Rust: Season One



[Ebook] ➮ Rust: Season One ➭ Christopher Ruz – E17streets4all.co.uk RUST SEASON ONE is a discount omnibus edition that collects episodes one to five of the horror serial RUST She died in New York She woke in RustwoodAfter being pushed in front of the subway C Line, Ki RUST SEASON ONE is a discount omnibus edition that collects episodes one to five of the horror serial RUST She died in New York She woke in RustwoodAfter being pushed in front of the subway C Line, Kimberly Archer finds herself in an impossible town with a husband she s never seen before and a life she can t remember The rain never stops, the phones don t work and the doctors think she s delusionalKimberly only wants to get back to her fiance in New York But for that, she needs the help Rust: Season eBook Ì of Fitch, a madman who believes something dark lives at the heart of Rustwood He ll help her, so long as she joins him on his mission to burn the town to the groundKimberly might be crazy Then again, she might be the only sane person left People are disappearing from the streets, and something black and foul is stalking her in the night Rustwood has plans for Kimberly, and if she doesn t find a way out soon she ll be lucky to surviveRUST is a serial small town horror story in the style of Cronenberg, Lynch and King The SEASON ONE OMNIBUS collects episodes one through five in a single discount edition.Rust: Season One

Christopher Ruz Hayes Kossmann was born in Hong Kong, raised in Vienna, and is now settled in Melbourne, Australia Although he graduated in with a Bachelor of Industrial Design, his first love has always been writingHe s been published by Weaponizer, Labyrinth Inhabitant s Magazine and Birdville Magazine, and has won both the first Ergofiction Search Term Challenge and the first Birdville Impromptu AwardHis first fantasy trilogy, Century of Sand, is releasing Q from Parvus Press.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader C Line, Kimberly Archer finds herself in an impossible town with a husband she s never seen before and a life she can t remember The rain never stops, the phones don t work and the doctors think she s delusionalKimberly only wants to get back to her fiance in New York But for that, she needs the help Rust: Season eBook Ì of Fitch, a madman who believes something dark lives at the heart of Rustwood He ll help her, so long as she joins him on his mission to burn the town to the groundKimberly might be crazy Then again, she might be the only sane person left People are disappearing from the streets, and something black and foul is stalking her in the night Rustwood has plans for Kimberly, and if she doesn t find a way out soon she ll be lucky to surviveRUST is a serial small town horror story in the style of Cronenberg, Lynch and King The SEASON ONE OMNIBUS collects episodes one through five in a single discount edition."/>
  • ebook
  • 166 pages
  • Rust: Season One
  • Christopher Ruz
  • 24 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Rust: Season One

  1. says:

    Christopher Ruz is just one of those authors that totally speaks to me and my reading style and habits I can t give any higher praise than that.I love his work, and I thoroughly enjoy his visions that he shares with the readers I enjoy the settings he creates, the imagery he paints, the prose he uses to convey that imagery, and the characters that populate these nightmare stories.Personally, while this book series is wickedly enthralling to me, and is also what he is best known for, and right Christopher Ruz is just one of those authors that totally speaks to me and my reading style and habits I can t give any higher praise than that.I love his work, and I thoroughly enjoy his visions that he shares with the readers I enjoy the settings he creates, the imagery he paints, the prose he uses to convey that imagery, and the characters that populate these nightmare stories.Personally, while this book series is wickedly enthralling to me, and is also what he is best known for, and rightfully so , I actually think I prefer Century of Sand a wee bitthan this series thus far.Highly recommend BOTH these series

  2. says:

    What a plot A young woman falls under the train in New York to end up in a wicked place called Rustwood How did she get there How can she get back home Where is home Who are the people that pretend they know her So many questions I would ve given this book five stars, but there were parts in the book where the writing could ve been sharper Nevertheless, I enjoyed the story a lot and I can t wait for the next book in the series.Well done, Ruz

  3. says:

    It is amazing It s got this wicked Lovecraft feel, with a big ol side of the Yellow King, freaky disease and infestations, and disturbing, visceral, brutal violence It s weird and unsettling in all the right ways You connect with the characters fairly easily The shock and confusion Kimberly feels upon waking in Rustwood is quite palpable And it s so terribly, hideously clear that there is nothing natural or normal about the town There are things hidden everywhere Unseen horrors in every It is amazing It s got this wicked Lovecraft feel, with a big ol side of the Yellow King, freaky disease and infestations, and disturbing, visceral, brutal violence It s weird and unsettling in all the right ways You connect with the characters fairly easily The shock and confusion Kimberly feels upon waking in Rustwood is quite palpable And it s so terribly, hideously clear that there is nothing natural or normal about the town There are things hidden everywhere Unseen horrors in every shadow and person Ruz can go from creepy to squeamish in a heartbeat The prose is great The story is tight and beautiful Absolutely amazing stuff Must read for any horror fan

  4. says:

    This one surprised me, in the best way I don t want to go too far into it, but this balances the future promise ofintrigue and suspense with the fact that it is a story in and of itself well.I was constantly questioning, always on the edge of my seat and now this is key I never felt cheated by the way it was told I was fine with not knowing answers though I wanted them so damned much , because of the masterful balance in this book Looking forward to Season Two

  5. says:

    GrippingI don t typically read horror but Ruz s writing has converted me Rust is gripping and chilling in equal measure Set in the mysterious town of Rustwood, the first in this series introduces us to a cast of misfit characters Some of them remember they re not supposed to be there, while others seem to have forgotten any lives they had before the town took them Through the character of Kimberly Ruz discusses postpartum psychosis An interesting theme in the story, as it forces you to ques GrippingI don t typically read horror but Ruz s writing has converted me Rust is gripping and chilling in equal measure Set in the mysterious town of Rustwood, the first in this series introduces us to a cast of misfit characters Some of them remember they re not supposed to be there, while others seem to have forgotten any lives they had before the town took them Through the character of Kimberly Ruz discusses postpartum psychosis An interesting theme in the story, as it forces you to question the reliability of the characters Is Kimberly really a stranger here Or is she suffering from psychosis I cannot wait to read 2 and 3 in this instalment Go buy it and read it You won t be disappointed

  6. says:

    What a ride I loved every minute of this book From thejump, I was hooked like when finding a new favorite TV obsession Rust crawled under my skin and took over my mind.Can t wait to get my hands on book 2

  7. says:

    I feel like this book was only part of the book, nothing was resolved It s a good story, but I don t know how muchI need to read to have resolution.

  8. says:

    I was excited to read Rust because I ve always thought that Christopher Ruz s voice was made for horror Horrific imagery leaks through in bits and pieces in his other speculative fiction, and he has propensity to get very personal with thoughts and desires, as well as hold nothing back from a character s raw experience, even at the expense of making the reader uncomfortable.All I can say is that I was not disappointed Horror is one of those love hate genres for me if done well it can be amazin I was excited to read Rust because I ve always thought that Christopher Ruz s voice was made for horror Horrific imagery leaks through in bits and pieces in his other speculative fiction, and he has propensity to get very personal with thoughts and desires, as well as hold nothing back from a character s raw experience, even at the expense of making the reader uncomfortable.All I can say is that I was not disappointed Horror is one of those love hate genres for me if done well it can be amazing, but almost all the time you see it it s not done well And if making good horror movies is difficult, then writing good horror must be nearly impossible, because I can count on one hand the number of horror authors I ve read who really got under my skin With Rust, Ruz has joined an elite cadre of authors including King and Barker who can do horror well.There s a lot to like here, starting with the setting Rustville is a suitably disturbing playground for all manner of macabre adventures had and yet to come, and the brilliant decision to place the series in the mid 1980 s only ramps up the creepiness and sense of dread horror is so much better when no one has a cell phone The plight of the main character Kimberly, waking up in a life she assumes must be a lie but which all evidence points to being real, adds a mysterious touch to the heart pounding, skin crawling action But most of all, the story just flows in that typically Ruz ian fashion, events transpiring at just the right pace to draw you in and not let go.I m also a fan of the serialized format, mimicking how shows like Lost follow one continuous storyline, while also delivering a separate climax at the end of each season One thing I would like to see for future seasons would be an expanding of the cast to beof an ensemble, though the focus on Kimberly and Fitch this time around works well as an introduction.THE TRUE QUEEN LIVES

  9. says:

    First off, I need to say I received a copy in exchange for a fair and honest review So here we go.I m pretty picky when it comes to spelling and grammar errors in self published books it spoils my reading Well the good news is, I didn t find any so top marks there.In general I found Rust Season One to be well written in terms of structure, character and scene description It makes for a good read and it cracks along at a decent pace I kept on wanting to know what happened next which I First off, I need to say I received a copy in exchange for a fair and honest review So here we go.I m pretty picky when it comes to spelling and grammar errors in self published books it spoils my reading Well the good news is, I didn t find any so top marks there.In general I found Rust Season One to be well written in terms of structure, character and scene description It makes for a good read and it cracks along at a decent pace I kept on wanting to know what happened next which I would think is the goal of every storyteller There are a couple of ideas that I haven t come across, which always spices up the entertainment level The tension is quite well done The blood and guts scenes are well enough put together not just to be gore for the sake of it.There are very few negatives Although it s well written, it doesn t stand out it s kind of what you d expect from the horror genre not sure if that should actually count as a negative If I m being ultra critical it s occasionally a little repetitive, but it s rare and doesn t spoil things.However, I was moderately frustrated by the ending There s no conclusion It just cuts off I appreciate it s Season One and the author tells us there sto come but I would have liked it at least to come to some kind of resolution and then maybe leave us with a cliffhanger I think serialized fiction should do that.Although I would like to have seen it in a longer,complete form, I certainly wouldn t want to put anyone off Like I said, it s a good read I d be happy to readfrom this author

  10. says:

    Pleasantly surprised by this one Indies can be super hit and miss and the premise for this one seemed simplistic What indies are great for, though, is subverting your expectations.Rust opens quite strongly, it s good a good hook and Kimberley was quite likeable What made this book rate so strongly though was how it developed Straight off the bat you ve got a fish out of water tale, you ve got a woman who s plucked out of her life and can t get home No idea if she s dead or where is is or wh Pleasantly surprised by this one Indies can be super hit and miss and the premise for this one seemed simplistic What indies are great for, though, is subverting your expectations.Rust opens quite strongly, it s good a good hook and Kimberley was quite likeable What made this book rate so strongly though was how it developed Straight off the bat you ve got a fish out of water tale, you ve got a woman who s plucked out of her life and can t get home No idea if she s dead or where is is or why she can t leave The confronting scenes with Kimberley encountering her life in Rustwood are really well realised Her characterisation is fantastic But Christopher Ruz takes it deeper The small town quiet and the main character freaking out are a given and are well done, but it s things like strange ritual summonings and mutated bodies and our main sidekick having a mini cthulhu esque creature living like a pet in his pocket that make this story interesting.It s reminiscent of King with that small town juxtaposed with dark and weird happenings, but the originality here is all Ruz s own There were lots of plot threads that aren t indicated by the summary and which I won t go into for obvious reasons and the pacing is pretty slick there s a fair amount of nicely gory action and running around to make it a strong first instalment.This book is deeper than I expected and I enjoyed it It s a well rounded horror book that has strong hooks that I can t wait to see develop in later instalments It s times like this I remember that indie authors are sometimes worth giving a shot

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