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by Graham Masterton | Literature & Fiction
Registered by wingbook_drunkardwing of Osgood, Indiana USA on 5/21/2017
Average 6 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by GoryDetails): travelling

This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

2 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wingbook_drunkardwing from Osgood, Indiana USA on Sunday, May 21, 2017

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Summary from back cover:

A horrifying story, a deadly prophecy ...

Oceans are infested, beaches turn black, cities reek with poisonous pollution. The entire eastern seaboard of the United States has been sealed off - all those attempting to flee the contaminated zones will be shot!

As men, women and children murder and loot in a world gone mad, one man and his daughter struggle to survive. The bond of love between them strengthens and grows as they fight desperately to keep their fragile hold on hope - and life.

Father and daughter - caught in a terrifying world ravaged by an unknown, virulent, super-plague. Will an antidote be found... in time?  

Journal Entry 2 by wingbook_drunkardwing at Osgood, Indiana USA on Sunday, May 21, 2017

6 out of 10

Yes, this book is over-the-top silly and unrealistic but I have to admit that I enjoyed smirking my way through it anyway.

Side note - I've decided that I want a car from the 1970s.
Can you imagine driving from Miami to NYC and never once having to stop for gas? ... Snicker! 

Journal Entry 3 by wingbook_drunkardwing at Otherworldly Bookbox, Bookbox -- Controlled Releases on Friday, June 02, 2017

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Released 1 yr ago (6/2/2017 UTC) at Otherworldly Bookbox, Bookbox -- Controlled Releases


Off on a trip in the Otherworldly Bookbox. 

Journal Entry 4 by wingGoryDetailswing at Nashua, New Hampshire USA on Friday, July 14, 2017

6 out of 10

I'm claiming this from the Otherworldly Bookbox - looks like an entertaining end-of-the-world thriller, especially if the over-the-top blurbs on the cover are anything to go by!

Later: this definitely has a "disaster movie" vibe to it - a cast of diverse characters, for each of whom I could almost see some B-list actor being chosen, with a couple of bigger names as headliners. Plenty of action - not always believable, but generally fast-paced - and some character-relationship twists that were mildly interesting, even if they generally ended with one or more of the parties meeting a grisly end {wry grin}.

The climax of the story is the wildly over-the-top escape-attempt from a skyscraper beset with hordes of rats - and, again, it was very cinematic; I could see the special-effects team at work even as I read. Very few people escaped (surprise, surprise), and then... Well, I admit I rather liked the bleak conclusion, however abrupt it felt after the preceding events.

Why *isn't* this a movie? A reasonable screenplay could take care of the flaws and plotholes, and some of those set pieces would be awesome on screen. Ah, well!  

Journal Entry 5 by wingGoryDetailswing at Little Free Library, Kearsarge Way in Portsmouth, New Hampshire USA on Tuesday, August 08, 2017

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Released 10 mos ago (8/8/2017 UTC) at Little Free Library, Kearsarge Way in Portsmouth, New Hampshire USA


I left this book in the copper-penny-roofed LFL this afternoon; hope the finder enjoys it!

[See other recent releases in NH here.]

*** Released for the 2017 Keep Them Moving release challenge. ***

*** Released for the 2017 One Word Title release challenge. *** 

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