This was a good old-fashioned horror story.
It's amusing reading this for a while but it eventually gets a bit tired because we the readers have little reason to empathize with any of the characters.
He has completely changed the story to a satisfying full book that took just 2 days to finish reading.
Great tie in with the actual disintegration of the Hammer movie studio as to a screen writer coming up with a movie plot to save the studio. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julie Franklin
It's clear from just the book blurb the author is paying respects to the 60s' era horror films. I can't really speak on whether it succeeded in that, being unfamiliar with them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jonathan
It was a strange book. It did have some good parts, but at times it was hard to follow. Not as good as I expected it to be.Published 16 months ago by Mrs. Tracy R. Buck
This was an quick and easy read, but did not grab my attention or provide the scary thrills anticipated from the description or reviews.Published 17 months ago by sharon sparlin
During World War II card sharp Nicholas Castleford, who is on the run for fraud, ends up on the wrong train, at the wrong time, at the wrong town of Chelmsk, an uncouth town where... Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by Mark Louis Baumgart
Hell Train had my attention immediately due to the author, who is one of my favorites with his Bryant and May detective stories. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by France
Fowler's rip-roaring yarn is truly the Hammer film that time (and, sadly, the development executives) forgot, with enough camp to fill Glastonbury Festival, plenty of claret to... Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by Frazer Lee
I can't believe so many people enjoyed this book. I found it awful. I read it over a month ago and I'm still upset that I wasted vacation time on this piece of junk. Read morePublished on May 4, 2012 by Super Librarian