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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Gollancz; 2012 edition (13 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0575084731
  • ISBN-13: 978-0575084735
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.3 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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David Moody's Hater is a brutal, eerie, and hugely entertaining novel that grips you with its grim and nihilistic attitude from page one.--Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award--winning author, on Hater

"David Moody spins paranoia into a deliciously dark new direction." --"Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero"

"In what is fast becoming an oversaturted genre, Hater stands head and shoulders above most other offerings. A brilliantly paced, constructed and written piece of work...Moody has provided us with a brilliant piece of storytelling. Read this book now" --"SciFi Now"

"A head-spinning thrill ride . . . "Hater" will haunt you long after you read the last page." --"Guillermo Del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy, on Hater"

"Be careful with "Hater." Chapter by chapter it will make its way into your soul till it finds the seed of evil that lurks within." --"J.A. Bayona, director of The Orphanage, on Hater"

"Powerful and well-written." --"S. M. Stirling, author of Dies the Fire, on Hater"

"David Moody's Hater is a brutal, eerie, and hugely entertaining novel that grips you with its grim and nihilistic attitude from page one." --Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award--winning author, on Hater

"Lean, relentless, and terrifying." --"Kirkus Reviews on Dog Blood"

"If "Hater" gives you nightmares, "Dog Blood" will rewire your brain." --"Bookreporter.com on Dog Blood"

"Gory and relentlessly tense." --"Publishers Weekly on Dog Blood"

"Moody is an inarguably talented author, and "Dog Blood" further cements his reputation as one of the best horror authors of the new decade." --"Bloody-Disgusting.com on Dog Blood"

David Moody spins paranoia into a deliciously dark new direction. "Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero"

In what is fast becoming an oversaturted genre, Hater stands head and shoulders above most other offerings. A brilliantly paced, constructed and written piece of work...Moody has provided us with a brilliant piece of storytelling. Read this book now "SciFi Now"

A head-spinning thrill ride . . . "Hater" will haunt you long after you read the last page. "Guillermo Del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy, on Hater"

Be careful with "Hater." Chapter by chapter it will make its way into your soul till it finds the seed of evil that lurks within. "J.A. Bayona, director of The Orphanage, on Hater"

Powerful and well-written. "S. M. Stirling, author of Dies the Fire, on Hater"

David Moody s Hater is a brutal, eerie, and hugely entertaining novel that grips you with its grim and nihilistic attitude from page one. Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award--winning author, on Hater

Lean, relentless, and terrifying. "Kirkus Reviews on Dog Blood"

If "Hater" gives you nightmares, "Dog Blood" will rewire your brain. "Bookreporter.com on Dog Blood"

Gory and relentlessly tense. "Publishers Weekly on Dog Blood"

Moody is an inarguably talented author, and "Dog Blood" further cements his reputation as one of the best horror authors of the new decade. "Bloody-Disgusting.com on Dog Blood""

"David Moody spins paranoia into a deliciously dark new direction." --Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero

"In what is fast becoming an oversaturted genre, Hater stands head and shoulders above most other offerings. A brilliantly paced, constructed and written piece of work...Moody has provided us with a brilliant piece of storytelling. Read this book now" --SciFi Now

"A head-spinning thrill ride . . . Hater will haunt you long after you read the last page." --Guillermo Del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy, on Hater

"Be careful with Hater. Chapter by chapter it will make its way into your soul till it finds the seed of evil that lurks within." --J.A. Bayona, director of The Orphanage, on Hater

"Powerful and well-written." --S. M. Stirling, author of Dies the Fire, on Hater

"David Moody's Hater is a brutal, eerie, and hugely entertaining novel that grips you with its grim and nihilistic attitude from page one." --Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award--winning author, on Hater

"Lean, relentless, and terrifying." --Kirkus Reviews on Dog Blood

"If Hater gives you nightmares, Dog Blood will rewire your brain." --Bookreporter.com on Dog Blood

"Gory and relentlessly tense." --Publishers Weekly on Dog Blood

"Moody is an inarguably talented author, and Dog Blood further cements his reputation as one of the best horror authors of the new decade." --Bloody-Disgusting.com on Dog Blood

--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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The human race has been torn apart, and now the war is reaching its end. There is only one question: will it be Them or Us?

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After reading the first two books I was apprehensive about reading the last, 'Them or Us' as I thought it may have been rushed but boy, was I wrong! I loved the first two but this book is the best of the lot in my opinion. The world has been completely devastated by war, starvation and radiation. David Moody sets a bleak scene and we follow the anti-hero Danny McCoyne once again as he struggles to survive in a post apocalyptic nightmare. I love David Moody's writing style. We always know what Danny is feeling and thinking and he does this very well. In most of the first two books, Danny is consumed by the 'Hate' but now, as he has learned to control it, he has also begun to thik more clearly. He is faced with some tough choices and I really began to root for him. This is an excellent end to the trilogy and I firmly believe that David Moody is the best post-apocalyptic author out there after both his 'Autumn' and 'Hater' series.
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Oh wow this is part of a trilogy and all I cam say is wow, it's a totally unique take on a "zombie" apocalyptic novel and I thoroughly enjoyed, wad constantly surprised and didn't guess the ending!
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My son bought me Dog Blood, not realising it was the middle of a trilogy. I put the other two on my kindle and read all three on my recent holiday. Although it has been labelled as a zombie story, it is not but does not lose anything for that. A good refreshing take on the usual kind of horror offering in that I found I wasn't clear about who was really the bad guy here. As the title says, Them or Us? In all, a good, fast paced story with an, on the surface, unlikeable anti hero. However, I found myself rooting for him despite his obvious failings.
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Im not a fan of zombie books but I absolutely loved this trilogy. It's not your usual zombies! Was sad to put the last book down.
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Due to an entirely unforeseeable delay that was no fault of my own (the dog getting a hold of and mauling the Amazon package!), it took me a couple of extra days to get started on Them or Us, the third and final chapter in the Hater trilogy from British author David Moody.

I'd like to start with a caveat; if you're thinking about reading this book, don't consider it until you've taken in the first two books in the series, Hater and Dog Blood. Although I'd imagine Them or Us would be an enjoyable enough book without having read its predecessors, I'd suggest that the reader's experience and appreciation of events will be greatly enhanced by taking some time and reading the books as the author intended. Speaking of taking some time, as with other works I have read from the same author, time has been taken to fully develop Them or Us and sees the Hater world that Moody has created in full flourish as a nightmarish vision of a dystopian Britain, where the Unchanged are all but gone. The author has been criticised for not creating a more succinct tale but I am of the opinion that such censure is unwarranted, since the natural progression of proceedings is a key factor within the Hater storyline.

The bleak setting of society struggling to survive in the aftermath of a massive genocidal war and contending with the fallout of nuclear weapons is the perfect backdrop for the storyline that the author reveals and is frighteningly different from where proceedings started with Hater. If I were to attempt to compare Them or Us to anything, I'd say it was like Mad Max meets Cormac McCarthy's The Road but with a distinctly British flavour.

There's plenty here to sate the gorehounds out there too.
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For me, `Them or Us', the third and final instalment in the `Hater' series was the best book by far in the trilogy.

For those of you that have not read the previous two books, the premise is simple. In `Haters', the world has suddenly split into two groups of people. The `Unchanged' are the majority of the population who have, unsurprisingly, not experienced any changes. Then there are the `Haters'. There is no way of working out who may turn into a `Hater'. Just imagine one moment you're plodding along as content as can be, the next moment you have this uncontrollable urge to kill the person walking past you in the street. Inexplicably, you just know who is a fellow `Hater' and who is the `Unchanged' that must be eradicated.

Moody is the master of slow building tension. In the first book, as you witness the worlds population slowly start to fall apart it is almost painful to read, as Moody focuses on the mundaneness of the lead character's life interspersed with shocking scenes of violence and the tension just increases throughout until you get to the shocking finale which is truly, `jaw drop' worthy.

The second book, `Dog Blood' details the build up and inevitable conclusion between the `Haters' and the `Unchanged', whilst the two groups are fairly evenly matched, the `Unchanged' by their larger population, the Haters due to their unflinching ferocity towards the `Unchanged'. Due to the stepping stones Moody put in place in book one in terms of character building, the events that unfold in book two are all the more heart wrenching and your jaw is now touching the floor as you race through the closing chapters.
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