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Simon Clark (1958-04-20) is a British author who has recently started working in the genre of horror literature, but has already gained immense popularity. In his novels, the writer attaches great importance to the believability of the events described, and also avoids describing the scenes of battles with conventional weapons. The Blood Font novel begins in Doncaster, where he lives. In Lost in Time, he elaborated on the idea of ​​using the bus as a military unit. Before the creation of "Vampyrric Rites", the writer rented a house in the swamps of North Yorkshire and unfolds the action of the book with "location reference." It was a special pleasure for him to find channels, small streams and lakes and then describe them in a book. But the greatest work the writer did before writing "Night of the Triffids". The impetus for writing this book was an episode from the life of the writer. One day, while he was on a train, a long-distance express train stopped due to a collisi...

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Simon Clark (1958-04-20) is a British author who has recently started working in the genre of horror literature, but has already gained immense popularity. In his novels, the writer attaches great importance to the believability of the events described, and also avoids describing the scenes of battles with conventional weapons. The Blood Font novel begins in Doncaster, where he lives. In Lost in Time, he elaborated on the idea of ​​using the bus as a military unit. Before the creation of "Vampyrric Rites", the writer rented a house in the swamps of North Yorkshire and unfolds the action of the book with "location reference." It was a special pleasure for him to find channels, small streams and lakes and then describe them in a book. But the greatest work the writer did before writing "Night of the Triffids". The impetus for writing this book was an episode from the life of the writer. One day, while he was on a train, a long-distance express train stopped due to a collision with a bird. He was then amazed that a 40-gram bird could stop a 200-ton express train. As Clarke waited for the trip to continue, he noticed his neighbor reading Wyndham`s Day of the Triffids. "Wyndham was fascinated by how fragile our civilization is and how easy it is to destroy it, especially some kind of eco-disaster."  Although Clarke has never written a trilogy before, he is considering writing another novel about triffids. In it, plants could conquer new lands for themselves in the deserts or in the Arctic, and they could also have a queen. Almost all of Clark`s novels were nominated for the British Fantasy Prize, but only one book won it: "Night of the Triffids" in 2002. In the same year, this prize was awarded to his story "Lights of the Goblin City". Official site http://bbr-online.com/nailed/