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eBook Nightmare Asylum (Aliens) ePub

by Steve Perry

  • ISBN: 0553561588
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Steve Perry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Spectra (April 1, 1993)
  • ePub book: 1525 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1258 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 789

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Nightmare Asylum picks up immediately where Earth Hive ended. Wilks, Billie, and what remains of Bueller are headed back to Earth

Nightmare Asylum picks up immediately where Earth Hive ended. Wilks, Billie, and what remains of Bueller are headed back to Earth. Their previous encounter with a separate alien life form, one that possesses the power to effortlessly destroy Xenomorphs, will undoubtedly change the war for Earth.

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Aliens: Nightmare Asylum is the title of a sci-fi novel by Steve Perry, set in the fictional Alien movie universe. It is a sequel to Aliens: Earth Hive. The book was published by Bantam Books on April 1, 1993. Its plot, involving an insane military attempt to train aliens, is virtually identical to the 1985 film Day of the Dead. Wilks, Billie, and Bueller are the last survivors of a devastating assault on the aliens' home planet.

Aliens: Nightmare Asylum, also known as Aliens Book 2: Nightmare Asylum, is a 1993 novelization of the comic book series of the same name, written by Steve Perry and published by Bantam Spectra in the United States and Millennium in the United Kingdo.

Aliens: Nightmare Asylum, also known as Aliens Book 2: Nightmare Asylum, is a 1993 novelization of the comic book series of the same name, written by Steve Perry and published by Bantam Spectra in the United States and Millennium in the United Kingdom. A sequel to Aliens: Earth Hive, the book follows Sergeant Wilks and Billie as they encounter General Spears, a psychotic Colonial Marine commander seeking to "train" an army of controllable Xenomorphs to help retake an Earth ravaged by Alien infestation.

Nightmare Asylum Aliens - 02 Steve Perry 1 Outside in the dead vacuum of space there was no sound; but inside the robot ship, the steady drone of the gravity drives vibrated like a low note played on some.

Nightmare Asylum Aliens - 02 Steve Perry 1 Outside in the dead vacuum of space there was no sound; but inside the robot ship, the steady drone of the gravity drives vibrated like a low note played on some deep-throated musical instrument. It went through the flesh, to the bone; right to the soul; it had been there since the sleep chambers clamshelled up to expose their inhabitants to it.

Wilks, Billie, and Bueller were the last survivors of a devastating assault on the aliens home planet. Wilks, Billie, and Bueller were the last survivors of a devastating assault on the aliens' home planet. But once their retum to the solar system made them refugees once more, fleeing Earth and its alien infestation in a desperate attempt to stay alive. Now, in an otherwise unmanned military transport, they hurtle through space.

Wilks, Billie, and Bueller were the last survivors of a devastating assault. Aliens: Nightmare Asylum. Aliens (Bantam Books) by. Steve Perry.

Nightmare Asylum picks up immediately where Earth Hive ended.

Series: Aliens Series. Nightmare Asylum picks up immediately where Earth Hive ended. But first, they must survive the battle! For now, the aliens appear to have won the battle for Earth.

Электронная книга "The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume One (Earth Hive, Nightmare Asylum, The Female War)", Steve Perry, Stephani Perry

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Wilks, Billie, and Bueller were the last survivors of a devastating assault on the aliens' home planet.  But once their retum to the solar system made them refugees once more, fleeing Earth and its alien infestation in a desperate attempt to stay alive.  Now, in an otherwise unmanned military transport, they hurtle through space.  Destination: unknown.Little do they know that the cargo they carry with them is a legacy of death that they will ultimately have to face. Nor do they know that they head toward a remote colony and military outpost.  This pocket of humanity at the very edges of space is at the mercy of a general names Spears with an agenda all his own.  Now Billie, Wilks, and Bueller face a new nightmare, and it is nothing they could ever have imagined: a gift of madness from an alien world, unbalanced mind, and the experiences of a mysterious pilot named Lieutenant Ellen Ripley.

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Cheber Cheber
Crazy fun! But not as good as Aliens: Earth Hive.

Nightmare Asylum picks up immediately where Earth Hive ended. Wilks, Billie, and what remains of Bueller are headed back to Earth. Their previous encounter with a separate alien life form, one that possesses the power to effortlessly destroy Xenomorphs, will undoubtedly change the war for Earth. But first, they must survive the battle! For now, the aliens appear to have won the battle for Earth. Desperate to survive and fight another day, our trio returns to space and take refuge on a secret military base that holds more questions than answers concerning humankind’s survival.

Corporal Spears runs the military base with precision. His perfectionism, he believes, is key to winning the war on Earth. Yet, there is something behind his attention to detail that is unsettling., and it has nothing to do with how he runs the base.

A new soldier waits behind metal walls, controlled only by Spears. Has Spears learned to communicate with a queen? And, is she taking orders from Spears or just bidding her time until she can once again roam free?

Survival has never been harder for Wilks, Billie, and Bueller—especially when you are fighting not only Xenomorphs, but other humans!

Just like Earth Hive, Nightmare Asylum ends with a cliffhanger.

4/5 Stars
**Originally reviewed for SFBook.com
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Aliens Novels: Book 2, Nightmare Asylum / 978-0-553-56158-6

When Earth Hive (Aliens, Book 1) finished with the audacious cliff-hanger of Earth completely overrun by aliens and the remaining human population scattering into the galaxy desperate for safety, I couldn't pick "Nightmare Asylum" up fast enough. Author Steve Perry picks up exactly where he left off, with Wilks and Billie in a rickety transport in deep space, hoping to reach their pre-programmed destination (wherever that might be) before they run out of food and supplies.

When Billie begins to suffer from the vivid 'dreams' that empathic humans experience in the presence of aliens, she realizes that their transport is carrying more than they bargained for. And when Wilks and Billie search the ship only to find four recently infected humans, once deep in stasis and now very dead, they receive their first piece of evidence that not every surviving human fully appreciates how dangerous these creatures are.

Their relief at arriving safely to their destination, a distant military compound and civilian colony, quickly evaporates when they realize, almost instantly upon arrival, that the general in command of the base is completely insane, obsessed with delusions of creating his own tame alien army and using them to recapture Earth. General Spears has his own home grown alien queen and has fed more than half his troops and all the colonists to the aliens in order to produce more drone warriors.

Perry handles the exposition perfectly, providing a wealth of detail about alien anatomy, mating, genetics, behavior, and motivation without ever seeming to abandon the plot or get overly bogged down in details. Perry also carefully and realistically explains how the General has managed to keep the queen and her drones under control, as well as provide a somewhat plausible explanation for why the mad general has not yet been fragged by his own troops despite his propensity to throw them to the aliens for the slightest infraction. In a plot device utilized by pretty much every James Axler "Deathlands" novel, it is up to the strangers who just blew into town to kill the bad guy and destroy the monsters, whilst welcoming the death that they've been dodging for far too long.

This novel isn't high literature by any stretch, and contains a few occasional small flaws. General Spears is just a little too smart, the supporting characters are fairly one-dimensional and clearly ancillary to the main characters, and Wilks and Billie step out of character at a crucial moment in order to accommodate the confines of the story. Perry has also slightly upped the nudity and sexuality in this book, including a rather implausible scene where Billie strips naked in order to distract a couple of dim-witted marines. Having said all that, however, the plot is solidly entertaining, the writing is crisp and quick, the tension is thick, and there is a wealth of new details on the alien race - enough to keep the most rabid fan happily content. In short, the novel is a solid four-star book and a must read for die-hard fans of the aliens franchise.

There is even a pleasantly startling conclusion where Ellen Ripley enters the scene - likely because the same writers who had been forced to switch "Hicks and Newt" to "Wilks and Billie" because of the conflict between the novel and Alien 3 now realized that the plot development of an earth completely overrun by aliens was enough of a conflict to the movie series to justify a clean break and allow Ripley to appear unencumbered in this new fictional world.

~ Ana Mardoll
Trex Trex
after reading the first book, i was not very exited about reading this one, but since i bought it, might as well. and what a plesant suprise!ok, so it does get a bit boring, but not as bad as the first. as i say, the ending it very good and should be read for that alone. as much as i want to, i wont spoil it. great book, i rate it M15+(moderate violence, sexual references, coarse language)
porosh porosh
Perfect. Exactly as expected.
Ral Ral
I judged this book by its cover and thought it would suck. However when I read it I could not put it down, as a result I finished it in just four days.
Jelar Jelar
excellent
Tetaian Tetaian
It was an entertaining book and a pretty short read. I wish there were more Aliens novels. I would buy them.
My brother said it was a really good book and he enjoyed reading it. He also asked for the next book after this one.