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At the dawn of the twentieth century in the Idaho logging town of Eliada orphaned farm boy Jason Thistledown and black physician Andrew Waggoner came face to face with monsters the human sort in the form of American eugenicists seeking to perfect the human race through breeding and culls and the inhuman a parasitic species named Juke that lived off the hopes dreams and faith of humanity even as it consumed it from withinThe year is In a remote valley in the Bavarian Alps the Germanic students of those eugenicists seek to uncover the secret of the Juke and the promise of the Ü. NOW AVAILABLEand on the table and if you look closely you can see that greg's fox table is still alive and kicking FOXEN ”When was the last time you saw Molinare’s ghost” asked Andrew Dominic set the cup down before Andrew“Just now” he said “Just a moment ago He was at the bar over there” Dominic pointed to the far end of the bar toward the Liberty’s street entrance “He warned me as he often does”“What did he warn you of”“Calamity” said Dominic “Always calamity”if you read Eutopia A Novel of Terrible Optimism and thought to yourself “i liked it but it coulda used nazis” then you are in luck friend this seuel is LOADED with nazis and yes since i know you are thinking about asking me i do think you should read eutopia before reading this one i was surprised but thrilled to learn about this seuel but with six years of forgetting time between the two books i was concerned that i would be lost fortunately he does a really good job hitting the touchpoints of the first book memory refreshers that don't come across as exposition dumps he also gets the reader up to date bridging the timeline between where eutopia left us in 1911 and where this one picks up in 1931 with a few key moments however i do not think there’s enough in the refresher bits to catch a complete newbie up to speed that’s not to say you can’t enjoy this as a standalone but i think you will miss out on a lot if you try to be some kind of “i only read seuels” renegadethis is the rat king of genre blends it’s science fiction horror and historical fiction where historical personages like goebbels and that other guy coexist with familiar fictionals from eutopia as well as ghosts jukes which you will know to fear from having read eutopia and the menacing new to the scene orlok whose taxonomy iscomplicated for now just think of a combination of charles manson and drax surrounded by naked and adoring hitler jugend bellowing Joseph Goebbels is a man that I would not ever fuck with a dave bautista belly laughit’s only natural that a story with its roots in eugenics would become filled with nazis once it became era appropriate but it’s not the kind of nazi horror i’m used to which is admittedly awesome but a bit sillier this is much literary the grown up dark chocolate of horror writing where the historical detailing is as considered as the horror bits and which highbrow manners you can pretty much tell from the titles; stiff and formal invoking in volking brittle browned paperEutopia A Novel of Terrible Optimism Volk A Novel of Radiant Abominationit's not dry just respectable although it's true that the horror in this one is less front and center than in eutopia there’s one really creepy scene but for the most part it’s closer to supernatural historical than true horror whatever it is it is a very good book which you will discover when you come to it after having diligently read eutopia because you have been so well behaved you may read the prologue for free herethis is available TODAY i am still reading it so you guys can go out and get it and lap me and then make fun of me for my slow reading of late LIES it has been DELAYEDI DID NOT KNOW THAT THIS SEUEL WAS HAPPENING AND NOW I CAN'T EVEN CONTAIN MY EXCITEMENT WWWWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHcome to my blog

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Volk by David NickBermensch In Paris Dr Andrew Waggoner enters his third decade of unravelling the mystery of the elusive organism Jason Thistledown now a veteran pilot of World War I gets ready to embark on a new career flying mail and passengers in North Africa and he hopes forget the profound horrors that have shaped himSoon they will all have to reckon with one other a terrible synthesis of those horrors which moves among humanity with an inexorable and terrible purpose obliterating and reshaping that humanity until there is only one thing leftDie volksDavid Nickle is a Toronto based author. David Nickle writes complex intelligent books about intelligent people They aren't always good people some of them are monsters This isn't light reading The story is complex and the characters are many leveled and sometimes confounding It is a book that will resonate with our current state of affairs in the United States It is a horror story It might also be seen as a kind of an offhand comment from Canada that we had best mind our Ps and s and reread our history books For those who like to sink their teeth into a story this is definitely your cup of tea; or actually it is a hard slug of a dark whiskey Nickle is one of those writers who take you down dark hallways and then leave you gasping for breath and grasping for balance

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Free read Volk by David Nickle ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☂ Volk ✎ Author David Nickle – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk At the dawn of the twentieth century in the Idaho logging town of Eliada orphaned farm boy Jason Thistledown and black physician Andrew Waggoner came face to face with moAnd journalist whose fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies like Cemetery Dance The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror the Northern Frights series and the ueer Fear series Some of it has been collected in his book of stories Monstrous Affections His first solo novel Eutopia A Novel of Terrible Optimism led the National Post to call him “a worthy heir to the mantle of Stephen King” His most recent novel Rasputin's Bastards was called supernatural eeriness at its best He also works as a reporter covering Toronto municipal politics for a chain of community newspaper. Well written and carefully crafted which is why I gave four stars However this story is deeply disturbing with how closely the yucky parts parallel known religions and it gets pretty yucky Totally messed with my head I'm not sure if I liked it no matter how well it was written Definitely good horror