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Excellent spin on conventional horror I don't normally read alot of horror books, but I am so glad I gave this book a chance. Seasick was so clever. It had me hooked from the beginning. It was so refreshing to read something a bit different from normal zombie books. The other 2 main books were equally as good and I read on in eager anticipation feeling I was living all the drama with the characters of the book. I really hope that someday we can find out what happened after Anna, Garfield and co le Excellent spin on conventional horror I don't normally read alot of horror books, but I am so glad I gave this book a chance.
I really hope that someday we can find out what happened after Anna, Garfield and co left the pier. There is also bonus books which are all worth the read too! The peeling is truly horrific! I can't wait to read more books from this author. Give this book a go, you won't be sorry. Jul 14, Charity Nowlan rated it it was amazing. Entertaining read I really enjoyed the storyline of these books. It has a Walking Dead vibe to it - what I mean is in the sense of exploring the reaction of humanity with survivor relationships.
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The dead are more of a nuisance; people are the real threat. Iain writes a great story and no character is safe. Feb 25, Krisaundra rated it it was amazing. This set of books is a fantastic example of a series of novels that are not only great reads as individual stories but also tie together to tell a much larger, even better tale! Despite a couple books I simply couldn't get into can't please everyone all the time Aug 17, Liz rated it it was amazing. Insanely good I think Iain Rob Wright is my new favourite author as I have so far loved everything I have read and having the books all together in a trilogy is a bonus ,there was also an extra short story called The Peeling as an added extra,no wonder my dreams are starting to be very weird ,I urge everyone to read his books ,you won't be disappointed.
Aug 07, roxanna m stucy rated it it was ok. Proofreading desperately needed The proofreading is so bad that I barely made it through these books. It's not a bad story but the writing is awkward so along with the errors it just took from being able to enjoy the story. May 24, Amy rated it it was amazing. Very exciting and hard to put down! I fell in love with the characters and seeing how they survive. I love post apocalyptic books and this series definitely does not let down! Good story line and awesome writing!
Apr 26, oonagh rickard rated it it was amazing. Gripping Really enjoyed the storytelling and all the different characters. No one was safe, loved the unpredictability. Some more stories please. Feb 13, Vix rated it it was amazing. Ravage No slow introduction here, wham and you are straight into the snotty, blood soaked gore. Assuming you are not new to zombie horror you will recognise and wince at all the sneezing, finger kissing and bottle sharing. The story is split into three parts, you are introduced to various people and watch as c Ravage No slow introduction here, wham and you are straight into the snotty, blood soaked gore.
The story is split into three parts, you are introduced to various people and watch as circumstance, zombies and plain human idiocy rip them to pieces. IRW does not shy away from the gore factor but gives you enough of the day to day running of post apocalypse to be, in itself, horrifying. The links to his other books is nothing short of genius if you think SK does a good job wait till you see the intricate web IRW weaves!
I thought the ending epilogue chapters were what really made the story stand out and unique for me. The trail and spread of destruction was reminiscent of SK The Stand but it had such a human element attached you feel yourself shudder at the implications of your own daily life. As for the final paragraphs Their journey from there to here is never fully explained which is a shame as they have both clearly become changed characters and also have a bond between them.
Garfield, is the new enigmatic wanderer who forages for supplies but has found his salvation in Poppy a child with an awful past. A bit repetitive and the PoVs were a bit off occasionally in my opinion. Damien seemed to swing between personas with no real moral compass which was really irritating as though he found himself in Housemates.
Not one of my favourite IRW books which is a real shame as he is tying up all the loose ends of his characters, even the Seasick novel only makes a very brief, albeit, clever appearance. I got a bit annoyed at the army break in situation, what was with all the hidden weapons, surely they would have been frisked by trained army men!! There are some very sad and dramatic deaths.
The occasional humour moments were really laugh out loud and unexpected. If IRWs intention was to wrap up this set of characters he sort of did but I felt, there is more to this story and really wanted a definitive ending. All that negative stuff said, it was a gripping read and as always IRW treats you to complex story lines that demand your attention, the gore is plenty and the plot is hard hitting. Seasick Another brilliant story by the great IRW and as usual wonderfully presented! That cover alone gives me the creeps Not sure I will ever go on a cruise again!
The attention to detail of the ship coupled with the well-rounded characters, gives you a sense of "being there" which is really not good when Hell follows you on board! The great interspersed plot lines give a real sense of depth to the characters; IRW has an amazing knack of bringing in characters you have already read about in his other novels and showing you a completely different side to them.
Dec 18, Mrs Ann Harrison rated it it was amazing. Sep 06, Alisa rated it really liked it Shelves: Wright does not disappoint.
Characters are not just one dimensional, simply fleeing from zombies. You get to know and like them. Have a bunch more of his books downloaded. Feb 17, Demaris Kruszka rated it it was amazing. GREAT book, be ready to stay up longer at night or going to work exhausted. Jen-Maya Kober rated it it was amazing Jun 06, Alan Watje rated it really liked it Dec 18, Jackie rated it really liked it Mar 24, Diane rated it really liked it Apr 11, Apr 19, Pamellia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Another wonderful story fill with interesting believable characters.
I didn't want to put this one down until I finished. A different kind of apocalyptic story.
Jul 19, Daphne rated it liked it Shelves: It's easy to get bored with time loop books, and I'm sure they are hard to write well. I'm still just starting to get into adventure and horror type books after mostly just listening and reading non-fiction history and science, so maybe I'm not yet jaded, but I really enjoyed the ride this book took me on. It was action packed throughout, and the character development with the MC was just right for this It's easy to get bored with time loop books, and I'm sure they are hard to write well.
It was action packed throughout, and the character development with the MC was just right for this sort of genre. The ending was great. It had closure, but also left open the possibility that Wright could write a wonderful sequel. All of Patterson's are acceptably believable with different intonations and inflections to be able to tell them apart without being distracting. He has a very masculine voice, and he doesn't try to over do his females and sound silly - it's understated just enough to be noticeably a female without going over the top.
I he got the main character spot on, and I always have enjoyed his narrations - this one is no different. I received an audio copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review from audiobookblast. Feb 09, Sylv. Oh boy I was not disappointed, I was hooked right from the start. There was no holding back with the horror, he virtually hit the reader as soon as you start reading. Sea Sick is is very well written, you got to know each character, and with each click of the kindle button, you got to know them even better.
Yes there were some errors within the book but to be honest, even the top authors have been known to have errors, and you read Having just finished reading Asbo, I thought I would try Sea Sick. Yes there were some errors within the book but to be honest, even the top authors have been known to have errors, and you read over these as the storyline was good enough not to worry about them.
One thing though, reading it during the winter when you are more susceptible, so glad I didn't develop a cold ;. I am totally hooked on Iain's writing and cannot wait to read another of his books. One disappointment though and only one, it was over way too quickly, wanted to read more. I'm not sure what I make of this novel; it was a weird amalgamation of '28 Days Later' meets 'Triangle' and 'Ghost Ship', all brought about by a bit of a deadly flu virus. The story itself was an okay read, though one couldn't help but draw parallels between it and the aforementioned films.
It was nice that a short back-story chapter for a few of the peripheral characters was included at the end too. A spattering of very careless errors did detract a little, for me, from the main story; 'dozens o I'm not sure what I make of this novel; it was a weird amalgamation of '28 Days Later' meets 'Triangle' and 'Ghost Ship', all brought about by a bit of a deadly flu virus. A spattering of very careless errors did detract a little, for me, from the main story; 'dozens of woman and children' was noticed in several cases cut and paste with error included?
A passable read, something to while away a few hours with, but nothing to get too excited about in my opinion. Sep 23, Lorraine Versini rated it really liked it. Great read, kept me going right up until the end, despite me getting a bit confused with the time thing.
Interesting mixture of zombies, diseases, dark powers, time travel and suspense. Really felt for Jack, for being caught in this "trap". And funnily enough, as a reader, you kind of feel the same as you go through the days, you're hoping that it will get Great read, kept me going right up until the end, despite me getting a bit confused with the time thing.
And funnily enough, as a reader, you kind of feel the same as you go through the days, you're hoping that it will get to end as well, and you're looking forward to it too! I thought the end would be what it is, but couldn't help reading to see if there would be another way. Liked the little twist though: I'd definitely read more from this writer.
Might give it a bump Mar 12, M. Roos rated it it was amazing. Was not expecting this at all. I was totally surprised and ecstatic to read a new version of a classic and Iain Rob Wright hit this one out of the park. This is the book to read if you adore zombies and even more so if you don't.
Ian Rob Wright is a definite new favourite author. He creates a tale, tells it well, and leaves you wanting more. Loved the characters and it was nice to see the reappearance of a few old friends from ASBO. Dec 02, Jack rated it it was amazing. It's like "Groundhog Day" aboard a ship with Zombies and a virus. Our hero, a cop, must unravel what's happening on a cruise ship and save the world. Pretty good idea and the author pulls it off. Now I know how to handle this situation! Mar 09, Sheridan Lee rated it it was amazing. This isn't Sparknotes go read the book! It's free for Kindle!
Oct 25, Bryan Alaspa rated it really liked it. A super-fast read that really entertains. It combines zombies, terrorism and an element of Groundhog Day into one terrifying and entertaining tale. It also sets up his novel Ravage beautifully. Oct 21, Misti rated it did not like it. I was hoping for a quick entertaining zombie story after the last book I read that took 7 days to slog through!
Well, it was quick but not very entertaining. I thought it had potential, but it was a bit sloppy. It felt like it had been written very quickly, and there were quite a few grammatical and spelling errors to try and ignore. At least it was free! I thought I was going to read a fun, yet trashy zombie novel. Turned out I was only half-right!
Sea Sick is fast paced, immensly entertaining, yet clever story. It made me go: O" at the first reset and kept me fairly intrigued all the way. I salute Wright's marketing tactic. It worked like a charm on little old moi - downloaded this one as a freebie, bought 4 more while I read it: May 18, Sandy rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. It's Groundhog Day meets 28 Days Later - on a cruise ship. I really liked the concept and the unfolding of the mystery of what was happening and why. I also liked the fact that things got started pretty quickly. But I really had trouble believing that Jack was a good cop at all since he seemed to not really be able to figure anything out forever and trusted the wrong people often taking them at face value which made no sense to me.
I had several problems with the book and would give 2. I just I didn't even have a sense of what Jack even looked like except that he was "an older guy. Donavan seemed like he could have been a more interesting character but then just seemed like a stereotype of what an American would be - a gun-toting cowboy with an accent. My second big problem was the ending. I kind of saw where the ending was going and how it had to end but with some of the explanation of the "bigger picture" can't say more without giving it away , it just seemed pointless and was a letdown.
The grammatical and other errors were also distracting; however, the mystery kept me interested. Donavan is supposed to be like Jack, free from the spell because it didn't reach the cargo hold where he was staying. So, like Jack, he dies and comes back. But if that's true, then how come when Donavan is killed by someone else in the cargo hold, he stays dead? He should've come back the next day like he has before. Now, one could argue that because Donavan was killed in the cargo hold, he stayed dead because the spell didn't extend to the hold.
But Jack came back as before. HUGE plot hole that couldn't be reconciled. I probably could've let that go if the ending wasn't so futile. Blow up the ship but doesn't matter because virus is being spread elsewhere. Feb 13, Bogdan rated it really liked it Shelves: Very nice, nice ideea indeed. Good mix by the way. This was something totally new for me as a fan of zombie fiction. A fast and addictive read! And do not forget the bad ass romanian gir Whhoaaa!!
And do not forget the bad ass romanian girl, a member of the navy crew! Nov 09, Lexa Cain rated it it was amazing Shelves: From that point on marks a thrilling ride with surprises at every turn. How would you react if all your warnings went unheeded and everyone kept dying? Jack runs the gamut of emotions and even gives up for a while. But his detective instincts kick back in and he uncovers the cause of the virus and the villains involved. This is a thrilling read, and I loved every minute of it. Sep 15, Vix rated it it was amazing. Another brilliant story by the great IRW and as usual wonderfully presented!
Not sure I will ever go on a cruise again! The attention to detail of the ship coupled with the well rounded characters, gives you a sense of "being there" which is really not good when Hell follows you on board! The great interspersed plot lines give a real sense of depth to the characters; IRW has an amazing knack of bringing in characters you have already read about in his other no Another brilliant story by the great IRW and as usual wonderfully presented! The great interspersed plot lines give a real sense of depth to the characters; IRW has an amazing knack of bringing in characters you have already read about in his other novels, showing you a completely different side to them.
A fantastic twist on the zompoc, a bit of thriller thrown in for good measure, for those that love a sting in the tale you wont be disappointed; the sense of isolation and foreverness really got me! As for the other reviewer comment re being made into a film Jun 05, Janey rated it it was amazing. Another book that I read in one day. From the beginning, you know this is going to be a good book simply by the opening scene, which pulls you in.
Ravage (Ravaged World Trilogy, #2) by Iain Rob Wright
Jack is a cop with a tortured past that is sent on a cruise to take some time out. When he begins to note that many of the passengers are coming down with a 'cold', he thinks nothing of it. Until they turn into zombies. Then he wakes up at the same time Groundhog Day like, only in th Another book that I read in one day. Groundhog Day like, only in that it resets the same day. A very clever series of intriguing events that span over time cause this well-written novel to shine well and truly above many others of it's kind.
From well thought out characters and scenarios, it will keep you guessing until the very end.
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Iain Rob Wright has been added to my list of authors to watch out for based on this one book alone. Oct 29, Mike rated it liked it. First off, Sea Sick is not really a zombie novel. There are zombies in it, but they are certainly not the focus of the book as the description would suggest. That said, this book is an interesting mix of 28 Days Later, 12 Monkeys, Groundhog's Day, and a murder mystery.
While this sounds like a bit of a goofy combination, the author manages to pull it off with a straight face. The book is not perfect, the characters are a bit thin, the premise is very different than the book description would lead First off, Sea Sick is not really a zombie novel. The book is not perfect, the characters are a bit thin, the premise is very different than the book description would lead a buyer to believe, and at times seems like the book should have been made a bit longer.
Regardless, the book is an entertaining read, and a surprising twist on a zombie story. Recommended for those interested in something different, but accessible. Dec 07, Sarah-Jayne Briggs rated it really liked it Shelves: This review may contain spoilers. I did like this book. The idea of living a day over and over again or a day being reset might not be very unique and the idea of zombies might not be, either. But the way it was handled and the explanation given was quite interesting.
I didn't like the main character very much at first, but he did grow on me eventually. I figured out who the pathwalker was pretty quickly.
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I have to say that I would have liked to see exactly who was responsible for the virus an This review may contain spoilers. I have to say that I would have liked to see exactly who was responsible for the virus and see them get their comeuppance. The book ended in probably the only way it could have done - but it was that ending that made the book three stars for me.