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There is a lot of violence and it is extremely gory - in fact James Herbert seems to go out of his way with every book to find new ways to shock and disgust you.

In Shrine, he explored his Roman Catholic heritage with the story of an apparent miracle which turns out to be something much more sinister.Good Is Not Soft: While trained to prevent violence, Halloran's traumatic past has immunised him to fear and mercy - those who threaten him or his charges can expect a swift, violent end. In fact, that paragraph is, I'd say, not only the only prose that is actually in any way noteworthy as prose in the novel but also the only moment of particularly effective writing in the entire thing. I never thought I would like any James Herbert books, as I had heard some horror stories - quite literally!

The tale just seems to keep on expanding, with more and more puzzling questions being raised around every corner. Originally published in 1987, this novel was written in the middle of James Herbert’s career, an author who has been referred to as the British Stephen King. The Corrupter: Having chosen staff comprised of worldwide miscreants, Kline nurtured the malign tendencies of each.By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. Meanwhile, Shield operative Dieter Stuhr is found murdered, the motive of Neath’s prospective invaders remains unclear, and the true nature of Kline’s powers heralds revelation to shake Halloran to the core.

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