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Ele vítima pessoal da batalha entre vampiros tem de inspirar a sua euipa a combater as forças do Mal porue o destino ue os vampiros reservam para os humanos é ainda pior do ue a aniuilação total Terá chegado o momento do ocas. This second book is chilling the virus is here now and the threat looms The fate of mankind lies in hand of those who have a certain book and the Hunters you have mortals hunters and ancients in the fierce battle against the Masters own plan set out The story is action packed and really this book leaves you with loads to look forward to the third installment of The Strain trilogy I have a feeling the third book has been set up to have all the ingredients of a humdinger of battle for mankind For Interviews and trailers visit

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The Fall

Nova Iorue Uma estirpe misteriosa transforma os habitantes da cidade um a um em vampiros O vírus tomou conta da cidade está a espalhar se pelo país e ameaça o resto do mundo Apenas um peueno grupo tenta lutar contra os monstros. When I read and reviewed The Strain I took some easy potshots at Twilight and credited Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan with trying to rescue vampires from the clutches of teenage girls and turn them into monsters again However the book didn t wow me and I was hoping that the next one would be an improvement After reading The Fall I m even less wowed and realize that a book can be much better than Twilight and still be very meh So you ve got a brand of vampires that are part viruspart parasitic blood worms with a master vamp who has a plan to bring out about a bloodsucking apocalypse The Master has been working with this evil old rich bastard who is kind of a hybrid of Dick Cheney and Mr Burns from The Simpsons Together they ve got a chokehold on the government and media as well as a rapidly growing army of bloodsuckersAnd in this corner you ve got the standard pack of adventure horror good guys ready to do battle There s the heroic doctor with a failed marriage and a drinking problem to overcome along with his pretty co worker I know you ll be shocked when I tell you that they re a bit attracted to each other The doctor also has a teen age son who is such a ball of fire that all he wants to do is listen to his iPod while the vampires are munching people outside There s the standard Van Helsing type old man who has been hunting vamps for years and instructs the others You ve also got a Hispanic street hustler who forges a gang alliance based on vampire killing Throw in a pest control expert and a former Mexican wrestling star and you ve got your motley crew ready to do battle with the undeadI ve liked several of Del Toro s movies and I was impressed with Hogan s work in The Town But despite a large scale story about a vampire apocalypse going on with tons of action the whole thing seems curiously listless to me It just never comes alive and gets me wrapped up in the story Part of the problem is that the whole thing feels like a collection of things I ve seen before Del Toro has felt free to swipe whole sections of his own movies like Mimic and Blade II with the descriptions of underground New York and the nature of the vampires Plus Joss Whedon used the Master concept and name for his main vampire villain on the first season of Buffy And having one of the primary villains be a rich old guy selling out humanity for immortality doesn t seem particularly fresh either Sadly instead of trying to build up any true horror by creating characters you care about and then having bad things happen to them the book just throws vamp attack after vamp attack at these cardboard cutout heroes and then tries to milk a little sentiment with a few dead wives turned bloodsuckers sprinkled in I almost think that Del Toro just grabbed some old storyboards from some of his movies threw them to Chuck Hogan and said Just write that up We ll make a fortune It s not a terrible book I ve certainly read far worse But I was expecting a lot from two talented guys and so far it seems like they ve just been going through the motions

review The Fall

Sedentos de sangue ue vagueiam pelas ruas da cidade Entre eles está Eph Goodweather o médico ue consegue finalmente identificar o parasita ue causa a infecção Mas pode ser demasiado tardeCom o futuro do mundo em jogo Eph também. At first this seemed like one colossal boner reading a book upon which the series I just finished watching is based BUT there were enough differences some major to keep things interestingThere is much I love here big ugly NASTY vampires the way vampires are meant to be And no fangs are necessary they have disgusting eel like appendages that shoot out dispensing vile infectious worms into the victims they are feeding from YuckI also love the urban setting for this series The cramped tenements streets bordered on two sides by tall buildings and dark scary subways only add to the creepinessAND most of all and pretty unusual in a book of this type the characters are interesting AND intelligent Now my dilemma is whether or not to go ahead and read the last book in the series or share the surprises with the rest of the family when the series returns next year


10 thoughts on “The Fall

  1. says:

    WARNING THERE ARE NO VAMPIRE KITTENS IN THIS BOOK 40 stars Let me begin by saying that I seem to be impressed with this series than some of my friends who find the series to be too formulaic Personally I am reall

  2. says:

    When I read and reviewed The Strain I took some easy potshots at Twilight and credited Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan with trying to rescue vampires from the clutches of teenage girls and turn them into monsters again However the book didn’t wow me and I was hoping that the next one would be an improvement

  3. says:

    35 starsThe Fall by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan Audio I liked this second entry in The Strain series   This is the first book I've listened to narrated by Daniel Oreskes and he was fantastic  I was worried that it would affect my enjoyment listening to the second book after reading the first but it was for naught First off I probably couldn't have read this one right now due to this stupid slump that won't le

  4. says:

    35 starsI liked this second entry in The Strain series This is the first book I've listened to narrated by Daniel Oreskes and he was fantastic I was worried that it would affect my enjoyment listening to the second book after readi

  5. says:

    This series was very problematic in my opinion Please read the full review for the series here on my blog Part two starts going downhill It giv

  6. says:

    At first this seemed like one colossal boner reading a book upon which the series I just finished watching is based BUT there were enough differences some major to keep things interestingThere is much I love here big ugly NASTY vampires the way vampires are meant to be And no fangs are necessary; they have disgusting eel like appendages that shoot out dispensing vile infectious worms into the victims they are feeding from YuckI also love

  7. says:

    I'm not even sure why I read this since the first book The Strain was mediocre at best I guess I'm just a sucker heh for anything that combines vampires with apocalytpic plagues my two favorite things In a nutshell an ancient parasite resurfaces and takes the world by storm turning people into vampires of a sort while a ragtag group of good guys forms a resistance and tries to save the world In this book the planet's inf

  8. says:

    Actual rating 25 starsIn my review of The Strain the first book in this series I said that it started off well but uickly degenerated into an

  9. says:

    This second book is chilling the virus is here now and the threat looms The fate of mankind lies in hand of those who have a certain book and the Hunters you have mortals hunters and ancients in the fierce battle against the Masters own plan set out The story is action packed and really this book leaves you with loads to look forward to the third installment of The Strain trilogy I have a feeling the third book has been set up to have all

  10. says:

    Wow Just wow I wanted to give this 5 stars as the ending is powerful But I only gave The Strain 4 stars and thi

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