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In the near future, set on the first day of the outbreak of “The Death,” a big hospital in the East End of London—already hit by government cutbacks and increasing social unrest—hears reports of something happening at the All Hallows church protests. Within hours some of the patients begin to “change” . . . This is the next installment in the Zombie Apocalypse! series.


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In the near future, set on the first day of the outbreak of “The Death,” a big hospital in the East End of London—already hit by government cutbacks and increasing social unrest—hears reports of something happening at the All Hallows church protests. Within hours some of the patients begin to “change” . . . This is the next installment in the Zombie Apocalypse! series.

30 review for Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital

  1. 4 out of 5

    Isidore

    The first two books in the "Zombie Apocalypse" series were a sort of literary jam session featuring many of the best authors in the horror genre. This next entry is a solo effort. On the basis of slight familiarity with his other work, I'd say that Morris can be an excellent writer, but here he seems defeated by zombie-pulp formulae mostly absent from the earlier books, which were characterized at least as much by imagination and mood as by violence and gore. There's simply nothing in the present The first two books in the "Zombie Apocalypse" series were a sort of literary jam session featuring many of the best authors in the horror genre. This next entry is a solo effort. On the basis of slight familiarity with his other work, I'd say that Morris can be an excellent writer, but here he seems defeated by zombie-pulp formulae mostly absent from the earlier books, which were characterized at least as much by imagination and mood as by violence and gore. There's simply nothing in the present book which isn't slam-bang action. Morris handles it well enough, but the novel aspires to so little that it's scarcely worth your time (unless, of course, nonstop slam-bang action is exactly what you're looking for). He doesn't descend to the puerilities of Max Brooks, and fleeting glimpses of our dystopian near-future are interesting, but he also doesn't seem interested in combining enthusiastic pulp trashiness with nifty ideas and insolent wit, as the folks at Abaddon Books regularly manage to do with ease. So, a disappointment. I see Lisa Morton is presiding over the next installment––a good choice. She should be adept at juggling imagination and action.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Constant action and an easy read, but you had to suspend any sort of scientific belief - so many plot holes and bits that made absolutely no sense. The gangster language of one of the 'main' characters was very grating too. This book confirms the series is going down hill - only the first one was in any sense good.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    Rip roaring and flesh rending good fun here. It had a nice twist to the zombie outbreak.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michael Bertrand

    Mediocre entry in the series. Zombie Apocalypse #1 and #2 were mosaic novels, with entries written by multiple authors in a variety of formats. Those two introduce the zombie invasion and establish several recurring characters. This novel discards the mosaic format in favor of the usual approach: one author, and mostly one narrative. The author does include a number of different character perspectives- but it's all in one location over the course of one twenty-four hour period. Readers will witne Mediocre entry in the series. Zombie Apocalypse #1 and #2 were mosaic novels, with entries written by multiple authors in a variety of formats. Those two introduce the zombie invasion and establish several recurring characters. This novel discards the mosaic format in favor of the usual approach: one author, and mostly one narrative. The author does include a number of different character perspectives- but it's all in one location over the course of one twenty-four hour period. Readers will witness the adventures of several nurses, a gang banger, an ambulance driver, a trio of inappropriately dressed bachelorettes, and many others, as they attempt to survive the zombie infestation at the hospital. Horror Hospital does use the world established in Zombie Apocalypse #1 and #2- so if you haven't read them you might not get some references. But those references aren't essential to the plot. The plot itself is very straightforward: zombies show up and start eating people. Everyone tries to survive. It's the same basic plot used in every zombie movie and tv series since George Romero filmed Night of the Living Dead. If you're okay with by the numbers zombie-horror, then this is the book for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Megan Byrne

    Personal response: I really quite enjoyed the book Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital by Mark Morris. In this book he did an amazing job with the plot, back stories, and characters. However i do wish that Mark would have spent a little more time on how the characters were feeling threw out the book. I also believe he should have had a few less characters, because with so many characters it gets a bit hard to follow. Plot summary: At the beginning of the book we get a small hint at how awful the c Personal response: I really quite enjoyed the book Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital by Mark Morris. In this book he did an amazing job with the plot, back stories, and characters. However i do wish that Mark would have spent a little more time on how the characters were feeling threw out the book. I also believe he should have had a few less characters, because with so many characters it gets a bit hard to follow. Plot summary: At the beginning of the book we get a small hint at how awful the city of London is in this book threw a gang battle. The next main part of the story is when Sam gets bit at the club from what i assume is the first carrier of the virus. As we read on threw the book Sam's friends then take her to the hospital where she turns and attacks a nurse, a gang member and one of her friends before getting restrained. Threw out the book we are introduced to more people at the hospital fighting threw the out break of the zombie apocalypse. Recommendation: I recommend this book for ages twelve and up do to some of the sexual references, gore ,and violence. I also feel this book is more tailored towards guys but I also feel some girls who are more into horror would enjoy this book as well like I did.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    This was a good quarantine read. It was a bit disjointed, but if you can overlook that, its enjoyable.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tim Schmidt

    Not amazing, but it made for great train reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    So as promised, I got four more of these in the mail--and again, the covers are so bad. Really the cover of the Washington DC one with zombie Sarah Palin the worst objectively--and I'm not sure if it's because I have now easily surpassed the 1,000+ pages of this series, but these awful covers are growing on me. As are all these books! For such dull names and cheesiest cover of all time, these books are among the cleverest horror I’ve read. This one not as strong as the larger three part trilogy/ So as promised, I got four more of these in the mail--and again, the covers are so bad. Really the cover of the Washington DC one with zombie Sarah Palin the worst objectively--and I'm not sure if it's because I have now easily surpassed the 1,000+ pages of this series, but these awful covers are growing on me. As are all these books! For such dull names and cheesiest cover of all time, these books are among the cleverest horror I’ve read. This one not as strong as the larger three part trilogy/anthology/whatever-the-hell these are, but still so neatly tied into the universe as whole, my enthusiasm is rewarded. This is actually special since it has a straight up narrative of some characters we've seen before--the first book had snippets of what happened inside the hospital--the doctor doing the autopsy, the nurse that they try to save by amputating her arm, so I read this knowing what happened to most of the characters, but really with the force they're up against--evil Elizabethan warlock, his Well of 7 Super Followers, and the End of Times Flea Monster God, Anarchron they've brought back in their quest to take over world--you know it's not going to really end well. Sir Thomas, the busiest evil man in horror, makes an appearance in this one--and you actually see how he winds up in government hands to begin with after his escape from the vault. You find out more poor nurse with arm backstory, the deal a bit with the New World Pharmaceutical people, and cameo by the evil shadow dwarf that is living in the hospital basement/creepy museum of historical horrors. I would not start on this one--I think this book's enjoyability level would go down without knowing the full backstory of The Festival and how the plague pit got opened, and how it all started in the 1800s, with all the hints of prior badness, but it makes a nice standalone. I liked the nurse, the gangster, and the ambulance driver who team up to try and get out of the hospital alive. In this world they are familiar with the concept of zombie, so there's actually not much of the "oh I'll just give this snapping person CPR because no heart beat" that most zombie books/shows have and it transitions into survival mode pretty fast. Even with the smart acquire weapons, try to distract zombies, lock doors behind you, get outside help, GTFO out of there when outside help gets slaughtered, the fact that the zombies come with TONS of fleas and there are literally clouds of them chasing you, makes getting out alive rather difficult. But I like how these books have done the Mad Zombie King and his followers (some of whom we've seen are able to get their free will back and try to help survivors). Now that I'm on the 5th book of these, I can see how these authors can keep this going almost indefinitely--would make good video game or movie too.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erica

    I've read a lot of negative reviews of this book, which actually surprises me. While it's definitely not written in the same anthology style (which is part of what made the first book(s) so enjoyable), I did actually enjoy it, a lot. The entire book takes place during day one of the outbreak and is told from several different characters' POV - I really did get the impression that they were different characters due to the way the narratives were written - all centering around a hospital. While I I've read a lot of negative reviews of this book, which actually surprises me. While it's definitely not written in the same anthology style (which is part of what made the first book(s) so enjoyable), I did actually enjoy it, a lot. The entire book takes place during day one of the outbreak and is told from several different characters' POV - I really did get the impression that they were different characters due to the way the narratives were written - all centering around a hospital. While I did miss the way the previous books were comprised; with diary entries, police reports, news articles, e-mails etc, I still think the way the story was "divided" with the different characters made it work, and work well. Yes, the previous book are better, but I still think that this book is worth the read for any zombie aficionado.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anji

    Brilliant. Mark Morris has a wonderfully.fluent writing style, and this is an extremely descriptive and well thought out plot, which has left me wanting to find out what happened to the surviving characters...there is a lot of potential for further adventures featuring Cat and Carlton. For those people who detract...I have read the first two ZA instalments and it makes reference to people and incidents featured in those books, so it IS relevant...and it is always interesting to discover what els Brilliant. Mark Morris has a wonderfully.fluent writing style, and this is an extremely descriptive and well thought out plot, which has left me wanting to find out what happened to the surviving characters...there is a lot of potential for further adventures featuring Cat and Carlton. For those people who detract...I have read the first two ZA instalments and it makes reference to people and incidents featured in those books, so it IS relevant...and it is always interesting to discover what else was going on at the time in other locations...and with other people. Am looking forward to reading both Endgame and ZA Washington Deceased.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Holden Attradies

    An over all underwhelming entry in a outstanding series. Not sure why they decided to do a normal point of view entry in the series, but it was lacking in all of the things that made the other entries in the series capital A amazing. As a story on its own it was just... bland. There was nothing here that really added to the zombie lit genre and unless you had read the other entries in the series a lot of what was going on probably wouldn't make a whole lot of sense. If your looking for a safe, qu An over all underwhelming entry in a outstanding series. Not sure why they decided to do a normal point of view entry in the series, but it was lacking in all of the things that made the other entries in the series capital A amazing. As a story on its own it was just... bland. There was nothing here that really added to the zombie lit genre and unless you had read the other entries in the series a lot of what was going on probably wouldn't make a whole lot of sense. If your looking for a safe, quick pulpy read this might be for you. But if you want more from your zombie lit I only recommend this for compelet-ists who want to have read the whole series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Xondra Day

    * POSSIBLE SPOILERS * I liked it, but there were things about the story that didn't appeal to me like: - Fast zombies which are not my thing. - zombies with superhuman strength. - The way the virus(?) was transmitted. I'm still not sure if it was a virus or not... All in all even with the stuff I didn't like I think it's still a decent read for the genre. The action scenes were done nicely. I will probably check out another book in this series to get a better hold on the story at some point.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dade Pickell

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really enjoyed this book. Not a whole lot of nonsense filler and non stop chaos all the way through.. The characters were ok and some of the death scenarios were ehhhh. I think the relationship between Cat and Carlton made this whole book for me though. The way those two interacted with eachother throughout the story line kept me wanting more.. I will say the biggest disappointment was the ending the way they just left Cat and Carlton the way they did than the last chapter IDK what to think ab I really enjoyed this book. Not a whole lot of nonsense filler and non stop chaos all the way through.. The characters were ok and some of the death scenarios were ehhhh. I think the relationship between Cat and Carlton made this whole book for me though. The way those two interacted with eachother throughout the story line kept me wanting more.. I will say the biggest disappointment was the ending the way they just left Cat and Carlton the way they did than the last chapter IDK what to think about that. It was like reading from a preppy teen girls diary

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    I Loved the first ZA. Did not like the second one. I really enjoyed this little prequel. It does reference people/times from the first novel-so it would be better if you read that first. I agree with what someone else wrote that the gangster language of one character could be grating-but given all the action, and that it was pretty fast paced, you were quickly brought to another scene that he wasn't in-problem solved.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I haven't read the other Zombie Apocalypse books to compare against, but I enjoyed this one. The story is told from different perspectives as the story progresses, so there isn't a particular main character or group to cheer for or anticipate survival. The book is a blood bath with a zombie virus from different sources.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Set in a hospital obviously,a story of hospital life interrupted by the admission of the infected a member of a hen party which quickly spirals out of control as the hospital then gets locked down by government troops and seen through the eyes of different characters like the previous books,it's fun to read with horror a plenty.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wheeping Angel

    Just finish this master piece and got to say is "WOW"....for a book that started and finish just now is very rear... If you love zombies then this is for you. But this one has different type of zombies then I ever seen...but I won't give away the details because it would ruin the book...but I give this book 5 zombies out of 5

  18. 5 out of 5

    Coral Davies

    A fun, silly little spin-off.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chip

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kellyann

  22. 4 out of 5

    Galen Hall

  23. 5 out of 5

    Justin Freese

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anny

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ceyrone

  27. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

  29. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  30. 5 out of 5

    Quijote229

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