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Shoot me, i had a husband free weekend and an entire weekend by myself and enjoyed every second of it Born,.. I don't know if i can and give it the review it deserves.
What i can say is that Ms. Brown created a world a bit like the walking dead series and a smid Okay,.. Brown created a world a bit like the walking dead series and a smidge of hunger games-ish through her story telling that was beyond real.
I loved the the lead character Emma who is strong and independent yet incredibly sweet and giving despite all her years alone with nothing and no-one but her trusty companion wolf friend.
If shit like this were to really go down, i'd totally want Emma on my team. No doubt. The people she encounters along the way vary, but none stick out like Jake, Anna and then later Will all siblngs mind you.
Anna was a hoot and a girl anyone would quickly want to be friends with, a sweet little thing with a whole lotta sass and kick-butt qualities.
Jake- what a sweetie, potential boy-toy material for our girl Emma But i don't know, he seems more brotherly to me.
A great catch and all but he doesn't have the sizzle Yes- he's sweet. Yes- he's got it bad for Emma, and Yes- he' sounds hot,.. But kinda pansy-ish to me- Now Will on the other hand.
But damn, i think i love that boy. He's got just enough gumption and fight to hold his own against our hard-headed and stubborn girl and takes no prisoners.
He's balls to the wall and ready to go at any time and regardless of the situations fights with OR against Emma for what is right.
He definitely doesn't take her shit. He's all man! True we'd have to chat about his playa ways, but hell it's the zombie-apocolypse for christ sakes, can you blame the guy.
Any way enough of my crazy rambling. If you want an intriguing read that'll keep you at the edge of your seat, biting your nails, May 14, Hollie rated it did not like it Shelves: book-virgin , depressing , cluster-fuck , cliffhanger-no-ending , insta-love , sci-fi , ridiculous , can-t-believe-i-finished-this , badass-heroine , man-whore.
I can't believe I read this whole thing. I should have declared it a DNF. I was looking forward to a book with a tough heroine fighting her way through the apocalypse.
While Em was a badass although to the point of being unrealistic , the plot was ridiculous and skipped around with huge gaps , the characters are repulsive, and the writing style was lacking.
Throw in a love triangle amongst brothers, insta-love twice , and a cliffhanger ending and this is what you get. A total clusterfuck. Not I can't believe I read this whole thing.
Not to mention, one of Em's love interest, Will, was such an unredeemable asshole. He got with another women. Was physically abusive. I mean come on.
Needless to say I won't be continuing this series or recommending this book. The high ratings for this book make no sense. The only part of this brutal read that I liked, was her pet wolf.
View all 4 comments. Jun 03, Bonnie rated it it was ok. This book started great and had such promise the world building was interesting Em and Leo where kick arse and the whole farm house set up was great then we meet jake and Anna and i like them, the story is still coasting along as it should.
Then about half way in stupid shit started happening. These are a few of the things I had a problem with; The love triangle..
It is not ok to tag guys along. And their brothers no less. Em had no real rea This book started great and had such promise the world building was interesting Em and Leo where kick arse and the whole farm house set up was great then we meet jake and Anna and i like them, the story is still coasting along as it should.
Em had no real reason for liking either of them and yet kisses both as well as some chick with a kid What the f people?
If you like two people and cant yet pick between them respect them enough too stay away until u choose!
This one factor was like a stab in the eye anytime the same issues cropped up in the book. One minute she hates Will and more or less implies that hes the type of guy that would beat his wife to death just coz she makes him angry What kind of freaking message does that send to the young girls who pick up this book?
Almost every man in this book was seen as a sexual predator. It was like all the dads, brothers and sons in the world turned on women and thought it was ok to just rape and pillage at will from the get go.
Em thinks a lot about all the ripping of clothes done by sex crazed rapists and ripping of flesh done by zombies and how traumatic it is.
Yeah it would have been if it was even believable at all. This just pissed me right off. It takes the saying "a man always thinks with his I get people screwing each other over to survive I get that not every person in the world is a saint but this book pretty much implied that if something like this ever happened than all my brothers, father, uncles and cuzins, hell even my own son will through all morals and reasonable thought out the window and go on a good old Viking rampage.
Yep, hmm somethings wrong here maybe the fact that a man is just as likely to help or stuff u over as a women.
What ever happened to equality? My next problem was how seemingly random events, like seirge following and trying to kill emma, was a complete waste of my reading time.
He attacks, she kills him, all is said and done no more thoughts on seige or what ever his name was at all.
Now tell me what he was in the book again? Then u got the random killing of nurses doctors and guards, yes their the bad guys but are all of them that bad?
Or just forced to do the bidding of a cruel over lord?? A nurse and doctor helped Em escape at different points in the novel coz they obviously didn't wanna do what they were being forced to and yet she shoots a heap of them with no probz at all.
Doesn't even bat an eye lid. And last but probably not least we have Ems never ending list of injuries that seem to heal in record time and still she traipses around the country side like three days without food couldn't possibly kill her.
Totally whack. I had to force myself to finish it coz I just couldn't take all the pointless kissing and man hating. It was like a slap in the face to every male out there.
And I wish I had more to say then good start but ya lost me a little less then half way through. Mar 14, Becky rated it did not like it Shelves: will-not-read-again , abandoned.
I really, REALLY wanted to love this book, but I made it a third of the way through my minimum for rating a book and had to give up.
My main reason for slogging through that much of it was the protagonist, Emma, who is bad. I love her. She might get scared, but she's tough as nails and keeps going.
I also loved the world building: Emma's post-apocalyptic world is gritty, tense, and creepy. So why did I abandon it?
Easy: not enough proofreading. The book reads like a second, maybe third, d I really, REALLY wanted to love this book, but I made it a third of the way through my minimum for rating a book and had to give up.
The book reads like a second, maybe third, draft. Almost done, but not there. Brown has a serious prejudice against commas, and way too often, questions had periods at the end of them instead of question marks.
It got to the point where I had to reread statements several times to make sense of what was being said.
Considering how highly it's being rated, I'm surprised more reviewers aren't mentioning the obvious grammatical problems. I have the feeling I would love this book it were more polished, but as it is, I plan on returning it to Amazon for a refund.
View all 5 comments. Jan 07, Sabrina Riley rated it it was amazing. If some crazy stuff happens and we arrive at "the end of the world as we know it," I hope I meet someone like Emma.
Strong, capable, smart, with a hint of empathy and heart, she goes from being not much more than a loner with a freaking amazing animal friend in a world with little hope to a savior, leader, and hero.
And the best part is that she does it for only one reason, unlike so many female leads in stories in this genre: because it's the right thing to do.
That's not to say there isn't a If some crazy stuff happens and we arrive at "the end of the world as we know it," I hope I meet someone like Emma.
That's not to say there isn't a love interest But it's not the driving factor of the story, and that makes a big difference to the legitimacy of the plot.
Post-apocalyptic, with gross, scary zombies and humans that may be worse than any monster we can imagine, friendships and bonds, fickle human emotions, action like crazy, and an underlying purpose, Born is a fantastic start to a series, and I can't wait to read the next one.
Jul 18, m rated it did not like it Shelves: sience-fiction , dystopia , future , nah , post-apocalyptic.
Oh, sweet Jesus have mercy. This book has been recommended on my Kindle quite a bit so I decided why not. I'm actually sad I wasted precious reading money on this.
The plot kind of moved fast. First it was surviving by herself; then learning to be with people and think of others; then she risked her life to help them, gets separated and runs into their thought-to-be dead brother.
Then she catches feelings for both of the boys despite one being 7 years older than her!!! Not to be confused with Bourne film series.
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