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- Book 2 of 3 in Foreverland (3 Book Series)
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Foreverland is Dead takes a darker turn pretty fast. The stink of rotting flesh and struggling just to live through the day. Its pretty obvious from the beginning there is a leader, calling all the shots. She is not about to let anybody show her up, and she'll fight to maintain her power over the other girls.
First in the series The Annihilation of Foreverland we saw a group of boys struggling with their lives, but now it's the girls turn. Each book can be read as a stand alone or any order. They are dark, with twists you won't see coming and engaging characters you want to see win in the end.
The story is very powerful and suspenseful. At times keeping the reader on the edge of their seat to see if the girls will make it out of danger, alive. It's dark and incredibly imaginative, violent and creepy. PG-16
Then I started reading. I'm beginning to wonder if I'm expecting too much with books today. Maybe that's what it is, my expectations are too high. I want to pick up a book and be transported. I want to go to another time or place and be swept up in what is going on in these pages. I don't want to think, I want to be overwhelmed. I want to feel something towards these characters ... I want to hate, love, dislike, despise, adore ... I don't care what emotion, really. I just want the characters to come alive.
At the end of the book, there is a MAJOR twist. And if I'm being completely honest, this twist was totally lost on me because I couldn't remember exactly who a certain character was. Really?!? I wanted to throw a massive temper tantrum and go kick someone in shin. I felt like I was let down. Granted, that may be my own fault. Maybe I didn't pay attention. Maybe it was the beginning of the book that lost me.
At the beginning, I was a little thrown off by the haltingly way that the book was written. It felt like the author was trying to use the least amount of words possible for each sentence. The sentences were cut off, not in a way that left a fragmented sentence, but in a way that I felt I was only getting part of the information. The book read like it wanted to be more ... does that even make sense?!? I have another one of my crazy analogies for you ...Read more ›
While this is science fiction, there are also elements of mystery and creepiness that enhance the whole story. The characters struggle with questions about the nature of reality and the elements of personal identity, all within the story. Nothing slows the pace of the book. Best of all, I didn't see even a hint of the ending coming. This book is well written and entertaining reading.
Tony Bertauski has the uncanny ability to split and sustain a climax over a sequence of several events. You're hoping the heroine makes it out alive...the tension drops and immediately begins to rise...you're hoping the heroine manages to save the rest...then the third time, you're hoping the heroine has the ability to lay a whooping on that guy.
In Foreverland is Dead, Tony Bertauski creates a world that was first intimated in Annihilation of Foreverland. While this place is alluded to, it is only a small element of that tale. This world is entirely different, and lends a new meaning to `the cold, harsh world'. Annihilation of Foreverland isn't required reading to enjoy Foreverland is Dead and it doesn't matter which you read first. The plots are completely distinct and where the stories overlap, they are not hindered by too much or too little information.
While Annihilation of Foreverland ponders some philosophical ideas, Foreverland is Dead contemplates them with much greater earnestness. Tony Bertauski presents concepts that have been the burden of philosophers since man began thinking. He explores the meaning and complexity of self and reality. He asks who are we, and who we are at the same time.
What does it mean to `be'? Do we consist solely of our bodies? Or are we the thing inside? What comprises the borders of our selves? Are we nothing more than the sum of our memories, and if so what becomes of us if our memories are lost?
What defines reality?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was absolutely fantastic! At first, I wasn't feeling the vibe as much as book one in the series, but I was still liking it and then it hit a point of no return for me. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Nicola Mansfield
In this Second novel of Foreverland, a bunch of girls wake up in a camp with no memory of their past, and no adults around to help them. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Michael P. Long
Another very enjoyable read. While this could be read as a stand alone I definitely feel like it is better to have read the previous 'Foreverland' book to get the full impact of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by W. Stines
OMG! You are GOOD! Where do you get tbis stuff? I read the first book for free and was forced to buy the set (cheaper that way). I can't stop reading your stuff. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Betty55
Unexpected story with twists and turns I did not expect. I love when a story is not predictable. I decided to try this book in an effort to expand my interests in another type of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by kws
Nearly 50 years ago I read Daphne Du Maurier's "The House on the Strand." I've been intrigued ever since by the concept of mind travel, out-of body-experience, one consciousness... Read morePublished 5 months ago by catherinemscott
Tony Bertauski has two great psychological thrillers. I highly recommend The Annihilation of Foreverland & Foreverland is Dead. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephanie A. T. Haig
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