One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning by David Moody

One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning

Fifteen people are trapped on Skek, a barren island in the middle of the North Sea somewhere between the coasts of the UK and Denmark. Over the years this place has served many purposes a fishing settlement, a military outpost, a scientific base but one by one its inhabitants have abandoned its inhospitable shores. Today it s home to Hazleton Adventure Experiences, an extreme sports company specializing in corporate team building events.Life ther...

Details One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning

TitleOne of Us Will Be Dead by Morning
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherThomas Dunne Books
GenreHorror, Fiction

Reviews One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning

  • karen
    this book begins on page three. by page five, there is already a body count. that’s what happens when haters are afoot.and what are haters? haters are like superfast zombies without the whole grubby ordeal of death and decomposition. but it’s not braaaaaaiiiins they crave, it’s paaaaaaiiiin. your pain. and, consumed by impulses they cannot control, they won’t stop inflicting pain until their victim is dead, and then it’s off to find som...
  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Moody’s One of Us Will be Dead by Morning might be the first zombie-style book I’ve ever read that doesn’t involve actual zombies. All the post-apocalyptic themes may be there along with the survival elements and violent carnage, but instead of the living dead we have the “Haters”—normally sane, rational and self-controlled people who suddenly and inexpl...
  • Brendan Cooney
    Read on In The SheetsThis will be a spoiler-free review of a great book that was well worth the wait.As a huge fan of the original Hater trilogy, I was beyond excited when David announced he was writing three new books that took place in the same universe, albeit from another perspective. I've been anticipating this book ever since and can now say with complete certainly, I was not let down or disappointed. It fully lived up to my expectations an...
  • Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews
    When I saw that David Moody was working on more books in the Hater Series, I nearly peed my pants – not really, but I was exceptionally stoked. It has been a few years since I read Them or Us. This was the series that made me question: Can it be a zombie if it’s not dead? And, does it really matter how or why it happened or just what we do with it?Now, let’s get down to some Hater business for anyone who hasn’t read anything in the series...
  • David Sharp
    2017-12-06 One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning, David Moody returns to his Hater trilogy set in a world where people turn into vengeful, violent murders whose only sustenance is snuffing out all existence. Although this is the fourth book in the series, it is a fresh start that takes the reader back to the beginning, making this a perfect jumping on point for readers that are new to the series. A little bit post-apoc...
  • Bogdan
    Lady and Gents this was another solid read in the unique Universe of the Haters.Maybe not so fierce and engaging like the others (for me, at least), mainly because of the isolated scenery, in the most of the book, but, still, with plenty of action to had.And taking in consideration that for the next book we`re on "solid ground", definitely, now, there is a lot of potential for a second amazing book to be made.So, fasten your seatbelts because you...
  • Ann Ellis
    “One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning” is a continuation of the “Hater” series but it can be read as a stand alone. I do recommend that the whole series should be read in order to get the full horror effect, though it’s not necessary.The story moves along at a fast pace, but slows to emphasize the distortion of time when people are tramped together and suspicious of each other. Another writing technique employed by Mr. Moody is the shiftin...
  • Jenni Hurd
    This is the first book by moody I have read. I wonder how I missed these. I plan to read more of his now. This introduced me to the Haters and I have lots of questions about them. How do they work together if they hate so much? Wouldn’t it be like rabies? Genetic? Viral? Must find the first book!
  • Wayne Simmons
    “There are no good guys anymore,” Matthew Dunne says. He’s the main protagonist of David Moody’s latest novel, ONE OF US WILL BE DEAD BY MORNING, and in this one sentence he captures the essence of the book perfectly.Picture the scene, if you will: you’re on an island with everyone you work with, the assholes as well as those you can actually tolerate day to day. It was pitched as some team-building thing by your boss but it’s turning...
  • Amy Braun
    Hoo boy... I'd forgotten how brutal these books were. But not how awesome! The latest book in the HATER series is packed with just as much drama, suspense, and gore that made the initial trilogy so shocking and wild to read. This time the stakes are raised when the characters find themselves trapped on an island. Literally one of the worst places you can be when every other person seems to have a mental breakdown and go completely homicidal. As w...