"Deserves to be shelved next to the current breed of really good sci fi. It's a page turner with a message," bookiemonster.co.nz
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Believable zombie-ism. Not your standard zombie story. Not your standard zombie threat. Well written. Can't. Stop. Reading. You will hold your breath near the end. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Virginia Llorca
Set in the north eat of England come this story about forensics, genetic modification of humans, corporate greed all wrapped into a fast paced and elegant thriller that is hard to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Richard G.W. Kenyon
Well, I finished this after staying up till 4.30 am (because I couldn't put the damn thing down!) and began writing this review as soon as my head could conceivably leave the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Shah Wharton
This is not a new theme for horror mysteries, although this has some unique and interesting details. Read morePublished 21 months ago by William E. Hall
Generation by William Knight
What do you get when you combine a medical/crime thriller with science fiction/horror? Read more
The general concept of re-generation of dead people which turns them into zombie types is interesting and unusual, but the author draws it out so long that I lost interest.Published on February 21, 2013 by Ernie Fordham
What would happen if you died and you were really alive? Your flesh is being eaten by worms and you could feel them feasting.
This is no zombie story but a real possibility.
I liked the characters in this book. William Knight creates believable characters on both sides of the equation. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Anthony McFadden
You have to stay on point when reading this. The details were graphic, I was able to visually see every scene in my mind. Loved it.Published on October 29, 2012 by Samantha Devon
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Is this book really about your choices? Is it your choice to live in a state of horror? Or is it perhaps the choice of the company that sold you the treatment. Or perhaps the choice of the scientists that produced a morally questionable product that sold anyway regardless of risk or consequences?
Nov 23, 2011 by William Knight | See all 6 posts