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Spontaneous Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ú [Read] ➵ Spontaneous By Joe Harris – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Phenomenon conspiracy or delusion Kelvin Melvin Reyes was only three years old when Spontaneous Human Combustion took his father from him He's since devoted his life to exploriE But the closer he gets to his goal the further things lead down a well of secrets horrors and terrible truths Is SHC real And if so can it be stopped. Interesting idea If you think the shadow of Stephen King looms over it rest assured Firestarter is namely cited the filiation is accepted Sadly the plot and characters are way too underdeveloped for me to give it a better rating The relationship between Melvin and Kenny is obscure almost as much as The Boss motivations Looks like a novel idea disguised as a comic book Nice art from Weldele even though sometimes charactersactions are sketchy and unclear

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Voted his life to exploring the mystery behind the phenomenon searching for a pattern and predictors that he might save others from that same fiery fat. Background Melvin was only three when his father died of a horrible combustion otherwise known to Melvin as Spontaneous Human Combustion Melvin is now older and trying to place the puzzle pieces together about why his father died and what is going on with the others that have had the same blistering deathReview This was an interesting read It is a graphic novel with beautiful artwork however the character close ups all look pretty similar so it can get confusing at times The story line was interesting Melvin’s character meets up with an aspiring journalist and together they try to solve the mystery of spontaneous human combustion Melvin is enthusiastic to search because he wants to explain away what happened to his father so the story jumps right into another person dying of a horrible accident The story seems like it would be an interesting one the main issue I had with it was its terseness the story doesn’t have time to develop the plot as much as I would have liked it to and the characters are underdeveloped because of it The overall idea behind the story is what kept me reading I think the spontaneous fiery death thing has a lot going for it however overall it fell a little shorter than I had hoped the ending was a bit of a cop out If it had been a little lengthier I think the ending would have fit nicer once we got to know the characters

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SpontaneousPhenomenon conspiracy or delusion Kelvin Melvin Reyes was only three years old when Spontaneous Human Combustion took his father from him He's since de. I wanted to love Spontaneous a little than what I did for the intrigue of the story as well as the dark style of the artwork It feels like an X Files or Twilight Zone story except that the twist doesn't feel that genuine and it somewhat stumbles forward in its execution towards the end after the aforementioned twist I loved the narrative style I loved the artwork I didn't love the story in its collective considerationsSpontaneous is a sci fihorror graphic novel that centers on Kelvin Melvin Reyes a teen investigating the cause of his father's mysterious death by human combustion several years ago one that also severely injured his mother as well Little is known about what's causing the people around Melvin's hometown to combust but as he teams up with an assertive reporter named Emily he realizes the truth may be closer than he thinks with horrendous conseuences It has much to do with an explosion that occurred at a local plant and affected the workers involved in that plant and their families But Melvin realizes that he may also be fighting off a dark influence linked to that disaster as wellThe set up at the beginning of this graphic novel was really strong and had me invested in both Melvin and Emily's plights Granted Melvin's a bit of a uiet sort who seems to be fighting off his own inner demons but he still seems like the kind of hero worth following in the beginning As the events of the novel come to pass including the twist it gets a little muddled because I suspected up to a certain point how the plot would move but I wondered how they would tie it in While some of the explanation given behind the combustions was plausible I lost investment with the forced love interest turn and the last stretch of events in the comic including the manhunt scenario It just felt a bit too overblown for the scope of the story Still I don't regret reading it and I did like the story up to a certain point I would recommend it for those who don't mind reading an interesting supernaturalmurder mystery story but I would say not to expect too much going into itOverall score 255Note I received this as an ARC from NetGalley from the publisher Oni Press