Necropolis Rising

Necropolis Rising It took thirty minutes for the city to die But for the inhabitants of Birmingham City UK the hunger will last forever The military has sealed the city No one is getting in No one is getting out But K

  • Title: Necropolis Rising
  • Author: Dave Jeffery
  • ISBN: 9780977448197
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • It took thirty minutes for the city to die But for the inhabitants of Birmingham City, UK the hunger will last forever The military has sealed the city No one is getting in No one is getting out But Kevin O Connell and his team of cyber criminals have a job to do A job that will see them receiving a huge payout if they succeed Or a bullet if they don t Once insideIt took thirty minutes for the city to die But for the inhabitants of Birmingham City, UK the hunger will last forever The military has sealed the city No one is getting in No one is getting out But Kevin O Connell and his team of cyber criminals have a job to do A job that will see them receiving a huge payout if they succeed Or a bullet if they don t Once inside the confines of the city O Connell and his team are about to find out that staying alive will prove to be just as difficult as staying dead

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    1. Zombie books have become so ubiquitous, that it really takes a very original story to really stand out. This wasn't one of them. The writing was solid and the author really took the time with backstory for even minor characters, which I really appreciated, but overall it was a fairly by the numbers rescue mission story with zombies. There was a slight twist to the story, but not enough to make it memorable. For fans of all things zombie, particularly with some military style action thrown in, th [...]

    2. ZOMBIE novels are ten a penny these days, often as not putting the lie into the claimed demand for originality by mainstream publishers, but every so often one of the undead slaughter-fests rears its head to moan a discordant note that puts it outside the dismal pack.Necropolis Rising, by Dave Jeffrey, is just such a title. The book grabs hold like a zombie and won’t let go until you’ve finished it off. For all that, however, the plot goes far beyond the now standard fare of a small band of [...]

    3. A team of high class criminals have been offered 100 million by The Consortium to break in to and corrupt the National DNA Database. They are a dangerous group who know who is in the team and where to find them if the raid goes wrong or they are doublecrossed. There is a strict timetable for the attackd just as the team are about to leave for the mission, a zombie outbreak quarantines the city, making a whole new set of problems for themThe book starts with an animal rights protest group breakin [...]

    4. First paragraph: A fist bounced off of the window, rattling the glass in its frame. Beyond the doorway, Dennis Owen, the security guard sitting at the reception desk, looked up and scrutinized the two men standing outside in the rain."Necropolis Rising" is a nice change of pace in my zombie reading marathon this week - after wading through some muck of poor writing and a complete lack of editing, reading this book was like sipping from a tall glass of cool water. Refreshing, satisfying, niiice.T [...]

    5. Nowadays zombie books, like zombie movies, are ten a penny, so something really special has to come along before it stands knee head to the rest of the crowd, never mind head and shoulders above. The good news is Necropolis Rising, does indeed stand head and shoulders above the rest of the zombie fare. It’s like the zombie film you wish Romeo would make. Fingers crossed he, or someone else, one day will make a film of this one. Until then enjoy the class read.

    6. When two members of the Animal Activist League blow up the penthouse apartment of Dr James Whittington, they believe they’re striking a blow against a notorious vivisectionist. What they don’t realise is that Whittington is actually working on a gas which creates zombies and he’s just got a whiff of it - and their explosion is going to introduce the toxin to the good citizens of Birmingham. Once the action kicks off, the book takes in a crack squad of cyber-criminals, military officials de [...]

    7. Zombies and Cyber Crooks.The Necropolis Rising story follows a group of cyber criminals as they enter Birmingham to conduct their criminal affairs. Only thing is, Birmingham has been sealed off due to a zombie infection. If you're after a story full of action that is well written and told at a fast pace, then this is the book for you. Great stuff!

    8. Dave Jeffery, Necropolis, vol. 1: Necropolis Rising (Dark Continents, 2011)One of my favorite books of last year was Forrest Armstrong's The Deadheart Shelters, so I've started keeping my ear to the same ground that coughed that one up for me to see what it's rumbling about these days. The two books it most recently divulged were Matt Hults' Husk (elsewhere this ish) and Dave Jeffery's Necropolis Rising. The latter is not a bad little book, and I will admit that my rating of it is personal; I kn [...]

    9. I read this after a recommendation from a friend – plus it was only 86p on Kindle (I think the price may be even lower now!). The same friend had recommended Hollowland, which I had really enjoyed. I do have a soft spot for a good zombie-esque book that’s a bit crap but doesn’t take itself too seriously.The blurb sounded rather intriguing. The military have sealed off Birmingham completely – noone is getting in and noone (or nothing) is getting out…hopefully. However, there is a gang o [...]

    10. "Necropolis Rising" stars out as your typical zombie fare, but Dave Jeffery does a great job of infusing it with memorable characters and - believe it or not - intrigue (not exactly a staple of the zombie genre).Birmingham, UK is the site of the latest zombie plague and the military quickly has the city locked down. Good for England, bad for a group of cyber-criminals who have been paid to do a job there by people who aren't too keen on hearing about unforeseen zombie plagues. Faced with the dau [...]

    11. Necropolis Rising has some unique points for a zombie book - mad scientists, bio-terrorism, bounty hunters, all in one book - should be any zombiephile's fantasy, right?Unfortunately the focus of Necropolis Rising, for me, was just a little too Boys Own - heavy on military ops, conspiracy and loyalties that change more often than we change our socks, I spent most of this book either confused or feeling completely disconnected from the characters, who were all far too indistinguishable from each [...]

    12. After finishing Necropolis Rising, I was overcome with one thought 'I need to find out what happens next!' I didn't realise quite how much I'd invested in the characters until I turned the final page and there just weren't any more words.Dave Jeffrey's treatment of a zombie outbreak in a city that I know fairly well was, at the same time, both horrifically accurate and strangely comforting. I will be buying the next volume, Necromancer, as soon as I have got my 'Stack of books that need reading [...]

    13. I'm not sure if this book was slow in the beginning or if it just took me a little longer to get into the story but once things picked up (or I got into the story) I really did enjoy this book. There are some formatting issues as well as grammatical issues but those could be easily fixed in a second edition with a really good editor. If you are willing and can overlook them then give this book a read. No, it isn't the best ever written but this author has potential.

    14. This was a different type of zombie book to the usual fare. It was set in the UK which I quite enjoyed and the first chapter got my attention and the rest of the book held my attention. Sure there were some grammatical errors but they didn't spoil my enjoyment of roaring along with the story. Good job - looking forward to the follow up novel.

    15. a good straightforward story set in against the backdrop of an emerging zombie breakout favorite part is the idea of a stadium full of City and Villa fans all been zombified on derby day then being let loose on the rest of the city! Genius.

    16. Good tale of a zombie plague in Birmingham, UK let down in parts by typos and errors but still a hugely enjoyable read.

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