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❮Read❯ ➵ One ➹ Author Conrad Williams – Ruseeds.co This is no country he knows and no place he ever wants to see even in the shuttered madness of his worst dreams But Richard Jane survived He walks because he has no choice and at the end of thi❮Read❯ ➵ One ➹ Author Conrad Williams – Ruseeds.co This is no country he knows and no place he ever wants to see even in the shuttered madness of his worst dreams But Richard Jane survived He walks because he has no choice and at the end of thi T.

His is no country he knows and no place he ever wants to see even in the shuttered madness of his worst dreams But Richard Jane survived He walks because he has no choice and at the end of this molten road running along the spine of a burned battered country his son may be aliv.

One MOBIHis is no country he knows and no place he ever wants to see even in the shuttered madness of his worst dreams But Richard Jane survived He walks because he has no choice and at the end of this molten road running along the spine of a burned battered country his son may be aliv.

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  1. Bryan Alexander Bryan Alexander says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBILike The Road but less cheerful


  2. Stephen Theaker Stephen Theaker says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIThe superb movie style cover of this book tells you all you need to know about the plot going in a man walks to London through a devastated Britain However it does mislead in one way despite the tagline This is you This is now And your number is up the book isn't written in the second person That was a reliefIn the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Peter Nicholls noted in the entry Holocaust and After that Many of the authors cited have not been closely associated with Ge


  3. Silver Thistle Silver Thistle says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBII'm not sure what to make of thisIt's gritty unforgiving and brutal What a nightmareBut it isn't complete I don't think I understand that our 'hero' doesn't know what happened to cause the apocalypse therefore we the reader don't know either but there's to it than that We find out who the biggest threats are and we're told how they came into being and what they're about We're told what a struggle it is for humans to function and what makes things difficult to survive We're even told how the rats have somehow thrived and ta


  4. Paul Paul says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIThis is you This is now And your number is upFor reasons that are too complicated to touch upon here I have long been a fan of apocalyptic and post apocalyptic fiction Novels about the end of the world have always sparked my imagination and over the years I have read a fair number Some like Swan Song by Robert McCammon and Blood Crazy Simon Clark I keep going back to again and again I always look forward to reading a new example of the genre and so was happy when I finally managed to pick up a copy of One by Conrad WilliamsThe novel follows deep sea diver Richard Jane in the immediate aftermath of an extinction level even


  5. The Great Dan Marino The Great Dan Marino says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIThis is a somewhat edited version of an e mail I sent a few friends after first reading it vThis one’s a postapocalyptic SFF novel about a deep sea diver in the North Sea present day who's fixing the leg of an oil rig feels a tremor and comes up to find the world all scorched and pretty much everything dead in grisly fashion He then sets off to make his way down the length of the UK hoping to find his son alive in London against all oddsThere are of course a lot of echoes of previous works here The list of postapocalyptic stuff is too long to mention What attracted me to this book is that we're right there when the cataclysm happens not starting in the aftermath as with say The Road or False Dawn or I Am Legend or Mad Max or Fallout and it jumps right into things


  6. Ed Ed says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIConrad Williams is a good writer that said I thought the development of the book was disappointing There are two distinct stories here The first half of the book has a theme of world catastrophe which was very well done The second half is a scifihorror book that becomes increasingly morbid dark and with unclear focus Overall the characters were not well developed and there was excessive emphasis on the solitary sufferings of the hero with little else to


  7. Paula Paula says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIGruesome almost from page one Good but a real stomach turner Very very dark Not for the feint of heart


  8. Di Di says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIThis story is heartwarming in a weird way A father on his way to see his boy when almost all in the world is deadI realized that this post apocalyptic stories interests me Seeing how the people try to survive after the civilization got almost wiped outIt is the first of its kind that i have read and so i enjoyed it a lot I imagine this to be good if turned into a tv show Highly recommend but watch out for the gore


  9. Carolyn Storer Carolyn Storer says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIOne by Conrad Williams is about one mans journey to find his son following an apocalyptic event The United Kingdom is a scorched and desolate place covered with a glittering dust rubble and corpsesThe book is broken into two parts and the opening first few chapters are just pure brilliance The pace was fast and the characters vivid It wet my appetite for what was going to be something special or so I thoughtAfter the first few intense and profound chapters the pace slowed to a virtual stop The main protagonist Richard Jane realising that an extinction level event had taken place begins his journey to London on


  10. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Paperback ë One PDF/EPUB Þ One MOBIConrad Williams One Virgin Books 2009I knew too much when I started this book unfortunately If you're reading this review you probably already do as well I say this because while the first half of the book is good it's a different animal entire than the second half and the final sentence of part one is one of those understated sucker punches that just wor


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