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Domain epub ebook

by James Herbert

Domain epub ebook

Author: James Herbert
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd; New Ed edition (May 16, 1991)
Pages: 384 pages
ISBN: 0340523646
ISBN13: 978-0340523643
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 941
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Domain is the third book in James Herbert’s The Rats trilogy, and it is safe to say it is my favourite. The first book, The Rats, was an interesting read but it wasn’t quite what I had anticipated. The second book, Lair, was a lot more enjoyable. This third book, Domain, hit even more spots.

Domain is the third book in James Herbert’s The Rats trilogy, and it is safe to say it is my favourite. Domain has a very different atmosphere to the first two books in the series, and I believe this is what left me to enjoy the book so much.

976. 0. Published: 1983.

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James John Herbert, OBE (8 April 1943 – 20 March 2013) was an English horror writer. A full-time writer, he also designed his own book covers and publicity. Born in London, Herbert was the son of Herbert Herbert, a stall-holder at London's Brick Lane Market

James Herbert was one of the award winning and bestselling authors from England, who was particularly famous for writing down horror novels.

James Herbert was one of the award winning and bestselling authors from England, who was particularly famous for writing down horror novels. Originally, he used to work as an art director at an advertising agency. Working as a full time author, Herbert used to design the covers of his books as well as do their publicity on his own. A total of 54 million printed copies of his books has been sold worldwide. Author Herbert holds an OBE, which was awarded to him by the British government.

Part of the Rats trilogy, international bestseller James Herbert's Domain pits man against mutant rats, who are back with a vengeance. The long-dreaded nuclear conflict. The city torn apart, shattered, its people destroyed or mutilated beyond hope. For just a few, survival is possible only beneath the wrecked streets - if there is time to avoid the slow-descending poisonous ashes. But below, the rats, demonic offspring of their irradiated forebears, are waiting. They know that Man is weakened, become frail. Has become their prey.

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From the author of Haunted, The Ghosts of Sleath and Ash, comes an electrifying action-thriller that will take readers to new levels of terror and excitement.

He had fled from the terrors of his past, finding refuge in the quietness of the island. From the author of Haunted, The Ghosts of Sleath and Ash, comes an electrifying action-thriller that will take readers to new levels of terror and excitement. In 1945, Hitler unleashes the Blood Death on Britain as his final act of vengeance.

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James Herbert's Domain imagines having to choose between nuclear radiation or horrifying, flesh-eating rats.

After the long-dreaded nuclear conflict, the city is torn apart, its people destroyed or mutilated beyond hope. For just a few survival is possible, but below the rats are waiting. This book brings the "Rats" trilogy to a climax. The author also wrote "The Spear" and "Creed".
Reviews (7)
showtime
Monster rat movies were some of my favs as a kid. A few that stand out, Deadly Eyes (duh), Ben, Willard, Graveyard Shift. There was one Italian rat movie that was kind of crappy but had an awesome ending, The Night of the Rats. Set in a post-apocalyptic future (Nukes. In the 80's it always was.) a small band of survivors try to fend off these killer rats while hiding in a bunker. While reading Domain it felt like I was reading a vastly superior novelization of that movie and in doing so inadvertently tying together Deadly Eyes and tNotR for me.

Anyways, it was a great read. Very bloody, at times extremely grim but all the while still keeping that guilty pleasure of reading this genre.

All I have to say is if you are a fan of The Rats and Lair you have to wrap the story up with Domain.

If you haven't read this gruesomely fun set of books, do yourself a favor and check them out.

Cia
This one started out really promising but then, for me, it started dragging. By the end I was skimming pages upon pages of excess description to get to the point. I'm one of those readers who has a wonderful imagination, so I hate it when books spoon feed and take two pages to describe one thing. I think the entire story could have been told in 100 fewer pages (at least). The ending was a bit unexpected and bizarre. Very unique. I'm not sorry I read it though, and I would still recommend this book to fans of paranormal horror.

Chilele
Well Damn, where do I even begin?!? This Author was recommended to me by another Fabulous Author Mr. Tim O'Rourke & I owe him a huge thank you for that!! This book was non-stop chills, thrills & action with more than one moment of just pure terror right from the start. I was gripping my Kindle wanting desperately to read on but afraid to at the same time, scared of what was to come. It was horrific bliss & I loved to fear every second of it!! I never saw the end coming!!! I look foward to reading much more from this Author & fully intend to invest in some Damn good nitelights Lol Peaceful sleep is but a dream tonight, this one will stick with me for awhile *shivers*

Taur
It never really drew me in, and the characters weren't all that interesting. It was a but of a struggle to finish. The only parts I really liked were those that stepped away from the main storyline.

Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this book.

Ventelone
This British author is immensely popular for his horror fiction. Having read a number of his other books and enjoyed them, I delved into this one with much anticipation. I was not disappointed, as it is similar thematically to another of his books, "The Fog", which is one of his best books. While in that book, a fog sweeps across the United Kingdom, causing those it touches to commit insane acts of mayhem, here, a dark entity, best described as infinite blackness, does the same.

Initially confined to Beechwood, a mansion on Willow Road and the site of mass murder and suicides, it feeds on those whom it touches and causes them to perpetrate acts of horrific violence, releasing man's most primal fears and instincts. When Beechwood is demolished, this darkness ventures out beyond the parameters of the house, causing those with whom it come into contact to act out their basest instincts and destroy those who remain unaffected. This novel engages the reader, as the protagonists in the book try to sort things out and defeat this evil entity. Well-written and interesting, devotees of the horror genre, as well as fans of the author, will enjoy this book.

lacki
This book reaches out and grabs you from the first page and does not let go until the last word on the last page. O by the way leave your lights on, even during the day.

adventure time
The 3rd in the series (a fourth 'graphic' or picture novel was created in the series and is very rare and impossible to find). The World comes to an apocalyptical almost end. London is blown up with a Nuclear Attack and the Rats return to create havoc and hell for the survivors! won't catch me on the london underground. ha ha

The ultimate climax to this trilogy. Well paced and fantastically written. This needs to be made into a movie now. Easily reads as a stand alone although finishes off the series well (although if it was followed up with another story id buy and read immediately).

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