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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Well, thanks to Eli Constant, I'm reversing in that department, afraid that the beasties are going to claw their way into my nightmares when I turn the light out at night.
The story is well-paced with action in all the right places. However, when Elise reaches the safe zone and begins working with the other scientists, there are moments when the science lingo makes my eyes glaze over, much like Elise's when another scientist is enthusiastically explaining a procedure to her that Elise herself doesn't understand.
While I admire the author's scientific knowledge - and a science background is definitely important in a sci-fi novel - there is a fine line between basic understanding and excessive science lingo.
After all, some of us barely passed high school biology. Elise is a strong female protagonist, which I always admire in an apocalyptic world.
She had her moments of indecisiveness and bonehead mistakes, but that just makes her character feel more real. I like to pretend I'm tough, but I know I wouldn't be able to keep it together all the time if underground monsters had taken over our world.
And while there are plenty of intense, scary scenes, there are just enough heart-warming moments to keep it all balanced.
Aside from the spelling issues, Dead Trees is an exciting, yet scary and suspenseful read, and I recommend it to all dystopia and science fiction fans.
And with the release of Dead Trees II only two months away, I can't wait to see what the future holds for Elise and her band of survivors. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This review originally posted to Twisted Book Junkie. Feb 09, Gail rated it it was amazing. The world ended, not with disease or famine, but by the eruption of a subterranean race that has evolved under and with us all along.
You are a single mother with two little girls and the only safe thing to do is stay on the move. How do you cope, how do you function, how do you survive?
Well this may be the chronicle of exactly how it happens. I want to believe that I can be this strong, I want to believe that I will be a survivor if something cataclysmic ever happens, but when I read this stor The world ended, not with disease or famine, but by the eruption of a subterranean race that has evolved under and with us all along.
I want to believe that I can be this strong, I want to believe that I will be a survivor if something cataclysmic ever happens, but when I read this story I felt things I never thought I would feel.
I believe my heart was actually pounding a few times when the scrapes would be a bit too close. I am in love with this story, and with this idea of the things that can happen when humans stick together.
Now if we can just outsmart our enemy…. I am not sure I can wait for Dead Trees May 13, Jett Cat rated it really liked it.
This was an action packed story of a mothers fight for her children. I think everyone who reads this apocalyptic tale of hope will take away something a little different.
Quick paced and very easy to read. Jul 14, BozBozo rated it really liked it. I simply enjoyed this book.
I couldn't put it down. Morally, ethically - it makes you think about racial prejudice in the current day, not just in the "what if" setting of the story.
This story of beasties and hymns is both intriguing and horrifying. The author writes with such finesse , it keeps you wanting more!
I highly recommend this one. Please give it a try, you won't be disappointed! Jun 08, Melanie Marsh rated it it was amazing.
It caught me off guard in all of the best possible ways. Believe it or not, it does take a lot to surprise me, but I really do love good surprises!
Dead Trees follows the story of Elise Swanson, a mother of 2 who is making her way from her home in Georgia to her ultimate destination of Alaska after the world as she knows it has crumbled around her.
They sound really nasty, violent, and peace negotiations are not an option. One group went above ground humans and the other below ground beasties.
As a mom, one of my biggest fears is being in a situation where the safety of my children is being threatened. Most of the post-apocalyptic themed books that I have read have not really addressed the concept of trying to protect your children and yourself at the same time.
Eli Constant does a great job of showing the strength of a mother trying to keep her children safe in a world gone crazy.
Elise is a great mother doing the best she can on her own, trying to help her children retain some level of innocence in such a bleak world.
I hope that if I were ever in this sort of situation, I could be the kind of mom Elise is. Normally my eyes will start to glaze over and I just completely lose interest at the first hint of science.
Anyone that can keep my interest in the presence of that level of science deserves stars out the whazoo. The twists within Dead Trees are surprising and full of new to me types of ideas that I really enjoyed being introduced to.
Dead Trees is more than just a surface story. Jul 09, Pheebz rated it it was amazing. David is no longer around to help,the Beasties got him.
How do you potty train a toddler when a bathrooms are not easily accessible,is but one issue that plagues her. Life on the run in search of safety is hard enough without haveing two little ones in tow.
They leave Georga and tries to find the place that the radio voice keeps promising as a safe haven. Along the way she meets up with Jason Chambers,He believes his Ex wife and son are dead.
He is annoying at first to Elise and is not going to take No for an answer. He feels the need to help out this little family.
Even if it is to help Elise drive. Two drivers is better than one. So Elise relents and lets Jason get into the van,he seems capable enough.
Along the way he is reunited with his son Mikael and his girl Allison. Together they find temporary safety. Each of them are put to work in the field of employment they had before the Beasties came through the ground and started to exterminate their kind, humans that is.
Elise was a scientist and Jason a mechanic. Allison laundry and I forget what Mike's job was. Elise need to get along with Dr.
Peters who seem cold to her if she wants to stay. They have a nursery and school classes for the kids as well as a play room for both young and old.
But this is only the beginning pick up the book to find out more. Find out what happens to Jason and this little group.
Eli Constant is a Pioneer in the field of Monsters and the Apocolypse. This is a fresh take on the Apocalypse and how it was brought forth.
Eli constant made 3D characters, complete with real human reactions and emotions. This world she has created is frightening and it shows the length that a mother will go to protect her own.
The places described in this world is so real you can see it. Her knowledge of the scientific field and medicine is true to life, yet it does not bog down the story with a bunch of scientific jargen.
I can hardly wait to read book 2. Mar 19, Larry rated it liked it. I read this book because of the wonderful reviews given to it by other readers, and I'm sorry that I have to disagree with them somewhat.
This book, which I read for Kindle, shared with so many other Kindle books the hundreds of instances of wrong grammar, wrong spelling, wrong punctuation, and completely wrong words being used like calling a couple "viral" when "virile" was meant.
More importantly to me, the first half of the book, before the protagonists reached Washington, consisted of very l I read this book because of the wonderful reviews given to it by other readers, and I'm sorry that I have to disagree with them somewhat.
More importantly to me, the first half of the book, before the protagonists reached Washington, consisted of very little character development mixed with dozens of repetitions of the same theme: The violence was excessive and not enjoyable.
I almost quit reading the book after getting tired of this gory pattern over and over again. The second half of the book, after they reached Washington, was for the most part less gratuitously gory but more absurd, with its totally unbelievable fake science, like talking about concealing a man-made virus molecularly large in an "artificial oxygen atom" impossible, and molecularly small.
Sorry, I just didn't get a lot of enjoyment from the book, but I must admit that the underlying idea of having an underground race of formerly hidden humanoids attacking the human population was clever.
Jan 21, Jamie rated it really liked it Shelves: I would like to start by saying, this book would make a great movie. Elise is one kick-butt momma.
She will do anything to protect her young children from the beasties. I really like her as a character. She is strong, super scientist smart, and has a sarcastic sense of humor.
She is also willing to let people in when she has been on her guard for so long, and grieving the loss of her husband. Her and her young children are on the road to find sanctuary from the "under-grounders" by radio concord I would like to start by saying, this book would make a great movie.
Her and her young children are on the road to find sanctuary from the "under-grounders" by radio concordances. It did get a bit tedious when they started talking chromosomes and research lab stuff, but I didn't mind.
I was constantly wondering if they would succeed in making the beasties more civilized humans, or if they truly were smarter and more advanced than humans.
Overall, I enjoyed the suspense when they were on the road, fighting under-grounders, the sarcastic humor narration Elise had going on in her head, and when there were loving conversations.
Now I have to wait for the next book! Feb 13, Halima Rahman rated it it was amazing. People may think I'm exaggerating but its true!
Iwas a serious emotional wreck whilst reading Dead Trees 2 - it took me a while to recover from the raw intensity of Eli's words. Rarely am I left speechless, I usually have plenty to say, but as I reflected on this novel, I realized there would be no surefire way to describe this book but to say "amazing!
I guarantee you won't look at life the sane way once you finish. Aug 29, Tina Ambury rated it it was amazing. A great story if a somewhat improbable premise.
Some of the threads were a little farfetched; finding lost ones, the science. I read this over a couple of days on a moderately long journey and wasn't disappointed apart from the ending which seemed to read as the prologue for another book.
Oct 16, Deedra rated it it was amazing. It's quite a page turner! The characters are actually people you can care about.
The story is good. A nice twist on the planet being invaded. I enjoyed the narrator a lot. Her voice covered a lot of ground.
I know the sequel is out there. I hope it comes to Audible soon! The improbability of some of the threads - finding 'lost' ones and the nanotechnology jarred at times.
May 30, Shannie rated it it was amazing. Dec 29, Mary rated it did not like it. Sep 23, Milly rated it it was amazing. A brilliant read,loved this book and looking forward to no 2.
Michael Balas rated it liked it Nov 25, Chris Brown rated it liked it May 07, Taylor rated it really liked it Aug 02, Ryan H rated it really liked it Jan 28, Marina rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Danielle rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Eelco Slierendrecht rated it it was ok Dec 21, Anna Hammond rated it really liked it Jun 15,Bitte melden Sie sich an, um eine Bewertung als Beste Spielothek in Ascharina finden zu melden. Die Bewertung wird überprüft. Mein Ex Libris Jetzt anmelden. Navigation menu Personal go leo Create Meet the Cool and Friendly OJO Team | PlayOJO Log in. Ihr Warenkorb wurde nun mit diesen Artikeln ergänzt. We need something special or in between those options: Weitere Informationen zu unseren Apps finden Sie hier. Der Link wurde an die angegebene Adresse verschickt, sofern ein zugehöriges Ex Libris-Konto vorhanden ist. Wir halten Sie auf dem Laufenden. We will make sure to give them away on your terms or just display them.