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Can't wait for the next volume in the trilogy...
I made myself finish this book, thinking that something surely had to happen in the end that would be at the very least kind of interesting.
I give this three stars because too many times the next page felt like the plot/character/myself was just treading water.
Expertly crafted story that masterfully conveys suspense and creepiness to the unwitting reader. The premise of the journal is more realistic than many, and the mystery leaves one... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Snoo
This was a tough one- I started it really excited to read a new trilogy that would get me hooked, but I was having a hard time continuing through it... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Shandon Armstrong
This is one strange story. Short book so I finished it. Not likely to read the rest of the trilogy.Published 6 days ago by cgmarko
I simply can't understand the many one-star reviews for Annihilation, the first book of the Southern Reach trilogy. People are complaining it's slow? Read morePublished 7 days ago by Eclecticism
The book has a very fast pace and made me want to read it non stop, i already bought the other ones but haven't got the time to read them yet, i bet they will be the same. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Isabella
Interesting story, but the meandering way the story rolls out is tough to develop much interest in. And, there's a bunch of "look, there's something scary! Read morePublished 9 days ago by TX Dave
I trust Jeff VanderMeer when it comes to the weird. He gets it. The weird isn't about horror; it's about the uncanny, the unknown, the inexplicable. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Phil Gonzales
This book is a wild ride. I have never read anything quite like it. Captivating and creepy at the same time. Mind blown.Published 10 days ago by Beachstone