Bones Omnibus

Bones Omnibus In one volume for the first time is the complete Bones saga presenting the occasionally heroic easily distracted yet ferociously loyal Pittsburgh police dog in nine tales of spellbinding mystery an

  • Title: Bones Omnibus
  • Author: Mark Wheaton
  • ISBN: 9781484887592
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • In one volume for the first time is the complete Bones saga, presenting the occasionally heroic, easily distracted, yet ferociously loyal Pittsburgh police dog in nine tales of spellbinding mystery and Apocalyptic horror In the five part Early Years, the titular German shepherd s survival skills are honed as he faces down increasingly diabolical villains in the shadow ofIn one volume for the first time is the complete Bones saga, presenting the occasionally heroic, easily distracted, yet ferociously loyal Pittsburgh police dog in nine tales of spellbinding mystery and Apocalyptic horror In the five part Early Years, the titular German shepherd s survival skills are honed as he faces down increasingly diabolical villains in the shadow of the coming Armageddon Then in the four part Apocalypse Saga, Bones confronts his destiny as devastating events conspire to decimate humanity and open the door to a new age.

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    1. Mark Wheaton is the author of Fields of Wrath, City of Strangers, and Wages of Sin, a series about a young priest solving crimes in Los Angeles He also works as a screenwriter Friday the 13th, The Messengers and producer Voice From the Stone.Born in Texas, Mark got his start as a writer working for movie magazines like Total Film, Fangoria, and L cran Fantastique before breaking into screenwriting He has also written for video games and comic books.

    2. First of all, I've got to thank Mark Wheaton for sending me a copy of this magnificent book. It took more than a year to arrive, but I'm finally reviewing it!Bones Omnibus is a collection of nine stories featuring Bones, a German Shepherd that was trained by the police. He is one of the most amazing characters I've read. I've never thought that a book whose main point is the intervention of a dog on various stories would be so thrilling and compelling.The prose is wonderful and the way the story [...]

    3. The Bones Omnibus is a collection of stories focusing on the adventures of the police dog Bones. Although the stories don't seem to follow an exact timeline, their themes stay about the same with a lot of death, a lot of monsters, and a lot of gore. and by a lot of gore I mean rampant and often very sudden gore, like sudden decapitations, rotting corpses, and giant mutated zombies made up of tens of thousands of humans living in the core of the Earth?! You'd think Bones would be the hero of the [...]

    4. If you love action, fun, horror and dogs (and let's face it, who the f*ck doesn't?) then you owe it to yourself to read this gripping, cinematically-paced epic short story collection. Bones, the four-legged hero of this badasssss omnibus, is cooler than Toto, smarter than Lassie, deadlier than Cujo, luckier than Old Yeller, sexier than Sounder, funkier than Fluke and bloodier than Blood (the chatty pooch from Ellison’s “A Boy and His Dog”). Take it from me, this isn't some drippy, sentimen [...]

    5. The Bones Omnibus by Mark Wheaton is a collection of the complete Bones saga, consisting of nine “tails” of a Pittsburgh Police Department K-9 German Shepherd caught in a zombie apocalypse.He goes through Hell as he battles to save the world.Some of the stories are normal K-9 cop stories untilWe have the paranormal and the supernatural, along with some gruesome horror and dark fantasy, making up this dsytopian collection.The “tails” range from your run of the mill crooks to zombies, eart [...]

    6. Bones has a genuinely unique main character. Wheaton created this demented world, filled with breakneck action and truly inspired horror beats, from a point of view of a Pittsburgh police dog. The explanation of the zombie outbreak is quite believable. This is my first zombie-related book, and it may be the only one I'll need.

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