Thursday, December 15, 2016

Book Review | Nest by Terry Goodkind


Kate Bishop thought she was an ordinary woman living and working in Chicago. But when she unexpectedly finds herself in the middle of a police investigation into a brutal murder, Kate makes a shocking discovery: she has the ability to identify killers just by looking into their eyes.

Trying to grasp the implications of this revelation, Kate is drawn deep into a world of terror. She is tracked down by Jack Raines, a mysterious author with shadowy connections to those who share her ability. He tells Kate that her unique vision also makes her a target, and only he can help her.

Now, hot on Jack and Kate’s heels are a force of super-predators, vicious and bloodthirsty killers who will stop at nothing until Kate is dead. But even as she fights for her life, Kate still isn’t sure if Jack is really her salvation, or another killer coming to slaughter her.

An explosive mix of action and suspense, Nest is a landmark new novel from worldwide bestselling author Terry Goodkind, and a complete reinvention of the contemporary thriller. Travel with Goodkind on a dangerous journey to the back alleys of the darknet, to the darkest corners of our minds, and to the very origins of what it is to be human.

I'm not usually into spoilers, but I'm about to tell you what happens in this entire book.

Kate, you have a special ability.
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Stories from the past
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Mankind is awful and video gamers only play video games because they are a suitable substitution for killing people
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Stuff finally happens
The End

Would I recommend Nest to others?
No.

3/10: Didn't Like It

Review copy provided by publisher

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5 comments:

  1. Hahahaha love the review. Maybe I will try this. HA Joking

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  2. Awesome review. I will definitely skip out on this one.

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  3. Ha ha ha!! This is so how I feel like writing synopsies sometimes. Thanks for the warning. I'll avoid it.

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  4. lol yeah I believe I'll pass on this one. :)

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  5. This post totally made me laugh! I think I'll not be reading this book any time soon. :D

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