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The Scream of Feyer: hitching a ride with a suicide bomber by [Kaye, Steve Hammond]
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About the Author

Steve Hammond Kaye is a UK based author who has written two novels, Thirty Four Minutes Dead (TFMD) and the sequel, The Scream of Feyer. He started writing TFMD in 1990 and concluded the said novel in 1998. It was originally published via a now defunct online publisher between the years 2001 - 2008 where it rose to a top 11 place in their best sellers list.

Steve has also written erotica content for many high-end printed and online magazines and enjoys incorporating these elements along with avant-garde violence, horror and techno-thriller elements within his novels.

Overall, Steves' style is to pitch for the bottom end of a discerning audience marketplace, but it may also hold the interest of sections in the 'mass' readership. The choreographed style of violence and 'obsessive' treatment of sexual parameters, seek to gratify both types of potential audiences. his novels are definitely not a pulp construction.

Steve was a AS Film Studies Lecturer in the South of England and now enjoys writing, spending time with his family, supporting his beloved Queens Park Rangers and walking his two Black Pumas along the beautiful sandy beaches of the Isle of Wight, UK. You can find out more and information on future releases by visiting his website, www.steve-h-kaye.co.uk.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 478 KB
  • Print Length: 178 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Standard Cut Media (9 Jun. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DBEO5J4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #829,716 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Having read the first book of this series, Thirty Four Minutes Dead, I was both excited and curious to start reading, The Scream of Feyer. I would say that I was mainly curious as I had been warned that I might find certain chapters hard to read, specifically from a female perceptive.

This was a gripping sequel that I could not out down. There was a lot more sex and violence throughout this book, however it was the right amount that added to plot. This was a very insightful view/read at how the world changed and developed twelve years after the discovery of the memory camera.

This engrossing sequel contains strong and vibrant characters, with lots of twists that merge together to make some truly great moments. Together these aspects create what can only be described as a dystopian nightmare.

As well as Thirty Four Minutes Dead, this would make a riveting TV series. I am looking forward to the third instalment of this trilogy to see what happens next.
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A gripping sequel to 34 minutes dead. Again I couldn't put it down. The only problem is it's a little short, as I finished it I wanted more. I guess I'll have to wait for the final instalment which hopefully will be this year.
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By David on 26 Jun. 2013
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Having read the first novel I couldn't wait to read the sequel The Scream of Feyer. The book takes you on an apocalyptical journey through the eyes of the lead heroine, Feyer and her struggle to overcome the new world created from the actions of prerogative three. Continuing from the first novel the book puts you straight into the action of a world very much different to to that thirty four minutes dead! If you loved TFMD then be sure to read the scream of feyer!
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Having read the author's first book of the series, Thirty Four Minutes Dead, I was initially quite wary of tackling Feyer as I had been warned I may find certain elements hard to stomach. Eventually curiosity got the better of me and I was eager to delve back in to the dystopian world that the author so vividly paints. If TFMD was enjoyable, this second installment is on another level. Technically a novella, Feyer is gripping from cover to cover. The graphically violent scenes are indeed stomach churning at times and I physically winced on a few occasions but the imagery is so powerful and essential in conveying just how far society has decayed in the time that has passed between the two books. I enjoyed the author's choice of architectural setting, specifically in one scene where the action takes place in one of the once revolutionary Pruitt-Egoe style concrete housing blocks of the 50's. It is the perfect example of how man's search for a utopian ideal can actually create a dystopian nightmare, drawing parallels with the MC Project that we first met all those years ago in TFMD. It is these subtleties that are are so intricately woven through the text that showcase the author's finesse for painting such a vivid backdrop to the plot, with layer upon layer of detail to slowly peel back and dissect in order to fully appreciate the complexity of the author's style. A very enjoyable read that left me wanting more. Bring on the third installment!
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Anyone who likes this genre will love The Scream of Feyer. Its got everything you'd want and the ending was surprisingly good! Well worth the in-depth build up.

Anything that could make it better? Maybe a sequel!?
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This no holds barred sequel to 34 Minutes Dead certainly pulls no punches, and is not for the squeamish or prude. Taking a full throttle action based gear shift it has taken the story into the realms of a nihilistic journey, but one where we are kept hanging by a thread for that light at the end of the tunnel. Pure evil rears its ugly head, and we are left to hope that some humanity left in the world that can selflessly proceed to take the bull by the horns. The author cleverly projects his visual imagery into our minds, just as the MC-Project would love to remove it. This book is a must for the fans of the first instalment, and leaves us ready for the next.
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