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Resident Evil - Underworld Mass Market Paperback – 26 Oct 2012

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Product details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Titan Books (26 Oct. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1781161801
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781161807
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 294,035 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

S. D. Perry is the author of several tie-in novels to popular series such as Aliens, Alien vs. Predator, Star Trek and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Perry also wrote the movie novelizations for Timecop and Virus. She is the daughter of bestselling sci-fi author Steve Perry and lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two children.


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The original stories in this series to me are always more interesting because in the ones based on the games, you know exactly whats going to happen next, whereas in the originals you can take a pretty good guess, your not actually sure.
My main critism of this book is, however, when you think of Resident evil, the next thing you think of is zombies. In this book, there are none.
The zombies replacement are a few creatures that Perry has created and the hunters. The first one is a pterodactyl like bird, then comes the scorpians (which feature in RE:0) and then some goat-snake type thing. Perry seems to like dinosaurs as the main monster is a T-rex/tyrant type thing.
The good-guy characters that Perry created in Caliban Cove are beleivable and fit in well with the other characters such as leon and claire. Perry's bad guys, Griffin in Caliban Cove and Reston in this one, are not all that great though. They seemed typical cliche types, power hungry, insane etc and that was the main bad thing about the book.
Overall I think this book deserves 4 stars because it was enjoyable (although far too short).
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By Su TOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 Nov. 2012
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This is the 4th book in the Resident Evil series by SD Perry, once again this is a stand-alone story not based on any of the RE games.

Since "City of the Dead" Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield have hooked up with Dave Trapp and his team of S.T.A.R.S survivors. They were planning to go to Europe to help Chris Redfield and Barry Burton expose the truth about Umbrella. That was until the mysterious Trent turned up with a different plan.

Trent wants them to go to one of the other Umbrella facilities in Utah where they may be able to discover proof of Umbrella's illegal activities and so clear the STARS of any involvement in the Raccoon City disaster. This is something which the team are loathed to do. Trent sways them by telling them that the Utah facility has something that Chris needs to get the evidence on Umbrella.

As with "Caliban Cove)", the previous stand alone book, the best laid devices of STARS leader David Trapp never go to plan, and the team find themselves separated and in a desperate fight for survival against more of Umbrella's monstrous experimental creatures.

In the Epilogue we learn more about the man known as Trent, and some of his motives for helping (if that's the correct word) the S.T.A.R.S.

This is another good book in the RE series from SD Perry. I thought the introduction of more prehistoric DNA originated creatures was an interesting idea and possibly something that Umbrella might have been experimenting on.
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I must admit to being a giant fan of the Resident Evil series and was delighted with S.D. Perry's first three books. The fourth is no exception, with a gripping, action paction packed plotline. Sure, the formula is wearing a little thin, but why change it if it wasn't broken! The 'Planet' is a fascinating creation and introduces a load of cool new umbrella monstrosities for the team to battle. My only gripe is that the end...is a little disappointing and short lived - if anything, the book needed to be a few chapters longer. Still, for fans of the series, this is an excellent progression which I really enjoyed and heartily recommend to anyone. I just hope that S.D.Perry is planning to write some more in the series - how about a novelisation of the forthcoming Resident Evil 3 or a completely new story of the team's strike on the Umbrella Headquarters. I await them with baited breath...
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By Su TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Dec. 2010
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This is the 4th book in the Resident Evil series by SD Perry, once again this is a stand-alone story not based on any of the RE games.

Since "City of the Dead" Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield have hooked up with Dave Trapp and his team of S.T.A.R.S survivors. They were planning to go to Europe to help Chris Redfield and Barry Burton expose the truth about Umbrella. That was until the mysterious Trent turned up with a different plan.

Trent wants them to go to one of the other Umbrella facilities in Utah where they may be able to discover proof of Umbrella's illegal activities and so clear the STARS of any involvement in the Raccoon City disaster. This is something which the team are loathed to do. Trent sways them by telling them that the Utah facility has something that Chris needs to get the evidence on Umbrella.

As with Caliban Cove (Resident Evil), the previous stand alone book, the best laid devices of STARS leader David Trapp never go to plan, and the team find themselves separated and in a desperate fight for survival against more of Umbrella's monstrous experimental creatures.

In the Epilogue we learn more about the man known as Trent, and some of his motives for helping (if that's the correct word) the S.T.A.R.S.

This is another good book in the RE series from SD Perry. I thought the introduction of more prehistoric DNA originated creatures was an interesting idea and possibly something that Umbrella might have been experimenting on.
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The action and suspense it still there, but the plot is starting to become a bit "samey". Okay, the good guys (STARS and civilians this time) go to another secret Umbrella plant, directed by the mysterious Trent, kill and blow up some more Umbrella creations and get out in the nick of time. But, it was a good attempt, which finally sheds some light on Trent's involvement.
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