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Nightlife: Hazardous Material

by Matthew Quinn Martin

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"Hazardous Material" is presented as a sequel novella to "Nightlife" - but honestly, it feels like it was already written, and then the author added on an ending containing revelations to tie it in to the previous novel.

It's a mainstream-genre horror story, and many of the elements are familiar: The walled-off scene of a mass killing, a creepy-carnival atmosphere, and a haunted videogame from an abandoned arcade that may bring death and madness into the present day...

All that, I very much enjoyed. But the ending takes an abrupt turn, and I'm not sure that it worked well at all. I wish it'd just stuck with the first track. ( )
  AltheaAnn | Feb 9, 2016 |
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