Wayward Pines Book Review
This international bestseller is now a huge television serious from the producer M. Night Shyamalan was involved in projects like the Sixth Sense or The Village.
What special FBI agent Ethan Burke wakes up in a deserted hospital the small town of wayward pines he knows that he's been in an accident and can barely remember what had happened to him. There seems to be no medical staff around him apart from one creepy nurse was acting really patronizing.
The stories very easy to read and keeps you at the edge of the seat. Once you start reading is difficult to stop and you'll probably "swallow"the three books in a matter of couple of days. The story moves well and the writer gets to the point without all the unnecessary fluff that you find in so many books right now.
There are a lot of twists that you will never see coming and as you read along it always leaves you wanting to know what will happen next.
I give this book a rating of four out of five since I really enjoyed it however the ending left me hanging a little bit. Once you start analyzing all the plots, you can find some loopholes in it. All in all it is a solid book and no wonder it has been made into a TV show.
Even if you read it and then watched the show it will not spoil the fun because as it usually is in TV it is a bit different and will still surprise you.
Welcome to the second book of the Wayward Pines trilogy called "Wayward". Now each Thursday on Fox you can watch Matt Dillon as Sheriff Ethan Burke in charge of a picture-perfect idyllic town of wayward pines.
Situated in the Valley and surrounded by mountains looks like every other small town in America.
One major difference is that it is surrounded by an electric fence that is supposed to keep its inhabitants both safe and imprisoned. The year was 4028 and all the civilization as we know it had died out. The people of Wayward Pines are the last what is left of the modern civilization.
It is David Pilcher's vision to complete a new generation of Wayward Pines inhabitants the future as he calls its under the watchful eye of thousands of cameras and sensors that monitor the town.
There will be nothing about this scenario if it wasn't for the fact that people somehow seem to find their ways to Wayward Pines from the modern day world.
The Last Town (The Wayward Pines Trilogy)
Wayward Pines challenge series that has been made into a TV show on Fox. The first 10 episodes of the show has been extremely successful. One of the reason of the success is the director M. Night Shyamalan and great cast including Matt Dillon and Carla Guggino.
Blake Crouch is well known for more than a dozen of suspense mystery novels. Some of the titles include Locked Doors: A Novel of Terror or Run.
Wayward Pines is a small town that on the surface looks like any other regular small town in the US. However after the arrival of Ethan Burke played by Matt Dillon, who is an FBI agent, weird things start to happen.
Ethan while looking for his dead partner gets into a car accident and wakes up in Wayward Pines Hospital. There is no one else there apart from him and he can't seem to contact anybody from the outside world. The phone is not working his wife is not picking up and so he's completely cut off from everything he had known before.
Little by little Ethan uncovers the town's dirty little secrets and finally goes against the town sheriff, Pope, played beautifully by Terrence Howard.
The cast, the genius of the director, and the writing of Blake Crouch is what makes this as amazing as it is.