A quick Q&A with Chuck Hogan, co-author of The Night Eternal

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7 Responses to “A quick Q&A with Chuck Hogan, co-author of The Night Eternal”

  1. TheMudshark says:

    I had been waiting for a sequel to The Strain and then forgot about it and now I learn the third is already out. Happy happy joy joy!

  2. waetherman says:

    I read the first one and was pretty disappointed – if I recollect it correctly, it went from a sort of bio-epidemic apocalypse story (which I like) to a fairly mundane vampire story (which I don’t like). Did the later ones get any better?

  3. Rich Keller says:

    “Books and movies are never finished, only surrendered. There are always things you wish you could insert after the fact, but nothing about the trilogy feels lacking.”
     
    Do you see that, Mr. George Lucas?
     

  4. deyawper says:

    Have you seen the promo website that came out with the release? Awesome and creepy, just like the book. departmentofhumanmanagement.com

  5. snow says:

    I’m 2/3 through the last book. It’s good, but very different in tone from the previous books because it’s set two years after the second book.  The first two were basically chases. In this one, Eph and Co. fight back. 

  6. Mantissa128 says:

    Books and movies are never finished, only surrendered.

    George Lucas, I’m looking at you.

  7. ryanlynds says:

    they keep saying “telekinetic” when they mean “telepathic.”

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