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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Sierra Hahn Editor. Mike Huddleston Illustrations. Ephraim Goodweather begins to self-destruct as battle lines are drawn. It's now up to a handful of humans - an ailing pawnbroker, an exterminator, a scientist, a gangbanger, and an alcoholic - to stop an ancient evil from devouring the human race! Adapted for comics by Eisner Award-winning writer David Lapham Stray Bullets and artist Mike Huddleston Butcher Baker, The Coffin , this collection includes issues of the acclaimed series and the short story featured in Dark Horse Presents following the travails of an aged luchador, the Silver Angel, written and illustrated by Lapham.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 05, Crystal Starr Light rated it liked it Shelves: dark-horse , horror , graphic-novel. Bullet Review: Did I somehow skip a volume? Why is it assumed that a person will go back to a "dear one"? And how do all these vampires end up fat and naked? At least there was the Silver Angel story in this one; that was fabulous. View 1 comment. Oct 06, Lindel Harrison rated it it was amazing. Highly recommend reading Nov 15, Dan rated it really liked it.
Moving in a fascinating direction if this is any clue how the show will go than I cannot wait. The side story at the end was fun too. Some of the art seemed a little crude,but it is tolerable. Jul 29, M. Things are heating up and the introduction of the rival vampires is a welcome addition. Feb 19, Jennifer Juffer rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. Yes, the story moves on as all series do, but this book grabbed my attention at the very last moment.
If you have not read the books or watched the tv show, this series may be a little more difficult to understand. However, I may be biased. If you have read or watched, I definitely think Volume 3 is a book worth checking out Apr 30, Tom Pfeifer rated it liked it Shelves: borrowed-from-library , fiction , graphic-novel , horror.
The Night Eternal: Book III of the Strain Trilogy
Oct 27, Anne Lydolf rated it it was ok Shelves: graphic-novels-comics. The art style seems to vary a lot between volumes which makes it feel disconnected Neglected to post this earlier: was probably too addled from sleep-deprivation. Here's the review! I will say that I was annoyed by the way the book was pitched to me and my editor. I loathe jumping onto a book mid-story arc, and wouldn't have accepted the assignment had we been told it was Vol 3 instead of Vol 1 even considered asking my editor to re-assign this, but grumpily did it anyway, as deadline was too close.
I love the fact that here is a well written and interesting vampire story line with out being a romance with fangs book. Knowing of Del Toro's love for HP Lovecraft, the whole premise of the book is even more interesting as he and Hogan as they build a new work in fear, and the fear of the unknown and there extermination of man kind by an ancient race.
It is interesting that one of the main characters is an epidemiologist, and how his scientific mind has to learn to accept the fantastic world of vampires which is like a virus. As much as it is about vampires it is about the story line of the main characters reacting to a new world of vampires in New York. Having been on the subways and train systems in New York, it is amazing that they have included the dark elements of this work into the work. As for the Narrator, Daniel Oreskes does a fantastic job narrating the book. Yes, it would have been great to have Ron Perlman for this book, but Daniel Oreskes has the voice to do this job.
He developed his own depth to the reading of the book and makes it very accessible. I loved the book and the narration. Just as good as the first in the tilogy, which I thought was excellent. I can't wait for the third. It's a great take on the an old myth, vampires. Not for Twilight fans, in these stories the vampires are pure evil, just like they should be.
I very much enjoyed the first book in this series. I didn't even mind Ron Perlman's narration, which so many other reviewers disliked. Those readers will be happy to know that Perelman has been replaced by Daniel Oreskes. Oreskes is a better choice as a reader, but having started with Perlman, it feels strange without him.
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The story is entertaining, but lacks the sense of frightening urgency from the initial installment. The Strain put new fuel into the vampire genera.
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No more the teen, heavy petting, high school romance. Del Toro and Hogan bring horror and thrill back Worthy of sharing shelf space alongside King's "The Night Flyer" I would venture to guess the bad reviews for this book and other epic vampire tales i. For the rest of us, this is a good ride!
This could truly be an excellent part 2 to a great adventure. But the narrator is the worst I have ever encountered in my 8 years with Audible. In part 2 of part 2 he just stops trying to define characters with any definition so that's impossible to tell who's talking, and when he changes chapters there is not even a small break to tell let you know he has and then transitions using the same voice.
Impossible to follow without spending half you time backing up and saying I couldn't even finish the book The first book was great Maybe if he makes a movie I'll find out how it ends. Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why? Yes and I have! I don't know if anyone has taken me up on it. It might be a different story if I was willing to part with my physical copies of the book, but I tell people all the time that this series is one you will be addicted to.
So, I fear Anne Rice, who is a talented writer, just might not be for me. What did you like best about this story? Basically, you go from one extreme to the next with this series. When you think that it can't get any worse, it does and you just have to hold on and hope everything is alright. People may find that stressful, but I loved Hogan's and del Toro's work in this one specifically.
Which scene was your favorite? Getting the book! That's all I will say :. Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you? The entire series has this fight for family values and connection. I think the fact that the vampires' perversion on that love is so interesting. The love that one has, if turned, becomes the thing that makes your loved ones become targets. It's fascinating. So, to answer the question, Eph's continued loyalty to his son and the fact that nothing will stop him from making sure Zach is safe has always moved me since the first book.
Any additional comments? You won't regret reading this series even if you've watched some or all of the FX show so far. It's so much deeper than that and, although I love the show, you just get more out of the books. This narrator seemed to be bored reading this book. Okay story, bad reader.
The story doesn't progress much from the first book, but it does set up some interesting turns that should be resolved in the next one. Look forward to the next book I just hope it's read by Pearlman. Loved the 1st audiobook. I could not wait to listen to the second installment in the trilogy.
Review – The Strain Book 3: The Fall TPB (Dark Horse) – BIG COMIC PAGE
WOW, what a disappointment. In fact, I listened to it more than once. Sadly, "The Fall" was a far cry from the 1st installment's quality. I cannot believe that there was such a disparity in value. I actually found myself tuning most of it out. What a terrible reader. Skip it. Where did they get this guy? I couldn't finish the audio book. Listening to this person read this okay installment in the trilogy was like listening to a 5th grade class read a book out loud. I had bought the book the day it came out, but was pining to hear Perlman continue the tale with his excellent depiction of these characters.
The characters felt vivid and alive in Perlman's voice but what made it great was that it felt like not only did Perlman do his homework like reading, and analyzing, the book prior to the recording but that he was just as invested in the characters as the reader. The book is good, but not great, for several reasons but I don't need to get into all of them spoiler free review. I will say that there seemed to be a lot of lazy, spoon-fed plot devices, not as much multi-layered tension as in The Strain and definitely lacked the sense of urgency - which was so good in the first book that it added to the fear emoted from the moment the plane touched down.
There is such a disconnect that I could never finish the audio version - and had tried 10 times before finally giving up. I tried a number of times to push through, but the first time I heard him speak as one of my favorite characters from the first book and whose arc in the second is kick-butt and inspiring , I couldn't get past knowing that, not only did he not sound Latin, he couldn't even pronounce his name right.
I would say, if you haven't listened to the first one, you probably wouldn't know what you are missing.
The Strain Vol. 4: The Fall
If you have listened to the first one, go buy the book or the electronic version because you will not be able to complete the audio version - which would be a shame because even though the second is a little bit of a let down compared to the first, you can tell that the third book has been set up to be epic. Your audiobook is waiting…. Narrated by: Daniel Oreskes. Series: Strain Trilogy , Book 2. Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins.
People who bought this also bought Bray Length: 11 hrs and 56 mins Unabridged Overall. Publisher's Summary From the authors of the instant New York Times best seller The Strain comes the next volume in one of the most imaginative and frightening thriller series in many, many years.
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