Night Plague

Night Plague For generations the Night Warriors have used their awesome powers to defend humanity from evil entering men s dreams to change the shape of waking reality Now five modern Night Warriors face their

  • Title: Night Plague
  • Author: Graham Masterton
  • ISBN: 9780751502411
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • For generations, the Night Warriors have used their awesome powers to defend humanity from evil, entering men s dreams to change the shape of waking reality Now, five modern Night Warriors face their most terrifying enemy.She is Isabel Gowdie, witch and mistress of Satan Entombed for three centuries, her powers have grown stronger Now her evil influence seeps through thFor generations, the Night Warriors have used their awesome powers to defend humanity from evil, entering men s dreams to change the shape of waking reality Now, five modern Night Warriors face their most terrifying enemy.She is Isabel Gowdie, witch and mistress of Satan Entombed for three centuries, her powers have grown stronger Now her evil influence seeps through the earth, carrying the seeds of the Night Plague, a disease which twists men s souls into madness The Night Warriors can stop it if they can find Isabel Gowdie s hidden prison But time is short With each night s sleep and of humankind falls to the Plague, and two of the Night Warriors are already infected.

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    1. Graham Masterton may well be one of the only authors who can give me genuine chill jeebies. A lot of people cite King and other well-known writers for their horror ability, but to me Masterton takes the cake with creating trippy visuals and mini scenes that are eerie in cerebrally-taunting ways.In Night Plague, the back blurb is weird and misleading. I wasn’t having my usual faith in the writer, faith I shouldn’t have lost, as it sounds so incredibly cheesy. Satan and a minion, really? I rea [...]

    2. The nightmare is over! I enjoyed the first fifty or so pages and found the mysterious knitted hood character quite menacing. I liked that the book was set in Britain this time, with the focal character, Stanley, given plenty of meat and adeptly brought to life. There was more attention given to Mr Mol Besa than any of those in 'Death Dream'. This is a definite positive. Stanley, for a while, was quite an interesting fellow. As were the circumstances surrounding the rather brutal and yucky rape h [...]

    3. Really entertaining for the first 2/3, then the plot begins to slow down and takes some weird turns. Of course, this entire book is, I think, the weirdest in the trilogy: at some point the reader suspends disbelief and accepts the potentiality of the Night Warriors, but this installment takes that concept to a different level. It's also pretty savage and explicit in some respects--not as "family friendly" as the others (if blood, guts, and demons are family friendly). I felt that the concept of [...]

    4. This was the first of the Night Warriors Books I read but as each Book in the series kinda stands on it's own two feet and doesn't necessarily require you to have read the first two books was a great find. I turned the pages so fast as I read it (so long ago I'm due for a reread when I can) the corners started to smoulder with the heat.I've since got back to where it all started. Night Warriors are a (pardon the pun) dream creation and one I'm glad I was introduced to mid-90's. Like I say though [...]

    5. I abandoned this book about 2/3 of the way through. I really enjoyed the first 100 pages or so, but then it started to unravel. The nail in the coffin was when the son of the main character enters the story. The dialogue has such a false ring to it that it made me cringe, and question whether I wanted to continue reading. My answer was "no."

    6. Uwielbiam Mastertona pomimo jego schematyczności. "Nocna Plaga" to przyzwoita książka, dość dobrze oddająca gatunek. Autor w odpowiednim tempie buduje napięcie, a wyprawy Wojowników Nocy są jak zwykle ciekawe i nie z tego świata.Niestety zakończenie było bardzo rozczarowujące :(

    7. Terrible book. I gave up reading at about 80 pages, could not get into it all. Very unusual for me, I very rarely give up reading a book. Not gonna be reading anymore from this writer again.

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