Despite never having read this one before, I called it soon enough.
Second part, as is par for course with Holmes novels MO, was a narration of the history (on a far place and piquant circumstances for the edifice of London society), spawning the issues at present. Was mislead nicely for a bit, but called too by the letter.
I have to say though that both instances were very gratifying conclusions.
The epilogue was an interesting partner to the third chapter in a way.
"Girls, I am not sure it is a great idea to read this book to you while I'm babysitting!"
"Who brought the random head?"
"I guess we can read this, but you sure you don't want to pick another book?"
"What are you whispering about, Belle? Pay attention! You guys asked for this, after all."
"Hope, Alice... this is too scary for you, right? Fine...fine, I'll read it!"
The dolls are:
Aimerai: Belle (1/6 Scale) - Name: Alice
Doll Love: Fuyumi (1/6 Scale) - Name: Annabelle
IslandDoll: Aurora (1/3 Scale) - Name: Lucy
Gem of Doll: Yummy 1 (1/12 Scale) - Name: Hope
Doll Family H: Xiao Xin (1/3 Scale) - Name: Cole [Needs Body]
For any small town a traveling carnival is a huge event. This traveling carnival is a little different because not everyone will survive this one. This carnival's Castle Of Horrors is the real deal. Aliens, zombies, vampires and werewolves. They're all here and waiting for the unsuspecting townspeople. When JD Cole and the other kids from the local high school entered the castle they thought it would be fun, instead they have to count on each other to survive.
Carnival Of Fear by J.G. Faherty is the type of book that to me shouts: "Read Me Now!" Monsters, a traveling carnival and a bunch of teenagers who can't get along, what's not to like? This book was really a mixed bag though, it kind of felt like a YA novel but with more violence. It has its moments though, I liked the idea that all these kids from different social backgrounds had to work together to survive and because of this they grew and changed. On the bad side there was so much going on in this book it bordered on ridiculous. If you can suspend your disbelief though this is a fun book.
Series can be difficult to write for an author and of course, for me, I have never read any books beyond a trilogy as I prefer it to be short and sweet. Gone series by Michael Granthad surprise me in some - good flow of science-fiction, unraveling plots and twist and characters you understand them and seeing them change as the book series progress. This is the fifth in the 6 book series and Fear has reach its level of not just a good read but one I never thought I want to finish the series to know what happens next.
The FAYZ is going dark, literally. As dark shapes slowly covers the dome and the children of Perdido Beach panic in fear of what will happen when they are in the dark, Sam has to face his greatest fear - the dark. As others make decisions of what they need to do, the gaiaphage is making a move - one that involves Diana's baby. With the dark covering the dome, and the world outside of the dome are going to discover if the parents of the children of Perdido Beach will be able to see their children again, one thing is for certain - the battle has just begun.
Although I took too long to read this (since June, I have no excuse for this late reading and its entirely my fault not making the time for), Fear is the too good to be true not making it into an adaptation, one worthy as a TV series. There's just so much to go for (horror, action, romance, suspense) even though, yes the book is graphic in its violence description and really not for the weak stomach, Fear to me is like the ending of Empire Strikes Back. Overall, I just can't wait to read the next one and hopefully, buckle up my reading habit.