Resident Evil: Underworld - S.D. Perry Reviews
Description:ISBN 0671024426 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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by - written on 18/11/11 (Useful, 25 readings)
S.D Perry has brought the Resident Evil series to Novel form and included some of her own ideas into the mix. Perry has an amazing ability to craft and weave already constructed ideas into a fresh new light. Underworld is the second original novel in the Resident Evil series Perry has written. It focuses on the two survivors of Resident Evil 2, Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield and Rebecca Chambers who survived the original Resident Evil nightmare along with the survivors from her other original book Caliban Cove. On their way to Europe to converse with other members of the STARS team hellbent on taking down the Umbrella corporation the mysterious man Trent, ... Read the complete review
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