The Fear - Charlie Higson Reviews
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Newest Review: ... stories of the Enemy with those of The Dead. It will also bring together the stories of all the different groups of children ... more
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Charlie Higson The Fear (The Enemy)
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The Fear by Charlie Higson
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by - written on 18/01/12, updated on 19/01/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
My apologies to anyone who read this previously. I had mistakenly reviewed 'The Dead' in this place. This is the correct review for 'The Fear'. 'The Fear' is the most recent of Charlie Higson's "zombie" books. Zombie is not quite correct in terminology though, and the word is not used in these books. This book is not about the undead. Instead it deals with the survivors of a catastrophic plague which has infected every person over the age of 14 in a very short period of time. Many of the infected simply died, but those who survived have turned into insane creatures gripped with psychopathic rage who hunt , rip apart, and eat the uninfected - which ... Read the complete review
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