gift of the demon instead
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Another excellent book by Shaun Hutson, plenty of thrills and horror with the I R A and a creature called Baron in a stained glass window and a counter terrorist called Sean Doyle, this book just drips blood and Gore from the first page to the last.
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Sean Doyle - A true anti hero for the times. In this book every thing is touched upon from the usual horror staple of blood, gore and ancient evil to the modern horror of the troubles in Northern Ireland. This book was the start point of Hutsons most popular character Sean Doyle who Heas now featured in four novels and Hutson is supposed to be penning a fifth. Wether you are new to Hutson or a fan debating this book then buy and enjoy the ride.
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By A Customer on 8 Sept. 2000
Format: Paperback
This was an interesting book, I have not read Shaun Hutson b4 and it was a change from what I usually read. But it was deffinatley a change for the better. It was confusing though as I had to keep looking back on the book to see who had been killed and when But I am sure it is aimed at people who are older than me. I surprised at how it came together at the end, and the epilogue was the best. I am definaley gonna read more of Shaun's books in the future.
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Format: Paperback
Back cover synopsis: Immortality - the ultimate secret. David and Laura Callahan, like others before them throughout the ages, will stop at nothing in their perverted quest for it. But for Callahan, a multi-millionaire gun-runner, eternal life has never looked less likely: he is being hunted both by a renegade group of hired killers and by two British counter-terrorists. And nobody knows who hired the killers - or why...

In a race against time, a trail of violence and terror leads from a desecrated church in France, to London, and on to strife-torn Ireland where modern terrorism battles against ancient powers and a terrible secret is revealed. A long-forgotten secret that will threaten the lives and souls of those involved. And when the final confrontation comes, the living will envy the dead...

After this book, I read every Hutson novel I could find - knockout!
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