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Devolution Free read ´ 104 Ì The #1 bestselling author of World War Z takes on the Bigfoot legend with a tale that blurs the lines between human and beast and asks what we are capable of in the face of the unimaginableAs the ash and chaos from Mount Rainier's eruption swirled and finally settled the story of the Greenloop massacre has passed unnoticed unThe #1 bestselling author of World War Z takes on the Bigfoot legend with a tale that blurs the lines between human and beast and asks what we are capable of in the face of the unimaginableAs the ash and chaos from Mount Rainier's eruption swirled and finally settled the story of the Greenloop massacre has passed unnoticed unexamined until nowBut the journals of resident Kate Holland recovered from the town's bloody wreckage capture a tale too h. This is the worst choice of book to read when you’re uarantined nervous anxious taking your most emotional support from great booze and stocked toilet papers I’m cuddling them that’s why people buy them so much right They are like white shapeless teddy bears and I recently tried them in a recipe just mix them with almond milk marshmallow and chocolate chips my husband told me that was the best food I’ve ever fixed in my entire life Anyways this is frightening action packed ominous dark wild savage disturbing ride You gotta think again before deciding to read a book from World War Z’s authorWhat we have so far A big chaos in Pacific Northwest breaks out with the Mount Rainer’s eruption So we’re introduced to Greenloop community consists of smart homes located in near Ranier Park isolated from the society They just created their own safe clear highly tech uarantine place But what was that howling sound coming from the woods And those footprints cannot belong to a real human can it What the hell happened to those animals in the woods Bloody ugly disgusting massacre start to terrify the small community Maybe they’re not safe enough as they expected right Invisible monsters are not under their beds any They’re all real they are out there and they are coming for themI think the most things I enjoyed about the book were detailed layered and entertaining characterization and addictive progression There are other narrations but the story mostly told by journal entries The story telling style is captivating keeping your interest alive with realistic slow building mystery Things get violent raw and vulgar at each second when the monsters appearSurprisingly I also loved Kate in the beginning she irritated the hell of me with her weird uirky antics and ultra paranoid behavior and I wanted to punch her know it all face at several times but when the crisis occurs she turns into my hero and the transformation of character made me reminded of other super heroes from comic books a person seems like an ordinary and creepy can be an enigma hiding so much potential inside Her narration helps us to understand the nature of danger they are going to fight against so we can see the whole picture in our heads clearly And her tragic but also witty sense of dark humor keeps us agitated but also curious to know what’s gonna happen next When the shit hits the fan she turns herself a kind of Sarah Connor with knowledge about the nature monstersOverall It’s a fantastic nail elbow entire arm biter heart throbbing definitely earth shattering wild extremely crazy train ride you’ll take It’s definitely worth it but if you cannot handle a mind bender heart rate jumper stress riser book you are not great fit for this bat shit crazy journeySpecial thanks to NetGalley and Random House PublishingBallantine Books for sending me one the most anticipated books’ ARC COPY in exchange my honest review I truly enjoyed it so muchbloginstagramfacebooktwitter

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Is also far than thatBecause if what Kate Holland saw in those days is real then we must accept the impossible We must accept that the creature known as Bigfoot walks among us and that it is a beast of terrible strength and ferocityPart survival narrative part bloody horror tale part scientific journey into the boundaries between truth and fiction this is a Bigfoot story as only Max Brooks could chronicle it and like none you've ever read befor. It’s great to live free of the other sheep until you hear the wolves howlThey all want to live in harmony with nature before some of them realize too late that nature is anything but harmoniousBigfoot’s as American as apple pie and guns in schoolsAfter writing a book as successful and now sadly relevant as World War Z there was little chance that Mr Brooks’ follow up novel would not be held up in comparison But that is especially true given that this book is written in a rather similar style a purportedly true chronological narrative of a specific event told often in interview form from multiple points of viewThere is one significant difference in format as the majority of this novel is told in the form of diary entries by Kate Holland She is a new resident of the ill fated Greenloop a collective community promising to be the next step in ecofriendly smart houses and cities Following an explosion of Mt Rainier Greenloop is cut off from the rest of the world and when it turns out that the explosion forced a tribe of Sasuatches into the area well that’s not a good time or place to be The interspersed interview scenes help move the story creating an omniscient presence to places events in a context Kate couldn’t have known It works but please forgive me this novel left a lot of meat on the bone The first half of the story pre Sasuatch appearance basically is kinda slow and during that time Kate’s often naivewhining tone gets a bit grating And there are ideas raised in the first half that seem to be dropped once the action picks up in the back half Dan’s a lousy husband Not once Greenloop is in danger Hints that Greenloop may be some weird cult run by one creepy couple The couple almost completely disappears once the plot picks up The explosion of Mt Rainier itself is underutilized and is really just an excuse to bring the two species together That said the second half of this book was strong as the humans and Sasuatches face off in a series of escalating battles that are uite grippingUltimately this book reminded me of Lord of the Flies The devolution of humanity and how uickly the thin veneer of civilization can be stripped away when survival is at stake A 3 star start with a 5 finish

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DevolutionArrowing and too earth shattering in its implications to be forgottenIn these pages Max Brooks brings Kate's extraordinary account to light for the first time faithfully reproducing her words alongside his own extensive investigations into the massacre and the legendary beasts behind itKate's is a tale of unexpected strength and resilience of humanity's defiance in the face of a terrible predator's gaze and inevitably of savagery and deathYet it. Despite the horror framework the real strength of this book is not in the monsters but in the character development Bet you weren't expecting that When you first meet Kate Holland she's a neurotic mess and her voice is annoying enough that if I hadn't known people were going to die excitingly awful deaths sometime soon I might have put the book down But it takes very little time for her to get you on side Her and her husband are the last to arrive at their new home in a super high tech version of an off grid community and it means she's the proverbial outsider Through her perspective we get to see the place and its people with unflattering clarity The social politics of this escape from humanity style set up are immediately apparent and entirely recognisable each power play and misstep detailed by Kate with insight and humour In fact it was all so engrossing that when the creatures did finally show up I was a bit disorientated To all intents and purposes I'd forgotten about them After the explosion of Mount Rainier closes the group's avenues of escape and takes out their tech I'd been reading the book as an environmental disastersurvivalist story But that's precisely why it works so well Everything feels dangerously real Whether it be food hoarding or ashes covering the houses' solar panels or the disintegrating relations between people it's suspenseful because it's so plausible So when the danger becomes something less credible you're already in the right mindset primed so that you're not thinking 'well that's unlikely' but 'dammit not ANOTHER thing how are they supposed to deal with that too' By them I mean Kate because by this time you're going to be a fan She's an incredible character and her transformation in to what felt like her real self was such fun to experience Adversity clearly makes some people shine and Kate shines bright I'm not convinced it'd work the same for meOn top of that there's some BRUTAL action People lose their heads And I mean actually lose them when they're ripped off by Bigfoot gone mad It's creepy and bloody and surprising The whole thing is pure entertainment even if does hit a little close to home Well worth a few hours of your time ARC via Netgalley