The Peeling Trilogy

The Peeling Trilogy All three Novellas of the Peeling series TODAY THE WORLD GOT SICKThe Peeling is a series of novellas set in a world ravaged by a deadly plague Each book follows the individual story of one of the surv

  • Title: The Peeling Trilogy
  • Author: Iain Rob Wright
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  • Page: 376
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  • All three Novellas of the Peeling series TODAY THE WORLD GOT SICKThe Peeling is a series of novellas set in a world ravaged by a deadly plague Each book follows the individual story of one of the survivors of this horrible new existence They can be enjoyed as standalone tales or as part of a larger, overall narrative All three Novellas of the Peeling series TODAY THE WORLD GOT SICKThe Peeling is a series of novellas set in a world ravaged by a deadly plague Each book follows the individual story of one of the survivors of this horrible new existence They can be enjoyed as standalone tales or as part of a larger, overall narrative BOOK 1 Jeremy s ChoiceBeing a security guard at a news station meant Jeremy found out about the peeling before anybody else But that didn t prevent the deadly, unknown virus from infecting his wife After years of neglect, unfaithfulness, and lies, is it finally time for Jeremy to do right by the woman he loves Or is it too late BOOK 2 The StadiumBrett went to the football stadium for safety They all did But the deadly, flesh eating virus, The Peeling, doesn t care about walls It isn t long before the stadium starts to look less like a refuge and like a prison BOOK 3 WarriorsWith barely a soul alive, Sergeant Parker and his squad scour the land, looking for survivors, but will they succeed only in finding nightmares BONUS CONTENT Also includes the prequel story The Peeling Of Samuel Lloyd CollinsPublished author, Iain Rob Wright, was born in 1984 and lives in Redditch, a small town in the West Midlands, UK, with his loopy cocker spaniel, Oscar, his fat old cat, Jess, his many tropical fish, and the love of his life, Sally Writing is the passion that fills his life during the small periods of time when he isn t cleaning up after his pets.He is the author of several novels, including the critically acclaimed, The Final Winter, and the deeply disturbing thriller, ASBO.

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    1. The self publishing industry is a whole lot like Goodwill, the Salvation Army, or any other second hand thrift depot. You dig through the refuse looking for gold, sometimes running into a half eaten sandwich in the process, or cutting yourself on a chipped teacup. There are times when the digging really pays off. You locate the missing piece of a rare set you collect, or something so bizarre that you fail to have the words to accurately describe your findings.The Peeling Trilogy caught my attent [...]

    2. The writing is sloppy, the plot is unamusing. The entire book is put together with snippets of dialogue.Abandoned after the first 2 stories.

    3. I'll start by saying that this story was very interesting but I couldn't stand all the language. Cut out half the language and ill read it.

    4. A book of three "Books" (ie short stories) with different characters experiencing different aspects of the events. All parts are as well written as you would expect if you've read any of the author's other work, the horror aspects are very nicely done, as are all the characters, and the time line.The first two parts fit nicely together, although the third one is a little random and could have easily have been set in pretty much any end-of-the-world series with little or no connection to the prev [...]

    5. Enjoyable enoughEnjoyable, for the most part, but more editing needed. I enjoyed the twist of the final story. I enjoyed some of his other offerings more.

    6. Book 1: I have been looking forward to more of this gruesome, yet riveting, story since it was hinted at as a freebie at the end of Animal Kingdom: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel (a fantastic read!).This tale gives you a little glimpse of the horrors inflected upon a variety of individuals, which are unfolding all over the World by a new plaque which literally peels the skin off its victims, IRW manages to describe this in glorious technicolor!for such a brief tale, you cant help but be totally abs [...]

    7. I really enjoyed how they were short stories around different characters, but about the same event and even intersecting a little. They fit together better than I would have thought before I read it.The various plots were interesting, and kept my attention quite well. The stories were pretty short and went by quickly for me, maybe a bit too quickly. I felt like I'd just get to know the main character/narrator and then the story would end.I'd also like to see a continuation of the story because i [...]

    8. I was looking forward to reading this book, and I wasn’t disappointed in the least. Although the writing needs a little editing, I enjoyed this story immensely. Each story is told from a different point of view, the one more frightening than the other. The fear, pain, and tension of the characters as they are devoured by the peeling disease is palpable. From the cheating security guard, the people trapped in the stadium, to the British Army attempting to overtake a barricaded supermarket with [...]

    9. What a thrilling end to an amazing trilogy.The Peeling is a story that had me grip from start to finish.The characters were real and grew on me!The plot, even though done before was so unique in its presentation that I can definitely recommend this and tell any reader, that theyhave never read a story LIKE this before.It was an amazing trilogy and a must read for every Horror / Thriller readerWaAr.

    10. Beautiful writing as everI do love this authors writing style, like a very sick ray bradbury at times. I'll read whatever this author writes, even though sometimes his masterpieces can be frustratingly short. I really hope this author succeeds and I look forward to the day he's on the shelves in the bookshops with many other excellent horror writers.

    11. I absolutely loved it! I was a little sad when it was finished because I enjoyed it so much. Self-published can be incredible if you are interested enough in reading to give them a try! He's since become one of my favorite short story authors in the horror genre! If you enjoyed this, check out A is for Antichrist and the rest of the alphabet.

    12. Gory and gruesome stories featuring several different characters coping in the face of a devastating virus that is wiping out half the world's population. Good writing but shame about the apparent lack of proof-reading, which can be a bit annoying at times. 8.5/10

    13. A trilogy of novellas where the separate stories intertwine to make up one picture of an 'end of the world' apocalyptic scenario. Another very good Iain Rob Wright offering. He,for me,is very quickly finding his way to the very top of the horror genre pile.

    14. I quite enjoyed these short stories. They were well written snap shots into short periods of time. I think the one thing that let the book down was that I would have liked to have seen more depth of character, but that was always going to be difficult in the short story format.

    15. A great series of books.Only wish I'd read them in order & then thinks would have made more sense. Book 4 is book 5 basically. Patient Zero being book 4 which I read last. Now you know that, enjoy. I did.

    16. The characters felt like real people. This is one of the most important things for me in a book. If the people aren't people than i will never be immersed in the story. The sickness was very gross! I'm hoping that this collection of shorts will lead to more. Perhaps a full length.

    17. Three short stories intertwined together, which left me wanting more. This could be a full novel as the story is strong enough. Good stuff.

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