The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro & Chuck Hogan : Book ReviewI read and enjoyed The Strain as did my friend Val last year but this time out I nabbed the audiobook version of its sequel The Fall. The Fall, second book in a planned trilogy, takes place bare moments after the end of The Strain. New York is sliding further and further into chaos, rioters run rampant, people are disappearing, and the authorities local or otherwise are at a loss for what to do. Abraham Satrakian, Ephraim Goodweather, and the exterminator Vasily form the core of the resistance against the rising vampire population. Unfortunately they are a resistance with its back to the wall.
Book review: ‘The Fall’ by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan
No evident trauma. No nosebleeds. No signs of poisoning. They were seated as any normal passengers would be, chairs in full and upright position, still waiting for the fasten seatbelt sign to be turned off at the airport gate…. Abraham Setrakian is an elderly Armenian professor who understands the darkness that is descending.
It is spreading across the country and soon, the world. But it may be too late. As the virus continues to plague the land, humans find themselves caught in the middle of the conflict. He is currently working on his next film and, with Chuck Hogan, writing the third volume in The Strain trilogy. As you exit the station, cross Mass. Follow Brattle St. The Brattle will be on the left-hand side of the street.
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