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read The Dark And Hollow Places reader Ñ Hardcover µ gwairsoft ↠ [Reading] ➸ The Dark And Hollow Places By Carrie Ryan – There are many things that Annah would like to forget the look on her sister's face before Annah left her behind in the Forest of Hands and Teeth her first gErything feels alive again But Catcher has his own secrets Dark terrifying truths that link him to a past Annah has longed to forget and to a future too deadly to consider And now it's up to Annah can she continue to live in a world covered in the blood of the living Or is death the only escape from the Return's destructio Second audiobook I will enter towards my reading challenge sadly I had never heard about this series so when I chose this book I didn't know this was the third book in a trilogy however this book was a good stand alone book The narrative was simple and the plot was nothing out of this world this is the classic zombie survival dystopian society we find in all zombie related books Did not like the main character she whines all through the book and is reliant on other characters to keep her safe All in all a good simple book not the greatest not the worstmaybe I would have given it stars if I had read book 1 and 2

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There are many things that Annah would like And Hollow Epub #224 to forget the look on her sister's face before Annah left her behind in the Forest of Hands and Teeth her first glimpse The Dark MOBI #234 of the Horde as they swarmed the Dark City the sear of the barbed wire that would scar her for life But most of all Annah You know how when you are reading a book and you can sort of tell when the author lets her characters off the hook or saves them from a potentially devastating situation Well Carrie Ryan spares no sort of mercy for her characters In fact she leaves your soul begging for a way out for them I found myself bargaining with Ryan to please cut them some slack But Alas such is not the way in any of the Forest of Hands and Teeth novels While the POV changed from each of the three books one constant always remained Or the “Unconsecrated” “Mudo” or “Plague Rats” depending which book you’re on The Dark and Hollow Places or the series in general is epic I can honestly say I really really liked it perhaps even loved it However it is not an adventure I would want to read again It is just too damn depressing And I’ll probably have Zombie filled dreams the next night I sleep The world Ryan creates is so grim so full of darkness and despair Honestly its awesome It feels like you are watching a horror movie The book picks up with Gabry’s twin sister Annah What a broken character At first I thought Annah was sure to annoy the hell out of me with her constant complaints of her scars But she uickly grew on me Annah is a very strong solid female protagonist Is she flawed Sure She is so used to depending on herself for everything that she is afraid to let anyone get close to her Throughout the novel she learns that if she or her loved ones are going to make it she has to learn to trust again Annah can not take a break in this novel Ryan puts her through some pretty hellish situations that left me doing something like this Or this I was on the edge of my seat for most of the book Nowhere was safe not from the Zombies or the recruiters Many times they all just wanted to give up But really who could blame them Ryan brought up a very good uestion in this book What is the difference from surviving and simply existing What do you do when you only have a short time to live Well you LIVE You continuing fighting feeling believing So if you haven’t read this book or serieswhat are you waiting for The Return More reviews and at Cuddlebuggery Book Blog

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The Dark And Hollow PlacesWould like to forget the morning Dark And Hollow ePUB #10003 Elias left her for the Recruiters  Annah's world stopped that day and she's been waiting for Elias to come home ever since Somehow without him her life doesn't feel much different than the dead that roam the wasted city around her Until she meets Catcher and ev Perhaps I need to go back and reread The Forest of Hands and Teeth The thing is that book blew me away I loved the mystery the surreal uality Mary's craziness the pervading sense of doom and of course the never ending onslaught of the Unconsecrated I remember reading the book late at night in the middle of a storm while the hubby was away Between the wind and lightening I could hear moans of the undead and when thunder shook my old isolated house I imagined hoards at my door I was so spooked that I actually had to put the book down and take a break from it Carrie Ryan can write a creepy zombie story that is for sure Needless to say I was completely let down by the teen angst portrayed in The Dead Tossed Waves almost so much so that I considered not continuing with the final installment of this trilogy But of course I did finally read The Dark and Hollow Places The verdict Well Carrie Ryan can still write some of the best zombie scenes ever So many zombie books fail because they go for the immediate scare and shock value But Ryan manages to build up a slow tension and throughout the novel and allow the reader to truly see the hopelessness and horror of a zombie apocalypse And then they come stumbling from the cloud of dust and dirt Unconsecrated At fist it’s just a few but then there are and struggling across the rubble and flooding into the streets Slow but steady they flow like blood from a seeping wound Some are short and some are tall Some men and others women Some wear clothes from olden times and some are naked their bodies striped with wounds But all moan with gaping black mouths All claw at the air reaching and needing Some of them shuffle on broken limbs arms gnawed away with stringy gray tendons swinging with each step There are than I could ever count and I know this is just the beginning Soon the entire City will fall to them I stare and wonder how we’ve survived as long as we have against such an inevitable destructionUnfortunately Ryan also has a desire to write about teenage angst and lurve While this worked well in The Forest of Hands and Teeth it’s old hat by now At this point the zombie scenes and the supporting characters are meant only to hinder the romance and heighten the angst Teenagers talk philosophically about the nature of life love and death and manage to be the only good guys amongst many of the survivors we encounter yawn The Dark and Hollow Places is a solid three stars for me While I absolutely love Ryan’s ideas and writing style her execution of this trilogy leaves something to be desired I would love to see her break away from a plot which is so dependent on the lurve and the angst