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DAVID MOODY AUTUMN: PURIFICATION Published by INFECTED BOOKS ww. Autumn: purification. Published by INFECTED BOOKS. This book is a work of fiction. The characters and situations in this story are imaginary. No resemblance is intended between these characters and any real persons, either living or dead.

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Thousands upon thousands of cold, rancid, decaying bodies once spread across almost the entire length and width of the dead land but now crammed into the space of just a few square miles. Relentless, vicious and unstoppable shells. Creatures without direction. Creatures without purpose. Savage, instinct-driven, insect-ridden carcasses. Empty, rotting, skeletal husks which had once each had individual identities and lives.

Read Purification, by David Moody online on Bookmate – David Moody brings the AUTUMN trilogy to a stunning and brutal conclusion. The survivors from AUTUMN: THE CITY are imprisoned in an underground. David Moody brings the AUTUMN trilogy to a stunning and brutal conclusion. The survivors from AUTUMN: THE CITY are imprisoned in an underground base, trapped between the door to the outside world and the sealed entrance to the airtight cocoon where hundreds of soldiers sit and wait.

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David Moody brings the AUTUMN trilogy to a stunning and brutal conclusion.

by David Moody First published September 1st 2004. Purification (Autumn, Published January 30th 2005 by INFECTED BOOKS. Showing 1-20 of 20. Purification (Autumn, Published August 16th 2011 by St. Martin's Griffin. Paperback, 329 pages. Author(s): David Moody (Goodreads Author).

Autumn: Purification. David Moody David Moody is the author of Hater, Dog Blood, Autumn and Autumn . The book became a sensation and has been downloaded by half a million readers. He started his own publishing company, Infected Books. David Moody is the author of Hater, Dog Blood, Autumn and Autumn: The City. He grew up in Birmingham, England, on a diet of horror movies and post-apocalyptic fiction. He started his career working at a bank, but then decided to write the kind of fiction he loved. He lives in Britain with his wife and a houseful of daughters, which may explain his preoccupation with Armageddon.

I don’t think there’s going to be very much. I know,’ she admitted. She looked at Emma and managed half a smile. all. I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand all this bloody waiting around. It’s really starting to get to me. I just want to get on, get things done and get out of here no. Emmaagreed. We’ve all done more than enough waiting around,’ she sighed. Realising that it was pointless trying to motivate herself or anyone else at the end of the dying day, Jackie sat down heavily.

David Moody is the author of Hater, Dog Blood, Autumn and Autumn: The City. His first novel, Straight to You, had what Moody calls "microscopic sales," and so when he wrote Autumn, he decided to publish it online. He started his own publishing company, Infected Books

David Moody, Autumn: Purification (Infected Books, 2004).

David Moody, Autumn: Purification (Infected Books, 2004). The third entry in Moody's popular Autumn quartet, Purification picks up where The City left off, with the survivors being driven out of the military base by hordes of the (still not flesh-eating!) dead and scrambling to find some place more permanent to make their last stand. Simply by dint of the fact that Moody's not bouncing back and forth between two unrelated storylines, Purification starts off stronger than The City, and the momentum keeps up throughout the book.

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ISBN13: 978-0575091399

ISBN: 0575091398

Author: David Moody

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Language: English

Publisher: Gollancz; 2012 edition (April 1, 2012)

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Hucama
This is my third time reading this book, and its still as compelling as the first time. For those of you that want a lot of zombie action, then this isn't the series for you. If you want a great story with some characters that you can sink your teeth into,then you'll enjoy this one. This book will make you feel for the living and the dead alike. Some of these stories are heartbreaking, and very few are uplifting. I'm looking forward to re-reading the next book. Yep, I'd recommend this book and author.
Hucama
This is my third time reading this book, and its still as compelling as the first time. For those of you that want a lot of zombie action, then this isn't the series for you. If you want a great story with some characters that you can sink your teeth into,then you'll enjoy this one. This book will make you feel for the living and the dead alike. Some of these stories are heartbreaking, and very few are uplifting. I'm looking forward to re-reading the next book. Yep, I'd recommend this book and author.
Lonesome Orange Kid
Moody continues in his tradition of writing good stories, and this is no different. Following the same themes of human nature, survival, and relationships, he writes a nail-biting story about surviving in a world that wants to kill you in so many ways.
Lonesome Orange Kid
Moody continues in his tradition of writing good stories, and this is no different. Following the same themes of human nature, survival, and relationships, he writes a nail-biting story about surviving in a world that wants to kill you in so many ways.
Zorve
David Moody, Autumn: Purification (Infected Books, 2004)

The third entry in Moody's popular Autumn quartet, Purification picks up where The City left off, with the survivors being driven out of the military base by hordes of the (still not flesh-eating!) dead and scrambling to find some place more permanent to make their last stand.

Simply by dint of the fact that Moody's not bouncing back and forth between two unrelated storylines, Purification starts off stronger than The City, and the momentum keeps up throughout the book. The undead continue to evolve, which keeps both the survivors and the reader guessing, and the human relationships between the main characters evolve, as they should. (The minor characters are, for the most part, still cardboard cutouts, however.) The ending does put one in mind of another novel whose ghost has shadowed the entire series, but I figured that was going to be the case.

Quite enjoyable. ***
Zorve
David Moody, Autumn: Purification (Infected Books, 2004)

The third entry in Moody's popular Autumn quartet, Purification picks up where The City left off, with the survivors being driven out of the military base by hordes of the (still not flesh-eating!) dead and scrambling to find some place more permanent to make their last stand.

Simply by dint of the fact that Moody's not bouncing back and forth between two unrelated storylines, Purification starts off stronger than The City, and the momentum keeps up throughout the book. The undead continue to evolve, which keeps both the survivors and the reader guessing, and the human relationships between the main characters evolve, as they should. (The minor characters are, for the most part, still cardboard cutouts, however.) The ending does put one in mind of another novel whose ghost has shadowed the entire series, but I figured that was going to be the case.

Quite enjoyable. ***
Bort
Autumn, Purification, basically marks the end of a trilogy of zombie-focused books.

The story evolves around the same group of survivors that was featured in the previous, `Autumn, the City' book. The action starts exactly where it stopped there. The survivors are sheltered in an underground, army-occupied bunker. They take the decision to venture out of it after the shelter gets overwhelmed by a mass of zombies and all hope to stay safely in is lost. What follows is their quest for survival in a devastated, highly perilous world.

Without lifting the curtain off of the story plot, please remember that David Moody is a talented English writer who has decided to take his time to tell a very realistic tale of survival without any kind of biased opinion. Zombies are never called zombies, they are depicted as beings that used to be normal and that now suffer from their decaying condition. They don't hurt for pleasure, or without reason. The military is shown as a group of very different characters. They are not described as a stereotypical, 2-bit group of dumb-minded, orders-obeying robots. Some of the survivors are selfish and meet their end without judgment, while it becomes clear that their attitude is actually dictated by their incapability to feed their hope any longer. Some others are brave and courageous, but also subject to doubt. Boredom is shown as an implacable enemy. The fragility of hope in people's heart is demonstrated over and over. Only a handful of people get to see some kind of light in the gloom of their everyday life.

Moody seems to be willing to get away from any kind of judgment on the zombies' conditions, hence it becomes difficult to really feel disdain towards them. Rather, their evolving attitude becomes logical and, from them, less of a threat, more `acceptable'.

Overall, action is continuous and logical. The whole book is a real pleasure to read. It concludes with class and smoothness a fine trilogy of books that really deserves any reader's attention.
Bort
Autumn, Purification, basically marks the end of a trilogy of zombie-focused books.

The story evolves around the same group of survivors that was featured in the previous, `Autumn, the City' book. The action starts exactly where it stopped there. The survivors are sheltered in an underground, army-occupied bunker. They take the decision to venture out of it after the shelter gets overwhelmed by a mass of zombies and all hope to stay safely in is lost. What follows is their quest for survival in a devastated, highly perilous world.

Without lifting the curtain off of the story plot, please remember that David Moody is a talented English writer who has decided to take his time to tell a very realistic tale of survival without any kind of biased opinion. Zombies are never called zombies, they are depicted as beings that used to be normal and that now suffer from their decaying condition. They don't hurt for pleasure, or without reason. The military is shown as a group of very different characters. They are not described as a stereotypical, 2-bit group of dumb-minded, orders-obeying robots. Some of the survivors are selfish and meet their end without judgment, while it becomes clear that their attitude is actually dictated by their incapability to feed their hope any longer. Some others are brave and courageous, but also subject to doubt. Boredom is shown as an implacable enemy. The fragility of hope in people's heart is demonstrated over and over. Only a handful of people get to see some kind of light in the gloom of their everyday life.

Moody seems to be willing to get away from any kind of judgment on the zombies' conditions, hence it becomes difficult to really feel disdain towards them. Rather, their evolving attitude becomes logical and, from them, less of a threat, more `acceptable'.

Overall, action is continuous and logical. The whole book is a real pleasure to read. It concludes with class and smoothness a fine trilogy of books that really deserves any reader's attention.
energy breath
I thought this was a very good read. I have just got into this series but cant put the books down. I had my doubts while reading the first book "autumn," because it is slow at first, but once it picks up you really want to know what comes next.

The character development is great. You really want to see what happens to the characters you are introduced to. I could really sympathize with them, because of this I give Moody lots of credit as an author.

If you like Apocalyptic stories or are a fan of the Zombie genre, the autumn series is for you. Although the pages arent covered with blood this series is sure to prove to be a cult classic.
energy breath
I thought this was a very good read. I have just got into this series but cant put the books down. I had my doubts while reading the first book "autumn," because it is slow at first, but once it picks up you really want to know what comes next.

The character development is great. You really want to see what happens to the characters you are introduced to. I could really sympathize with them, because of this I give Moody lots of credit as an author.

If you like Apocalyptic stories or are a fan of the Zombie genre, the autumn series is for you. Although the pages arent covered with blood this series is sure to prove to be a cult classic.
Velellan
I have read the entire Autumn series, and loved every book. It is not your typical fanfic type of zombie story, and the buildup is slow (not in a bad way), but as you go through the books and read the points of view of the different characters, it all tells an horrific but compelling story.
Velellan
I have read the entire Autumn series, and loved every book. It is not your typical fanfic type of zombie story, and the buildup is slow (not in a bad way), but as you go through the books and read the points of view of the different characters, it all tells an horrific but compelling story.
Pumpit
My daughter enjoyed this book. It was a gift.
Pumpit
My daughter enjoyed this book. It was a gift.
Product as described. Thank You.
Product as described. Thank You.