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In the north of England, Gordon Burns is on his way back over to the Scottish borders, but before he can make it a strange and horrific scene takes place. After abandoning his car, and stuck in the middle of the Pennines, running for his life, Gordon reaches a guesthouse and meets up with the owners as well as other guests. After watching the news on the television, Gordon In the north of England, Gordon Burns is on his way back over to the Scottish borders, but before he can make it a strange and horrific scene takes place. After abandoning his car, and stuck in the middle of the Pennines, running for his life, Gordon reaches a guesthouse and meets up with the owners as well as other guests. After watching the news on the television, Gordon and his guests realise that the country has been thrown into bloody chaos, and are on the verge of a possible apocalypse. Nothing seems to be stopping these things, as the infected that the media are calling "Runners" are running amok and spreading the virus. Join Gordon, Joan, Sue, Lloyd, and Junior to see how this turns out for our characters. Who will manage to avoid the infection that is ravaging the country? Not for person under the age of 18. ,


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In the north of England, Gordon Burns is on his way back over to the Scottish borders, but before he can make it a strange and horrific scene takes place. After abandoning his car, and stuck in the middle of the Pennines, running for his life, Gordon reaches a guesthouse and meets up with the owners as well as other guests. After watching the news on the television, Gordon In the north of England, Gordon Burns is on his way back over to the Scottish borders, but before he can make it a strange and horrific scene takes place. After abandoning his car, and stuck in the middle of the Pennines, running for his life, Gordon reaches a guesthouse and meets up with the owners as well as other guests. After watching the news on the television, Gordon and his guests realise that the country has been thrown into bloody chaos, and are on the verge of a possible apocalypse. Nothing seems to be stopping these things, as the infected that the media are calling "Runners" are running amok and spreading the virus. Join Gordon, Joan, Sue, Lloyd, and Junior to see how this turns out for our characters. Who will manage to avoid the infection that is ravaging the country? Not for person under the age of 18. ,

30 review for Monsterland

  1. 4 out of 5

    Janey

    I prefer never to put down anyone's hard work...unless it is this bad. While I was excited to read an apocalyptic book that was set in the UK, I was very disappointed with this one. The survivors are too busy masturbating over steering wheels (while semen drips) to be concerned with eating actual food. Or a boy masturbates while his father is being pummeled by intruders and doesn't stop when he hears gun shots downstairs. A man is eating out the ass of a rotund woman and can taste shit. Vomits ove I prefer never to put down anyone's hard work...unless it is this bad. While I was excited to read an apocalyptic book that was set in the UK, I was very disappointed with this one. The survivors are too busy masturbating over steering wheels (while semen drips) to be concerned with eating actual food. Or a boy masturbates while his father is being pummeled by intruders and doesn't stop when he hears gun shots downstairs. A man is eating out the ass of a rotund woman and can taste shit. Vomits over his phone... I guess the survivors were probably as put off as I was and would explain why they hardly ever seemed to need to eat food. But they had lots of cups of tea and coffee. One of the drivers callously pulls a 6/7 month pregnant woman out of a car and throws her to the road and watches her get eaten while he smiles. Then seconds later, when he accidentally drives over another woman, he feels remorse. With descriptions that someone is grey-haired and 40-something being the only character-building you will read, clunky writing and bad grammar and a few typos, rip you out of the story. I'm sorry, I cannot say that I enjoyed any of this book. Every book I've ever read, I want to remember a story line, a character perhaps, not a woman's fat ass tasting like shit.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Despite being set in Northern England, for some unknown reason the author uses American phrases and spellings, which, as a Northerner, seriously pissed me off. I've said this in other reviews, if you set your book in Britain, use British colloquialisms and spellings. For example, we do not use the word 'gas' in place of 'petrol'. I do enjoy a zombie story as I have a penchant for B-Movies and the like. However, this one was poor and not engaging at all. I only stuck with it as I was on a plane a Despite being set in Northern England, for some unknown reason the author uses American phrases and spellings, which, as a Northerner, seriously pissed me off. I've said this in other reviews, if you set your book in Britain, use British colloquialisms and spellings. For example, we do not use the word 'gas' in place of 'petrol'. I do enjoy a zombie story as I have a penchant for B-Movies and the like. However, this one was poor and not engaging at all. I only stuck with it as I was on a plane and I had only one other book downloaded to my new kindle. This book is full of cliches. It's badly written and has poor grammar. The characters are terrible and quite frankly I'm disappointed that they all didn't die. There's enough action going to keep the story going but for me, it was all rather boring, pretictable and unoriginal.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Candance Lee

    Ok wtf What is with you fucking authors now and shitting all over women? GET THIS THROUGH YOUR HEAD THE SEX SCENE ISN'T NEEDED. IT DOESN'T MAKE THE STORY MORE INTERESTING ITS JUST DISGUSTING. I'm tired of reading stories wear the main characters are fuckwads.

  4. 5 out of 5

    The Grim Reader

    I did not finish this book. The sentences were really clunky and it just didn't flow well at all. Not for me, I'm afraid. 2 stars.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Henderson

    Zombies called runners set in the Uk. Nice idea, badly written with gratuitous and disgusting sex scenes written in, not sure why. Characters are not exactly likeable and have no depth. Will not be reading anymore and only finished this one because I don't like leaving books unfinished. Will not be recommending it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Poor The story was ok, but a bit predictable. The writing, however, was dire. I can't believe that someone with such a poor command of the English language could get a book published. You can't just keep using 'glared' as a synonym for looked or gazed- it has a connotation that is inappropriate when you are just looking at something innocuous. And the number of times "they was" was used instead of were was just ridiculous. Did a child write this? Reader, don't waste your time or money!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    Set in England, which is unusual for this genre, I wondered how different it would be, however, despite recognising the places, it was fairly predictable, apart from the infected being called runners and not zombies. I did not like the sexual content and wondered why it was included. The characters were not particularly likeable but then that could have been a ploy by the author so we didn't care if they died? The writing was okay but could do with an overhaul. A good idea that needs work.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    Zombies in the UK I love a good zombie apocalypse book and especially one based in the UK and this one even mentions places in the North East where I'm from,unfortunately after that it goes downhill.I didn't enjoy the style of writing,it felt juvenile and I didn't particularly warm to the characters either.I may try the second in the series but for me it was a big let down.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chrystal Roe

    Excellent This is a scary story. The infected aren't dead, they're worse. Fast, strong, no sense of self preservation. They exist to spread the infection. Windows and doors don't stop them. What can? I'm off to read the next book now.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Justin Robinson

    Tapped out at 20%. Due to the glut of zombie fiction on the shelf, a book really needs something special to distinguish itself. This one offers bad writing, interchangeable characters, and cliched action instead. There's much better out there.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tina Vause

    Good story but a little slow in places. I like the book but it wasn't a can't put down story till later in the read. Read for yourself.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I liked the book but parts of it was disgusting (the sex). I give credit, these are real survivors and I am interested in what happens next.

  13. 5 out of 5

    jamie woolrich moon

    Great gripping read Great book ,read it in a couple of days , now waiting for the next part , enjoyed this very much thankyou

  14. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Watkins

    A great idea and a lot of potential. Unfortunately, it suffers from an obvious lack of editing and sloppy writing, especially in the last half.

  15. 4 out of 5

    chucklesthescot

    Gordon is driving home to Gretna after a family funeral and takes a shortcut in poor weather over the Pennines to get to the M6. He stops to assist another couple who knock someone down but recoils as the victim attacks and bites the pair. As they also become violent, Gordon flees, knocking the maniacs are following on foot. A landslide means abandoning his car and taking an uneasy refuge in a guesthouse... I loved the idea of this-zombies loose on the moors and attacking people in remote locatio Gordon is driving home to Gretna after a family funeral and takes a shortcut in poor weather over the Pennines to get to the M6. He stops to assist another couple who knock someone down but recoils as the victim attacks and bites the pair. As they also become violent, Gordon flees, knocking the maniacs are following on foot. A landslide means abandoning his car and taking an uneasy refuge in a guesthouse... I loved the idea of this-zombies loose on the moors and attacking people in remote locations. There was nothing wrong with the ideas and the actual plot was quite well written. There was plenty of tension as Gordon inched along through the storm, trying not to go off the road but being aware of fast moving zombies behind him. The scenes of the people stuck in the guesthouse, under attack were also well written and tense. It is the sort of situation where you wonder what you would do in that situation as options for escape are limited. The survivors also pick up news of the attacks on TV which gives them an idea of how big their problems are. So why did I not finish the book? It came down to hating the characters I'm afraid. Gordon, frankly, is a complete arse who got on my nerves before the zombies even appeared. He moans about everything-the family he has visited, the travel, the weather. He doesn't really want to stop and help the other couple and does so reluctantly, and manages to bite the head off the female passenger when she asks if he can see the man they knocked down. Gordon goes into full moan mode about getting wet looking for a body and why he is bothering to help. All I could think of was shut up and stop moaning!!! His habit of putting the word 'pissing' in front of everything to show his annoyance also annoyed me. 'pissing car' 'pissing squirrel' 'pissing hell' Arrgghh! The characters do not improve at the guesthouse. Gordon and James both think they know everything and are battling to be the Big I Am in front of the others, and neither will back down. It gets old very quickly. Sue is a complete and utter bitch who I wanted to slap. Joan is one of the most foul mouthed women ever and John is a spineless coward. Seriously, these are the last people in the world that you would want to be stuck in a basement with! It is my idea of Hell. I can forgive them doing dumb things like going outside to bury a dead body with the zombies out there in the fog because it is done for plot reasons but having them moaning and fighting with each other non stop really started bugging me. Then the plot switches to characters who are even worse. The lovely Marvin and Agnes who have just slept together. Both are drunken foul mouthed morons and by this stage I had decided that I really did want the zombie things to kill the whole cast. That is the moment when I just could not bear these characters for one more page. It is a pity that a decent plot has been yet again spoiled by obnoxious characters. Such a pity.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lynne

    New to this Author Loved Monsterland it was a kindle recommendations the story is great I love the characters who are just reg people was surprised at the sex scene from a guys perspective if you can all cursing cool it way is in this book going to to try other series and I did pre order book 2

  17. 4 out of 5

    barry lindfield

    New horror If you like early James Herbert you will love this book, a cracking read , cracking pace with enough scares to keep you on your toes. Hopefully there will be another one to follow.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mark Heath

    Fantastic book, really kept me on the edge of my seat. Nice to read a zombie tale set in the UK It follows a band of survivors through the Pennines looking for safety from the fast runners Will there be a second, I do hope so?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anita Hargreaves

    Very Dean koontz Enjoyable read, would be great Steven king film, better than US drama series as set in England and more devastating

  20. 4 out of 5

    jacqueline tee

    Very good Enjoyed this book , hopefully will they get to live a few more days or will the runner get them?

  21. 5 out of 5

    leon1

    A bit of a disappointment. Ok'ish, no need for graphic sex/fantasies of writer. Lacked any real depth and didn't seem to know we're it was going as a story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    John McCulley

    Good action/horror sequences just a bit too spread out for me. Story didn't flow as smoothly as perhaps it could/should have.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  24. 5 out of 5

    angela wood

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Toth

  26. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Wiederspan

  27. 5 out of 5

    P10pablo

  28. 5 out of 5

    sandi painter

  29. 4 out of 5

    Letitia Gutierrez

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angela Martin

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