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eBook Oblivion ePub

by Jay R. Bonansinga

  • ISBN: 0333760832
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Jay R. Bonansinga
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan (November 24, 2000)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1828 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1724 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 362

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This was the first book I read by Jay Bonansinga. Bonansinga gives us an adrenalin-surged take on the familiar horrors dredged up years ago by Blatty and Matheson, with a book that manages to be more fun than both The Exorcist and Hell House

This was the first book I read by Jay Bonansinga. Bonansinga gives us an adrenalin-surged take on the familiar horrors dredged up years ago by Blatty and Matheson, with a book that manages to be more fun than both The Exorcist and Hell House.

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The zombie plague unleashes its horrors on the suburbs of Atlanta without warning, pitting the living against the dead.

Just Another Day at the Office reveals the never-before-known details of how Philip Blake (aka The Governor) took full control of Woodbury. In this exciting story that takes place between The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor and The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury, Philip unleashes his full fury on the previous leaders of the small walled-off town. The zombie plague unleashes its horrors on the suburbs of Atlanta without warning, pitting the living against the dead. Caught in the mass exodus, Lilly Caul struggles to survive in a series of ragtag encampments and improvised shelters.

Jay Bonansinga is an American writer and director

Jay Bonansinga is an American writer and director. He has written a number of fiction and non-fiction works, co-wrote the novels based on The Walking Dead comics series, including The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor (2011) and The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury (2012), among others. He also directed a short film, City of Men, and a feature film, Stash.

Bonansinga Jay. Год: 2011. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

He has written, directed, and produced for, Stash and City of Men. Jay has worked in both film writing (City of Men and Stash) and book writing.

Comments

Balhala Balhala
I was hooked on this book until the last quarter. At that point the book became repetitious and I found myself skipping pages. Way too much Catholic exorcism language from an alcoholic ex priest. He seemed to lose his incantations during the prayers and then would pick up after he spaced out or found some booze to keep him going. Boring. Sorry I wasted the couple of dollars to buy it.
Obong Obong
Like the main character, a priest, you don't initially know who he is going to dispel the spirit from. And once you do, things really get interesting.

This was the first book I read by Jay Bonansinga. He tells a great story, and I look forward to my next book by him. So, both the author and this book in particular are highly recommended!
Kiaile Kiaile
Wasn't sure what I was committing myself to reading, but found this to be an edge of your seat, can't put it down till you get to the end kind of page turner that I would highly recommend!
Danial Danial
It's a great book. If you don't like hair raising scary stories, don't read it. I love scary stories and this one takes the cake!
Nothing like you would predict happening. I enjoyed the histories and the emotions the characters experienced. Definitely a keeper!
Tinavio Tinavio
Jay has done it again with this book. I loved every minute of it and I can not wait until the next novel.
Doomwarden Doomwarden
I had just read "The Walking Dead: Rise of The Governor" and really liked it so I decided to pick up another book by Jay Bonansinga. Wow, was I disappointed. The writing was so repetitive I started to skim through chapters just to finish it and get to the ending. I should have stopped reading because the ending wasn't worth it. I wasn't just disappointed in the ending, I was appalled. I guess Bonansinga needs Robert Kirkman to guide him.
Mightsinger Mightsinger
The first quarter of this book was somewhat enjoyable, but it went straight downhill after that. It seemed like he wrote the same thing over and over with little variation. And he didn't need to constantly update us on the condition of his bowels - once was sufficient. I hated, hated, hated this book, and I regret the loss of time spent reading it. Sorry for the poor quality of this review - it's kind of like the book.
Bonansinga gives us an adrenalin-surged take on the familiar horrors dredged up years ago by Blatty and Matheson, with a book that manages to be more fun than both The Exorcist and Hell House.
This is demon-banishing for the Millenium, an MTV-style rapid-fire assualt on all of your senses, daring you to try and stop reading once you've picked up the book.
We follow the efforts of an ex-priest called upon to exorcise the most famous house on the planet, and supernatural mayhem and horror ensue.
And there's no way in hell that ANYONE will guess the ending.
If you're a fan of King, Koontz, Graham Masterton, F. Paul Wilson, Doug Clegg, or anything that makes you read with the doors locked, pick up a copy of Oblivion today.