Thursday, 26 September 2013

Waiting to Catch Fire promotional e-galley review.


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Title : Inhuman by Kat Falls
Author : Kat Falls
Source :Netgalley
Pages : Not sure but Inhuman has 384


Waiting to Catch Fire? From the publisher of The Hunger Games trilogy, here are three books to read while you wait for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in theaters November 22! 
     Inside you will find:
     * The FULL digital galley of Inhuman by Kat Falls
     * Chapters from The Darkest Path by Jeff Hirsch
     * Chapters from The Bar Code Prophecy by Suzanne Weyn

About Inhuman:
Lane’s crossed into the Feral Zone, where humans have gone…wild. In this imaginative tale of action, intrigue, and romance, author Kat Falls brings readers to the very edge of civilization — and dares them to jump.
About The Darkest Path:
A civil war rages between a militant religious group called the Glorious Path and what's left of the US government. When forced convert Cal is sent on the run, a chain of events threatens the fate of the entire country. USA Today bestselling author Jeff Hirsch once again creates a futuristic world with stunning, dramatic realism.
About The Bar Code Prophecy:
One girl struggles to escape the conformity of a dystopian world in this third book of the Bar Code series.
On Grace’s seventeenth birthday, she comes home to find her family gone and police everywhere. Now she’s on the run — part of a dark conspiracy and an extraordinary prophecy that will change the world forever.
My Thoughts :
Inhuman Review
When I heard of this I knew Id read it because it sounds so different. 

Lane lives behind the wall. She has heard the tales of the East. She has heard about the Feral Zones and like everyone else, to her its just a story. She knows the history of why the wall was there but it still doesn't prepare her for whats outside. 

The Fereae virus has decimated the world. It caused animals to go feral and turns people into savage animals, literally! The wall in the West was built, by the same company who created the virus, to keep out the ferals.

When Lane finds out that her father is a fetch (someone who illegally goes into the zones to fetch items and sell) and is now on the run from the government she is shocked. She is told that unless her father fetches a certain something he will be killed. She has no choice but to go into the heart of the feral zone to try and find him. 

Ok, this book was awesome!! The idea that the people are actually turning into different animals is so unique. Also the virus is mutating people into different mixtures of animals. When lane sees her first Manimal she is shocked. She knows now that the "fariytales" her father told her every night are true and he was secretly preparing her in case she ever had to go there. She sees people with tails and fur and different animal parts on them. 

I loved Lane. Her character starts out so afraid of dirt and infection that she has hand sanitizer on hand at all times but soon realises that that's the least of her worries. Her father made her take all kind of survival classes when she was growing up and she is so thankful for them but will they really help her survive, especially when she is up against cunning, vicious animals.

Everson and Rafe were another thing I loved. Everson is a soldier who patrols the border between the Wall and the Feral Zone. He finds Lane trying to cross and instead of turning her in he tries to help. Rafe is at the total opposite of Everson, he is rough and wild and grew up in the zone. Everyday for him is a struggle to survive. He is hunting a vicious rogue Manimal,that is ripping out the hearts of his victims, when he comes across Lane. He knows he father so decides to help her locate him.

What follows is an action packed, fight for survival, fast paced book. The world Kat Falls has created is unique and dangerous. I love the concept of the people being bitten and turning into mishmash animals. The author draws you in with her descriptive writing. It had plenty of twists and enough mystery to keep me satisfied. When I read the ending though I was so sad but hopeful they can fix it. I definitely cant wait for book 2 to see where the author will take it.

I read The Darkest Path excerpt and liked the sound of it. Ill definitely check it out. I didn't read  The Barcode Prophecy though because that's book 3 and I haven't read book 1 or 2. 


  1. Sounds good Nat, I had seen it and thought that it wasn't for me but after your review, I might give it a go ;)

    1. It was Mel and I really enjoyed it. It was different!! Thanks for stopping by :)


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