Pines (Wayward Pines, Book #1)
Wayward (Wayward Pines, Book #2)
The Last Town (Wayward Pines, Book #3)
By: Blake Crouch
My Rating: Four out of Five stars
Best for: Adults
The Wayward Pines Trilogy is one of those you can’t really justly review without spoiling the fun…
…and fun is what it’s all about.
So, no spoilers here.
Here’s what I can tell you:
A guy wakes up after an accident in a Norman-Rockwell town with no memory of his accident or how he got there.
Anything else would ruin the experience.
Mysteryious. Dystopian. Fun. Creepy. Scary. Monsters. Surprises. Twists. Very M. Night Shyamalan, who actually directed the pilot of the television series that lasted for a couple seasons back in 2015.
Well written. Quick to read. Flawed good guys who feel bad for being bad. Really evil bad guys who think they are good.
Gory violence. Lots of language. Sex.
That about sums it up. The twists surprised me, the hook kept me going, and the resolution in the end left me satisfied.
Adult level content. No kids allowed.
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