Domain

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Macmillan, 1984 - Horror tales - 496 pages
26 Reviews
The long-dreaded nuclear conflict. The city torn apart, shattered, its people destroyed or mutilated beyond hope. For just a few, survival is possible only beneath the wrecked streets - if there is time to avoid the slow-descending poisonous ashes. But below, the rats are waiting.

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... but because of the nuclear war premise. - Goodreads
A very satisfying ending to the Rats trilogy. - Goodreads
The premise promised more than it delivered. - Goodreads

Review: Domain (Rats #3)

User Review  - Andres Prieto - Goodreads

Monster rat movies were some of my favs as a kid. A few that stand out, Deadly Eyes (duh), Ben, Willard, Graveyard Shift. There was one Italian rat movie that was kind of crappy but had an awesome ... Read full review

Review: Domain (Rats #3)

User Review  - Graham King - Goodreads

I think James Herbert did well with his third 'Rats' story to avoid making it feel like simply more of the same, which Lair (while enjoyable) kind of did. The nuclear war setting added an effective ... Read full review

About the author (1984)

Horror writer James Herbert was born in London, England on April 8, 1943. Before becoming a full-time writer, he worked as a singer and an art director for an advertising agency. His novels have sold more than forty-two million copies worldwide and have been translated into thirty-three languages, including Russian and Chinese. His stories are simple, yet compelling and usually have a young, jaded man as the hero. Besides writing his novels, he also designs the book covers and handles the publicity. He currently lives in London, England with his wife and children.

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