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The Night Parade doc Ó Paperback ☆ johnscyclingdiary ☆ ➥ [Ebook] ➠ The Night Parade By Ronald Malfi ➯ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk First the birds disappearedThen the insects took over Then the madness began They call it Wanderer's Folly a disease of delusions of daydreams and nightmares E the key to a cure Ellie is a special girl Deep Insightful And she knows David is lying to her Lying about her mother Lying about what they're running from And lying about what he sees when he takes his eyes off the roa This review and the rest of the crap I write can be seen my blog Bark's Book Nonsense Stop by and say heySet during the onset of an apocalypse in the form of a plague The Night Parade is part road trip part survivalist thriller part emotional relationship drama and fortunately for me all parts were goodThe plague is dubbed Wanderer’s Folly because it makes you lose your marbles before killing you You might wander about in your undies and do such strange things like setting your house aflame or walking off a cliff before dropping dead Yikes I don’t know about you but those images haunted me It was horrifying and scary and seeing as I love these types of stories I was in it from the very beginning David has blood on his sleeve and is trying to outrun the plague and keep his daughter Ellie safe from an evil doctor That’s all about all we know when the story begins As things slowly unravel we learn everything but it takes its sweet time getting there and I will not spoil the trip for you The getting there is all the fun well fun isn’t exactly the appropriate word for this emotional and grief laden story The book is filled is with scary people frighteningly large bugs and lots of them fatherly love and strange discoveries There is such pain and sorrow in both David and Ellie’s past and nothing but fear in their future but they manage to keep going I enjoyed reading about them both It’s a gripping and well paced read that unlike many of these types of stories never forgets about its characters The world may have gone to shit but humanity still survives I recommend it highly and hope there is another book set in this world because there are a few plot points I’d like to see expanded upon 4 ½ StarsI received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for a review

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First the birds disappearedThen the insects took over Then the madness began They call it Wanderer's Folly a disease of delusions of daydreams and nightmares A plague threatening to wipe out the human race After two year So this week I found myself in the path of Hurricane Irma I will say I hate that bitch We've been without power for almost five days now I have discovered something about myself Yes I'm grateful that we didn't suffer damage than we did and I feel heartbroken for all the people that did Including my close neighbors But what I discovered wasI'm not cut out for this shit If the zombie apocalypse happens tomorrowjust look for me Anyways enough of my boring TMI stuff I was in need of book entertainment and since I snoozed and missed out on reuesting the super popular Bone White I realized that I had another Malfi book that I was a total slacker and hadn't read yet And of course with my luck the one I choose was an end of the world one Perfect timing Shelby you dumb assEight year old Ellie used to stand her toys up at attention at her door when she was younger forming a Night Parade of protection in her sleepBut what happens when the intruder is hidden? People have realized that the birds have disappeared and bugs are running rampant I hate birds and bugs both so I'm already shudderingThen people start displaying weird symptoms such as delusions weird bleeding and then death It's not the Zika calm down It's called Wanderer's Folly I don't want to catch that stuff eitherEllie's dad David is on the run with her Her mom has died and David thinks that the 'government' is going to take Ellie to test on next This dang book Get ready to eat all your fingernails off if you read it You can't stop though Something might happen Or at least that's how I felt I love when an author makes it so that you can't put the book down because your heart is beating faster and you HAVE to know what happens next Booksource Netgalley in exchange for review

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The Night ParadeS of creeping decay David Arlen woke up one morning thinking that the worst was over By midnight he's bleeding and terrified his wife is dead and he's on the run in a stolen car with his eight year old daughter who may b Wanderer's Folly that's the name of the contagion at the center of The Night Parade As far as plagues go it does its own thing but it usually involves bleeding copiously from the nose and intense hallucinations It's not restricted to just humans either some animals have also been infected This is the background in which we find David and his 8 almost 9 year old daughter Ellie; both trying to avoid the plague and survive while on the run If you want to know than that you'll have to read this excellent book What I liked most about this story was the building dread the reader never had the chance to fully relax because just when you thought everything was cool it was NOT and then you were right back where you started which in my case was nibbling my nails and turning the pages And that's another thing the pacing The chapters were mostly short and because there was a lot of action happening or on the verge of happening I just kept on going like the literary version of Nemo Just keep readingThe characters were good and memorable but there isn't a big cast here which was fine with me I think that contributed to the uick pacing as well So there you have it a cool scary plague characters you can root for fast pacing and what I thought was an interesting plot even if not altogether original I recommend this book for all these reasons and not just to fans of horror but to fans of thrillers and apocalyptic fiction as well Pick up The Night Parade and see what it's all about I think you'll dig itAvailable July 26th you can get your copy here Thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for the e ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review This is it