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Craig Davidson (1) (1976–)

Autor(a) de The Troop

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20+ Works 4,388 Membros 289 Críticas

Obras por Craig Davidson

The Troop (2014) 1,733 exemplares
The Deep (2015) 868 exemplares
The Saturday Night Ghost Club (2018) 618 exemplares
Little Heaven: A Novel (2017) 385 exemplares
The Handyman Method (2023) — Autor — 135 exemplares
Rust and Bone: Stories (2005) 125 exemplares
Cataract City (2013) 107 exemplares
The Acolyte (2015) 88 exemplares
The Fighter (2006) 69 exemplares
Sarah Court (2010) 64 exemplares
The Preserve (2005) 27 exemplares
The Coliseum (2011) 22 exemplares
Cascade (2020) 21 exemplares
Imprint (2006) 11 exemplares
The Breach — Autor — 9 exemplares
Vehicles (2011) 7 exemplares
Mother Bitchfight (2003) 6 exemplares
The Breach — Autor; Writer — 2 exemplares

Associated Works

The Best American Short Stories 2014 (2014) — Contribuidor — 273 exemplares
Dark Cities (2017) — Contribuidor — 83 exemplares
The New Black: A Neo-Noir Anthology (2014) — Contribuidor — 52 exemplares
Dead but Dreaming (Anthology) (2002) — Contribuidor — 46 exemplares
Rust and Bone [2012 film] (2012) — Original novel — 34 exemplares
Imaginarium 3: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing (2015) — Contribuidor — 19 exemplares
Damned: An Anthology of the Lost (2004) — Contribuidor — 11 exemplares
Howls From the Wreckage: An Anthology of Disaster Horror (2023) — Prefácio — 10 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum



I am scared of this man. Jesus butt-humping Christ.
beanskays | 58 outras críticas | May 14, 2024 |
Love love love Nick Cutter and all of his books, if I could do 4.5 I would.
This particular story was a little slow moving for me, hence why it took me two months to read, HOWEVER, the reading was still worth it. Chefs kiss to my favorite horror author
beanskays | 22 outras críticas | May 14, 2024 |
**2.5 Stars**

I think this in theory could be a really great book. I found myself struggling to connect with the main characters and the storyline the plot followed. The conclusion of the story did help me as a reader make more sense of story. That to me was the saving grace of the story. Everything had the starts of something I feel like I would really like, but I feel like I needed a bit more. In the grand scheme of things I didn’t feel connected.
clougreen | 35 outras críticas | May 8, 2024 |
Shocking and utterly depressing horror.

Not normally my cup of tea, but I was intrigued by the plague that was destroying the normal lives of humans worldwide. It was causing people to forget things and eventually they forgot to breathe and died. Searching for a cure, scientists have gone to the deepest part of the ocean to study a substance that has been found that they hope will help.

A veterinarian, Lucas (Like) Nelson, receives a message that the deep-sea station 8 miles below has gone dark and the scientists there incommunicado. His brother, the brilliant Dr. Clayton Nelson wants him and is down there in the Trieste working with two other men on their discovery. Luke is meant to go down and find out what is going on. He will soon be very sorry he did.

This was crazy descriptive with all kinds of hideousness. I recommend no one read this alone, late at night, without all the lights on. I both listened to the audiobook and read along, and all the icky stuff is within. The dreams are nightmares, and the waking experiences mostly match. it was all quite too much, and I kept going hoping that something good would come of it.

I ended up being a bit disappointed because the whole plague thing fizzled out and was never really part of the plot in the end. Every type of grossness imaginable in this book.

Thanks to the publisher for the e-book and I got the audio version from the library. The narrator was quite apt with the voices and the many different sounds and noises.
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CelticLibrarian | 58 outras críticas | Mar 21, 2024 |



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