Naming Of Parts

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  • Title: Naming Of Parts
  • Author: Tim Lebbon
  • ISBN: 9781902880174
  • Page: 157
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    About " Tim Lebbon "

  • Tim Lebbon

    I love writing, reading, triathlon, real ale, chocolate, good movies, occasional bad movies, and cake I was born in London in 1969, lived in Devon until I was eight, and the next twenty years were spent in Newport My wife Tracey and I then did a Good Thing and moved back to the country, and we now live in the little village of Goytre in Monmouthshire with our kids Ellie and Daniel And our dog, Blu, who is the size of a donkey I love the countryside I do a lot of running and cycling, and live in the best part of the world for that.I ve had loads of books published in the UK, USA, and around the world, including novels, novellas, and collections I write horror, fantasy, and now thrillers, and I ve been writing as a living for over 8 years I ve won quite a few awards for my original fiction, and I ve also written tie in projects for Star Wars, Alien, Hellboy, The Cabin in the Woods, and 30 Days of Night A movie s just been made of my short story Pay the Ghost, starring Nicolas Cage and Sarah Wayne Callies There are other projects in development, too I d love to hear from you

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  • zombies attack wait, don t roll your eyes this odd novella by obscure but somewhat aclaimed english author Tim Lebbon is something different is set during a small family s panicky flight away from their rural home and takes place entirely in the mind of its pre teen narrator clues to the nature of the threat are dropped here and there in an almost offhand fashion, but the focus is really elsewhere 1 the state of shock of the family and 2 flashbacks to the narrator s relationship with his sister [...]


  • This hardcover book is copy number 173 of 300 copies printed and is signed by Tim Lebbon Introduction by Steve Rasnic Tem Cover by Alan M Clark


  • First published back in 2000, Tim Lebbon s zombie novella Naming of Parts was released by way of special signed editions limited to just 300 numbered paperback copies, or 200 numbered hardback copies.The book begins with a short three page introduction by the horror author Steve Rasnic Tem Excavation, The Book of Days , which describes how he first encountered Lebbon s work in a small London bookshop where he picked up a copy of Mesmer Tem procedures to shower Lebbon s work with unreserved prais [...]


  • This is a zombie novella that tells of a family on the run They live in the country and have to flee their home, and they try to find their daughter in the closest town The perspective is told by the young boy, and the story goes back and forth from the present to the past, where the relationship between the boy and his older sister takes form They eventually get to the town and it ends in the usual horror fashion In other words there was no unexpected ending The one thing of note is the zombies [...]


  • This is an emotionally gripping, nail biting little zombie tale about a family living way out in the country who are suddenly plagued by the living dead The story is told from the point of view of preteen Jack whose current and past fears haunt the story Unlike most action packed, gore filled zombie tales this one concentrates on the emotions of its characters And also unlike most zombie stories the zombies aren t the only ones who appear to be affected by whatever has infected them The grass, [...]


  • I found this book very refreshing Rather than focusing on blood and gore although there are some gruesome parts , Lebbon is interested in the emotions of the characters and how they deal with their situation It is a short work, but the author is able to create a sense of dread and urgency very quickly It is interesting to see how the characters change, as they realize they are ill equipped to deal with what is happening around them I enjoyed how the environment and animals were affected Lebbon h [...]


  • Tim s view of the zombie apocalypse is very disturbing Leaving me as a reader with the feeling of no hope and despair for the characters It s an emotional roller coaster through the land of the dead Highly recommended.



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