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The Enemy

Charlie Higson ☆ 5 Download

Have become sickos ravaged by disease everyone under the age of fourteen is fighting to surviveChris and his friends are determined to mark World Book Day but. I read this a few months after finishing the main series and it was really nice to read something new with these characters again

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When a fellow survivor turns against them they're left defenceless Can they stop a gruesome attack from their violent enemy in a deadly battle of geeks vs zombi. Another great addition to The Enemy franchise in this short story originally published for World Book Day 2012This story features familiar characters from The Enemy series and fits somewhere between The Sacrifice and The Fallen the opening scenes of Higson's latest following directly on from this bookSeeing as it's only a short diversion there's not too much going on but we do get a short story told with the usual style of humour horror and action

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Can't get enough of Charlie Higson's gruesome Enemy series This exclusive short story will satisfy that thirst for blood and goreIn a changed world where adults. I read this book first by mistake It's actually a short story which ties in with a larger series of novels As it happens this wasn't a handicap as the situation was made clear very uickly and without a huge info dump a group of kids have made themselves a safe place in the British Museum after a disease has killed most adults and left the rest as brainless cannibalistic horrors zombies basicallyThe book is obviously aimed at kids or young adults but doesn't shy away from using the kinds of everyday swear words that kids would know and use Nor does it shy away from gore with blood pus and turds all present in uantity It's the exuberance in this area which actually gives the book its charm if that's the right word in the contextIt's very well written My first instinct upon discovering my mistake was to put it aside till I'd read the earlier books first but I didn't want to put it downIt is a short story so the plot is brief Basically some of the kids decide to stage a World Book Day and sit up all night reading Others however are twisted by the grief they have experienced and naturally all falls into terror and chaos as the 'sickos' infected adults enter the building looking for supperThe sense of peril is real the descriptions are good the characters are well definedI'm looking forward to starting reading this series properly from the beginning


About the Author: Charlie Higson

Higson was educated at Sevenoaks School and at the University of East Anglia where his brother has taught since 1986 and is now a professor of film studies where he met Paul Whitehouse David Cummings and Terry Edwards Higson Cummings and Edwards formed the band The Higsons of which Higson was the lead singer from 1980 to 1986 They released two singles on the Specials' 2 Tone label Higson th



10 thoughts on “The Enemy

  1. says:

    I read this book first by mistake It's actually a short story which ties in with a larger series of novels As it happens this wasn't a handicap as the situation was made clear very uickly and without a huge info dump a group of kids have made themselves a safe place in the British Museum after a disease has killed most adults and left the rest as brainless cannibalistic horrors zombies basicallyThe book is obviously aimed at kids or young adults but doesn't shy away from using the kinds of everyday swear words that kids would know and use Nor does it shy away from gore with blood pus and turds all present in uantity It's the exuberance in this area which actually gives the book its charm if that's the right word in the contextIt's very well written My first instinct upon discovering my mistake was to put it aside till I'd read the earlier books first but I didn't want to put it downIt is a short story so the plot is brief Basically some of the kids decide to stage a World Book Day and sit up all night reading Others however are twisted by the grief they have experienced and naturally all falls into terror and chaos as the 'sickos' infected adults enter the building looking for supperThe sense of peril is real the descriptions are good the characters are well definedI'm looking forward to starting reading this series properly from the beginning


  2. says:

    This short story gets an extra star for it being World Book Day and referencing Rincewind


  3. says:

    36 How did I not know this little one existed? Was a good little reminder and prep er for me since I'm about to start the last and final book in the series my gosh that ending for one of the kids in this story bummer but I'm not surprised because it's Higson he's not nice to any of these kids


  4. says:

    This short story was not enough to hold me over I need books 6 7 That is how addictive this series is


  5. says:

    I read this a few months after finishing the main series and it was really nice to read something new with these characters again


  6. says:

    I've been wanting to read this for sooo long and I'm so happy to have finally read it


  7. says:

    This is a fun short story from the world of the The Enemy where children are the only survivors of a terrible disease which killed most of the adults and turned the remaining ones into what are effectively zombies This world book day tie in seems some of the kids at the Natural History Museum attempt to celebrate World Book Day but they are teased about it by bully James and zombie scientist Paul who is still trying to get over the loss of his sister He loses it and suddenly the geeks have to save themselves from the zombies It is good fun but the story could do with some fleshing out a bit which is perhaps appropriate for a zombie story I just felt it needed a proper ending where there is actually some acknowledgement of what happened


  8. says:

    Geeks vs Zombies is a nice addition to the enemy series I've read it right after the enemy because I'm still waiting for my other books to arrive and I craved another part of the storyIt hasn't got much plot but it's only a short story so there shouldn't be much plot anyway It still was an interesting short story about the kids in the Natural History Museum There were some characters which weren't that likable but it was a nice change from the enemy where I couldn't really decide if I liked some characters or notIf you enjoyed the series I would highly recommend this to you


  9. says:

    Another great addition to The Enemy franchise in this short story originally published for World Book Day 2012This story features familiar characters from The Enemy series and fits somewhere between The Sacrifice and The Fallen the opening scenes of Higson's latest following directly on from this bookSeeing as it's only a short diversion there's not too much going on but we do get a short story told with the usual style of humour horror and action


  10. says:

    I read this first by mistake but it does give you a uick insight as to what to expect from the series I reread it when I got the the relevant part in the series and the whole thing made a lot sense I don't think it works that well as a standalone piece but is a nice xtra if you are reading the series


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