Nightlife: Hazardous Material

Nightlife Hazardous Material In the novella NIGHTLIFE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL we get a glimpse of The Division s origins and aims when a young man stumbles onto a long abandoned video arcade which three decades ago was the site of t
  • Title: Nightlife: Hazardous Material
  • Author: Matthew Quinn Martin
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  • Page: 331
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  • Nightlife: Hazardous Material
    In the novella NIGHTLIFE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL, we get a glimpse of The Division s origins and aims, when a young man stumbles onto a long abandoned video arcade which three decades ago was the site of the largest mass shooting in New York history and unwittingly uncovers a relic of unimaginable power and mind altering terror.
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  • Matthew Quinn Martin

    Matthew Quinn Martin was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania and raised in New Haven, Connecticut However, it wasn t until he moved to Manhattan that he realized he was a writer These days, he lives on a small island off the North Atlantic coast of the United States where it gets quiet in the winter perhaps too quiet.


  • Hazardous Material is presented as a sequel novella to Nightlife but honestly, it feels like it was already written, and then the author added on an ending containing revelations to tie it in to the previous novel It s a mainstream genre horror story, and many of the elements are familiar The walled off scene of a mass killing, a creepy carnival atmosphere, and a haunted videogame from an abandoned arcade that may bring death and madness into the present dayAll that, I very much enjoyed But the [...]

  • I recently ready Harlan Ellison s I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream It s a book about a crazy AI that traps a small group of humans within a chaotic, psychotic world, driving them all kinds of crazy with its mind games I tried the video game based on the book, but quickly decided it wasn t my cup of tea Other video games from books that I will avoid at all costs Polybius.Nightlife Hazardous Materials is a novella set in Martin s supernatural horror world that we first saw in Nightlife reviewed b [...]

  • If you ve never heard the real life urban legend of the Polybius arcade games, I highly recommend Googling it before reading this novella I really think it will increase your enjoyment of the story According to the legend, which may or may not have some basis in reality, in the early 80 s a handful of Polybius game cabinets were placed in a select few arcades in Portland, Oregon Apparently, the game was highly addictive, to the point of long lines forming and fights breaking out over who got to [...]

  • 3.5 I liked it a lot Hazardous Materials is a novella and the second instalment in the Nightlife series by Matthew Quinn Martin It is available as an individual book or as part of the Nightlife Night Terrors collection, which also contains the third tale in the series, As The Worm Turns, which cannot currently be purchased separately This is by no means a bad thing, as for the price of one ebook you can actually get all three Hazardous Materials can be read as a stand alone story, which is exact [...]

  • I received this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review Loved this short, creepy, horror novella Definite sit down and read in one sitting book Loved it

  • Nightlife Hazardous Material is a short novel from part of another series It works fine as a standalone novel and isn t too bad.Jarrod Foster is a struggling graphic artist Meaning he is out of money and desperate to take any kind of job, including demolition of old buildings On one job, he discovers a hidden treasure of old arcade games But why are they hidden and boarded up in a wall, and why has someone written Die demon, die near one called Polybius Jarrod ignores all the rules of horror and [...]

  • Awesome, fantastic, fun And a little freaky and spooky too I got into this story right away I was hooked on the first chapter This author has a way of doing that.I loved the storyline, it was creepy and a little scary especially when they first found the room with the video game machine But it was also a fun read at the same time It definitely put me on the edge of my seat I couldn t wait to find out what was going to happen.Excellent character development I am not a huge gamer myself, but I can [...]

  • This was a short, but enjoyable horror novellaThe main character is a bit down on his luck right now his boss that he works with are in the business of removing hazardous materialsunder the radarOne evening he finds a door that s welded shut with the help of his boss, they manage to open it to see what s inside This is the part I enjoyed most Inside were old arcade games He figures if he can take just one game, he can then sell it move elsewhere start over His boss took all the other 11 games Po [...]

  • nightlife hazardous material by Matthew Quinn MartinA dark short novella, wetting the appetite for the new series of books called the nightlife The story brings into question the nature of the world Does mankind look out on the ocean of life seeing only the surface but not the changing waters, and denizens of the depths A young man lost in life s problems and possibilities hell bent to make it, he finds that choosing your way sometimes leads to difficulties Working for a boss who will do anythin [...]

  • I was taken by surprise with this one The author builds edge of your seat horror suspense and then takes a left turn into something unexpected This is a well written, entertaining and unique story I can t talk too much about the plot because that would ruin any surprises But don t think you ll know which direction the story is goinge it s not.If you are looking for something unexpected, thrilling and macabre then give this one a try.4 would you like to play a game Sheepismellsheep 2015 05 bo

  • Jarrod Foster makes ends meet doing cleanup jobs in and around New York City Working hand in hand with hazardous materials like asbestos and other things most won t deign to go near, he and his boss handle the tough stuff readying places for renovation or tear down Their latest job is an old Brooklyn roller rink with a dark and sinister past Of course Jarrod and his boss aren t aware of the crime that happened there, not until they find the sealed arcade room.Jarrod wasn t around then, but his b [...]

  • In NIGHTLIFE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, Jarrod Foster spends his time at a job dismantling spaces and disposing of hazardous materials with his boss Ludwig On a seemingly ordinary day, Jarrod and Ludwig are dismantling an old abandoned roller rink when Jarrod finds a strange door not on the plans When they open the door, there are vintage games from the arcade which used to operate in the roller rink They also discover bullet holes and blood, a lasting testament to the largest mass shooting in New Yor [...]

  • Initial Thoughts Mr Martin returns with another creepy and suspenseful tale in the Nightlife world I enjoyed this somewhat ghost in the machine story Though whether it is a demon possessed video game or just clever and diabolical, possibly magical programming is left to the reader to decide I m still debating it One thing for sure, I enjoyed seeing a deeper glimpse of the Division an organization that was briefly introduced in the first novel, Nightlife, but never fully explained Though there is [...]

  • Loved love LOVED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL I don t read a lot of horror, but I adored NIGHTLIFE and trust Matthew Quinn Martin to write the sorts of stories that don t just appeal to one narrow genre of fans He didn t disappoint, making a story that could have just been about a haunted video game something so much deeper, so much terrifying

  • Good fast read A bit creepy because it is very plausible Mind altering Good job Matthew Looking forward to the next book

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