The Brain Eaters

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  • Title: The Brain Eaters
  • Author: Gary Brandner
  • ISBN: 9780449127117
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Brain Eaters

Unlimited The Brain Eaters - by Gary Brandner, The Brain Eaters, Gary Brandner, The Brain Eaters Never had he seen anything like what was happening to Hank Stransky Red blotches formed on the skin across his face They darkened into shiny pustules which broke like ripe boils discharging a gooey liquid Hank jumped up from the barstool and span completely around like a man in some mad danceFirst a workman goes crazy in a public bar with a broken bottle A taxiNever had he seen a Unlimited The Brain Eaters - by Gary Brandner - The Brain Eaters, The Brain Eaters Never had he seen anything like what was happening to Hank Stransky Red blotches formed on the skin across his face They darkened into shiny pustules which broke like ripe boils discharging a gooey l

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About “Gary Brandner

  • Gary Brandner

    Gary Phil Brandner May 31, 1930 September 22, 2013 was an American horror author best known for his werewolf themed trilogy of novels, The Howling The first book in the series was loosely adapted as a motion picture in 1981 Brandner s second and third Howling novels, published in 1979 and 1985 respectively, have no connection to the film series, though he was involved in writing the screenplay for the second Howling film, Howling II Your Sister Is a Werewolf The fourth film in the Howling series, Howling IV The Original Nightmare, is actually the closest adaptation of Brandner s original novel, though this too varies to some degree.Brandner s novel Walkers was adapted and filmed for television as From The Dead Of Night He also wrote the screenplay for the 1988 horror film Cameron s Closet.Born in the Midwest and much traveled during his formative years, Brandner published than 30 novels, over 100 short stories, and also wrote a handful of screenplays He attended college at the University of Washington where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity After graduating in 1955, he worked as an amateur boxer, bartender, surveyor, loan company investigator, advertising copywriter, and technical writer before turning to fiction writing Brandner lived with his wife, Martine Wood Brandner, and several cats in Reno, Nevada.He died of esophageal cancer in 2013.



879 thoughts on “The Brain Eaters

  • The Brain Eaters is one the many follow ups after The Howling Trilogy by Gary Brandner I read The Howling in sixth grade and it proved to be well beyond the appropriate level of a twelve year old A friend made a post the other day that made me think of my youthful reading indiscretions and seeing how I read The Howling series a few times I decided to see what else Brandner had written.The Brain Eaters sounded as good as any of his other titles, and boy did it take me back Although published in 1 [...]


  • This book scared the crap out of me when I read it in middle school I think I was in sixth or seventh grade And before you go and make disparaging remarks about the laxity of parental supervision in my book purchases, it wasn t my parent s fault, I swear Books like this which I paid for with my own money a 5 allowance, and, yes, there was a time when you could actually buy a paperback for under 5 sometimes slipped under their radar I was reading Stephen King by the time I was ten years old, so I [...]


  • This book was essentially Stephen King s The Stand plus the movie 28 Days Later, but on a SyFy original movie budget It was literary junk food, and that s not necessarily a bad thing If I could have given it a 2.5, that would have been in line with what I thought of the book overall it was squarely average just enough fun to finish, but ultimately really stupid It also just sort of ended suddenly It seemd like the author got bored with the whole thing and jump directly to a resolution without a [...]


  • With that title, you should know what to expect First published in the 80 s I read the book in 2014.I loved it It took me back to that time period It is a fast paced gory horror It is not ground breaking or complex but it is a fun read.Now looking forward to reading the classic Gary Brandner book, The Howling.


  • Opposites come together US and Russia, fight to cure the Brain Eaters, Coined by Milwaukee newspaperman Corey Parasites that eat your brain till you go crazy from the pain Interesting story Big twists



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