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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) What if vampires were real ancient and spread their vampirism like a virus? That's the central premise of The Strain and I was on board from the first page Ultimately it was a disappointment for me and I won't be reading the other books in the trilogyThis book starts out with so much promise It's a taught intense compelling thrill

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    free download The Strain [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) Guillermo del Toro ☆ 9 download This is a terrible book Nearly all of the characters were caricatures straight out of Central Casting or TV Trop

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) It was alright I kinda got lost Zero stars for the dogs And the milky stuff ewwwww I hate milk and this made me want to gag I still ha

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    free download The Strain Guillermo del Toro ☆ 9 download summary ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Guillermo del Toro This is a striking example of what is officially called literatherapy So tired from finals finishing a semester long draft ending with 322 pages plus a non fiction piece PLUS grading This is sooo irrelevant but a good assessment of this reviewer's desperate mindset whilst reading the novel I REALLY had to do something about the overstimulated brain to lull my senses significantly and inspire me to finally do something

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) Guillermo del Toro ☆ 9 download summary ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Guillermo del Toro Seems these days if you want to make a buck you gotta write a vampire story Don't get me wrong I've enjoyed many

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) This just isn't very good After a promising and creepy opening it devolves into repetitive ridiculousness The writing is also just not good and sometimes laughable providing such gems as thisEph too had been turned Not from human to vampire but from healer to slayerI did somehow finish it My wife did not I'm sure del Toro will eventually make a movie out of this and it will be one of the rare occasions that the movie is better than the bo

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    Guillermo del Toro ☆ 9 download summary ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Guillermo del Toro free download The Strain This is the first of a planned trilogy The director of Pan’s Labyrinth and an award winning mystery author brings their vision to the vampire tale Del Toro and friend from Geek Nation The Strain is a fast entertaining read with a twist to the rationale for vampirism that is fun if a bit derivative In fact a lot of this book is derivative

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    free download The Strain [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) 60 stars this one may make it onto my All Time Favorite list This is instantly on my list of the top five Vampire stories I have ever read or in this case read and also listened to on audiobook I am not a vampire book reader in general meaning I do not buy every new vampire story that comes out I do read a lot of SFFantasyHorror and so I do come across them on a fairly typical basis For me what makes a great vampire nove

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Strain) If you have found yourself reading vampire fiction and thought You know what this needs? Vampires urinating and defecating on their victims Also tongues that shoot out of their necks with stingers on the end And make sure that they have worms crawling out of their milky white bloodThen boy do I have the book for youAs for

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  • Paperback
  • 560
  • The Strain
  • Guillermo del Toro
  • Portuguese
  • 08 March 2020
  • 9789896720001

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Seems these days if you want to make a buck you gotta write a vampire story Don t get me wrong I ve enjoyed many vampire books out there but think the sub genre has all but been bled dry So along comes a book co authored by visionary Guillermo Del Toro a favorite movie director of mine that claims to turn the concept of the vampire story on to its head So yeah I had high hopes for the book It s too bad that after the promising first few chapters it simulated the experience of watching a bad TV mini series with a blindfold on complete with cliche characters anti climactic and wholly ridiculous action scenes and a very predictable and unsatisfying ending Here s the set up after a triple 7 jumbo jet taxis onto a JFK runway it goes mysteriously and completely belly up That s a hook All shades are inexplicably drawn and no one is able to communicate with the pilots or gain entrance to the plane Neat o What gives Once it s pried open like a tin of sardines and the door mysteriously opens they find a whole lot of people restfully peacefully in their seats all dead Oh and a coffin filled with some very nice compost Thankfully a small cast of stereotypes is perceived to still be alive the pilot the rock star the vicious lawyer bitch the cute kid and serve as some of the agents of the book s slow plot progressionWe are left with some intriguing uestionsWhat s that horrible smell Why were all the shades drawn How did this very modern plane with independent and redundant electrical systems fail all at once Why were there no signs of struggle How did that coffin get through Customs when I have to practically strip naked to get on a plane Well one of these uestions is kind of answered in the rest of the book so I hope you re not a nitpicker like meEnter our good guy a free thinking doctor from the CDC with marriage problems He s not a bad fellow you see he just works so hard at his job but BOY does he love his son He could have completed the cliche by being named Jack but instead goes byEphFollowing our intrepid hero throughout the book for no other reason than to provide a romantic interest and a counterpoint to his limp wet dish rag relationship with his ex wife is Nora the Strong Silent Type So silent that she isn t given than two sentences of dialog throughout the entire book despite being nearly inseparable from our protagonist If this trilogy does make it to the theaters as so many speculate I feel for the woman cast in this thankless roleExpanding on our list of characters we have a burly exterminator no really we do and a Holocaust survivor turned avenging vampire slayer Abraham Rambo Setrakian Abe though pushing 80 something according to my calculations is an absolute death dealing merchant in the presence of those pesky vampires His walking stick predictably conceals a silver Ginsu sword which he swings about like Errol freakin Flynn and yells My sword sings silver or something eually silly as he lops heads arms and other vampire appendages free in a furious rage Oh please Abe hints at the end of the book that there s a lot about the vampires that the authors have been keeping him from saying We ll see if that pays off in the future booksSo this whole redefining the genre nonsense You re asking yourself Can this really be true In a word no As I said the vampire genre has petered out significantly The recent publication of The Passage was entertaining and somewhat original but the concept of vampires being created by viruses was plumbed many times before Micheal Romkey s vampire books come to mind Cripes one of them was even called The Vampire Virus The vampire elements could have been assembled from any number of checklists The Strain is purely paint by numbersThe middle of the book is maddeningly repetitive We are uickly presented with a sketch or our next victim in their home arriving home or leaving their home Their routine is interrupted by Something Unusual dirt on the floor a Haitian housekeeper sneaking into a house the shed door being strangely open etc The soon to be victims move forward without a flashlight or lights turned on to investigate unsuccessfully trying to build up some tension in the reader are faced with a turned vampire usually a relative friend or cute kid are are pounced upon drained by the vampire s proboscis and pooped and urinated on by the attacker Aaaaand sceneThis is played out so many DAMN times with so many people we don t know or care about it becomes nearly unbearable The Strain might refer as much to the effort it takes to make it through these tedious scenes as it does the vampire virusOther parts of the book are meant to inform the reader city rats the inner workings of the CDC the lunar eclipse HA HA It s actually an occultation you fool for example but are so unnecessarily drawn out that they detract from what little story there is As I felt recently with Cherie Priest s Boneshaker book less is often in these cases Lookit me I did my RESEARCHAs for logic problems and plot holes they exist a plenty I won t go into all of them but the biggest to me seem to involve the virus itself If it s a virus why do our vampire buddies reuire an invitation to cross a body of water Is the virus transmitted by vampire blood or by these pesky inchworms Why would silver affect the vampires the way it does What the heck is with the coffin other than it being a carryover from other vampire novels Its purpose is never explained and the reader is left wondering if there is any reason for it at all I also wonder how a Holocaust survivor turned professor turned pawn shop owner an exterminator and a doctor all somehow turn into vampire slaying ninjas in a matter of hours They are slicing dicing kicking flipping and karate chopping the vampires with such ruthless efficiency they emerge from every scuffle without a scratch This not only demolishes the believability of the book but also makes us even less interested in each skirmish s outcome We already know they ll be triumphant even if they are picked up by the head like a basketball with dandruff thrown clear across the room into walls and beset upon by legions of strong fast toothy monsters Hell bent to destroy them For all the slapstick violence The Strain could almost have been titled The Three Stooges Meet Dracula save for the lack of humorWe are given glimpses of some of the other six vampire Mafiosos near the end and are led to believe some kind of Vampire War is coming Some kind of truce was formed and 3 Bosses got land over there the other 3 got land over here Our main vampire Boss in this book appears to have gotten the short end of the stick somewhere along the line and has been causing all sorts of ruckus of late because darn it he s had enough and he s not going to take it any With a set up like that the series promises to get a whole lot worse before getting any better And I m just talking about the writing and plot