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Final Destination: Destination Zero is a novel by David [=McIntee=] released in 2005, the second Black Flame Final Destination book.

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Final ''Final Destination: Destination Zero Zero'' is a novel by David [=McIntee=] released in 2005, the second Black Flame Final Destination ''Franchise/FinalDestination'' book.


Final Destination: Destination Zero is a novel by David McIntee released in 2005, the second Black Flame Final Destination book.

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Final Destination: Destination Zero is a novel by David McIntee [=McIntee=] released in 2005, the second Black Flame Final Destination book.

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[[caption-width-right:284: If you thought you knew suspense and intrigue then you don't know Jack!]]

After an investigative journalist narrowly cheats death in a terrorist attack she sees a great angle for a story by telling the survivors' tales in her magazine. When the survivors start turning up dead though she begins to suspect foul play and finds herself dragged into a world of spiritualism and conspiracies that ultimately leads back to Victorian England and Jack the Ripper.

* AssholeVictim: [[DrJerk Stewart Tubbs]] and Al Kinsey.
* BlackDudeDiesFirst: Hal Ward.
* DeathByIrony: Al Kinsey is decapitated while a prostitute is giving him head.
* DeathBySex: Hal Ward and Al Kinsey.
* EyeScream: A character gets blinded by snake venom.
* FinalGirl: Patti Fuller.
* GenreRoulette: The book jumps from modern horror, Gothic horror,and even a brief dip into action.
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Zack.
* IntercontinuityCrossover: Though never identified by name, the detective in the UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain segments is obviously Franchise/SherlockHolmes.
* KillItWithFire: Someone gets burned alive ''from the inside out''.
* MeaningfulName: Susan Fries.
* MistakenForTerrorist: It turns out the bombers were just criminals who wanted millions of dollars.
* NoDeadBodyPoops: [[spoiler:Averted. Steward Tubbs loosens his bowels after he's autopsied alive.]]
* NotQuiteDead: Subverted. [[spoiler: Stewart Tubbs was still alive, but no one realized it until after they cut him open, broke open his ribs, and pulled out his lung during the autopsy. ''Then'' he woke up, and subsequently [[KilledOffForReal died]]]].
* OffWithHisHead: Al Kinsey.
* RecycledINSPACE: About half of the book is set in [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain 1888]] and involves a group surviving a house fire after one of them has a vision of it before it happens.
* SerialKiller: UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper shows up here.
* SnakesAreEvil: ''Three'' of the victims are killed by poisonous snakes.
* SuperDrowningSkills: Justified. The first victim probably could swim, but his leg was broken and he was being bashed around by a motorbike underwater.
* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Zack Halloran's death is spoiled on the ''very'' '''''FIRST PAGE''''' before the actual story even begins.

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