Hide: The book you need after Squid Game
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Haunting, startling, unrelenting, and unexpectedly heartbreaking, HIDE draws you inexorably in among the thorns and rust, where the monsters are both intimately familiar and horrifyingly unfathomable. Delilah S. Dawson, New York Times-bestselling author of The Violence Guaranteed to be THE book of the summer. Cinematic in scope, breathless in suspense, this book is a rollercoaster of pitch-perfect horror. Eliza Jane Brazier, author of If I Disappear and Good Rich People
Hide: The Graphic Novel by Kiersten White, Veronica Fish Hide: The Graphic Novel by Kiersten White, Veronica Fish
I want to preface this review by saying I haven't read the novel this is based on, so my opinions are seperate from any differences there might be from that.There were many sweet moments to compensate for the terrifying ones and it showed how closely I had bonded with the varied central characters with just how much I rooted for them all in equal measure. A happy ending could never be guaranteed for all and bittersweet and mixed emotions dogged me for much of this. The ending had me hoping for a little more but was still a satisfactory conclusion to a stellar story.
Hide: The book you need after Squid Game eBook : White
White holds no punches in this brilliantly executed thrill ride. Every twist and turn horrified and delighted me in equal measure. This book was so damn fun! Erin A. Craig, New York Times bestselling author of House of Salt and Sorrows Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed the suspense and thrills, appreciated that I was never genuinely scared, and was pleasantly surprised by the depth and complexity of the story’s main characters.The surprising horror element was thrown into this equation adroitly. It fits with the entire execution. ARC provided by NetGalley / Cópia antecipada do livro proporcionada pelo NetGalley (review in portuguese and english). This one grabbed my attention from the beginning. I was fully invested in knowing what was going on. Readers learn what is happening and yet, it only added to my enjoyment. With the descriptions, I could easily visualize what was happening in the book. I can see this being made into a movie.
Hide - Penguin Books UK
When it comes to White’s writing style in this novel, I didn’t like it at all. The chapters are done in days and felt like various, out-of-place, random mini-stories within those chapters from the POV of characters as events happened. These mini-stories just ended out of nowhere then right onto the next random person. Thank you to NetGalley, Clarkson Potter, Ten Speed Press, Kiersten White, Scott Peterson (adaptation writer), and Veronica and Andy Fish (illistrators) for the opportunity to read Hide: The Graphic Novel in exchange for an honest review. Seemingly selected at random from some sort of need-based selection process, the fourteen individuals are complete strangers and come from locations scattered throughout the United States.Overall, many people may enjoy this book, it just was not for me due to subject matter that I don't care to read.