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Ebook Survivors' Club #8 by Lauren Beukes read! Book Title: Survivors' Club #8
The author of the book: Lauren Beukes
Edition: Vertigo
Date of issue: May 4th 2016
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Language: English
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When I knew there was a new issue of Survivors’ Club ready to be read, I’ll admit, I was equally excited and scared to start it. I’m still a newbie in horror comic genre and all the stories told through the medium, even though I really love slasher movies and things of this nature.
Blurb: Stab, you’re it! Trapped in the Muskagee house, the Survivors play a deadly game of hide and seek with the murderous Mr. Empty. To survive, they’ll have to work together. But within the dark and twisted interior of this monstrous house nothing is what it seems…including allegiances.
I won’t lie; it’s still hard to read something as raw and harsh as this comic. Lots of blood and uncensored scenes in throughout the book, maybe even more than in the past issue, but I admit I really liked this one. It’s enchanting in a that twisted, weird kind of way.
Dale Harvosen as a writer is really good working with a lot of different characters in this book. They each have common points that tie each story together in some fashion, but the differences are crystal clear. Each included story really does stand on its own while being part of a greater whole.
It still surprises me how involved all these stories are with so many issues and problems, with strong and distinct characters, and how colorful the plot is. With so many things happening at the same time, seeing everything come together in the end was a real treat.
My favorites, so far, are the two Alices’ and Mr. Emty. They are consistent, well made, seem logical enough for me to follow. There is a good structure to them and I’m really invested in them as characters and that makes me really want to continue to read about their future exploits.
If I had to choose my favorite part, it would really have to be the sections with the Alices. They are dynamic, well made, and those two full pages work perfectly well together. The script got a little messy at times, but graphicly it was great and probably the best art in the book.
The art in general however, is still a little bit of a problem for me, mostly because of the coloring and the excess of black in some pages. The art is something I got used to, but the style is really hard to break down. It’s good, but its more preference thing, so many will like what its doing.
As I said about the past issue, this issue is also very simple. This simplicity helps soften the hardcore story that we are presented. The art is not as detailed as I’d like, but it’s consistent throughout the book. Every page flows really well and the art style (for what it’s worth) really sticks to its guns, which is something i really like.
The overall pace of the book works well too. It’s really slow and suspenseful in some sections, and fast and full of action in the others. It’s a very risky duality I think could have been a little better executed, but I liked it even if I felt there was something missing. I can’t put my finger on it, but it felt like the book was holding something from me.
Survivors’ Club has been a fun ride so far and I’m beginning to really enjoy the wait between issues. As someone who has never been exposed to these graphic style comics, its been really worth the read. I recommend everyone at least give this series a shot as it may really surprise you.
Needless to say I still have high expectations for the next issue!

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Ebook Survivors' Club #8 read Online! Lauren Beukes is an award-winning, best-selling novelist who also writes screenplays, TV shows, comics and journalism. Her books have been translated into 26 languages and have been optioned for film and TV.

Her awards include the Arthur C Clarke Award, the prestigious University of Johannesburg prize, the August Derleth Prize, the Strand Critics Choice Award and the RT Thriller of the Year. She’s been honoured in South Africa’s parliament and most recently won the Mbokondo Award from the Department of Arts and Culture, celebrating women in the arts for her work in the Creative Writing field.

She is the author of Broken Monsters, about art, ambition, damaged people and not-quite-broken cities, The Shining Girls, about a time-travelling serial killer, the nature of violence, and how we are haunted by history, Zoo City, a phantasmagorical noir set in Johannesburg which won the Arthur C Clarke Award and Moxyland, a dystopian political thriller about a corporate apartheid state where people are controlled by their cell phones. Her first book was a feminist pop-history, Maverick: Extraordinary Women From South Africa’s Past, which has recently been reprinted.

Her comics work includes Survivors' Club, an original Vertigo comic with Dale Halvorsen and Ryan Kelly, the New York Times-bestselling graphic novel, Fairest: The Hidden Kingdom with Inaki Miranda, and a Wonder Woman one-shot for kids, “The Trouble With Cats” in Sensation Comics, set in Mozambique and Soweto and drawn by Mike Maihack.

Her film and TV work includes directing the documentary, Glitterboys & Ganglands, about Cape Town’s biggest female impersonation beauty pageant. The film won best LGBT film at the San Diego Black Film Festival.

She was the showrunner on South Africa’s first full length animated TV series, URBO: The Adventures of Pax Afrika which ran for 104 half hour episodes from 2006-2009 on SABC3. She’s also written for the Disney shows Mouk and Florrie’s Dragons and on the satirical political puppet show,ZANews and Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s South African Story.

Before that she was a freelance journalist for eight years, writing about electricity cable thieves, TB, circumcision, telemedicine, great white sharks, homeless sex workers, Botswana’s first female high court judge, and Barbie as a feminist icon for magazines ranging from The Sunday Times Lifestyle to Nature Medicine, Colors, The Big Issue and Marie Claire.

She lives in Cape Town, South Africa with her daughter.

Awards & Achievements
2015 South Africa’s Mbokondo Award for Women In The Arts: Creative Writing
2014 August Derleth Award for The Shining Girls
2014 Strand Critics Choice Award for The Shining Girls
2014 NPR Best Books of the Year Broken Monsters
2014 LA Times Best Books of the Year Broken Monsters
2013 University of Johannesburg Literature Prize for The Shining Girls
2013 RT Thriller of the Year for The Shining Girls
2013 WHSmith Richard & Judy BookClub Choice
2013 Exclusive Books’ Bookseller’s Choice for The Shining Girls
2013 Amazon Best Mysteries and Thrillers for The Shining Girls
2011 Kitschies Red Tentacle for Zoo City
2010 Arthur C Clarke Award for Zoo City

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