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Carrion

Carrion Carrion is about a world consumed by chaos But in this world you are not a desperate survivor hoping to outlast the bedlam instead you are the monster that caused it Consumed by an insatiable hunger

  • Title: Carrion
  • Author: Jonathan R. Rose
  • ISBN: 9781940233253
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • Carrion is about a world consumed by chaos But in this world, you are not a desperate survivor hoping to outlast the bedlam instead, you are the monster that caused it Consumed by an insatiable hunger, a malevolent need to feed, you are the one from whom the masses flee And because of you a group of barbaric men led by a fanatic with a gleaming badge fastened to his chCarrion is about a world consumed by chaos But in this world, you are not a desperate survivor hoping to outlast the bedlam instead, you are the monster that caused it Consumed by an insatiable hunger, a malevolent need to feed, you are the one from whom the masses flee And because of you a group of barbaric men led by a fanatic with a gleaming badge fastened to his chest have banded together with the intention of hunting you and all those like you down Follow in the footsteps of a fiend See what he sees Taste the flesh Smell the decay Suffer the anguish Witness a massive city crumble under the weight of fear and hate and become hell Whether engulfed in flames, or flooded by lakes of blood, all that remains are monsters and men, and the war that wages not only between them, but within themselves.

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    1. This book will not appeal to everyone. This is hard core horror. By that I mean if you only like to dip your toe in the horror pool as far as occasionally reading Stephen King this will not appeal to you and you may find it somewhat offensive. If however your tastes run more towards diving head first into the brutal and graphic horror of Edward Lee, this may be for you. If dripping entrails or chewing up the chubby little arm of an infant make you feel faint this is not for you.“He ate ravenou [...]

    2. As is often the case, I received this book free for the purpose of review. Despite that kindness I give my absolutely candid thoughts below.The nutshell summary on this book is that it follows a single zomboid individual as he travels through the remains of a great metropolitan city appeasing his insatiable appetite for human flesh.To the positive, the book is one of the most profoundly grim pieces of writing I've come across in a few years. The author has painted us a desolation that is unforgi [...]

    3. ‘Carrion' written by Jonathan Rose is a powerful debut work of author who obviously loved to read Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’. Told from perspective of monster that needs to survive in post-apocalyptic world, this book is definitely something that needs to be experienced.Rose introduces reader to chaotic place this world became and while trying to escape from the hunt of a group of men, you would be able to understand how it feels to be prey, while all around there is nothing but chaos, fear [...]

    4. Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I hate saying this but I have to leave this book alone for good as the it's really failing to keep up with the expectations I had before starting with it.The writing is really good but the plot seems a little off and the whole monster's journey is really starting to make me feel sick. I usually have a good appetite for blood and gore but here it's starting to feel quite forced and unnecessary, I mean yes, the [...]

    5. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed the perspective as the monster. It gave a unique perspective to the book.He's more animal than man and the author said he couldn't understand human speech but noted buildings, strollers and other monsters, so it was a little inconsistent, but I liked the story over all.I also liked how we're introduced to other victims of the catastrophe that brought about the fiends, as the monsters are called, and that there's mor [...]

    6. Rose's powerful debut novel allows the reader to shadow a flesh-hungry monster in a post-apocalyptic world. The ghoulish protagonist has no bounds in his brutality, and yet he maintains a kind of innocence, causing one to question what is a monster and who is a hero. Rose's prose is exquisite and his compact narrative gratifyingly philosophical, bringing to mind Shelley's Frankenstein and Camus's The Stranger. I'm excited to read what Rose writes after Carrion. Enter the darkness if you dare.

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