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Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel (Dead of Night Series) ePub download

by Jonathan Maberry

  • Author: Jonathan Maberry
  • ISBN: 031255219X
  • ISBN13: 978-0312552190
  • ePub: 1112 kb | FB2: 1544 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; Original edition (October 25, 2011)
  • Pages: 368
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 464
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Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel (Dead of Night Series) ePub download

Series/Book Dead of night/1. Length totally insane (300 pages or more). Price Free with audible membership. As with any Maberry novel you are in it for the long haul with a great payoff

Series/Book Dead of night/1. Genre Horror/Zombies. As with any Maberry novel you are in it for the long haul with a great payoff. I have read several of his books and always keep coming back for more.

In the publication of ‘Dead of Night’, Jonathan Maberry succeeds again in providing a Zombie novel that is not crippled by generations of genre dogma. Others are also participating in the uncrippling of the genre, (D. Wellington, . Browne, M. Brooks) helping drive a resurrection to a dying and over saturated If you put all cultural Zombie dogma together and made a box, we would all be mewling puppies inside said box with Maberry using a nail gun to give us breathing holes to avoid suffocation.

Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel - Book 1. A prison doctor injects a condemned serial killer with a formula . A prison doctor injects a condemned serial killer with a formula designed to keep his consciousness awake while his body rots in the grave. But all drugs have unforeseen side-effects. FALL OF NIGHT, the nail-biting sequel to DEAD OF NIGHT, picks up where the first novel left off-on a wild chase for an infected madman and the missing scientist who gave him new "un"-life. Chilling, gory, and hair-raisingly scary.

Dead of Night is a series of zombie apocalypse novels by best-selling horror author Jonathan Maberry. The series is set in Pennsylvania in fictional Stebbins County and features some overlapping characters from Maberry's Joe Ledger Series, among his other books. Dead of Night (2011). Fall of Night (2014). Dark of Night (2016).

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He knew that he was dead. And that terrified him more than anything. Jonathan maberry series: A Joe Ledger Novel. More than the man on the gurney. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Fall of Night, Maberry's nail-biting sequel to Dead of Night, picks up where the first novel left off-on a wild goose chase for a madman and the missing scientist who gave him new "un"-life. My experience has been that books in a series tend to fall off or weaken after the first one or, which I feel is even worse, there is no conclusion to any major plot points in the first book and that.

A Zombie Novel Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Patient Zero, the Pine Deep Trilogy.

Dead of Night Series (Volume 1). Jonathan Maberry. St. Martin's Griffin. Maberry grounds the story with scientific confidence, spares no attention to detail, and presents the undead as more than faceless targets. Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Patient Zero, the Pine Deep Trilogy, The Wolfman, Zombie CSU and They Bite. His work for Marvel Comics includes the Punisher, Wolverine, DoomWar, Marvel Zombie Return and Black Panther. His Joe Ledger series has been optioned for TV by Sony Pictures.

A prison doctor injects a condemned serial killer with a formula designed to keep his consciousness awake while his body rots in the grave. But all drugs have unforeseen side-effects. Before he could be buried, the killer wakes up. Hungry. Infected. Contagious. This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang…but a bite.

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Book Specs

Title/Author
Dead of Night/J.Maberry

Series/Book #
Dead of night/1

Length
totally insane (300 pages or more)

Price
Free with audible membership

Genre
Horror/Zombies

Review may contain spoilers, read with caution
I listened to this twice before reviewing. As with any Maberry novel you are in it for the long haul with a great payoff. I have read several of his books and always keep coming back for more.

There is no way I can give a character break down but the most notable ones are Dez(Des), Billy Trout, Goat, Homer Gibbon, Lee Hartnip, and a mad scientist to round it off.

With the zombie genre being saturated into the mainstream by all means available. I am grateful when authors take the time to flesh out characters in novels for readers that still enjoy books as a way to feed their zombie addiction. Most nights I listened to this with my eyes closed and pictured the characters struggling with their situation and wondering, “What the hell would I do.”

Kudos to narrator William Dufris. I am a fairly new audio book fan and I have only heard female narrators of high quality. I will be looking for more of his narration in the future.

Scare Tactics
5= "Saw" a "Hostel" and got "Cabin Fever"

Overall Rating
5/5

Overall Rating description
5- Loved it- would re-read this book, would read another book by this author, well written, entertaining, emotional, well developed characters, thought provoking
Pemand
About thirty pages into the book, I found myself on Amazon already ordering the second book to the series. Johnathan Maberry has quickly become one of my favorite authors, especially when it comes to zombie tales. He take on a zombie apocalypse is genius and so very different from what others have imagined. I won't give any secrets away, just suffice it to say that if you love zombies, pick up this book. The characters are all flawed but so very loveable. Even the worst of the worst, the protagonist if you will, will easily charm you with her biting words and fierce loyalty to her townspeople. And his writing style is so friendly and engaging, but extremely intelligent as well. It's like you've got your oldest college buddy sitting next to you in a bar, throwing his hands around animatedly, telling you this amazing story.

Also, FYI, if you know the horror author Kealean Patrick Burke, you'll be delighted to find he makes a cameo in this work of fiction.
Mitynarit
A new take on what it means to be a zombie. I love Maberry's books, including the Rot & Ruin series. This book (and the next two in this series) takes place before the events of that series and shows how that zombie apocalypse began. A scientist creates a formula that mimics death; leaves the mind intact with no ability to control the body. The idea is to inject a serial killer with the formula at his execution. Once the killer is buried, his mind would wake up and he would feel all the pain of decomposition - an extreme torture. Of course, things don't go as planned and the world gradually goes to hell.
In the end, the question is this:
Would you destroy an entire town of innocent people to prevent the end of the world?
Pooker
If Jonathan Maberry was a freakshow entertainer, he'd be juggling eight snapping zombie heads while cross-stepping up a series of razor-sharp swords, dodging a blind knife thrower. At least that's the impression you get of his talent when reading "Dead of Night." Maberry carefully weaves together a multitude of plots and subplots to create an amazingly refreshing zombie apocalyse, complete with walking dead displaying a sense of consciousness. It's fascinating to catch a glipse of what a zombie is thinking in the shuffling, moaning, quest for living flesh! To learn how our government is involved and then reacts to this disaster in a small Pennsylvania town is almost more chilling than the zombie outbreak itself. Heroes Dez and JT, two local cops forced to face the unbelievable fact that their friends and co-workers are quickly changing into walking nightmares bonds them to readers quickly. That the horror only deepens and becomes even more incredible takes readers down a road rarely, if ever imagined, but before the novel is over, characters and readers alike are left gasping from both the experiences and the truth. But Maberry isn't satisfied to end there. Just when it appears he's woven together one of the most suspenseful novels I've read, a final knife flies from that blind knife thrower of the freakshow. Hearts race once again, but this time, the knife stops in mid-air and we're left with the knowledge that the world doesn't end with a bang, but a bite, a single bite we never see coming.
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