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An alien craft has crashed in the Antarctic.
A creature has crawled from the wreckage and become frozen in ice.
The men of Fafnir Station have transported it back to their base.
Some of the men can hear it whispering in their mind.
Some are afraid and want to destroy it...
...and some will kill to defend it.
"The Thing: Zero Day is a surefire hit... A complete blast, loaded with menacing monsters, action and frenetic mayhem.” - HorrorNovelReviews.com
“The Thing: Zero Day is full of fast paced, thrilling, nail biting action! Brilliantly written, amazing characters that grab you immediately and take you with them on their suspense filled adventure.” - Quater After One
“A suspenseful, exciting and chilling ride and I am so glad to have been able to read it” - Bookolio
“Well written and very entertaining… and the overall vibe is pretty creeptastic!” - The Mouths of Madness Podcast
“Zero Day is a wonderful piece of writing which compliments Carpenter’s movie superbly.” - Bookolio
“The Thing: Zero Day, makes you feel the way you felt the first time you read ‘Who Goes There?’, because Lee McGeorge’s way with words is brilliant.” - Codices
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A very faithful prequel
This was much better than I expected. Faithful to both the original novella and the John Carpenter. Some of the dialogue seems very Scooby Doo (“Jeepers?”) - but i really admired the detail of the creature and its assimilation methods, very reminiscent of the movie. Very highly recommended for fans of the movie and ‘Who Goes There?’
The true prequel
This prequel story to John Carpenter's The Thing is much better than the 2011 movie. It has interesting characters, the continuity between it and the 1982 movie has little to no mistakes, and it does something new and isn't a retread of the 1982 movie. It also adds elements from "Who goes there?" (The original story The Thing is based on). I could not stop reading it as it always kept me on edge and wondering what was going to happen next. I consider this to be the true prequel to John Carpenter's The Thing and I highly recommend this for any fans who have seen all 3 movie versions of The Thing or any sci fi fan.
The story was creepy and scary. It explained exactly what the The Thing was. This was a non-stop Read full of all kinds of surprises right up to the thrilling end.