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The Scourge of Man Paperback – September 3, 2017
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The Scourge of Man makes you want to keep reading and see what Vincent is going to do on his next adventure or next nightly patrol. While I read the introduction to this book, it made it incredibly interesting that this entire idea of the book came from the author's dream! He brought his dream to a fictional reality. I don't find much interest in fictional books/movies, however, while reading this, I couldn't look away... Zoran kept his story as real as possible. I was able to envision Vincent walking through the streets of New York and breaking into the wealthiest penthouses and buildings. At some points, it connected me to imagine what I would do if I was Vincent. Where I would break into, or what I would do in some certain situations. It was truly exhilarating and I'm hoping there's a movie that comes out of it! I'd highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun and adventurous read.
This was a very interesting dystopian novel. It deals with some tough questions about values and beliefs within a community and people in general when the barriers of law enforcement, societal standards, and commodities we take for granted today are all gone. It really made me think about how I would act in some of the situations described and I felt engaged throughout the book. The flow of the language was fast, easy, and concise, making it a quick read. I recommend it.
I loved this book. The characters felt so real.that I couldn't put it down. This is definitely one of my favorites!