Resident Evil: Zero Hour (Resident Evil Series #7)

Resident Evil: Zero Hour (Resident Evil Series #7)

by S. D. Perry
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Resident Evil: Zero Hour 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you like the resident evil games you like this novelization of them
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Now all of the reviews before mine arw years before mine. Being 13 and seeing all the words of my *ahem* elders makes me think that this book needs a review from some new blood. But after reading it i realize i was wrong. This book is AMAZING! So let this this be a lesson to you. No matter how old someone is they are always righ about books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Ryanxia More than 1 year ago
I find it interesting that aside from the very first game I never played the Resident Evil video games yet I've read all the books and love them. Going from novel #6 (Code: Veronica) to this was a bit of a disapointment just for the fact that I wanted to see more progression with the characters, I wasn't ready (and hadn't noticed) that #7 was a prequel. Nevertheless, this was a good book, good character development and some interesting twists that provided new evil but didn't compromise the series. Recommend reading definitely.
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Chancie More than 1 year ago
...like myself. Due to my lack of a GameCube, I was never able to play Resident Evil Zero.

Now, I can't say whether it followed the game very well or not but I did find it very entertaining and a good substitute. But I'm sure that even if you have played it, I'm sure this is still worth a read.

The characters are rather interesting, revolving mainly around five of them. A few parts a little slow but it picks up again soon after. It does feel a little linear but obviously, that was to follow the game as best as possible, I'm sure.

My biggest complaint? Don't read this if you're a grammar freak. There is an insane amount of typos and errors, which drove me up the wall. But beyond that, it was very enjoyable.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I've played the Resident Evil games since I was just about five or six with my older brother, since I've gotten older I've been wondering when they would make books on the series like the way they made an awesome movie on the games. Trust me you won't want to put down this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The seventh volume of S. D. Perry's 'Resident Evil' series is a perfectly paced adventure. A consistent style follows throughout most of the books in this collection, the only missteps appearing in 'Caliban Cove' and 'Code: Veronica', and at times being predictable and formulaic which is a common pratfall of most series. This aside, the talent Perry displays for balancing scens and character development and positioning makes this particular group of works well worth having in one's collection. It would be worth having Ms. Perry bring this cycle of work to an even ten books, hopefully giving the character Trent an opportunity to find closure to personal quest which followed through of the previous stories!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I promise you if you have ever played the video games. You would want to read these books. Because they kick total butt. And that I promise you. I have played all the games and this gives a different insight into the player's mind. This is my favorite book besides the Underworld. You have to give this a try!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love the entire series! ive played every game and wondered what is going to become of the entire story! i cant wait until the next and the next and the next! i really want to know every detail and fact in the story! but i have all the books before this one and every single one is marvelous and if you have played the games it gives you an even better idea of what is going on in the games. BUY EVERY BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i loved this book. i love the resident evil series and this has to be my favorite!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was awsome, ever since i've been little i've hated reading and the resident evil books have gotten me to read alot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i am evan smith and this book tells about wat happened when the bravo team landed and before the mansion incident and who created the t virus.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a HUGE resident evil fan since it first came out for playstation. I have followed the story, and sure it seems choppy at times, but it's awesome. Now, when I heard about the novels, I was a bit worried they would ruin the idea of RE (like I feel the movies have...) but I've found the novels are BETTER than the games! Perry has truly taken RE in its purest form, and sent us through an adventure with vivid description on all the fun & gory details. I am curious to how well this will follow the story though, since in the previous novels,Rebecca often states that her first experience in combat was at the mansion, and even then she had no idea what umbrella was up to (plus she has no weapons or combat experience). At the end of RE0 for Nintendo, she has a magnum and grenade launcher, has done a LOT of battling, and knows the umbrella conspiracy. What will this do for the novel? Who knows, but I trust Perry, so first thing I am doing is runnin¿ out and buying it, to see how well she's covered this problem, and for the sake of reading yet another amazing RE Novel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that was the best series I have ever read in my whole life. Actually thats the only series I've ever read but still. But I dont think she should'nt make a book on Apocolypse, Dont get me wrong or anything it was the best movie in the world but in book 5 they killed Nemesis so she shoul make one on the 4th game and other resident evil games.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am sure the latest installment of the Resident evil series based on the video games will be an exquisite and much anticipated piece of the collection i am sure most of us are reaching for off the bookshelves. This as well as the novelization of Resident Evil Apocolypse will probably be jumping off of the shelves at ur nearest bookstore. Make sure u get ur copy as soon as possible. and remeber, Resident evil Apocolypse the book is due out Sept 1st.
Guest More than 1 year ago
a few people arent sure if this is an original story or the novilization of RE 0. well if you view the larger photo of the cover, you will see that its number is 0. now on with the review. i am an avid reader of many books(sci-fi and fantasy being my favorite). i really enjoy series, when i saw the Umbrella conspiracy, i thought i give it a try(mainly cuz i was almost sick of re-reading lord of the rings, not that i still dont re-read them, at the time it was all i read.) i was amazed at the graphic description given by Perry. She does an amazing job describing each and every detail. i continued the series. afterwards, when RE 0 came out on nintendo, i wondered if she would write a book about that one. now my question was answered. rest assured i will be one of the first (and only where im at, a churched based town) to be at the store to buy the book. but, now i have a new question. i recently read in my GameInformer magazine, that im subscribed to, that they are making a RE 4. i wonder if Perry will novilize it as well. it is really a toss-up. she might just because thats what she does, but then she might not because there arent any zombies or umbrella in the new RE. i can only hope she does, i would hate to see her imagintion on RE go to waste
Guest More than 1 year ago
S. D. Perry is a genius with the Resident Evil Books, and I havee been reading them all since they first started coming out. If this one is anything like the others, it will kick major a**. I just hope that it's not the last as the title seems to imply...though if it's an adaptation of Resident Evil Zero -- the one where Rebecca has a solo adventure taking place before the firs one -- I might be reluctant and cautious in reading it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the movie was awesome, more than 'indeed sir' could ever do in his life, so don't be dissing a perfectly good masterpiece. But i am also waiting for this book to come out, i havent read the entire RE series, but theyve been great so far, and i hope S.D. Perry keeps up the good work. And RE: Apocalypse, the second RE movie, looks incredible too. cant wait for that one to come out too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Uhhh i have read all of the resident evil series and they were all excellent...when i would play the game i would seriously get a little freaked (hehe) but after i have read it i play the game and the book has just filled me in on everythin'.... i absolutely cant wait for #7
Guest More than 1 year ago
S.D. Perry is quite a genius in her writting's of the RE series. Quite frankly, I believe that if the Director of the RE movie had the slightest bit of interaction with her the first RE movie wouldn't have sucked *insert body part here*. Mrs. Perry, you madam, are excellent in writing these novels, and I hope that you willl continue to do so for a very long time :) I enjoy how you incorporate your own subliminal ideals into the plot as well, because frankly, Trent is a God-like figure. I highly suggest Capcom brings Trent into the RE storyline as well, it would add some linear-ity to the storyline other than, zombie here, chemical spill there, *insert huge explosion here to cover up our tracks* Blah Blah Blah.