Death Day

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Death Clock Have you ever asked yourself 'when will I die?' use our advanced life expectancy calculator to accurately predict your death date and receive your own death countdown clock. If you're in for a uick fast paced and dirty horror novel from the 80s this is your stuff While cropping some shrubs at the local cemetery of a small town somewhere in Britain a labourer finds a golden medallion with a black magic history In the evening this character feels unwell and turns into something inhuman He turns agains his wife and daughter Day by day and people are getting murdered The police force is feeling helpless What is causing the people to disappear and who murdered the victims? Then a supernatural suspicion proves true Can Lambert the police inspector get rid of the evil creatures and defy the evil mastermind from the past? Take the book and find out This is a book of hard action black magic humans transformed into powerful zombies explicit sex has to be hasn't it and grim violence Highly enjoyable Classic Hutson So i first read this book when i was 13 and had it confiscated by the music teacher Wasn’t suitable reading for teenagers apparentlyI do remember it being a bit gory and a few sex scenes I’m sure the best line in the book is “He impaled her on his rampant member” or something like that It amused me as a teen so when i saw this book in a charity shop i didn’t hesitate i purchased straight awayIt isn’t as gory or as pornographic as i remembered but it still made me smile and i really did enjoy it It’s never going to be classed as a modern classic but it is easy to read its got a bit of everything murder gore sex romance and the living dead 😉I was uite happy sat in bed with 1 of the cats Tim and Birdie sharing a good cup of tea reading this book when all of a sudden the bird went completely crazy Wings out tail feathers fanned out screaming in sheer terror Took me awhile to work out what had upset her so much but it was the photo of Shaun Hutson on the back coverShe is absolutely terrified of him Not sure if it was the big 80’s hair or the sunglasses but she was happy and content as long as she didn’t get a glimpse of the rear coverSorry Shaun not sure what she would make of a recent photo but i think i should find out 🙂Very strange bird bless her but i wouldn’t have her any other waySo my advice if you are bored and at a loose end give the book a read and if your parrot freaks out at it please let me knowHave a good nightDebs and Birdie Deathday was first published back in 1986 under Hutson's pseudonym Robert Neville The novel was his one and only to use his Robert Neville pseudonym The story is another fast paced ride through a splatterpunk fest It uses various ideas and inspiration from a number of his earlier novels which proves to be somewhat of a disappointment for any Hutson fan The storyline is a simple one with the most cliched characters and obvious twists Packed with vivid depictions of gore and extreme violence the book is a standard style of offering from Shaun Yet the storyline has some ridiculous elements to it that do ruin the novel For example the police are confronted by what they believe to be a lunatic who claims the dead are coming back to life They decide that instead of locking the chap up they'll lend him enough heavy weaponry to euip a small armyjust in case he's telling the truth Firstly since when have the police had such weaponry at their disposal and secondlyas if But putting the comical elements to the plot aside the whole storyline is predictable and tedious Not one of his better works My favourite Shaun Hutson book I've re read this one countless times Exciting plot relatable characters even though many don't last long which is typical of this author and every scene keeps you turning the pages The enemies are formidable ruthless and almost unstoppable; as a result certain elements do seem a little far fetched For example the British police loading up with all manner of firearms and letting loose on the monsters terrorising the town Still this is a work of fiction and it's the promise of messy fun that has always attracted me to these books Brutal and bloodthirsty fans will not be disappointed ‘Death Day’ is about an ordinary town which is soon plagued by rampant murders after a workman discovers a mysterious amulet buried in a graveyard Meanwhile Inspector Lambert is having a hard time moving on from his brother’s death but finds a somewhat welcome distraction in the form of investigating the widespread brutalityThis is my first Shaun Hutson book and it truly didn’t disappoint Right from the beginning Hutson’s writing style is appealing as it is simple providing adeuate details and descriptions to keep the reader hooked The third person narrative worked very well here because the reader is able to find out what exactly other characters are facing while the transitions to Lambert are smooth As a result the story flows perfectly and the tense morbid atmosphere is conveyed effectively without the need to go over the topThe deaths were certainly gory but the author’s main focus was on the fear of the unknown and this made the book into than just the average slasher tale Instead there’s plenty of history and background given regarding the evil amulet I personally thought that the explanation could have been better and not so simply straightforward but this didn’t detract from my enjoyment of the story Lambert was a decent protagonist who was realistic – one who was grieving yet committed to resolving the series of bizarre massacresAlthough the whole police versus the villains bit was overblown and to a certain extent unbelievable and dragged on for a little too long it was never boring There were tons of action which kept the story interesting I was really surprised that those creatures never view spoilerattacked Mr Trefoile since they did pursue Burton and Debbie hide spoiler I cut my teeth on Stephen King and James Herbert I saw this in a second hand shop and it looked to be in a similar vein so I picked it up Personally I like my horror fiction to be slightly 'believable' This book is set in a small English town small enough to only have 9 policemen with a 12 storey block of flats ? The inspector in charge of the station is 22 22 ? Really ? When he goes to the divisional command to ask for help he is refused so asks instead for guns for which none of his officers have been trained and what do they do ? Basically help him to load up his boot Typically eighties throw in a bit of sex every forty or fifty pages to capture the teenaged boy market a liberal dusting of zombies then leave the book open for a seuel I don't know if there was one I don't care I wouldn't read it Glad it was cheap Dodgy bloke digs up a centuries old corpse in back of a churchyard and takes a medallion off a corpse with disastrous effects The man starts to have headaches and temper changes Soon he kills his family and starts the ball rolling The dead start to walk and kill to add to there numbers It's up to a young police inspector and his small group of officers to put a stop to the massacre Shotguns mass amounts of petrol and a lot of blood followThis was a great book Nicely paced Bursts of sex and violence to spice things up When the dead are found the action really heats up Shaun Hutson knows how to keep you glued to the pages A thoroughly enjoyable fast paced thrillerhorror with some great twists and turns that will keep you guessing This story will potentially haunt you for days and nights afterwards especially if you have a fear of being buried alive at all There are a few weaker moments with regard to character and plot but as this is one of Shaun's first books these should and can be forgiven Again flew through this oneShaun Hutson seems to enjoy pitting members of the police against something horrificIn this tale a sleepy village is overrun by the undead after an amulet is uncovered close toa local cemetary Gruesome as always one of Hutson's early novels Death Day is an easy to read fast paced horror story There are no surprises and no new ground broken but for what it is it works fine As the 2 star rating says it was okay Undemanding horror fans who like old fashioned examples of pulp fiction will probably enjoy it

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  • Death Day
  • Shaun Hutson
  • 14 September 2016
  • 9780491032865