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The author has written another gorgeous story. He takes the now mundane zombie virus apocalypse and turns it into a story with humanity and hope. The characters are deeply realized and the plot fantastic...evolution of the infected. I am a die hard fan of the zombie genre and read each book hoping for something more than the routine. This book is it.
This was a good book and a welcome entry in the universe of The Girl With All the Gifts. The pacing slowed down a bit for me, but it wasn't a slog or hard to get through. It kept my attention, and I read it fairly quickly, but it wasn't as addictive a page-turner as TGwAtG. The titular "Boy" character is interesting and well-written, and the plot keeps you interested, despite your knowing the ultimate destination of Rosie. Recommended.
Well done. The story moves along nicely, the characters are well developed and have depth (except the antagonist characters which are very one dimensional), the mystery is engaging. Some perspective shifts are abrupt and annoying, and the main conflict isn’t especially compelling especially since only one of the protagonists is aware of what’s going on,
If you haven't read THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS then scoop up a used copy on Amazon and read it. Carey made zombie novels a serious, thoughtful read with GIRL... I loved that novel. THE BOY ON THE BRIDGE is an able sequel, exciting read for the most part. The Protagonist is just a bit harder to engage than the beautiful, charming Melanie from the first novel. Still a great read!
Colonel Bogey's Barmy Army. OK! Lets get it out there right away, for historical facts of the real Bridge on the River Kwai story, one should research elsewhere, this film is a fictionalised account of the said events. Sadly there are those out there who simply refuse to judge this purely as a piece of cinematic art - and cinematic art it is. A squad of British soldiers are held in a Japanese POW camp in the Burmese jungle. The respective Japanese and British leaders clash but an understanding is finally reached to build a bridge across the River Kwai. The importance of which could prove crucial in more ways than one... It won 7 Academy Awards and 4 BAFTAS, and it was the film that saw the great David Lean enter his epic period. And what a start it is. Kwai is a masterful piece of cinema, it has a magnificently intelligent and complex screenplay - with tough edged dialogue in the script, is bursting at the seams with high quality performances, and beautifully photographed (filmed in Ceylon). Thematically it's about the folly and psychological madness of war, which in turn is ensconced in sub - plots of genuine worth. It all builds to a tremendous finale, where everything we have witnessed is realised with a deftness of talent from across the board. 10/10
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