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O Ocaso Nova Iorque Uma estirpe misteriosa transforma os habitantes da cidade um a um em vampiros O v rus tomou conta da cidade est a espalhar se pelo pa s e amea a o resto do mundo Apenas um pequeno grupo

Nova Iorque Uma estirpe misteriosa transforma os habitantes da cidade, um a um, em vampiros O v rus tomou conta da cidade, est a espalhar se pelo pa s e amea a o resto do mundo Apenas um pequeno grupo tenta lutar contra os monstros sedentos de sangue que vagueiam pelas ruas da cidade Entre eles est Eph Goodweather, o m dico que consegue finalmente identificar o parasNova Iorque Uma estirpe misteriosa transforma os habitantes da cidade, um a um, em vampiros O v rus tomou conta da cidade, est a espalhar se pelo pa s e amea a o resto do mundo Apenas um pequeno grupo tenta lutar contra os monstros sedentos de sangue que vagueiam pelas ruas da cidade Entre eles est Eph Goodweather, o m dico que consegue finalmente identificar o parasita que causa a infec o Mas pode ser demasiado tarde.Com o futuro do mundo em jogo, Eph, tamb m ele v tima pessoal da batalha entre vampiros, tem de inspirar a sua equipa a combater as for as do Mal, porque o destino que os vampiros reservam para os humanos ainda pior do que a aniquila o total Ter chegado o momento do ocaso

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  1. Guillermo del Toro Chuck Hogan Ana Mendes Lopes says:
    Guillermo del Toro is a Mexican director mostly known for his acclaimed films Pan s Labyrinth, The Devils Backbone, Crimson Peak and the Hellboy film franchise His films draw heavily on sources as diverse as weird fiction, fantasy, horror, and war In 2009, Del Toro released his debut novel, The Strain, co authored with Chuck Hogan, as the first part of The Strain Trilogy, an apocalyptic horror series featuring vampires The series continued with The Fall in 2010 and concluded with The Night Eternal in 2011.

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  1. Stephen says:
    WARNING THERE ARE NO VAMPIRE KITTENS IN THIS BOOK4.0 stars Let me begin by saying that I seem to be impressed with this series than some of my friends who find the series to be too formulaic Personally, I am really enjoying this series and think that this second volume did a great job of moving the story along I didn t like this installment quite as much as The Strain which I thought was just superb I think part of the reason for the lesser rating on this book is that in The Strain, I really lo [...]

  2. Kemper says:
    When I read and reviewed The Strain, I took some easy potshots at Twilight and credited Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan with trying to rescue vampires from the clutches of teenage girls and turn them into monsters again However, the book didn t wow me, and I was hoping that the next one would be an improvement After reading The Fall, I m even less wowed and realize that a book can be much better than Twilight and still be very meh So you ve got a brand of vampires that are part virus part par [...]

  3. Char says:
    3.5 stars The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan Audio 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 t have read this one right now, due to this stupid slump that won t let me get into anything Second, I ve been very busy at work with a lot of mundan [...]

  4. Char says:
    3.5 stars 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 t have read this one right now, due to this stupid slump that won t let me get into anything Second, I ve been very busy at work with a lot of mundane paperwork that doesn t require too much brain power [...]

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  6. Melki says:
    At first this seemed like one colossal boner reading a book upon which the series I just finished watching is based BUT, there were enough differences some major to keep things interesting.There is much I love here big, ugly, NASTY vampires the way vampires are meant to be And no fangs are necessary they have disgusting, eel like appendages that shoot out, dispensing vile, infectious worms into the victims they are feeding from Yuck I also love the urban setting for this series The cramped tenem [...]

  7. Paul says:
    Actual rating 2.5 stars.In my review of The Strain, the first book in this series, I said that it started off well but quickly degenerated into an illogical mess The Fall is the second book in what is planned to be a trilogy, and it starts in the illogical mess phase Where does it go from there Into an extended setup for volume number three Reading The Fall, I felt like the only reason for this book s existence is to keep interest alive for the eventual release of the third book The background s [...]

  8. Heidi says:
    I m not even sure why I read this, since the first book The Strain was mediocre at best I guess I m just a sucker heh for anything that combines vampires with apocalytpic plagues my two favorite things In a nutshell, an ancient parasite resurfaces and takes the world by storm, turning people into vampires of a sort , while a ragtag group of good guys forms a resistance and tries to save the world In this book, the planet s infrastructure begins to collapse as the parasite takes hold What bugs me [...]

  9. Lou says:
    This second book is chilling, the virus is here now and the threat looms The fate of mankind lies in hand of those who have a certain book and the Hunters, you have mortals, hunters and ancients in the fierce battle against the Masters own plan set out The story is action packed and really this book leaves you with loads to look forward to the third installment of The Strain trilogy I have a feeling the third book has been set up to have all the ingredients of a humdinger of battle for mankind.F [...]

  10. Aleshanee says:
    Achtung Evtl kleine Spoiler zu Band 1 Das Blut schlie t direkt an den ersten Band an.60 Tage sind seit den Ereignissen im Flugzeug vergangen und die Stadt New York verf llt immer mehr dem Chaos.In den Nachrichten wird die Katastrophe noch immer als gef hrlicher Virus eingestuft, doch der Epidemiologe Ephraim, der Kammerj ger Vasiliy und der alte Pfandleiher Abraham wissen genau, dass dieser Virus von Vampiren verbreitet wird die Saat des Meisters scheint aufzugehen.Meine MeinungMan kommt sehr gu [...]

  11. Chris says:
    Wow Just wow I wanted to give this 5 stars, as the ending is powerful But I only gave The Strain 4 stars, and this isn t better overall The ending of this book is much better, but The Strain is better from cover to cover, despite its own weak ending Definitely looking forward to The Night Eternal I could see the series getting a 5 star out of me though the individual books are getting 4 More than the sum of its parts, and all that But that will depend on how the authors wrap up the trilogy.Stay [...]

  12. Twobusy says:
    Here s something that almost never happens to me I gave up on this book Why Because, quite simply, it is one of the worst written novels I ve ever encountered, regardless of genre Honestly it s horrifying, and not even a little bit in the sense that you d hope a global vampire apocalypse novel would be I could try to explain in painful detail just how awful it is, telling you about the amateurish plotting, the paper thin characters, the abject lack of subtlety and grace and elegance in the writi [...]

  13. Sud666 says:
    Book Two of the Strain is a lot of fun to read It is, in my opinion, better than the first book.The Vampire Outbreak has turned into a plague in New York Book Two continues the story of our intrepid heroes and their struggle against this modern day vampire plague Book Two delves deeply into this vampire lore and I really enjoyed Chuck Hogan fleshing out the bare bones background of the first book Now it starts to make sense why the Master s thinking might have become warped, and his vision of t [...]

  14. Stuart says:
    New York has gone bye bye and the rest of the world, apart from Britain Vampires can t cross water obviously Here we are with book two of The Strain series called The Fall Aptly named as civilisation is screwed A famous philosopher once said that during a symposium you know The second book has improved, there s a lot for the reader to get their teeth into A lot background fluff is introduced into the characters past, such as Eph and Abraham Setrakian is explored further The old Polish professo [...]

  15. Katy says:
    Disclosure Review based on book I received from Vine in exchange for an honest review I ve read this book twice.My Synopsis The vampires are spreading the government is denying any problems in an attempt to avoid panic Ephraim, Nora, Vasiliy and Dr Setrakian continue to work together to try to stop the Master, and to keep Zach safe from Kelly, Ephraim s ex wife, who is focused on claiming the boy as her Dear One Meanwhile, Eldritch Palmer continues to plot and plan, entirely focused on keeping h [...]

  16. Donna says:
    I am really enjoying this series Very good second book in a series.

  17. Kevin Bessey says:
    If you re thinking of reading The Fall then you probably already know about The Strain d if you ve read The Strain and are thinking of reading The Fall my only advice would be that you would read it only if you re the type of person who likes to watch B movies and figures, I ve already watched half an hour, I might as well finish it to see how it ends I m that type of persond because I love B movies, it probably has a lot to do with why I m still reading this series SPOILERS My review below cont [...]

  18. Rade says:
    I really wanted to enjoy this than I did I tried like crazy to care about the people in the book, to care about their families, their friends, and hope for the best Unfortunately, I felt the writing was a bit on a half assed side The entire book read like it was a mediocre half price bin thriller I was never completely engrossed into the story In fact, some pages I can say that I skipped Mostly the pep talk Eph gave his son Zach which is nice but it did not move the story forward one bit, givin [...]

  19. Scott Rhee says:
    Vampires haven t had a very good decade Not naming names or anything, but Stephenie Meyer is completely to blame I m a 40 something heterosexual male, so right there that tells you a lot about me, I m sure First of all, I m nowhere near the intended demographic for Meyer s ridiculously popular Young Adult series of books about teen vampires and the vapid emo girls who love them, Twilight Second of all, based on the market research, anyway I shouldn t be reading much of anything, let alone Young [...]

  20. Dyuti says:
    I had immensely enjoyed The Strain, which was the first book of the Strain trilogy review here when I had read it late last year So, I was really excited to see how the story would be moved forward in the second installment And I m pretty pleased with what I got.The Plot The vampiric strain which had been unleashed by the Master in the first book has taken over nearly half of NYC It rests on the hands of a few to stop it s spread before its too late before the world gets destroyed And for that t [...]

  21. Becky says:
    Low to mid 3 stars This continuation of the story from The Strain definitely provided insight into a lot of different aspects of the story, and, if one extrapolates a bit, explains some things that were left unexplained in the first book There was a lot of action, and a lot of gore and a lot of tension, and a whole lot of things not going well for humanity in general, but all that being said, I didn t like this one quite as much as the last one I felt like some things were very inconsistently c [...]

  22. Laura says:
    La historia sigue siendo atrapante, la tensi n x saber q ocurre no decae en ning n momento Los personajes est n bien definidos, incluso los malosExcelente historia Recomiendo toda la saga

  23. Sarah says:
    8 9 I m sorry, book, it s me, not you I still liked the continuing story of the fall of Manhattan to the vampire plague, but I lost interest in the middle and ended up taking a month to finish it three weeks longer than the first book in the series I didn t feel as connected to the characters as I had in the first book It also felt like Eph, Sertrakian, Fet, and Nora and the new guys were fighting a losing battle what can four adults and a teenager really do against almost all the rest of humani [...]

  24. Noodle TheNaughtyNightOwl says:
    When I first read The Strain, back before I started doing my reviews on , I posted about it on my Facebook page, saying something along the lines of Twilight, this ain t It s a edge of your seat, find your happy place, whimper in your sleep, kind of vampire story I even think I gave it a 9 10, a score I reserve for only the very best So, The Fall, book two in the series, has been on my wishlist for some time now.Finally, I got around to reading it and perhaps my memories of The Strain have been [...]

  25. Cheryl says:
    In the first book, The Strain, the human race was attacked by a weird parasite The parasite caused an unusual effect on humans turning them into vampires The first book ended with readers being introduced to the Master The second book, The Fall continues right on from the first The Master is out roaming the world, trying to control the vampires and make It appears that there is no one that can stop the Master Even the Old vampires are fighting with the New vampires Eph Goodweather is the head o [...]

  26. Zwaantina De Graven says:
    Het boek kwam wat langzaam op gang, vooral in vergelijking met het eerste deel Even was ik bang voor second book syndrome, maar naarmate het boek vorderde kwam er ook weer wat vaart in het verhaal Eigenlijk wilde ik het boek 3 geven, maar het einde zorgt ervoor dat ik het toch 4 geef.

  27. Dan says:
    Yes, this is different from the show, and yes it is way better too Don t know how soon I will read the 3rd and final book, but I am not sure how that will be considering how this one ended.

  28. Alazzar says:
    The Fall To what does the title refer The fall of vampires The fall of civilization The most pumpkin centric season known to man No It is none of these things After reading this book, I can say with reasonable certainty that it was named after the fall that Del Toro and Hogan took right before they started writing I m assuming that the two of them were tossing around good ideas you know, the type of stuff we saw in The Strain , then simultaneously tripped and stumbled down a flight of stairs mid [...]


  29. C.J. Edmunds says:
    To say that reading The Fall would remind one of the movie 28 days and 28 days later but with a Bite is perhaps close to how reading the book would feel but of course any cinematic medium still can t compare to the cinema of images and sound that runs and rules the mind when gripped by a good book Such, for me, is this one Following the events detailed in the first book, The Strain, its sequel, The Fall aptly titled, metaphorically works on different levels for the reader upon finishing the last [...]

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