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  • Paperback
  • 306
  • Terminal
  • Brian Keene
  • English
  • 01 January 2019
  • 9780553587388

10 thoughts on “Terminal

  1. says:

    Posted at Shelf Inflicted 25 year old Tommy O’Brien learns he has terminal cancer and has only a month or so to live He has no health insurance is deep in debt and recently lost his job Desperate for cash and wanting to provide for his wife and son he and two best friends Sherm and John plan to rob a bank The main character is very well dr

  2. says:

    This hardcover is copy 63 of 400 copies and is singed by Brian Keene

  3. says:

    Note this is a different book from the one titled Terminal by a different publisher Though the two are associated This hardcover book is copy 175 of 300 produced and is signed by Brian Keene

  4. says:

    Terminal is a bleak story of a man with terminal cancer looking for a way to support his family once he has passed Desperation takes hold and he makes a decision that will affect many people than he realisesI liked the book but I didn’t love it The plot was interesting but some of the characters needed a bit development and too many of their actions didn’t seem very well thought out The book is a decent read it’s not Brian’s best wo

  5. says:

    What an amazing story Picture Breaking Bad Reservoir Dogs and Breakfast Club mixed in a blender You'd get thisWell done Keene

  6. says:

    Brian Keene needs no introduction Needless to say I've read much of his work novels and novellas short stories and elouently written informative and sometimes in your face postings on his website The man can fucking write period I will admit to having this novel for years in my collection and knowing a little about it and somehow not getting around to reading it Talk about hidden gem A very dark one at thatTwenty five

  7. says:

    This was a great book very well written with an intriguing protaganist who you feel as conflicted about as he does Totally satisfying ending w

  8. says:

    A thriller that initially packs an emotional punch before giving way to typical Keene fair Terminal is a thought

  9. says:

    Possibly the most depressing book I've ever read but also one of the best You really put yourself in Tommy's shoes and wonder what you would do I can't recommend this one enough

  10. says:

    A good novel that appears to be about dead end life and a bank heist but is actually something much much

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Brian Keene ☆ 3 read

Terminal

From award winning author Brian Keene comes a darkly suspenseful tale of crime and the common man with a surprising jolt of the supernatural Tommy O'Brien once hoped to leave his run down industrial hometown But marriage and fatherhood have kept him running in place working a job that doesn't even pay the bills And n. Note this is a different book from the one titled Terminal by a different publisher Though the two are associated This hardcover book is copy 175 of 300 produced and is signed by Brian Keene

summary í eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Brian Keene

Ow he seems fated to stay for the rest of his life Tommy's just learned he's going to die young and soon But he refuses to leave his family with less than nothing especially now that he has nothing to loseOver a couple of beers with his best friends John and Sherm Tommy launches a bold scheme to provide for his famil. Terminal is a bleak story of a man with terminal cancer looking for a way to support his family once he has passed Desperation takes hold and he makes a decision that will affect many people than he realisesI liked the book but I didn t love it The plot was interesting but some of the characters needed a bit development and too many of their actions didn t seem very well thought out The book is a decent read it s not Brian s best work but it s still worth checking out Imagimorphia rest of his life Tommy's just learned he's going to die young and soon But he The Book of Beginnings refuses to leave his family with less than nothing especially now that he has nothing to loseOver a couple of beers with his best friends John and Sherm Tommy launches a bold scheme to provide for his famil. Terminal is a bleak story of a man with terminal cancer looking for a way to support his family once he has passed Desperation takes hold and he makes a decision that will affect many people than he The Homelanders (The Homelanders, realisesI liked the book but I didn t love it The plot was interesting but some of the characters needed a bit development and too many of their actions didn t seem very well thought out The book is a decent Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. read it s not Brian s best work but it s still worth checking out

free read Terminal

Y's future And though his plan will spin shockingly out of control it will throw him together with a child whose touch can heal and whose ultimate lesson is that there are far worse things than dyingA powerful uniue novel with a fascinating plot and characters and echoes of Stephen King's working class voice Ed Gorma. This was a great book very well written with an intriguing protaganist who you feel as conflicted about as he does Totally satisfying ending which elevated the story even higher Keene is becoming a favorite Highly recommended


About the Author: Brian Keene

BRIAN KEENE writes novels comic books short fiction and occasional journalism for money He is the author of over forty books mostly in the horror crime and dark fantasy genres His novel The Rising is often credited along with Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic and Danny Boyle’s Days Later film with inspiring pop culture’s current interest in zombies Keene’s novels have be.