Publish date: April 14th 2011
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Outpost (#1)
Here's a question for you, my dear reader. What the hell or what the heck would you do if you got stuck at a refinery platform moored in the Arctic Ocean with a group of fifteen people some are strangers and some are friends,, and on the other side of the world, far from the place you are at, the wo...
A good zombie novel that focus mainly in the interaction between the characters. We start this story in a oil rig in the artic so there aren't any zombies but scant information about the zombie outbreak in the planet. As it progress they search a way to survive the winter and then go to europa or ca...
Quite simply one of the best horror novels I've ever read. Think 'The Thing' meets 'Alien' meets 'The Rising'. Claustrophobic and atmospheric, the book is more about isolation and vulnerability than shuffling undead and apocalyptic destruction. It's a simply written book, full of tight, cold sentenc...
it is a remote refinery in the arctic. there is a disparate crew. there is freezing cold and isolation and all of those sorts of things. these are the sorts of things i often like to read about. there is a mysterious worldwide disaster. there are zombies, a new kind of zombie, metallic zombies. ther...
Good premise and well executed. This is a good book in PA-Zombie fiction category and is worthy of more attention. On an off-shore refinery platform in the Arctic, the crew is isolated from rest of the world when the apocalypse occurs. This book reads more as a movie script and keeps you turning pag...
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