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When Jacob and his fiery band of animal activists raid an experimental facility they uncover far more than they bargained for... Amidst the animal subjects a teenage girl is being kept in a cage, abused, beaten and tortured. Jacob and his band escape by the skin of their teeth, but then one by one his friends disappear before any of them can reveal their appalling discover ...more
Hardcover, signed limited to 200 numbered copies, 398 pages
Published April 20th 2005 by Delirium Books (first published 2000)
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Kelly
I’ve reviewed quite a few of Lebbon’s books, and aside from one book, (I will not name it for fear of giving it more power) I have loved them all. In fact, quite a few readers have emailed me asking if I was getting a check in the mail or love on the side as an explanation for why I heap such high praises upon him. First, no – I’m still broke and married, and second – the man can write. In fact, Lebbon is one of the few authors who can truly enrapture me with his words and deliver me into a worl ...more
Traummachine
Mar 30, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Tim Lebbon has quickly become one of my favorite horror authors. This is a very early novel that starts out with an enraged man who's literally kicking and screaming for animal rights. But there's a point early on where I actually sat up when I read what was seen through a certain window.

The book is very Lovecraftian, and the discovery of a secret journal that hints at horrors that are driving the owner mad may sound cliche except that Lebbon pulls it off so well. Very weird and disturbing, it d
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Kari Dennis
Great read, not sure about the ending

The story really pulls you in, and there are a lot of twists and turns. I'm just not too sure about the ending, it seems to happen rather suddenly. Still a great book though.
Karl
Oct 23, 2016 marked it as to-read
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This book is copy 118 of 200 hardcover copies printed and signed by Tim Lebbon.
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I love writing, reading, triathlon, real ale, chocolate, good movies, occasional bad movies, and cake.

I was born in London in 1969, lived in Devon until I was eight, and the next twenty years were spent in Newport. My wife Tracey and I then did a Good Thing and moved back to the country, and we now live in the little village of Goytre in Monmouthshire with our kids Ellie and Daniel. And our dog,
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