KINDLE [Vanishing Point]


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    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] I've read this book numerous times and it's still just as engrossing to me as it was the first time I love how the Winchester Mystery House feels like it's another character I finally had the chance to visit the house last week which prompted me to pick this book up again to reread once I'm not sure which aspects I enjoy the most; the Post Apocalyptic storyline the sci fi element the science of the story the characters or the hou

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    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] First of all that book cover is terrible It screams 1993 The novel itself holds up pretty well than 20 years after publication Although references to saving everything on disks are dated overall Roessner doesn't get into too much technology t

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    review Vanishing Point Michaela Roessner Ï 5 characters KINDLE [Vanishing Point] This book kept me up late reading and I was sorry to see it end I would like to read a seuel to see what becomes of the characters It is a rarity in the science fiction world a novel with well developed characters with believable motives and a realistic look at love and relationships Thirty years after most of the world’s population disappeared a band of survivors inhabiting the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose Cal

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    Michaela Roessner Ï 5 characters review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Michaela Roessner review Vanishing Point A very absorbing thoughtful story set 30 years after the mysterious vanishing of 90% of the population Centered around two main characters Nesta is the scientist looking for the cause of the Vanishing and Renzie fearless and confident leader cope with loss loneliness and survival in an uncertain world Recommended

  5. says: review Vanishing Point Michaela Roessner Ï 5 characters review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Michaela Roessner

    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] one of my favourite uirky SF novels reviewed in full here

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    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] review Vanishing Point Not a terrible novel An interesting premise set in a part of the country the Bay Area in Northern California that I have visited many times The

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    review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Michaela Roessner KINDLE [Vanishing Point] I received a copy of the from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis book took me by surprise I wanted to read it because the idea of it taking place 30 years after 90% of the population disappeared sounded extremely interesting But it didn't prepare me for one of the most real most apocalyptic worlds I've read

  8. says: review Vanishing Point review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Michaela Roessner Michaela Roessner Ï 5 characters

    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] What would life be like in a world where 90 percent of the human race disappears overnight? Now what would that world be like 30 year

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    review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Michaela Roessner Michaela Roessner Ï 5 characters review Vanishing Point Vanishing Point was originally published in 1993 This new publication comes at a time when dystopian novels have become the rage It’s been 30 years since a huge percentage of the population just Vanished No trace was lef

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    KINDLE [Vanishing Point] I've become pretty jaded about post apocalyptic fiction thanks to current trends in YA fiction simply because the

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review Vanishing Point Vanishing Point Free read ´ 5 It happened one night without warning 90% of the human race disappeared without a trace There were no bodies a. First of all that book cover is terrible It screams 1993 The novel itself holds up pretty well than 20 years after publication Although references to saving everything on disks are dated overall Roessner doesn t get into too much technology that dates her Although possibly if I was tech skilled I would feel differentlyThe book opens 29 years after The Vanishing a morning when 10 percent of the global population woke up to find the other 90 percent had simply disappeared without a trace In those nearly three decades the survivors have mostly grouped up into communes cults and gangs with a few older people still maintaining their homes and desperately waiting for their vanished loved ones to return The novel focuses on a commune of sorts living in the Wincester Mystery House where they ve continued to build in the same haphazard fashion While they try to solve the mystery of how and why the Vanishing occured the Housers also have to deal with a cult that believes those left behind lacked faith and if the non faithful are eliminated the newly faithful will join the vanished Sci Fi isn t a genre that I read often especially not written for an adult audience Some of the sciency stuff and battle planning made my eyes blur a bit which just reflects on me as a reader not the book but the prose and the characters which it seems like often suffer in this genre are excellent While there s an understandably large cast the main characters are all fleshed out and believable The differences between those who survived the Vanishing the first generation now young adults and the second generation strikingly independent children are fascinating

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Vanishing Point

review Vanishing Point Vanishing Point Free read ´ 5 Nd no clue as to where they went or whether they would ever return After years of violence spawned by fear and. one of my favourite uirky SF novels reviewed in full here

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review Vanishing Point Vanishing Point Free read ´ 5 Rage an uneasy peace is restored But fanatics still rove the land trying to discover what caused the Vanishin. I received a copy of the from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis book took me by surprise I wanted to read it because the idea of it taking place 30 years after 90% of the population disappeared sounded extremely interesting But it didn t prepare me for one of the most real most apocalyptic worlds I ve read The characters were real and well developed the society and the different groups that have developed were logical and believable The story is on the whole simple with some concepts that might be too scientific for some It feels natural and well developed it isn t overly exciting but is interesting I truly loved this bookThe story takes place 30 years after a world shaking event one day people woke up and 90% of the population was just gone In those 30 years the world broke down slowly divided into factions and cults and religions In the early day there were raiders and other negative groups but for the most part those died out and the remaining humans have banded together to help live The three primary groups we follow are the Homers people who are dedicated to up keeping there homes int he hope that one day the vanished people will return the Housers a large community that has taken up living in the Winchester house and around it and the Heaven Bounders one of the only negative groups left one that believes the vanished have been taken to heaven and those remaining must repent all of the them or no one can go and they physically get rid of those who won t convert The story jumps between perspectives but primarily follows Renzie a girl who was born shortly after the vanishing she and the others of the first generation after the vanishing are able to see an aurora in the sky no one else can see We also follow Nesta an older woman who survived the vanishing and has traveled from Pennsylvania to join the resources already established in San Jose researching what caused the vanishing However she s not interested in what caused the vanishment she s interested in what is happening after the vanishment She s interested in how the first generation can see this aurora and how the second seems the see even She s interested in anomalies that have popped up times when colors change or there is a patch of daylight in the night She hopes this will help show them with their future and maybe help them understand the vanishing itselfIt isn t an exciting book if anything it read to me like a mystery Following Nesta s research and watching in unfold was thoroughly intriuing and captured by attention I wanted to know what was happening I wanted to understand it I felt like a character in the book looking over Nesta s shoulder with as much anticipation of anyone in the room at what was being discovered The rest was of a character study We followed the characters day to day in the House we followed the thought processes behind different groups over how each person was handling or damaged by the Vanishing It was a very real experience no one was difficult for the sake of progressing the story everyone was logical While this makes for a less exciting story it made it one I connected to and I felt a part of When twists happened they took me off guard and surprised me It was very well writtenThe characters were beyond believable they felt real They were rational they were archetypal to the smallest extent They were developed just enough without too many bells and whistles and every time I returned to the book it felt like starting a new episode of a show I had become attached to I was returning somewhere familiar I wanted to know what my characters were doing what they ve been up to I wanted to know The interactions the love the anger the emotions in general were well placed and accurate I loved learning the backstories of the characters and watching their lives develop I worried for them Even the house and the way the characters interacted with the house made the House itself a characterThe primary concern I ve read in reviews and the downfall of this book for many is in the nature of the story 90% of the population vanished and we re trying to figure out why So of course there is science But for me it wasn t too much it was a few paragraphs here or there where I reread to make sure I understood the theory they were discussing but I never had to look anything up it was pretty simple stuff Many say it was textbook like but man do I wish I had textbooks that were that simple and short More times than not there was character dialogue that simplified the overly complex parts But I don t know for me it was so interesting I loved it I almost wanted of it But I can see how this might not be to everyone s tastesI don t know how to put it This was a great book it was simple and complex it was intriguing and real It felt familiar and believable The author managed to take a big idea a daunting broad idea for an apocalypse and created such a real and believable aftermath One I haven t seen since I read Alas Babylon There is something refreshing about a character based story not much drama romance or action but instead a natural human desire for why I was a mystery and it wasn t I don t know uite what it was But I loved it Can you really show me a single person including yourself including me who since the Vanishing can t be said to belong to a cult Even if it s a cult of one

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Vanishing Point
  • Michaela Roessner
  • English
  • 02 June 2019
  • 9780812516722