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There is a good atmosphere throughout the series, and decent, varying descriptions about how different people are affected and what they do, and then the rather terrifying notion that the more weaker and innocent are the ones to perish and the more bolder and cruel are the ones who are triumphant in their "re-learning".
I don't want to give any spoilers but there are some rather disturbing scenes with attempted rape and violence. The introduction of 'Rainbowland' reminded me of the separate sanctions within The Stand , and as the series progresses, I can only presume that, like King's novel, Rainbowland will emerge as being a lot more sinister than the name suggests.
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It already has the culty-lunatic aspect to it so I look forward to see where Hayes leads this. Overall, a very enjoyable series. A few editing issues in my copy but hopefully they have all been ironed out now. I look forward to reading the second volume soon. Primal Shift was a decent post apoc story with a touch of zombie, a hint of conspiracy and even a bit of spirituality tossed in. In some cases, it felt like TOO much was stuffed in. It also read way too similarly to The Stand.
Complete with the hard case gathering his wiper minions to him in his Salt Lake hideout, and the "good guys" who, bizarrely, have their Rainbow Land nearby. We even have a char named Larry on the "good side" who has a definite evil streak in him. The story opens with a Primal Shift was a decent post apoc story with a touch of zombie, a hint of conspiracy and even a bit of spirituality tossed in. The story opens with a "shift" that disrupts the entire world, and follows various characters until they meet in one of the two locations good or evil.
The good side even has their Mother Abigale figure, only he is named The All Father, and the some key players share the same vision. All in all, it was an ok book. I've liked other Griffin Hayes books far more.
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This one really felt too familiar with the similarities with The Stand and Land of the Dead. View 1 comment. While I initially enjoyed the series, which is pretty standard of it's genre - motley group of survivors from world annihilating disaster, it became a bugbear that 3 episodes in, none of the characters had developed a personality, and none of them actually learned. They stumbled from one situation to the other, repeating the same mistakes. For instance, one Mother abandons one of her kids to reach safety, then abandons the other to attempt to rescue the first?
It's also not good value for money, While I initially enjoyed the series, which is pretty standard of it's genre - motley group of survivors from world annihilating disaster, it became a bugbear that 3 episodes in, none of the characters had developed a personality, and none of them actually learned. It's also not good value for money, when you realise that each episode only has a few dozen pages, and by the time the next instalment is published a few weeks later, the characters were so weak you didn't actually care if they made it through the cliffhanger at the end.
Just my opinion, but I do like a story to develop as I read. I struggled to finish the first series, before making the decision not to continue. Life is too short for this kind of tale. I picked up Primal Shift: Volume 1 believing it was another zombie series, but I was mistaken.
But it seems that a handful of people escaped the massive amnesia, and this story is about what they faced while discovering what caused this event along with finding a safe place to call home, since the human race has returned to caveman I picked up Primal Shift: Volume 1 believing it was another zombie series, but I was mistaken. But it seems that a handful of people escaped the massive amnesia, and this story is about what they faced while discovering what caused this event along with finding a safe place to call home, since the human race has returned to caveman mentality.
A great accident! Nov 08, David rated it liked it Shelves: post-apocalypse , sci-fi.
I read the first part separately. That set the scene. We met the main characters spread across the US as something happens to wipe the memory of nearly everyone. After this, everything rapidly descends into confusion and violence.
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The rest of the novel is about these people seeking sanctuary. They quickly converge. As this happens we get hints of the cause and elements of mysticism and religion creep in. This is the bit that I don't like. The way it is done fails, or at least doesn't appeal to me. I think I would have preferred either a purely technological reason or no explanation.
A good read but I don't know if I will read the rest of the series. Dec 05, Sandy rated it really liked it. Personally I loved this and thought it was true to the style of Swan Song and think the previous comment was a little harsh. The writer has a smooth style, and great characters that are easy to relate to and make you care what happens to them. The decline of society is rapid and they need to adapt and survive but with an ancient evil pulling the strings in the background it was never Compelling end of the world series The author mentioned that this is a homage to Robert McGammon's Swan Song.
The decline of society is rapid and they need to adapt and survive but with an ancient evil pulling the strings in the background it was never going to be easy. Apr 01, Hans Doreleyers rated it liked it. Won't hit the best seller list Won't hit the best seller list I have read a number of novels about the 'end of the world' all better than this one , but it was an enjoyable read nonetheless.
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I am not a fan of t h e supernatural and t h at may have influenced my judgment. I will pass on the sequels. This book has a special place on my shelf and in my soul! It is an absolutely crazy and horrific tale about the strangest apocalypse situation I have ever heard! Some people remember nothing but retain basic abilities some remember everything and others May 05, Charl rated it did not like it Shelves: y , quit.
Very reminiscent of The Shining, but not as well written or plotted. The characters aren't very interesting, and the explanation of what happened just doesn't cut it. It's just too big a jump in scale for me to accept it. Aug 01, The Grim Reader rated it really liked it. Good effort Good effort let's be honest, their is plenty of this sort of stuff going around.
pierreducalvet.ca/65390.php Some good, and some not so. This was one of the better post apocalyptic novels that I have read. A solid read. Apr 11, Camille rated it liked it Shelves: kindle , apocalypse-dystopia , I guess this is a serial? They are really simple to make and use fruit, spices, cake mix and butter. They are quick to make. The preparation time for a Dump Cake is 5 to 10 minutes. Baking is an additional 45 minutes to 1 hour. A warm piece of Dump Cake cobbler with a scoop of ice cream melting over a buttery cake and mingling with vanilla and cinnamon and other spices is one of the most delicious desserts you can eat.
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