ODENTON, MD, United States | Member Since 2013
There is a lot of discourse between teenagers, I don't really want to listen to that. This is not one of Hoag's best.
The ending was the best part of the book, I really didn't foresee it.
I might wait until it's On Demand.
If you are a fan of Hoag's Alibi Man and Deeper Than the Dead, you may not be impressed by this one.
I attempted to read this book but had no luck staying interested until l listened to it. I am not sure I fully understand the ending but the plot and the details of the society are frightening and fascinating. The government has no accountability to the truth.
The plot twists were well done and I wasn't expecting a return of certain characters. The detailed areas of planning for fights and traveling could move along a little faster though.
This is an ass kicking, full of super naturals, short story that's definitely worth the 1 credit, even if it is only 4 hours.
This book was surprisingly sexy and full of the traditional vampire cliches...no sunlight, crosses, holy water, etc...the narrator is one of the best of heard. There was a vast difference between her voice in narration and the voice of the characters. I'm excited to listen to the series. You'll like this if you like the "White Trash Zombie" series by Diana Rowland.
I waited a year to read this book and I am sad to say that I was dissapointed. This book did not live up to the climax at the end of Insurgent. Spoiler Alert! It was a big let down to find out that Chicago was just a genetic experiment, that Trice & Co. weren't really needed, and that life on the outside was ordinary and subject to similar prejudices we face today and people facing violence to overcome them, just like today.
I stumbled upon this book and really enjoyed it. The last 2 hours were so climactic, I had to finish it in one sitting. Some of the inner dialogue an communication between the Arlene and Burr was unnecessary though. Very effective narrator too, I would listen to her again.
It really makes you think about they way some want politics and laws to change and how they would really effect society.
When Hanna was made to recount her ordeal in the parlor.
She could speak up during internal dialogue. I had to keep changing the volume. This is an audio book for goodness sakes.
Simone, she is fascinating.
There is definitely room for a sequel here, a way for Hanna to make things right, working with the Novemberists. Aiden could also be a part of that, since he is against chroming.
Yes. The book evoked so many emotions from disgust to shock to relate-ability.
I honestly have never read another book like this. It has the same dystopian premise as many other books but I would say that the culture is more severe than The Hunger Games. I haven't read another dystopian book that had a society that was so religiously motivated.
The scene where Offred and Ofglen revealed their true thoughts to one another and the scene where the Commander takes Offred out. I didn't know what to expect.
Yes, neither though. This book was very thought provoking.
I really can't help wanting to know more about Offred.
The series it's self ranks in the top 20. It really has the teeth and relate-ability to be a long standing fantasy series.
Angel of course. The main character really comes into herself when she becomes a zombie.
She has a feat accent but I could tell she had a cold when reading this book, compared to the previous two in the series.
I laugh a lot at Angels dirty mouth. It wakes me up during my morning commute.
I'm more of a vampire gal so I didn't think I'd be into zombie books. I really like this series, I think it being written from a woman's point of view by a woman makes it relate-able. There's also the crime scene aspect written into it to which makes it more interesting.
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