Spores

Spores Over the course of a couple of days all the liquid is lost from the body leaving in its wake a dried shell Just a slight vibration is enough for the corpse to detonate sending millions of dust spor
  • Title: Spores
  • Author: Ian Woodhead Doree Colon Peter Fussey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Spores
    Over the course of a couple of days, all the liquid is lost from the body, leaving in its wake a dried shell.Just a slight vibration is enough for the corpse to detonate, sending millions of dust spores into the air.Everyone over the age of 40 has been wiped out by an unidentified fungal plague Only the young remain The survivors leave their shelters and emerge into a woOver the course of a couple of days, all the liquid is lost from the body, leaving in its wake a dried shell.Just a slight vibration is enough for the corpse to detonate, sending millions of dust spores into the air.Everyone over the age of 40 has been wiped out by an unidentified fungal plague Only the young remain The survivors leave their shelters and emerge into a world blanketed with clouds of drifting spores.They believe that the worst is over, now is the time to start re building They have yet to encounter the abominations, altered by the spores They thought the plague was the end.The plague is just the beginning.
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  • Ian Woodhead Doree Colon Peter Fussey

    Ian Woodhead is just past the age of forty He lives in the north of England and is married to a wonderful woman He has forgotten how many children he has He had been writing for nearly twenty years but has only just gained the confidence to start showing his work Ian finds it a little creepy writing about himself in the third person.

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  • This was an apocalyptic novella where the human race is subjected to The Wasting Everyone over 40 wastes and turns into a cloud of spores Such clouds sometimes block out the sun.The survivors are trying to get themselves organized while trying to avoid the leftover petswhich have now turned into mutant y monsters that roam the streets I don t want to give away too much of the plot, but I did find it to be interesting There were some parts of it that reminded me of the Day of the Triffids ,but so [...]



  • Book Info Genre Horror Reading Level AdultDisclosure I picked up a free copy for my Kindle from since it is Ian Woodhead s birthday 4 19 12, I decided to have a little Ian Woodhead marathon this week in celebration Happy Birthday, Ian Spores Synopsis Over the course of a couple of days, all the liquid is lost from the body, leaving in its wake a dried shell Just a slight vibration is enough for the corpse to detonate, sending millions of dust spores into the air.Everyone over the age of 40 has b [...]


  • When everyone over the age of forty begins dying, their bodies drying out into a husk that soon disintegrates into fungal spores, the world begins to descend into chaos But this is just the beginningSoon abominations begin appearing on the murky streets Altered by the fungus to becomemething else Something that wants to kill and destroy us.Ian Woodhead is a cracking author I have read his zombie stuff in the past and thought it okay but this is a complete turnaround This is inspired, dark, grim [...]


  • Another hugely entertaining novel from Ian Woodhead, with some delightfully gruesome creatures An alien spore has wiped out everyone over the age of 40 that s me in trouble and now the survivors have to cope with the spore s coup de grace the infected are mutating into horrible beasties with an interest in human flesh.Like his other works, Spores is packed with personality and the author shows a keen eye for characterisation and absorbing storytelling.The abrupt ending threw me a bit no give awa [...]


  • It s a well told story with compelling characters who all have very different lives which intertwine in a good way It does remind me of Day Of The Triffids mostly the scenes based around The Institute and the story itself does have a good twist at the end as to why the Spores were released in the first place.It was quite nice to discover the people in power were just as much in trouble as Joe Public.The scenes with the solders remind me massively of 28 Days Later and the scenes set around the la [...]


  • riveted from the first paragraph some great descriptions which Ian seems to be best at so vivid the story was imaginative and great with some real life horrors thrown in for good measure believable characters which you can sympathize with even if doing dodgy things who hasn t dreamed of weeing in someones tea my only little complaint would be that Ian seems to rush the endings but I am hoping thats because there is going to be a sequel hint hint really glad I found the author as he is becoming a [...]


  • I quite liked this book, despite feeling it was a particularly gruesome episode of Torchwood at times On other occasions it reminder me of Boneshaker for adults.I was, however, slightly disappointed at the end It seemed like there should be another couple of chapters At least it leaves it wide open for a sequel


  • I did not care for this book at all I had to force myself to finish reading it The plot was difficult to follow and the details were not presented well.



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