Failure of the Hive to contain the Umbrella Corporation's
most deadly viral creation has led to an outbreak of apocalyptic
proportions. Now the streets of Racoon City swarm with the
living dead. Jill Valentine and several others are determined
to escape the city, and their one chance is the only survivor
of the Hive - a young woman named Alice...
Evil: Apocalypse continues the story of Resident
Evil: Genesis, and thanks to a more involved
screenplay by Paul W. S. Anderson, is a better read than its
predecessor. However, there is one glaring anomaly. The book
begins with a passage lifted verbatim from Resident Evil:
Genesis. Granted, in cinema, some sequels begin with scenes
from the movie before, but here, in print, the sense of a
lazy Copy/Paste is difficult to ignore.
with Genesis, Apocalypse is a serving of low-fat
horror. I half-expected to a see a teenage-friendly rating
stamped on the jacket, like you might see on the cover of
a DVD. The simple, though articulate and clear, writing style
is also no doubt targeted at a certain demographic.
short, the book, like the film is a serving of dumb entertainment.
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