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but rather an unfortunate of situationsIn this book we follow the husband and wife throughout their fight for survival and what a fight it is There are just so many layers to their survival that it s difficult to discuss them all specially without spoiling the book Just read the synopsis and know that Jonathan R Miller doesn t do obvious writing All of the themes that are drawn into the story aren t written in an in your face kind of way it s much subtle and let s you come to your own conclusions Personally I really njoy it when the author trusts the reader to be able to figure out things without having to point it out multiple timesThroughout the book the writing is just really Come Hell or High Water: Feminism and the Legacy of Armed Conflict in Central America enticing as I had come toxpect after reading Delivery While in the beginning the pacing is a bit slower to allow some attachment Delivery While in the beginning the pacing is a bit slower to allow some attachment the characters to be formed it really picks up the pace along the way to keep your interest sharp throughout the whole book For me there were only some minor flaws And while the reasoning of some became apparent throughout the book it did leave me slightly irritated at the timeOverall I really Autobiography and Other Writings enjoyed this apocalyptic story a whole lot It definitely veered away from many clich s which was very refreshing to read. Believe they may be immune that they may be able to ride out the collapse but when they begin to notice signs of the sickness in themselves inach other they’re forced to uestion whether they’re really as healthy as they hoped A story of love loss and the struggle to maintain one’s humanity in the face of barbarism The Mortis xplores the lengths we will and sometimes won’t go for ach other during the crises we fac. ,

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Holes but I think it s not a bad thing to use our own imaginations to fill in the blanks If we had the answers to verything we d be See how Infamous easy that was Anywho I thought it pretty well done Nice writing style suspenseful good ambiance A few issues with margins but don t recall any otherditi UhokSo this could have been good Like really good I love plaguesicknesscontagion type stories I was so Walled excited about this one since it s in a gorgeous secluded setting a couple is on vacation and BAM disaster strikesBut dang There was no lead up to the sickness The sickness just happens right off the bat then for the rest of the book it s just some randomvents imagined or real I can t tell that the characters have to do I m confused by the motive of some plot pointsLike the man who is holed up with a commune in the hotel What was his point Why was he doing things the way he did What did he do to the Hannas How did Park get back to the hotel after he brought the medicine to Lee I am SOOO confused about that part It makes it seem like maybe he imagined the whole thing but then the medicine wouldn t have been then for
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to find I m lost I literally have no idea about most of this book It was a good read Not at all what I xpected about most of this book It was a good read Not at all what I xpected that is not a bad thing Story jumps right in to the deadly virus without any xplanation and that s OK too But I wish there had been character development or *Background But That S Just * But that s just This is a well done horror tale and I njoyed it The later DNA xplanation was well timed and provided a satisfactory logic as to what was happening Do you want reviews like this Check out my blog about booksThe premise of this story immediately drew me in bec. Elve the wildlands and what follows is an out and out struggle for their survival a series of unnerving trials that test their bodies minds and their relationship with one anotherThey soon learn that the islet is not the only place affected by the sickness that it’s verywhere and that the carriers are only those with a particular strand of ancient European DNA previously believed to be inert At first the husband and wife. The Mortis