Humans have been displaced at the top of the food chain, and now understand -- to their outright horror -- what it is to be not the consumer, but the consumed. Ephraim Goodweather, director of the New York office of the Centers for Disease control, is one of the few humans who understands what... show more
Humans have been displaced at the top of the food chain, and now understand -- to their outright horror -- what it is to be not the consumer, but the consumed. Ephraim Goodweather, director of the New York office of the Centers for Disease control, is one of the few humans who understands what is really happening. Vampires have arrived in New York City, and their condition is contagious. If they cannot be contained, the entire world is at risk of infection. As Eph becomes consumed with the battle against the total corruption of humanity, his ex-wife, Kelly, now a vampire herself, is ever-more determined to claim their son, Zack. As the Biblical origins of the Ancient ones are gradually revealed, Eph learns that there is a greater, more terrible plan in store for the human race - worse even than annihilation…
Publish date: September 21st 2010
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: The Strain Trilogy (#2)
This is the second book in The Strain Trilogy. It is a decent enough horror / apocalypse story but it, unfortunately, gives the feeling that you are reading a TV-show script rather than a genuine book.The book is the usual roller coaster ride of intrigue, traitors to humanity, surprise attacks and o...
I liked this second entry in "The Strain" series! This is the first book I've listened to narrated by Daniel Oreskes and he was fantastic. I was worried that it would affect my enjoyment listening to the second book after reading the first, but it was for naught. First off, I probably couldn'...
I have lost all hope for humanity! So much loss, destruction. Even with the small snippets of hope dealt out through this book, the demise of hero's and the disappearance of key players end this sequel on a low, low note. I urge everyone to read this series! Even if you have started to watch the TV...
This book is a continuation of the story started in The Strain. While I think it is very much a middle book, it's not a terribly boring or tedious middle book and kept me very engaged through the entire novel. Things are looking terrible for humanity as a Master vampire is busy taking over the US ...
Read this awhile back. Liked the premise, but it didn't quite hit all the marks. I enjoyed it overall. Would recommend for those who are a fan of vampire tales.