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Wow, there are seven of these I saw the Stephen King recommendswhich has so often led me to terrible books, but some fantastic ones too And well the title and cover I would have to read something like that Is the storm man made by crazed scientist Somehow imbued with evil a la Christine Sentient No to all of the above, but a massive hurricane is about to beat down on the California coast at the same time as a whole bunch of unfortunate incidents A secret government lab has been kidnap Wow, there are seven of these I saw the Stephen King recommendswhich has so often led me to terrible books, but some fantastic ones too And well the title and cover I would have to read something like that Is the storm man made by crazed scientist Somehow imbued with evil a la Christine Sentient No to all of the above, but a massive hurricane is about to beat down on the California coast at the same time as a whole bunch of unfortunate incidents A secret government lab has been kidnapping homeless people, snatching them off the streets in a van, to infect them with a rage induced 28 days virus and pit them against each other for sport in the sub basements The government scientists are too busy doing coke and having bathroom orgies to prepare for the storm, board up the windows, secure the tons of infected homeless they have, or make sure that they have a working back up generator The Alex Jones like radio host, who does conspiracy podcasts, teams up with nationally renowned homophobe and men s rights activist, who is also a Batmanesque billionaire, with his militia of homeless veterans to investigate the government compoundJUST AS THE STORM HITS Meanwhile, we follow the adventures of a single black mother who is unwillingly doing a delivery for a drug dealer because her baby needs expensive medical procedure and she doesn t have insurance We also track the happenings of sad divorced dad who lost the custody of his child to his meth using bitch ex wife who lied to get sole custody, who asks his old childhood bully, now cop, for help Oops to all that As the book established all of the above, I asked myself, am I about to get into Werewolf Cop territory Really, all the back stories made me raise eyebrows galore But no, it was at most, at it s worst moments, a were pup Werewolf Cop can rest easy that it s still the worst alt right thriller I ve accidentally read Besides the backstories, the story runs at a fast clip and he does action very well You can pretty much guess what happens if all the above converges at one spot, at the same time as a category 5 storm Yes, the prisoners get out and start infecting people and running amok Yes, the druggie wife pays dearly Yes, the nefarious government sends a kill squad to eliminate all the witnesses The best passages really are the storm And I m not being facetious I wish there was actuallystorm related carnage And the book would have been a whole lot better if the subplots of psycho cop sad dad I thought CA had good insurance Mom were taken out and if it just focused on the hospital He said like 30 militia went in, and 9 came out show us wayof what happened then instead of Oh haven t heard back from the team that checked that eastern stairwell exposition I will actually read the next one though, because I see it got even higher reviews than this one and for schlock it s surprisingly fun Load of old tosh Shallow characters, an irritating tendency to rely on cliffhanger chapter endings, and at the end he clearly got bored with his own story because he resorted to the easy option of killing off most of his characters I m embarrassed that I bothered to read this in the first place In fact why did I Homeless people have been disappearing off the streets of Eureka, California and some conspiracy buffs are convinced they have been kidnapped, taken to a supposedly abandoned psychiatric facility and are now being used as guinea pigs in a very disturbing military experiment The conspiracists decide to mount a rescue operation just as the worst storm in recorded history is bearing down on them At the same time, in another part of town, a deputy sheriff with a decidedly psychopathic bent is havi Homeless people have been disappearing off the streets of Eureka, California and some conspiracy buffs are convinced they have been kidnapped, taken to a supposedly abandoned psychiatric facility and are now being used as guinea pigs in a very disturbing military experiment The conspiracists decide to mount a rescue operation just as the worst storm in recorded history is bearing down on them At the same time, in another part of town, a deputy sheriff with a decidedly psychopathic bent is having a very bad day When he runs into Andy, an old friend , and his son, he decides to take the pair on his own version of patrol whether they want to go or not Needless to say, these two events are heading for a collision of epic proportions and things will go horribly wrong for everyone concerned.Okay, so admittedly, this all sounds like one of those wild and wacky shows from the Syfy channel like Sharknado known mostly for their absolute over the top violence, gore, and crazy and their complete and utter disregard for the laws of, well, anything And there is no question that there are some of these syfy or, if you prefer, scifi elements in Frankenstorm, the latest from author Ray Garton However,than anything, Frankenstorm is horror and, like the first Frankenstein tale that pitted man against science and man against man, it makes the point that science without ethics and people without morals are both terrible to behold And what makes these tales so horrifying is the very real possibilities they offer we all know a story like Sharknado s just make believe thank goodness because that would be really messed up but, let s face it, even those of us who don t think fluoride in the water is a secret government conspiracy to do what we don t know but it s got to be really bad because, ya know, government do wonder occasionally what new horrors science may unleash upon the world in the name of National Defence But put aside the scary possibilities it evokes or, for that matter, the impossibilities, Frankenstorm is one heck of a thrill ride It s chock full of really bad bad guys and some very eccentric but likable good guys who, despite their love of conspiracies, are just your everyday Joes willing to do what they think is right no matter the risk It is also one heck of a pageturner with pretty much non stop action Throw in a scumbag scientist with a sex and drugs addiction, some rampaging zombies, and a virus that, if set loose from the lab, can destroy us all and you ve got one fun read This book was listened as one of eleven books that s scared Stephen King He even wrote a recommendation himself and I fell for it because I have read a few of the books and liked them so why not We ll, I should have skipped this one because it was AWFUL So poorly written and evenpoorly edited It has a decent plot but that spins quickly out of control kinda like the massive hurricane the book is supposed to be about Just skip this one. [ EBOOK ] ♑ Frankenstorm ☸ Remember when paperback originals were cool Sex, action, suspense Try FRANKENSTORM It s old school Stephen KingA storm of epic proportions is brewing off the coast of northern California Residents have been warned to prepare for disaster It s a false hope in the face of what s comingFrankenstormIn a secret government lab, virologist Fara McManus tries to stop an experiment out of control before human subjects are infected But in a blazing hail of bullets, survivalist Ollie Monk launches a paramilitary attack on the lab, releasing the infected into the night And as the nightmare escalates to a fever pitch, internet blogger Ivan Renner traces the destruction as it claims victims, beginning with a single mother unknowingly spreading the virus A father and son, held hostage by a lunatic A local sheriff, single handedly fighting madness, murder, and worseNo one will find shelter from this stormPraise For Ray Garton Gripping, original, and sly Dean Koontz on Live Girls Garton will scare you Fangoria Includes Ray Garton s bonus story The Guy Down the Street I m not sure where to start this review of Frankenstorm First off, the title will be enough of a grabber to at least get people to read the blurb on the back of the book where they will also see plugs from such notables as Stephen King and Dean Koontz There s a LOT of stuff going on in this book To begin with, there is a rare Category 4 hurricane that threatens to wipe the city of Eureka, CA off the map Outside the city limits, there is a basement full of genetically altered homeless peo I m not sure where to start this review of Frankenstorm First off, the title will be enough of a grabber to at least get people to read the blurb on the back of the book where they will also see plugs from such notables as Stephen King and Dean Koontz There s a LOT of stuff going on in this book To begin with, there is a rare Category 4 hurricane that threatens to wipe the city of Eureka, CA off the map Outside the city limits, there is a basement full of genetically altered homeless people who have been used as guinea pigs in a government experience to create a new military weapon Oh yeah, there s a mad scientist who s behind these experiments There s a paramilitary unit with the goal of freeing the homeless captives How about a deranged sheriff s deputy who s already killed his wife and child and now decides to start taking the law into his own hands And, not to be forgotten, a down on her luck woman who agrees to deliver a package to a group of drug dealings only to generate enough cash to help pay for her crippled son s medical bills And certainly not to be left out, a father who rescues his son from his doped up ex wife, but soon finds himself in an evendangerous situation.Somehow, author Ray Garton keeps all of the parts of this plot in the air at the same time The book was originally released as a serial novel, so each major section ends with a cliffhanger of sorts The story does just fine as a complete book It would take too much space to try and explain how all of these different characters come together in this plot, so I will refrain from attempting to do that Just let it be said, that the book is difficult to put down, even though there are parts that make it wholly unbelievable The ending seemed a little rushed and too pat for my liking, but this is a solid thriller that will satisfy Garton s fans and the casual reader alike First offGreat book The premise is pretty disturbing The dreaded Government is at it again They are developing a biological weapon to beat all biological weapons They ve hired this doctor, who is suffering from serious drug addiction, to develop a weapon that will make people sick, and then go into a murderous rage This doctor isn t interested in testing on rabbits and mice He wants the real deal So, he hires men to take the homeless off the streets and into the labs They are locate First offGreat book The premise is pretty disturbing The dreaded Government is at it again They are developing a biological weapon to beat all biological weapons They ve hired this doctor, who is suffering from serious drug addiction, to develop a weapon that will make people sick, and then go into a murderous rage This doctor isn t interested in testing on rabbits and mice He wants the real deal So, he hires men to take the homeless off the streets and into the labs They are located in an abandoned hospital naturally Everyone still thinks it s abandoned, because the doctor has the back of the hospital, that is conveniently located in deep woods, as their entrance and has his subjects located in back There are a few that are worried about the homeless In particular, a certain conspiracy theorist who thinks the Government is responsible for everything, including this dilemma So, he decides to break them out He is convinced that they are in there, so he brings his other heavily armed homeless buddies to storm the gates and save the homeless from whatever is going on They happen upon another doctor who is sick of doing this to innocent people She quickly chooses to be on their side, as she tells them everything that this crazy doctor is doing Letting these people out is just a bad, bad idea They are already infected, and react violently against the people hat are trying to save them Things get bloody and scary from there I loved this idea for this book I wasn t really rooting for anyone, though Some of the characters were a little clich , but tolerable I liked the story line a lotthen I liked the characters, however That being said, it was still a great book Oh, dear I forgot There is also a cat 5 hurricane going on during all the fun in the hospital That made the story a lot better More action Who can resist murderous homeless test subjects in a frickin hurricane Not me This review is based on the serial novel as released in January February of 2014 All in all, a pretty good read I have read other Ray Garton books that I likedbut this one was OK There are basically 3 or 4 major groups of characters involved in the story The actions of one group can have a ripple effect on other groups, which is an aspect I did enjoy very much However, for me, sometimes it seemed like there were almost too many characters to keep track of That s certainly not to sa This review is based on the serial novel as released in January February of 2014 All in all, a pretty good read I have read other Ray Garton books that I likedbut this one was OK There are basically 3 or 4 major groups of characters involved in the story The actions of one group can have a ripple effect on other groups, which is an aspect I did enjoy very much However, for me, sometimes it seemed like there were almost too many characters to keep track of That s certainly not to say that Garton doesn t make them interesting I just think it made it difficult for me to get as invested in any of the characters as much as I did in Ravenous Bestial or Live Girls Night Life Still, this is a book by Ray Garton, so you can t go wrong, no matter what Check it out Have to admit I read this one because Stephen King himself recommended it, and I say, Thank you, sir I really enjoyed reading the story with the full characters, crazy weather, and scary plot. Like many others, I found out about this because I read an article that listed 11 books that, Scared the Hell Out of Stephen King , and this was one of the 11 Now over all years I ve learned not to trust Stephen King s endorsements, If I had a quarter for every johnny Come lately that he called The Master of Macabre , I could buy a case of Blue Moon But this one was actually really, really goodThe Bay area of Northern California is about to be hit by a monster of a hurricane, Or is it a Typh Like many others, I found out about this because I read an article that listed 11 books that, Scared the Hell Out of Stephen King , and this was one of the 11 Now over all years I ve learned not to trust Stephen King s endorsements, If I had a quarter for every johnny Come lately that he called The Master of Macabre , I could buy a case of Blue Moon But this one was actually really, really goodThe Bay area of Northern California is about to be hit by a monster of a hurricane, Or is it a Typhoon I guess it all depends on Geography Anyway the hurricane typhoon isn t the main antagonist like I thought it would be, instead it just kinda hangs around the back ground while the rest of the story unfolds around the real main secondary antagonists which are some homemade well they re not really zombies but they re kind of like zombies, and a psycho cop that makes the security guard in P2 look like a teddy bear.I m not sure if all editions have it, but my kindle edition came with a bonus story that was dark, disturbing and really good It kind of reminded me of the Twilight Zone s The Monsters are Due on Maple Street