Moon ePub download

by James Herbert

  • Author: James Herbert
  • ISBN: 0517562782
  • ISBN13: 978-0517562789
  • ePub: 1103 kb | FB2: 1690 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Random House Value Publishing (August 20, 1986)
  • Pages: 272
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 411
  • Format: rtf docx rtf doc
Moon ePub download

No mor. His fist was raised as he approached and the boy cowered beneath the bedsheets. Outside, the full moon was clear-edged and pure against the deep blackness of the night. 1. At last she was dead.

No mor. Where there had been terror, there was now only emptiness. Those of a fish on an iced slab. Her body dormant, the final spasm exhausted, the final gasp silenced.

I read some James Herbert books as a teenager, and quite liked them. I mean, of course I did: the library had only a limited collection of horror, and his were one of the most gory ones there. Then, too many years later, I found this in the university library's "giving away for free" shelf. So of course I had to take it, because FREE BOOKS! And then it sat in my shelf for several years waiting for its moment.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The nightmare begins before you sleep He had fled from the terrors of his past, finding refuge in the quietness of the island. For a time he lived in peaceâ?”until the sightings began.

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James Herbert's Moon follows Jonathan, who fled from the terrors of his past, finding refuge in the quietness of the island. And for a time he lived in peace. especially on a moonlight night. Books by James Herbert.

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James John Herbert, OBE (8 April 1943 – 20 March 2013) was an English horror writer. A full-time writer, he also designed his own book covers and publicity. Born in London, Herbert was the son of Herbert Herbert, a stall-holder at London's Brick Lane Market.

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Jon Childes, a man whose mind is possessed by pure evil and who commits brutal acts of murder during the full moon, discovers a way to stop the nightmare
It is not bad. Again, as it seems Herbert's custom, the hero has a girlfriend - so too much pages wasted on their relationship etc. I wonder if this romance/sex mixer was fashionable in 70s - the older cinema seems to have suffered it too.
However, I saw a comment that The Fog was much better, and I disagree with it - this one is better. The Fog was too SLOW, and it was totally non-supernatural.
Having read "The Fog", an absolutely terrific book by this author, I looked forward to reading this one. I am sorry to say that this book does not even begin to compare to "The Fog", a book that is superior in every way to this effort.
The plot is simple. A schoolteacher, Jonathan Childes, has certain psychic abilities over which he has little control. He can apparently meld his mind with that of a sadistic killer. Unfortunately for him, this killer is aware of Childes' mental intrusion and deduces who and where Childes is.
Some tension is created by having Childes become a suspect in a series of murders of which Childes is aware due to his mind meld with the actual killer. His knowledge is a double edged sword. The killer then decides to bring his handiwork a little too close to home for Childes' tastes, and the plot thickens.
This book is mildly entertaining at best, as the tension does not really hold up. Moreover, the ending is somewhat ridiculous and disappointing, reminiscent of a promise unfulfilled. The author is certainly capable of better. If one is looking for a book of unrelenting horror, then this is not the book for which one is looking. It is more of a murder mystery with supernatural overtones, and a somewhat mediocre one, at that.
James Herbert, up to his usual standards, creates an atmosphere that is chilling and desperately dangerous. It's so difficult to put this book stumbles on a word or sentence that compels a person to continue on to the next page...the next chapter. The protagonist tries to escape his own psychic abilities, but finds a connection to a devious killer who is gory and sadistic, and who can sense our hero's intrusion. Sooner or later, the two must meet when the killer hones in on the unwelcome intruder, and hunts him down.
Good rainy night read...a Herbert read not to be missed
An outstanding read from beginning to end. Brilliantly written. Touching, frightening and thoroughly enjoyable. Pity we won't see any more from this author.
My wife loves this book. She had a copy of it before but somehow got lost so I surprised her with James Herbert's Moon.
Very good horror that was reality-great!
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