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The Island - Part 4 (Fallen Earth) by [Stark, Michael]
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The Island - Part 4 (Fallen Earth) Kindle Edition

4.3 out of 5 stars 186 customer reviews
Book 4 of 5 in Fallen Earth (5 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 625 KB
  • Print Length: 91 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008TAI6LI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 186 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What an utter disappointment

Very little character build-up. I was expecting some sort of tale about the efforts of a post-apocalyptic set of survivors to deal with the situation and the interactions between them.

It quickly settled into a good versus evil - goodies versus hob goblins and the like - formulaic production split into episodes to extort a few pennies from those readers who , when they have started something, are compelled to finish it.

The people who share the Island appear to be all wearing the proverbial red tunics acquired from Star Trek. You know! Those who wear them are always the ones who get eaten, shot or otherwise killed off. So there's no point in introducing them or spending any time building their character!

In short - what an utter waste of time - best consigned to the kindle to while away those 4 hr waits in airport lounges!!!
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The first three were free and now the author has you hooked, and I have to say less than a quid for this book is a bargain. I am loving the way the story is going, the relationships past and present and the group coming together as a team trying to survive an unsurvivable plague. The added ingredient of zombie like ghouls and demons takes it well into the horror catagory. The author writes so well I found myself sitting on the edge of my chair reading rather than relaxed with feet up. Not one for the bedtime if you want a peaceful nights sleep!
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I'm used to reading books with over 1000 pages, you just get into the flow and you run out of padges I was reading a book a night then having to find the next one. Wonderful story but frustrating in these small parts.
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This book seemed to be building up to something pretty good but the ending seems rushed and is not satisfying for the reader. This section and the last chapters really disappointed me, especially since I had to pay for each section individually. I don't like this method of hooking you into a book and then making you pay for each bit. I would rather pay all the money up front for the book.
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Good Book Rubbish Ending

I really enjoyed reading all four parts of this book until the end, without giving the end away it just finished very suddenly and left me a bit disappointed.

I found this quite strange as it was a great read and could of easily read another four to see it resolved properly, it seems like it was really rushed when he had so much more options he could of gone with some more imagination. not the big bang ending i was hoping for. it left nothing answered don't think i will wait for a resolution.
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Well what can I say this book could have very easily been split/combined with a book either side. The story is plodding along not to much happening........but you can see where the final book is going to go. Again I was able to not read for a few days but this far in there was no danger of forgetting the characters/plotline.
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The fourth part of the series gets right down to the nitty gritty nasty side of monsters vs little ol' humans. As if the things lurking in the dark weren't enough to worry about now sub-groups of humans have started hunting down their fellow man.
Wonderfully dark without being depressing and the apocalyptic setting is realistic, despite the odd cannibalistic monster or two.
I have found myself enjoying the story and writing. Wanting to know how the main characters fate is tied into both the past and future of the war between the two sides.
Still think it should have been a complete novel *grumble*.
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After reading parts 1-3 of The Island I was hoping that part 4 would give some answers and perhaps conclude the story on the remote island. However I was left feeling that this was perhaps only the beginning in a much longer and complicated storyline. I did however love the characters all of which seemed complex and sometimes alittle confusing in their actions. The unknown evil that seeps into the world at night really made my skin crawl, yet so many questions were left unaswered at the end of the series that I felt alittle let down. I would certainly like to know what happens after the island but am left asking myself if the author will ever really tell us what is happening, or indeed knows himself. Saying that the description is perfectly gruesome, and the use of the changing weather and seasons heightened the fear of the unknown, storms signalling the world being tore apart and the oncoming of winter echoing the impending darkness and fear. Overall a good read, but I think it needed to conclude this part of the story more clearly.
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