Book Summary of Quake
Details of Book: Quake (BSID:53679)
|Author||Laymon, Richard Laymon|
|Publisher||Headline Book Publishing|
|Number of Pages||567|
|Dimensions||6.9 x 4.4 x 1.5 inches|
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Laymon's novel `Quake' which was first published back in 1995 is a fast-paced disaster tale that draws upon the events of a small number of survivors that are left to cope with the after effects of a giant earthquake. Leaning heavily towards the elements involved in a classic post-apocalyptic nov...
Richard Laymon was an author whose prolific sensibilities and writing work ethic guaranteed himself a legacy that keeps on giving: even if youâ??ve managed to slough through the majority of his tomes, chances are there is still a couple more lurking in the wings somewhere, just waiting to be tapped...
When reading a Laymon novel, I realize that I am not about to embark on high brow literature that is sure to score a Pulitzer Prize. I read Laymon for the wild storyline, and unbelievable acts and mindsets of his characters (good and/or bad). "Quake" is one of the biggest disappointments this aut...
Quake by Richard Laymon is one of those novels that makes you think that yeah, maybe this actually would happen if a massive earthquake struck LA, but only for about half of the novel. The story follows three people trying to achieve something in the aftermath of the quake. This is made all the m...
This mammoth Laymon epic of mayhem is about the aftermath of a large earthquake in Los Angeles. The book contains three story lines that concern the Banner family: Clint the dad, Barbara the daughter and Sheila the mom. Clint and Barbara have to face chaos and violence filled journeys across L.A....
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