151 Sun March 24 2013 - 21:54:46
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Comments: Thanks for the comments. I just finished GENIUS, which I enjoyed, but I must admit I was waiting or wanting a spooky , ghostly style intervention. However, the thrill element, like CHAOS THEORY was superb, and the power mower "accident" was very appropos. All in all I totally enjoyed GENIUS. I will re-read Probably the HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT or maybe, well, I'll decide soon.
I am really quite keen to get the new Rook Book. Outside of that, I plan to watch all the Three Stooge Material I got in the ultimate collection ( I think it was EVIL DEAD that ripped off the Stooges, and a story on radio called The Peoria Plague is really like the Wells of Hell, both lots of fun, but Wells of Hell of Hell is better; if I could find my copy of DEVILS OF D DAY I would re-read that, that would be a great audio book [ hint hint ] :-) ).
Thats Graham !!
152 Fri March 22 2013 - 21:36:37
Fullname: Fiona Douglas
Comments: I've not been on this board for about a year, I've not had time for many books either! 3 kids takes it's toll!! But after hearing about the loss of James Herbert I dug out some of his books and I'm re-reading the David Ash series. I was talking on Facebook with one of my friends about him and she was sad about it and at a loss on wha to read so I've dropped her some of Graham's books in to try, she's starting on The Plague........ which has also made me line up a load of Graham's books to read next! I've forgotten the joy of a good horror book..... please forgive me Graham!!!
anyway I hope you and your sons are well.
153 Fri March 22 2013 - 11:40:00
Comments: There was an article in the free Metro newspaper about the death of Mr Herbert, but it never said what he died of. Had he been ill?
I think my favourites were The Others, Nobody True and Secrets of Crickley Hall. I was a bit of a latecomer to Mr Herbert's books.
154 Thu March 21 2013 - 12:35:18
Comments: Domain is also my favourite James Herbert novel.
155 Thu March 21 2013 - 04:05:03
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Sorry to hear about Jim. He had a great sense of humor and was a really nice guy.
156 Wed March 20 2013 - 21:47:47
Fullname: Kevin Etheridge
Yes, gutted to hear the sad news of the passing of James Herbert this morning. He will indeed be greatly missed. Like you Matt, 'Domain' is my personal favourite as well...I've read all his books over the years and shall miss reading anything new by him. He came through Gatwick while I was working some time ago and did not look well at all.
Deeply upsetting news indeed.
RIP James Herbert.
157 Wed March 20 2013 - 21:40:55
Fullname: Matt williams
Comments: Terribly sad about James Herbert. He was responsible for getting me into 'adult' horror. When I was around 13 I picked a copy of The Rats (with its gaudy PB cover) from my parents' shelf and didn't look back. I have read all his novels and enjoyed the majority (yes, even the bonkers Ash!).
So glad I met him and got him to sign my copy of my fave JH novel, Domain at Brighton World Horror a few years ago (which Graham also attended). He will be sorely missed and I doubt we will see his likes again.
158 Wed March 20 2013 - 19:33:21
Comments: Herbert had quite a good story in the SCARE CARE compilation: "Breakfast".
159 Wed March 20 2013 - 19:18:56
Comments: Can't believe the shock news about James Herbert.
160 Wed March 20 2013 - 19:04:54
Comments: the Kindle comment was me... not sure how Anne's name replaced my own.
161 Wed March 20 2013 - 18:49:07
Comments: To me it sounds like it is just bad proof reading and not an inherent problem with the Kindle. All of this should be picked up at the editing stage.
162 Wed March 20 2013 - 18:37:02
Comments: Sad news about James Herbert.
163 Wed March 20 2013 - 14:15:34
Comments: Well, I have just finished Demon's Door and Garden of Evil and I have to say, without sounding sycophantic, that they were well worth waiting for!
Jim Rook gets better and better. Even Tibbles got a major mention..lol
I did spot a small error, early on in Garden of Evil - there was a 'she' instead of a 'he' but I blame proof readers. I've often wondered how you get that job..it sounds ideal to me.
Anyway, I jsut wanted to say to anyone on here who hasn't read them yet - you really, really need to read them soon. I've passed them on to Jessica for her enjoyment now. Garden of Evil definitely raises a few philosophical 'issues' with my Catholic teachings - never heard of Lilith and that's what I love about your books, Mr Masterton all that lore/knowledge wrapped up in your storyline.
Thanks again for hours of enjoyment...
164 Wed March 20 2013 - 09:10:49
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Standing in line at the supermarket?
165 Tue March 19 2013 - 12:48:26
Comments: If you can't boast on your own message board to your own fans, where can you boast?
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