» » Blood Crazy

Blood Crazy epub download

by Simon P. Clark


Home Simon Clark Blood Crazy. Jack used to spend a lot of time at our house. Sometimes we’d play crazy golf (for some reason he loved crazy golf – then he liked crazy things and crazy people).

Home Simon Clark Blood Crazy. When we went out on these jaunts he’d always carry a can of beer from which he’d take little sips. He’d make one can last two hours.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The world is turned up by a bloodthirsty rampage when all the adults become dangerously insane, infected by an uncontrollable urge to slaughter the young.

Saturday is a normal day. People go shopping. Simon Clark takes stuff that has been overused, overtalked about and yet, somehow, manages to create something unique and never, not even once, fall into any of the pitfalls that others make a habit of revisiting time after time. This book propelled Simon Clark to the top of still breathing authors (till he was kicked a step down by Sergey Vasilievich Lukyanenko). previous 1 2 3 next .

As with any Simon Clark book I loved this one! Was quite different in the fact that it had no build-up to the event but started at the event starting

As with any Simon Clark book I loved this one! Was quite different in the fact that it had no build-up to the event but started at the event starting. Fantastically written, had alot of things to think about and a great twist!

The name Mr Creosote killed Dave’s Joy to the World smile. He slapped the clipboard against his leg. But he didn’t swear. Down by the river footbridge.

The name Mr Creosote killed Dave’s Joy to the World smile. Dave turned to me. ‘You see, it’s always the same pattern. They flock like birds. A couple of hours later there’s a hundred. Only when there’s a certain number, a – a kind of critical mass, do they move i. He seemed to be working it through for his own benefit so I just nodded as he talked

Author:Clark, Simon P. Blood Crazy. Book Binding:Hardback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites.

Author:Clark, Simon P. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Read full description.

Simon Clark (born 20 April 1958) is a horror novelist from Doncaster, England. He is the author of the novel The Night of the Triffids, the novella Humpty's Bones, and the short story Goblin City Lights, which have all won awards

Simon Clark (born 20 April 1958) is a horror novelist from Doncaster, England. He is the author of the novel The Night of the Triffids, the novella Humpty's Bones, and the short story Goblin City Lights, which have all won awards. Most of his stories are based in Yorkshire, his home county. He also uses a technique that he calls "The Art of Wandering". The idea for Goblin City Lights arose from wandering in a London graveyard.

Everything seems normal until, one Sunday, civilization turns to ruins

The world is turned up by a bloodthirsty rampage when all the adults become dangerously insane, infected by an uncontrollable urge to slaughter the young, even their own children. By the author of Nailed by the Heart.

Everything seems normal until, one Sunday, civilization turns to ruins. Adults have become murderously insane, infected with an uncontrollable urge to kill the young, even their own children. This is the way the world ends.

Blood Crazy epub download

ISBN13: 978-0340625743

ISBN: 0340625740

Author: Simon P. Clark

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (June 15, 1995)

Pages: 343 pages

ePUB size: 1424 kb

FB2 size: 1616 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 731

Other Formats: mobi mbr rtf lrf

Related to Blood Crazy ePub books

Mamuro
This book had a lot of potential and was sailing along nicely until the point we start getting answers. At that point it takes a major nosedive into the weird and silly. The explanation for the events are so ridiculous I wasn't convinced until the very end the author was being serious. The answers we get are just pseudo-scientific woo given to the readers by rapist and we're supposed to believe it. Make no mistake, the author believes it. The book would have been better without all of that nonsense
Mamuro
This book had a lot of potential and was sailing along nicely until the point we start getting answers. At that point it takes a major nosedive into the weird and silly. The explanation for the events are so ridiculous I wasn't convinced until the very end the author was being serious. The answers we get are just pseudo-scientific woo given to the readers by rapist and we're supposed to believe it. Make no mistake, the author believes it. The book would have been better without all of that nonsense
Rit
i got this book at the local dollar store ages ago for a buck. i read it, reread it, handed it to my kids who read and reread it and then it fell apart!! so we had to order more copies. it is a REALLY Great absorbing story. mind you the author is British so it might have words or social niceties that aren't American. this doesn't bother me at all! just WOW! love this book! for those who poo-pooed the book? what say YOU go come up with an original idea, research the hell out of it and then write your own story, hmm? yeah THAT'S what i thought!
look, just give it a try. my personal rule is 3 chapters. if a book hasn't grabbed me by the end of the 3rd chapter? i pout it away.

the story ios great original the characters? are really endearing unless your a bad guy then ya wanna kill em! :D just give it a shot! you might jus enjoy it!
Rit
i got this book at the local dollar store ages ago for a buck. i read it, reread it, handed it to my kids who read and reread it and then it fell apart!! so we had to order more copies. it is a REALLY Great absorbing story. mind you the author is British so it might have words or social niceties that aren't American. this doesn't bother me at all! just WOW! love this book! for those who poo-pooed the book? what say YOU go come up with an original idea, research the hell out of it and then write your own story, hmm? yeah THAT'S what i thought!
look, just give it a try. my personal rule is 3 chapters. if a book hasn't grabbed me by the end of the 3rd chapter? i pout it away.

the story ios great original the characters? are really endearing unless your a bad guy then ya wanna kill em! :D just give it a shot! you might jus enjoy it!
Malarad
This is my favorite novel. Simon clark was an excellent writer and i have loved every book ive read that he wrote. This is a post apocalyptic novel where one day everyone over the age of 21 goes crazy and starts killing everyone left. Told from the viewpoint of Nick, a survivor as he does his best to help protect the others from their zombie like attackers and create a life for themselves. the assortment of characters are as complex and unique as the next. This is a deep and very psychological tale, if your anything like me you will not be able to put it down.

The book itself was in a great condition. No rips tears or notable damage beyond a little bit of scuffing and a pencil written price inside the cover.
Malarad
This is my favorite novel. Simon clark was an excellent writer and i have loved every book ive read that he wrote. This is a post apocalyptic novel where one day everyone over the age of 21 goes crazy and starts killing everyone left. Told from the viewpoint of Nick, a survivor as he does his best to help protect the others from their zombie like attackers and create a life for themselves. the assortment of characters are as complex and unique as the next. This is a deep and very psychological tale, if your anything like me you will not be able to put it down.

The book itself was in a great condition. No rips tears or notable damage beyond a little bit of scuffing and a pencil written price inside the cover.
Beazerdred
Blood Crazy by Simon Clark is a simple novel that has a simple description. It is
about all of the adults in the world suddenly going mad and killing their children,
or anyone who is younger than 19. This book came before Cell by Stephen King, but
there are some similarities here, such as the "Creosotes" (what the kids call the
insane parents) flocking like birds and the children's atempts to masacre large numbers
of them. It was a fun book to read but it was very childish. I don't think it was
meant for children though because of its harsh language and descriptions of sex,
but I'm not sure. Also, if you are a fan of Michael Crichton (or any author who at
least atempts to give a plausable explanation for the events in their book) you won't
like this novel. It's a quick and bloody book and it is very interesting, but just
childish and a weak effort in my opinion. Still, this is my first Clark novel and
I enjoyed it enough to read more of his work.
Beazerdred
Blood Crazy by Simon Clark is a simple novel that has a simple description. It is
about all of the adults in the world suddenly going mad and killing their children,
or anyone who is younger than 19. This book came before Cell by Stephen King, but
there are some similarities here, such as the "Creosotes" (what the kids call the
insane parents) flocking like birds and the children's atempts to masacre large numbers
of them. It was a fun book to read but it was very childish. I don't think it was
meant for children though because of its harsh language and descriptions of sex,
but I'm not sure. Also, if you are a fan of Michael Crichton (or any author who at
least atempts to give a plausable explanation for the events in their book) you won't
like this novel. It's a quick and bloody book and it is very interesting, but just
childish and a weak effort in my opinion. Still, this is my first Clark novel and
I enjoyed it enough to read more of his work.
Froststalker
I started this book yesterday and finished it this morning. I couldn't put it down. Why? The good parts were good enough to pull me through the slow parts.
If you've read the above book description, you know that Clark has created a world in which anyone over the age of 19 suddenly and with no apparant reason is compelled to kill anyone under the age of 19. Make no mistake, this is a gritty, gory story narrated by the 17-year-old protagonist, Nick Aten ("yeah, yeah, it rhymes with Satan"). Nick is content to live a life of partying with no higher ambition; then he drags himself home one beautiful Sunday morning to find his brother's hideously mangled corpse. His parents are gone, and all the adults in town have gone crazy. The attacks on children and teens are vicious, the adults are without mercy. However, what unravels is a sort of apocalyptic coming-of-age story in which Nick finds himself playing a more important role than he could ever have imagined. He sets out trying to find help and stumbles upon group after group of youthful survivors. Along the way he also meets up with someone who puts him in touch with the root cause of the madness of the adults. Can Nick and the others battle through wave after wave of adult attacks to create a new society?
This is an entertaining book. Yes, the writing could be a bit better, but I actually found myself chuckling along with Clark's descriptions. Keep in mind that the narrator is a 17-year-old boy....this is a testosterone-filled story straight from an adolescent who watches too many action movies. Reading this, you might think I didn't like the book. Far from it. Nick is ultimately sweet and good-hearted, and even if the kids talk far more calmly and maturely than in my own experience, the characters are interesting and likeable. I give this novel 4 stars because it is entertaining; I was riveted to my seat racing through the pages to get to the outcome of the horrific attacks. Clark takes far too many pages (in my opinion) to explain the cause of the insanity, but as I wrote above, the good parts sustained the slow parts. I read for entertainment, and sometimes a bit of mind candy such as BLOOD CRAZY is just what the doctor ordered.
Froststalker
I started this book yesterday and finished it this morning. I couldn't put it down. Why? The good parts were good enough to pull me through the slow parts.
If you've read the above book description, you know that Clark has created a world in which anyone over the age of 19 suddenly and with no apparant reason is compelled to kill anyone under the age of 19. Make no mistake, this is a gritty, gory story narrated by the 17-year-old protagonist, Nick Aten ("yeah, yeah, it rhymes with Satan"). Nick is content to live a life of partying with no higher ambition; then he drags himself home one beautiful Sunday morning to find his brother's hideously mangled corpse. His parents are gone, and all the adults in town have gone crazy. The attacks on children and teens are vicious, the adults are without mercy. However, what unravels is a sort of apocalyptic coming-of-age story in which Nick finds himself playing a more important role than he could ever have imagined. He sets out trying to find help and stumbles upon group after group of youthful survivors. Along the way he also meets up with someone who puts him in touch with the root cause of the madness of the adults. Can Nick and the others battle through wave after wave of adult attacks to create a new society?
This is an entertaining book. Yes, the writing could be a bit better, but I actually found myself chuckling along with Clark's descriptions. Keep in mind that the narrator is a 17-year-old boy....this is a testosterone-filled story straight from an adolescent who watches too many action movies. Reading this, you might think I didn't like the book. Far from it. Nick is ultimately sweet and good-hearted, and even if the kids talk far more calmly and maturely than in my own experience, the characters are interesting and likeable. I give this novel 4 stars because it is entertaining; I was riveted to my seat racing through the pages to get to the outcome of the horrific attacks. Clark takes far too many pages (in my opinion) to explain the cause of the insanity, but as I wrote above, the good parts sustained the slow parts. I read for entertainment, and sometimes a bit of mind candy such as BLOOD CRAZY is just what the doctor ordered.
Irostamore
This is my favorite post apocalyptic book. It is a million times better then Walking Dead and all the other popular zombie stories that are out now. I only wish this book would get more recognition because it deserves the popularity that the other zombie stories are getting. Sure they aren't actual "zombies" but it still has that weird "everybody is now blood thirsty savages" feeling that 28 Days Later had. This is a must buy for any fan of 28 Days Later or the Dawn of the Dead remake.
Irostamore
This is my favorite post apocalyptic book. It is a million times better then Walking Dead and all the other popular zombie stories that are out now. I only wish this book would get more recognition because it deserves the popularity that the other zombie stories are getting. Sure they aren't actual "zombies" but it still has that weird "everybody is now blood thirsty savages" feeling that 28 Days Later had. This is a must buy for any fan of 28 Days Later or the Dawn of the Dead remake.