Aug 25, 9 This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. So the show is very good I just binge watched the whole thingbut That monster is seriously low quality. It reminds me of a low budget Resident Evil monster.
I was already a HUGE fan of Rae Carson from reading her Fire and Thorns books, so I was dying in the interim between series, scavenging for any bit of information I could find about what she was working on next.
And the more I learned, the more excited I became: I'm not a huge fan of American history, but even I t Reviewed by: I'm not a huge fan of American history, but even I thought that was a pretty great scenario.
In hindsight, I feel kind of silly for not seeing the inevitable similarities between traveling in wagons across the county to California and traveling across the country in wagons. As an adult, I finally grasped the gravity of the situation. It was not an easy trip.
REAL people were dying from real diseases. Not just random stick figures I'd named after my fourth grade best friends.
But Carson didn't only capture the realities of long-distance travel in Gold Rush-era America, she captured the mindsets. The irony of the American settlers' response to perceived Native American threats. The blind stupid belief of religious men who expected God to everything for them, believing that taking any type of precautionary action was a "lack of faith.
Which is quite an accomplishment for a YA fantasy novel. My only complaint was that there were several shocking plot twists thatBAM! But I only felt them cerebrally, not emotionally. It was a problem that was short-lived. By the time I was one-third of the way through it, I was well and truly ensnared.
I tore through the pages, finishing only six ish hours after starting it. I could almost see a cliffhanger ending biting its thumb at me in the distance. Thankfully, it was all in my head. I finished in agony, but only the agony that springs from finishing a truly great book and knowing that you have a year to wait before finding out what happens next.
At least I couldn't. I loved the characters.Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital timberdesignmag.com projects include the Wayback Machine, timberdesignmag.com and timberdesignmag.com A Stranger Is Watching by Mary Higgins Clark in DJVU, EPUB, TXT download e-book.
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