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Extinction: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel PDF, ePub eBook Continue the epic story of mankind’s struggle against extinction in Book 3 of the bestselling “Hell on Earth” Series: EXTINCTION. VAMPS: After dealing with his rival, Pusher, and escaping the clutches of treacherous Prime Minister, John Windsor, Vamps and his last remaining friend, Mass, set out with the mysterious Aymun. A man who came from the gate that imploded on Oxfor Continue the epic story of mankind’s struggle against extinction in Book 3 of the bestselling “Hell on Earth” Series: EXTINCTION. VAMPS: After dealing with his rival, Pusher, and escaping the clutches of treacherous Prime Minister, John Windsor, Vamps and his last remaining friend, Mass, set out with the mysterious Aymun. A man who came from the gate that imploded on Oxford Street. The demons have destroyed civilisation, but Vamps isn’t going to take that lying down. GUY GRANGER: Guy is finally about to reach the shores of England with the faithful crew of the Hatchet. Will he finally find his children, Alice and Kyle? Or will he find a land of death? And can he trust his second in command, ambitious Lieutenant Tosco? Crossing the Atlantic was tough, but what lies ahead will be worse. RICHARD HONEYWELL: After failing to save his wife, Richard now must keep his son, Dillon, safe at all costs. His new companions at the Slough Echo seem trustworthy, but how long until the demon that took his wife, Skullface, attacks again? RICK BASTION: After reuniting with his brother and friends, what has become of fading pop star, Rick Bastion?

30 review for Extinction: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    William Bitner Jr.

    Genre - Apocalyptic/Horror Pages - 278 Just finished reading “Extinction: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel (Hell on Earth, Book 3) by Iain Rob Wright. Well, Iain has done it again! In a world teeming with demons and evil angels, heroes will come from the most unexpected places, and villainous reprobates will come from, well, the same place. Expect the unexpected and you will be fine. The plot moves so fast you may lose your breath. And look out for flying objects, as I was reading this book I found mys Genre - Apocalyptic/Horror Pages - 278 Just finished reading “Extinction: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel (Hell on Earth, Book 3) by Iain Rob Wright. Well, Iain has done it again! In a world teeming with demons and evil angels, heroes will come from the most unexpected places, and villainous reprobates will come from, well, the same place. Expect the unexpected and you will be fine. The plot moves so fast you may lose your breath. And look out for flying objects, as I was reading this book I found myself trying to get out of the way of flying human and demon parts. I literally found myself ducking out of the way. I also found myself saying what the hell was that all about (in a good way). I was glad I was alone in my living room when reading this book as I had a few outbursts. I love when a book gets you that involved...and Iain has a habit of doing just that. Great characters and a unique original storyline. I’ve read just about all of Iain’s books and have yet to be disappointed. I’m sure there is much more ahead...and I for one always look forward to his next release. Synopsis (from back cover): Continue the epic story of mankind’s struggle against extinction in Book 3 of the bestselling “Hell on Earth” Series: EXTINCTION. VAMPS: After dealing with his rival, Pusher, and escaping the clutches of treacherous Prime Minister, John Windsor, Vamps and his last remaining friend, Mass, set out with the mysterious Aymun. A man who came from the gate that imploded on Oxford Street. The demons have destroyed civilisation, but Vamps isn’t going to take that lying down. GUY GRANGER: Guy is finally about to reach the shores of England with the faithful crew of the Hatchet. Will he finally find his children, Alice and Kyle? Or will he find a land of death? And can he trust his second in command, ambitious Lieutenant Tosco? Crossing the Atlantic was tough, but what lies ahead will be worse. RICHARD HONEYWELL: After failing to save his wife, Richard now must keep his son, Dillon, safe at all costs. His new companions at the Slough Echo seem trustworthy, but how long until the demon that took his wife, Skullface, attacks again? RICK BASTION: After reuniting with his brother and friends, what has become of fading pop star, Rick Bastion?

  2. 5 out of 5

    thebonebreaker

    I am going to be a bit ambitious with this review. Rather than one book review, I am going to give you three. (I thought that I was going to be reviewing a trilogy, however thankfully these 3 books are hopefully only the beginning. I present to you the Hell on Earth series (Books 1 - 3) Iain Rob Wright is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. When I finished book one of this series, I immediately had to read book two, and when I finished book two, I immediately jumped into book three. Now, I am going to be a bit ambitious with this review. Rather than one book review, I am going to give you three. (I thought that I was going to be reviewing a trilogy, however thankfully these 3 books are hopefully only the beginning. I present to you the Hell on Earth series (Books 1 - 3) Iain Rob Wright is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. When I finished book one of this series, I immediately had to read book two, and when I finished book two, I immediately jumped into book three. Now, I have to wait like everyone else for book four to be released, which can't come soon enough! Here are my brief thoughts on each book: The Gates (Book One) If I had to choose one word to describe Wright's endeavor with this series, that word would be Epic!. This book is completely character-driven. Some chracters you will root for, other characters you will despise. Either way, you are with each of them on their journey of survival. Legion (Book Two) This one starts off with longer chapters than the first book (I am a fan of relatively short chapters), though in this case, the longer chapters are okay, as roughly the first 35% of the book is filling in the blanks from the first book (which is awesome) and introducing some new characters. (Speaking of new characters, I just have to say that the Caretaker needs his own story/book!) Both books 1 & 2 end with "Collateral Damage" which help explain the flip side of certain parts of the story. (which, again, is awesome!) Book 2 also has two (very captivating) Bonus Short Stories by author +Stuart Keane (who I will definitely be checking out!) Extinction (Book Three) Just to give you a time-frame - at the beginning of this book, it has been six-weeks since the gates first opened. You would think, by this time, some parts of the story would seem slightly stale. This is not the case, as Wright in no way makes this story repetitive. In fact, he introduces two new characters in this one (Beedle & Molok) who are, once again, deserving of their own tale. (and the identity of Skullface - whoa!!). Before I sign off, I just have to say that it was hard not talking about any of the characters, as I do not want to give any aspects of the story away. I do want to say, however, that I love the fact that at the end of book 3, Wright begins to allude to some of his other books (some of which I have not yet read). This opens the door to magnificent potential! There is so much to love about this series! I cannot recommend it enough!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Todd Oliver

    This series started out great! I loved it! It's a biblical apocalypse. Gates to Help are opening all over the world and demons are coming through to claim Earth and escape from Hell. The demons try to eliminate humanity to weaken God. Books 1&2 were very enjoyable. They were narrated by Nigel Patterson. This series takes place in the UK. Nigel had the perfect accent for this series and even did an great American accents for the few Americans in the story. Book 3 sadly uses a different narrat This series started out great! I loved it! It's a biblical apocalypse. Gates to Help are opening all over the world and demons are coming through to claim Earth and escape from Hell. The demons try to eliminate humanity to weaken God. Books 1&2 were very enjoyable. They were narrated by Nigel Patterson. This series takes place in the UK. Nigel had the perfect accent for this series and even did an great American accents for the few Americans in the story. Book 3 sadly uses a different narrator who, in my opinion, ruined this series. The story of book 3 is still good. If the series started out with Brad Gillam narrating, I would have given up after the first 10 minutes, but I was already invested in the series and wanted to complete it. Not only was the narration bad, but the editing was the worst I've ever heard! The narrator constantly messes up a line and then repeats it without editing out the mistake. I frequently hear him turning pages, drinking, and swallowing, as well as a few other background noises which were extremely distracting. His character voices all sounded almost the same, even the female characters. The narrator makes no effort to do any accents. The pacing of his narration was terrible as well. There were too many long pauses. I had to check to see if my phone died a few times. There were numerous mispronounced words! Another thing I didn't like was the yelling. He'd yell out some lines with his mic clearly too close. It was so loud that it was almost hard to understand. Nails on a chalkboard would have been more pleasant. My advice for this series would be to read it instead of listen. It's definitely worth the read. If you must listen, then get books one and two on audible and book 3 on Kindle. Having your phone's monotone voice narrate the ebook would be much better! And if the author sees this review and has any say in who narrates, please consider redoing this book with the original narrator if available, or at least a better narrator. This is a great series and deserves better than the horrible narration it currently has.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mylene

    They’re all back!!! I love everything that Iain Rob Wright writes. My favourite part is that he always brings back characters that you have learned to love in a new adventure. His stories are truly character-based and they will take you an amazing ride. You never know where his stories will go and who will pop up next. If you haven’t read this author yet, you need to get started, as I promise you, you will end up reading the entire catalog of work.

  5. 4 out of 5

    William Mead

    Great read I would recommend this to anyone who likes these types of novels Keeps you in suspense and on the edge of your seat

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    The third instalment in the Hell on Earth series was probably my favourite so far. There are so many great characters in these books and we got to see them all a little further into the apocalypse in this one. Iain ties up some of the overall plot threads nicely in this one but opens some others. I thought the books were going to be a trilogy but I now wonder if he will continue on. I’d love to see a novella about Vamps in the future. The book moves at a fast pace and is action packed from begin The third instalment in the Hell on Earth series was probably my favourite so far. There are so many great characters in these books and we got to see them all a little further into the apocalypse in this one. Iain ties up some of the overall plot threads nicely in this one but opens some others. I thought the books were going to be a trilogy but I now wonder if he will continue on. I’d love to see a novella about Vamps in the future. The book moves at a fast pace and is action packed from beginning to end. It’s also pretty emotional towards the end. Some great writing here. Another winner from Iain.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Richard Tolleson

    I had to drop this down to three stars due to the ending. It doesn't stop so much as it just ends. Although the book doesn't say so, it's pretty clear this was written with a sequel in mind. I've pretty much had enough. We never spent enough time with any of the characters to be fully invested in them, and the gimmick of the story wore off by the time we got to the end of the third book--at least for me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Tooker

    Armageddon Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the Author as part of his Advanced Reader’s group, however I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. The gates of Hell have opened. Demons and fallen angels alike roam the Earth freely laying waste to all in their path. Humanity has been reduced to a fraction of what it once was, but those who remain continue to fight. Guy Granger has succeeded in making the trip across the ocean from the US to the UK an Armageddon Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the Author as part of his Advanced Reader’s group, however I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. The gates of Hell have opened. Demons and fallen angels alike roam the Earth freely laying waste to all in their path. Humanity has been reduced to a fraction of what it once was, but those who remain continue to fight. Guy Granger has succeeded in making the trip across the ocean from the US to the UK and is determined to locate his children. After landing in Portsmouth, he and a small group set out amid the destruction and demon armies to tackle the evil head on. First off, I want to say that I find it difficult to write this review out of respect for the author not because it was that bad, but because it was just that good! “Extinction” is the third in the Hell on Earth series by Iain Rob Wright. While the timelines for the first two books “The Gates” and “Legion” ran pretty much simultaneously, you definitely want to read one or both of those before reading this new one. “Extinction” is action packed from start to finish and for me there were quite a few “what the heck!” moments that had me laughing, crying and even screaming at my kindle. For anyone who is a fan of Iain Rob Wright this book will not disappoint. One of the main things that I adore about this author is his ability to weave a handful of core characters throughout his stories. “Extinction” also has a touch of this element present, however for me to say more would be to spoil the entire book and I will not do that. If where will be a Hell on Earth 4 is hard to say. I can see where there is closure in this story, but there also appears to be several other stories that could spring from this this series. Until that time, I am looking forward to whatever Iain releases next as I am sure I will be blown away.

  9. 4 out of 5

    michael kelly

    Good Guy, Good Writer, Good Book This book is the third in the series but unlike many series it stands up as a good read without having read the previous books. That said there is a thread that runs though almost all of Mr. Wright's books not just this series. Almost all of the authors books have a connection some more then others. If you enjoyed reading this book or any of the writers previous works, I highly recommend going though his entire catalog many of which he will gladly give to you for Good Guy, Good Writer, Good Book This book is the third in the series but unlike many series it stands up as a good read without having read the previous books. That said there is a thread that runs though almost all of Mr. Wright's books not just this series. Almost all of the authors books have a connection some more then others. If you enjoyed reading this book or any of the writers previous works, I highly recommend going though his entire catalog many of which he will gladly give to you for free because once you become a fan of this man's work you will be waiting patiently for his next book. Lastly as an American I find it interesting to read books set in other countries and learning the differences of other cultures. I highly recommend joining his fan club not just for the free books but of being able to speak with an author who's books you enjoy.

  10. 5 out of 5

    lynn m harrison

    Surprised by how much I liked it! The 1st book of Hell on Earth series popped up on my Facebook feed and I’d skim past it a bunch of times. Then I thought why not look it up on Amazon. I read the 1st one, then automatically downloaded the 2nd and 3rd. I am surprised that I like it as much as I do. At 1st I thought the descriptive gore was going to be too much but I got over that. The story is good and soon I didn’t want to stop reading. I really felt these characters and i wanted them to succeed. Surprised by how much I liked it! The 1st book of Hell on Earth series popped up on my Facebook feed and I’d skim past it a bunch of times. Then I thought why not look it up on Amazon. I read the 1st one, then automatically downloaded the 2nd and 3rd. I am surprised that I like it as much as I do. At 1st I thought the descriptive gore was going to be too much but I got over that. The story is good and soon I didn’t want to stop reading. I really felt these characters and i wanted them to succeed. When they didn’t I was sad but when they did I cheered them on. I also liked how they came together to fight and help each other. Now I downloaded the 4th book and can’t wait to start it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chris Wells

    I couldn’t wait to read this book after having enjoyed The Gates and Legion, parts one and two of the Hell On Earth series, and Iain Rob Wright as usual didn’t disappoint. We back with the characters we’re familiar with from the previous books. Although not the final book of the series it had the feel of an ‘ending’ for a few of the characters’ stories. I’ll be interested to see where we go from here in book 4. Iain Rob Wright hooked me from the first time I read anything written by him and his I couldn’t wait to read this book after having enjoyed The Gates and Legion, parts one and two of the Hell On Earth series, and Iain Rob Wright as usual didn’t disappoint. We back with the characters we’re familiar with from the previous books. Although not the final book of the series it had the feel of an ‘ending’ for a few of the characters’ stories. I’ll be interested to see where we go from here in book 4. Iain Rob Wright hooked me from the first time I read anything written by him and his very high standards are here in droves. He is a classy, imaginative and scary as hell writer that I just can’t get enough of. Now, where’s book four?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    Ooops! Assumption. There's a quote in Silence of the Lambs which goes something like this, "never assume, it'll just make an ass of u and me." When I reached the end of this book, which like it's predeccesors I thoroughly enjoyed, my first thoughts were...what the ......? I had assumed that the series was a Trilogy! I couldn't believe that I'd reached the finale. Thankfully, confirmed by a frantic internet search, I found out that more was still to come. To other readers I say, don't make my mist Ooops! Assumption. There's a quote in Silence of the Lambs which goes something like this, "never assume, it'll just make an ass of u and me." When I reached the end of this book, which like it's predeccesors I thoroughly enjoyed, my first thoughts were...what the ......? I had assumed that the series was a Trilogy! I couldn't believe that I'd reached the finale. Thankfully, confirmed by a frantic internet search, I found out that more was still to come. To other readers I say, don't make my mistake, don't assume. To the author I say thanks for keeping me wanting more.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dallas Kitchens

    Of course I'll write a review for Iain rob Wright's, Extinction, my review is 5 stars out of 5, the writing, the way he grabs you by the neck and makes you read his work. Its hypnotic, once you start you can never start. I am so looking forward to reading #4. Thanks Mr Wright, you have a fan in me. You are definitely in my top 10 of Horror writers Until the next amazing book, Do yourself a favor, pick it up buy it or whatever, you wont be disappointed. signed, Dallas r Kitchens, ps your gonna ne Of course I'll write a review for Iain rob Wright's, Extinction, my review is 5 stars out of 5, the writing, the way he grabs you by the neck and makes you read his work. Its hypnotic, once you start you can never start. I am so looking forward to reading #4. Thanks Mr Wright, you have a fan in me. You are definitely in my top 10 of Horror writers Until the next amazing book, Do yourself a favor, pick it up buy it or whatever, you wont be disappointed. signed, Dallas r Kitchens, ps your gonna need a bigger boat

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kaye Nutman

    Third of this series... excellent read. When I finished book 1 I knew I would want read books 2 and 3 as soon as possible, and having come late to the party I was able to do so immediately as they’d already been written. This book does not disappoint. Whilst some ‘good’ characters are lost and others survive, the ending to book 3 hints at other worlds being involved. Loved them! Sad there is not a book 4 to download, so I’ll just have to explore other books by the author. If you enjoy this genre Third of this series... excellent read. When I finished book 1 I knew I would want read books 2 and 3 as soon as possible, and having come late to the party I was able to do so immediately as they’d already been written. This book does not disappoint. Whilst some ‘good’ characters are lost and others survive, the ending to book 3 hints at other worlds being involved. Loved them! Sad there is not a book 4 to download, so I’ll just have to explore other books by the author. If you enjoy this genre then you’re in for a treat!

  15. 5 out of 5

    John Brunton

    Its a hell of a journey to the end of the world Extinction is the 3rd book in iains hell on earth series and without any spoilers it is a gory non stop action packed ride. Though it does help to read the first two entries in the trilogy but these books are not for the squeamish. There is abundant blood and gore, it in a horror novel what do you expect. A journey well thought and one all horror fans should make, just be careful what gates you choose to open

  16. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    I have been enjoying the series but I thought this book was a bit rushed at the end. I felt the first two books were more character driven and this book started that way, but ended in a big rush and kind of silly in Hell. It seems like there will be another book coming and I will read it since I am vested in the series, but I hope the author brings it back around to the tone in his first two books. That being said, I would like to see a little romance between Tosco and the General!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Joy St John

    Best ever Although it's the apocalypse, I can't help but love this world and it's all because of the author's mastery with characters and with action. He is an amazing storyteller! This is my third in this series. I think I'm in love with Iain Rob Wright. I can't, nor do I want to read anyone else. Now this is the risk you take should you choose to pick up his work. Well worth it! Even though hell factors into the storyline in a big way, I'm in heaven. I'm gushing; I know!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Amazing and compelling read! As like the other books i have been unable to put down this amazing book. The story is so gripping i am eager to turn the page to find out what happens next. Even when I think there is no more that could happen something else grips my attention. Iain Rob Wright is an amazing author and now definitely among my top favourites. I can't wait to read another of his books!!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Deedra

    Audible:I guess the narrator does make or break the book.This was not good from the first few sentences.The narrator repeated lines over and over in the beginning.I just couldn't get in to it.Nigel Patterson was much better than Brad Gillam. for this series.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Wow Loved it! Mr. Wright's writing flows and the character development is so well done. I read this book in one sitting it was that hard to out down. Humans even flawed becoming heroes to battle evil and save the world. I look forward to more and highly recommend this series and others by this talented author.

  21. 5 out of 5

    David Hudson

    This series of books is like many of the author's other works. His formula: 1) something bad is about to happen; 2)I we meet a bunch of people in a series of vignettes; 3) we follow those people around. Some die, most do not. Improbable connections occur throughout; 4) people survive and the story ends.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Steve Abrams

    Great new twist on helll on earth A new twist on the theory of bell and demons. Full of likable characters and enough new ideas to keep the story moving. A fun and quick trilogy. I am a Wright can and will keep reading his stuff. Always a new and interesting story with characters you can identify with.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Helen Lancaster Lancaster

    Well Iain. I finally read it EXTINCTION The third story of the series (The Gates). What a great book it was. I loved how you brought characters from the last book back. It was like going back to your favourite soap and wondering will they live or die. It was well written with lots of tension hoping humanity will be restored. Liked the end also. Well done😄🔰 .

  24. 4 out of 5

    chris balden

    Roller coaster ride. I really enjoyed this trilogy and I enjoyed the characters. Vamps the gangster turned good guy with his gang mass and rick. The sea captain looking for his kids in the UK and the kickass General in Portsmouth. Excellent story and I'm sure I will read more of his books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kay Smillie

    And so ends the Hell on Earth series, or does it? Most horror novels bore me and the UK hasn't had a decent horror writer since the late James Herbert, but Iain Rob Wright is his natural successor in my opinion. Wright keeps the story going at a brisk pace with little time to draw breath. This has been an excellent series with this book the best of the three. Ray Smillie

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty

    And again... ... the third instalment was every bit as gripping as the first two. I've got to really know the characters and feel invested in what happens to them... bring on number four!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Connie Rocke

    Good Story These series of books have an interesting take on what the apocalypse can be and how people react. Good reading for entertainment. Reads almost like a movie - I can see the characters clearly.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ann Keeran

    An excellent addition to the Gates series. When the Gates opened and Hell flooded in, no one was safe. A fresh new look at what could happen when the Apocalypse comes. A definite must read for all lovers of horror.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Trivette

    Wanting more... As always, I am left wanting more. Iain makes you a part of the whole book. I felt I was right there with these characters. I am excited to see what he has in store next. Typically entertaining characters in other stories, I can't wait to read more about Damien.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Martin Wilkinson

    Perfect finale This third book in the series is a brilliant read and the characters flow through the chapters with ease. As gripping as the others books with storylines keeping you interested throughout and recommended read .

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