Was a very imaginative & interesting fiction. I liked the main character as an opinionated narrator & following his ape Atilla in the story. I found the human nature & politics in the ending to be believable. Warning, the animal attacks are described in grueling detail.
Intense, relevant, topical and a little too close to home, which all made for a great tale. It had me at the edge of my seat, holding my breath for what came next. Our hero had a quick wit, humorous at times, with a twist of occasional sarcasm. thoroughly enjoyed it, start to finish. Thank you Mr. Patterson.
This book is full of flat, stereotypical characters; rampant sexism; bad science; and predictable plot moves. I only finished it because it's like one of those movies that you enjoy watching only because it's entertaining to make fun of how terrible it is. I also read it in anticipation of the TV series based on the book. This is one time where I will be relieved if the adaptation takes liberties to drastically change the story.
Very disappointed in the end. Seems like he just ran of time, ran out of ideas. I am still glad I listen to it just disappointed in the lack of an ending
The story was an interesting idea and exciting
The main female character, her name escapes me at the moment
He did a good job
yes and it was short enough that you could. left off with a cliffhanger for a sequel maybe?
will there be a sequel? because there were a few unanswered questions at the end