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Förgörelsen : andra delen i trilogin om släktet (original 2010; edition 2010)

by Guillermo del Toro, Chuck Hogan, Anders Bellis

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Title:Förgörelsen : andra delen i trilogin om släktet
Authors:Guillermo del Toro
Other authors:Chuck Hogan, Anders Bellis
Info:Bra böcker, 2010.
Collections:Lästa, Read but unowned
Tags:Vampyrer, Fantasy, Skräck, Postapokalyps, Läst2013

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The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro (2010)



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The second book in The Strain tirlogy. I lvoed the first book which was unique and action packed. This book really dragged in the beginning with a lot of recap and not much action. It did pick up in the last third of the book and I am still looking forward to the last book in the series. ( )
  RachelNF | Jan 15, 2016 |
Enjoying the series. ( )
  CassandraSabo | Dec 5, 2015 |
Wow, the first book showed promise. This one falls flat. The characters were unfortunately not interesting where I lost a lot of momentum in finishing this series. ( )
  capiam1234 | Oct 11, 2015 |
I tried really, really hard to get over my disappointment with the first book to give this one a fair chance. However, there really aren't any redeeming factors here. Most of the main characters flatline in their development, and the plot moves in circles at a snail's pace. The dialogue is relatively tired, and character interactions become almost entirely implausible and unrealistic.

Where the first book had promise, this one is difficult to slog through. The ending would be more sentimental and interesting if the characters made sense and the plot wasn't full of holes, but unfortunately that isn't the case here. This simply falls into the category of another book with an all-powerful villain that decides to leave the task of dealing with his only real threat with ineffective and bumbling henchmen. Oh, and a few Nazis thrown in for good measure - vampire Nazis are always bound to get some people to continue reading. ( )
  bdtrump | May 9, 2015 |
Among the many artistic and practical challenges that novelists face, one of the more frustrating must be this: writing the second novel of a trilogy that can stand on its own rather than as a bridge from the first novel to the concluding novel. Del Toro and Hogan confront that challenge with “The Fall,” the second novel in their trilogy, and they succeed better than most.

The story picks up immediately after the conclusion of “The Strain,” the first book in the trilogy, and the remaining band of vampire hunters fight the good fight against the Master and his vampire and human minions. The action is fast-paced, the plotting is quick, and the death and destruction are relentless. In the course of the story, we learn more about Setrakian’s past, and a new plot element is introduced—an ancient book that contains the secrets of the strigoi’s origins. The novel concludes with the death of a major character, another character in dire jeopardy, and the world on the brink of nuclear winter—all of which points clearly to a thrilling conclusion in “The Night Eternal,” the final book in the trilogy.

I suspect that the concluding volume (which I’ve not yet read) will be just as enjoyable as the first and somewhat better than this one—a serviceable and better-than-average “bridge” between the first and the last. ( )
  jimrgill | Feb 26, 2015 |
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Mientras la enfermedad y la cuarentena empiezan a desparramarse por todo el país y el mundo, Eph y Nora identifican el parásito gusano que es el agente infeccioso. Se encuentran atrapados entre las dos facciones en guerra, los Vampiros del Viejo Mundo y los Vampiros del Nuevo Mundo, que luchan para controlar el planeta. Los humanos se han visto desplazados hasta el tope de la cadena alimenticia y ahora comprenden, para su horror, lo que es no ser el consumidor sino... el consumido.
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Del Toro, Guillermoprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Hogan, ChuckAuthormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Raitio, RistoTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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(from the back of the book) The vampiric virus is spreading and soon will envelop the globe. Amid the chaos, Eph Goodweather - head of the Center for Disease Control's team - leads a band out to stop these bloodthirsty monsters. But it may be too late.

Ignited by the Master's horrific plan, a war has erupted between Old and New World vampires. Caught between these warring forces, powerless and vulnerable, humans find themselves no longer the consumers but the comsumed. At the center of the conflict lies an ancient text that contains the vampires' entire hhistory...and their darkest secrets. Whoever finds the book can control the outcome of the war and, ultimately, the fate of us all.
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As New World vampires go to war with Old World vampires over an ancient book containing the entire history and darkest secrets of the vampires, Eph Goodweather and his team from the Centers for Disease Control seek to stop the vampiric plague and the monsters it has created.… (more)

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