SunNy WithLoVE WithLoVE itibaren Podgórzyce, Polonya
güzel, açıklayıcı, büyülü bir hikaye rüyası.
(Firstly, why is the book description wrong? It's Father Joe and Sister Carole. Who the heck are Dan and Carolyn?) Thrilling and horrific, with a dose humorous irony. Wilson's Midnight Mass is a return to the grisly, purely evil side of vampiric lore. And it's a welcome addition to a genre inundated with romanticized depictions. Reminiscent of Stephen King's The Stand, Midnight Mass flashes back and forth between several groups, allowing us to see events unfold through everyone's perspective: the hopeful Rabbi Zev, the towering Irishman Father Joe, the nun turned vigilante, the jaded and determined feminist, the cowboys who rustle up humans, and finally the vampires who've brought chaos to the east coast. The pace is fast and furious, with heart-stopping moments of insanity that clutch at your throat. The characterizations here are great, though a tad clichéd, and the different perspectives give each personality greater meaning. You'll root for the ragtag rebellion, and laugh and cry along with them as they struggle to regain humanity's hold on the world. The ending comes a little suddenly, and while not a cliffhanger, it does leave the door wide open for a follow-up. I hope we get to see more of these characters in the future.