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Publisher Description

Raccoon City: a remote mountain community suddenly besieged by a rash of grisly murders. At the epicenter, a dark secluded mansion belonging to the mysterious Umbrella Corporation. Deployed to investigate the strange goings-on is the Special Tactics and Rescue Squad (S.T.A.R.S.) but what unfolds as the team penetrate the mansion’s long-locked doors is terror beyond their worst nightmares.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
September 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
Titan
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
542.2
KB

Customer Reviews

F.Cross ,

Good book

I really like residentevil a lot grew up playing it since I was twelve I really like the book and really like to see it as possible remake on the ps4 as a game playing with friends and being by yourself to give it that scary fill like all hope is lost and you have still keep the will to keep pushing forward to survive like how they work as a team then actually seeing one player solve all the puzzles and kill the bosses like in the game like the different story and angles you saw what the others experience and how they work together at the end to kill the tyrant this book shows survival horror should be like what emotions they felt as the story went through I feel the same satisfaction as beating the game so thank you for making such a really cool book.

Kd5emf ,

Not a book Series

Resident evil can in no way be considered a series of books. It is a collection of books with a similar theme. They are good books they all seem to have the same character names but different books have characters doing totally different things supposedly at the same time.

Sveeter ,

Repetitive and underwhelming

I'm a fan of the Resident Evil games; but they didn't translate well to novel at all. The writer of the book tried to give backstory to the events of the original game which was a noble effort to flesh out the story, however, the backstories are riddled with silly cliches. The overall writing of the book is repetitive and choppy. The writer literally reuses the same descriptive sentences on a few pages. It gets old. Even as a fan of the game, I can't really recommend this book to anyone.

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