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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Tim Curran
  • ISBN:
    0980606586
  • ISBN13:
    978-0980606584
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  • Publisher:
    Severed Press (March 31, 2010)
  • Pages:
    320 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    342
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Biohazard by Tim Curran is a nice post nuclear war novel. I will say first off that it doesn't match the standards of Tim Curran's dead Sea (doesn't even come close) but it is still a very fun read that tries and succedes at dripping some originality into the very bland and unoriginal stew of apocalyptic horror. this one is definitely on the list.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The day after tomorrow: Nuclear fallout. The human race trembling on the edge of extinction. Only the desperate survive. One of them is Rick Nash. But there is a price for survival: communion with a ravenous evil born from the furnace of radioactive waste. It demands sacrifice.

Curran, Tim. Nash, Nash, Nas. t’s there, Nash! It’s right there I tell you! I saw i. fucking saw it looking at me- Then my light found it, too, and something in me sank, submerged forever. fucking saw it looking at me- Then my light found it, too, and something in me sank, submerged forever it and to this day I know I saw it, but I couldn’t have. For there are mutants and then there are mutants. Maybe not one rat, but two or three that had grown into a single flaccid nightmare mass that was horribly puckered, hairless, and fish belly white. That’s what I saw. It reposed on a filthy, stinking pile of debris, cannibalized human.

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Tim Curran is an American author of horror fiction from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. His works include the novels Skin Medicine, Hive, Dead Sea, Resurrection, Skull Moon, The Devil Next Door, and Biohazard. His most recent books have been The Spawning, the short story collections Bone Marrow Stew and Zombie Pulp, and the novellas "1867: The Skulleater Campaign", "The Corpse King", and "Fear Me". 2004: Skull Moon (Amber Quill Press). 2004: Grim Riders (Amber Quill Press).

The day after tomorrow: nuclear fallout.

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Tim Curran is a Michigan-based horror writer and is the author of the horror novels SKIN MEDICINE, DEAD SEA, HIVE, SKULL MOON, TOXIC SHADOWS, GRIM RIDERS, RESURRECTED, BIOHAZARD.

Tim Curran is a Michigan-based horror writer and is the author of the horror novels SKIN MEDICINE, DEAD SEA, HIVE, SKULL MOON, TOXIC SHADOWS, GRIM RIDERS, RESURRECTED, BIOHAZARD, THE DEVIL NEXT DOOR, and THE CORPSE KING. No favourite quotes to show. Peter Scartabello Composer.

The day after tomorrow: Nuclear fallout. Mutations. Deadly pandemics. Corpse wagons. Body pits. Empty cities. The human race trembling on the edge of extinction. Only the desperate survive. One of them is Rick Nash. But there is a price for survival: communion with a ravenous evil born from the furnace of radioactive waste. It demands sacrifice. Only it can keep Nash one step ahead of the nightmare that stalks him-a sentient, seething plague-entity that stalks its chosen prey: the last of the human race. To accept it is a living death. To defy it, a hell beyond imagining

Small Black
If it's one thing I hate the most with reading a book that has such a great start is a terrible ending!
Biohazard had such a strong start that I dived right into story. Rich detail on charterers, places, mutated creatures, bugs, people and destroyed cities. The book doesn't waste any time getting to the point of the story and something is always happening after a few pages. It had charterers I really liked Sean, Mickey, Texas Slim but sadly the more interesting charterers die off which I wish in this book they didn't die! And it has it's fair share of bitchy and really annoying charterers. The main charterer Rick Nash wasn't that likeable and wished it could have been someone outs like Sean instead.

Another thing I really liked the mount of violence in the book very graphic detail of mutated creatures & people being killed along with the piles of rotten corpuses it never showed any sign of stopping which made me read more it! When it came near the end almost everything who stuck together and lived through Nash picking people for The Shape to sacrifice was really causing anger among the cast and when they reach Bitter Creek where The Shape wanted them to go they are attacked by government group to show they were the ones who released this virus and The Shape wanted Nash to travel all the way just to kill them. Which in the end everyone but Nash dies as he records his finial words being wondering off or to kill himself after having enough of the bulls*** that he has had to deal with...and I won't blame.

I don't understand why end such a good book like this to a terrible ending! Does everything need to end with a s***ty bad ending all the time?! When I first saw the cover of this book and saw the almost 5 in a half star rating I thought this was going to be a really good book and even when I read a good chuck of it I strongly believed the ending won't be bad but when I did learn it had that type of s***ty ending I was very disappointed!

So if you plan on getting this book read this review and choose wisely. You may regret buying it.
Clodebd
This is the 3rd novel I've read from the criminally underrated Tim Curran, the 1st two being the absolutely killer Hive and Dead Sea. This book is alot of fun. The book is a gore and apocalyptic fiction fans dream. If you love fast action featuring hideous and squishy nuclear mutants mixed with enough gore and putresence to make even the most hardened stomachs churn, then this is the book for you. I'm a seasoned horror fan and even I got a tad queasy (but in a good way). The writing is tight, fast paced and incredibly addictive. If you're a fan of the splatter of early Peter Jackson films, enjoy the horrible mutants in games like Resident Evil and Fallout or just in the mood for an utterly balls to the wall nuclear nightmare then be sure to pick this up. Just don't read it while you're eating.
MARK BEN FORD
This is my third book in a row by Tim Curran and I have to admit that this one surprised me. No I wasn't shocked by the blood and the gore and the horrible mutations caused by nuclear war, as I have a pretty high shock threshold. Okay there was one giant, mutated beastie in the sewer that did kinda gross even me out. I was kinda shocked by the notion that some sentient ball of nefarious evoyl (something that makes that little green ball in Heavy Metal look like a soap bubble) known as The Shape, demands that the protagonist make full moon sacrifices of friend and foe. But as Mr. Curran certainly painted the portrait of a dangerous, unforgiving state of the world, I got the message that the main character, Nash had to do what he had to in order to survive. Charged with a calling and under danger from mutated, diseased freaks and monsters all the way, his is not an easy task, despite his band of supportive followers. The Shape is a cruel and vicious god of cosmic nuclear devastation, but chasing Nash and his band of survivors across a nuclear-devastated land is something just as nasty, a living mutation of disease on a titanic scale, annihilating everything in its path...as it, the Medusa comes. Honestly, the amount of gore and death in this book is not for the light-hearted but the ending is absolutely brilliant in its final pages. The only thing I can even liken it to is sitting in the dark while watching the flame on a candle die out. Brilliantly terrifying!
Cobandis
It's okay. The positives: Curran has a truly inventive (if horrific) imagination and this novel throws you creature after disgusting creature, all sorts of weirdness, a bleak atmosphere, and many genuinely unsettling concepts. Just what a horror fan needs.

The thing is, the book suffers from the same weakness as the other Curran novel I've read, Dead Sea. I'll call it the "monster in the show cabinet" effect. Basically, Curran is good at making monsters to go in the cabinets, but the plot is just him opening one cabinet after another. "Check THIS out! Now check THIS out!" It's fine for a while, but it quickly grows tedious, because you know you're only ever about twenty pages from seeing some new horrible thing. None of the characters are particularly interesting, and though they do change, it's not really in a believable way, so I didn't much care what happened to them and was left with only the weird happenings to keep me going.

On one level that's fine, you're not reading a novel named Biohazard for subtlety, but a sequence of encounters with gross monsters isn't really a plot. The book would have benefited from downtime, some slower-paced scenes, and a stronger and more compelling through-line. In this case, I would have liked a bit more information and development of the Shape, especially since it's such a driving force of corruption.

Truthfully it's probably a two star book - it kept me engaged enough to finish, but I probably wouldn't read it again. There's too many good books unread. Still, there are a lot of hacks writing lousy kindle horror books and Curran isn't one of those. He's got genuine talent, and he's trying. Worth an extra star for that.