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Resident Evil: Apocalypse Mass Market Paperback – 4 Oct 2004

3.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; Film tie-in edition edition (4 Oct. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743493494
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743493499
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 2.3 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,295 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Keith R.A. Decandido is a top genre author whose tie-in novels for Pocket include several Star Trek titles across all series as well as Buffy the Vampire Slayer novelizations. He is also known for his Star Trek: The Next Generation comicbook miniseries Perchance to Dream, and is the editor of several science-fiction and fantasy anthologies.


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This is Keith DeCandido's second movie adaptation of the movie franchise. These novelizations run parallel to SD Perry's books though not in direct competition. Neither series acknowledges the other. DeCandido's books are well-developed and better written than SD Perry's, the noticeable difference being the level of maturity and articulation in the text. SD Perry's books seem aimed for less mature readers.

The story picks up immediately after the finale of Resident Evil Genesis, leaving Alice standing ready with an RCPD issue shotgun ready to take on whatever the T-Virus infected populace of Raccoon City can throw at her. Following the movie fairly closely, Jill Valentine drops by RCPD headquarters, wastes a handful of hand-cuffed zombies and departs for the city limits - only to be prevented from doing so by the security lockdown at Raven's Gate Bridge. Terry Morales, ex-Racoon 7 News Anchor (now relegated to weathergirl) appears in the church in the centre of the city - along with the street hustler `LJ' after a run-in with the Nemesis Super Soldier. In a particularly well-written part of the novel's earlier chapters; Angela Ashford (daughter of Charles Ashford - Chief T-Virus Designer) is driven at high speeds through Racoon City's streets in a frantic convoy of Umbrella Security Division's Hi-tech SUV's. In a frightening collision with a haulage truck whose driver has already succumbed, the SUV convoy is completely trashed - Angie Ashford the only survivor. Segments such as this illustrate the benefits of movie novelizations; that unfilmed yet interesting scenes can be fed easily into the story that a film might not always have time for. A movie such as Resident Evil Apocalypse, the film-makers know, has no business being any longer than 90 minutes.
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DeCandido's novel does a good job of filling in the blanks and plotholes that otherwise plagued the script. One notable instance is the back story behind Jill's suspension, basically stating the the Hive wasn't the first viral outbreak near Raccoon City. DeCandido keeps the pace going and delivers on a fun, fast paced book.
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Being a huge fan of resident evil and a massive collector i am proud to say that this book is the best one to date and really kept me happy! ( but thats my opinion ) when i started reading this i couldent stop thinking about the film and i kept saying ohhh yeahh i remember that bit thats when jills says ...... !!!
if you enjoy reading or you enjoyed the resident evil films or games i can honestly say BUY THIS BOOK!!
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The book was only OK. Liked the detail that went into it but was disappointed of the ending, I thought there was a part where Alice killed Angela Ashford unless that's in the next one. Yet overall, a good read for Horror Enthusiasts.
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Keith DeCandido was a good author as I can see. The way he novilize the movie is fair enough... But it has the same story line from Paul Anderson's movie.... and It definitely sucks... It's ruining the essense of RESIDENT EVIL.... it has nothing to do with the real plot line. At first, when I read this book, i said to my self... WHOAH! i think it's great... but the fact of the matter is.... the story sucks, lame and all.... Though he has decribe the character more broadly (like the character of Jill being in the spencer estate before and all), he also changes the history of some other game characters like for example, Carlos (carlos was a born spanish guy, and was raised in spain, not in TEXAS!). This is not to be read my a Resident Evil fan... But if you're into sci fi or anything (or don't care of the real plot of the series). Then you should buy this one. I gave it a 2 stars though
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