Flare



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  • Kindle Edition
  • 281 pages
  • Flare
  • Paul Grzegorzek
  • English
  • 24 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Flare

  1. Darren Sant says:

    A read that had an old fashioned feel to it An enjoyable read, with a well defined sense of tension and clearly drawn interesting characters The author isn t breaking down any barriers or innovating but he s a decent story teller and I never felt like putting i...

  2. Cathryn says:

    12 26 14 Free onKindle.

  3. Joan says:

    Last week I read a book about an EMP that destroys civilisation That book was also set in England, but starred an American Marine need I sayFlare is farrealistic in that the protagonist is a mild mannered journalist, whose only plan is to head north to Manchester to rescue his daughter The story is like most End of the World scenarios, fairly predictable There are the usual teenage looters, the bullies, the violence, the starving masses etc etc But there were moments Last week I read a book about an EMP that destroys civilisation That book was also set in England, but starred an American Marine need I sayFlare is farrealistic in that the protagonist is a mild mannered journalist, whose only plan is to head north to Manchester to rescue his daughter The story is like most End of the World scenarios, fairly predictable There are the usual teenage looters, ...

  4. Steven Phillips says:

    So first off, I am an avid reader and fan of post apocalypse dystopian novels, whose themes range from global pandemics natural and Alien , financial collapse, widespread natural disaster, EMP, and in this novels case solar flares note No Zombies I have enjoyed the likes of Light s Out , one Second After , 77 Day s in September , Redaction series , Survivors , and Patriots to just name a few and I add Flare to that list I enjoyed the story, yet believe it is just a seed from whi So first off, I am an avid reader and fan of post apocalypse dystopian novels, whose themes range from global pan...

  5. Best Crime Books & More says:

    Okay I have to start by being completely honest When I read the synopsis I made a very hasty judgement I decided that seeing as I didn t really read this sort of thing, I wouldn t enjoy it I mean, yes, I have managed to sit through a couple of what I like to call Disaster Movies and yes they were okay That s just it though, they were okay So the thought of reading the equivalent didn t fill me with joy However, after reading the first few chapters I realised that the b...

  6. chucklesthescot says:

    I got annoyed with the MC from the very start of the book with his bleeding heart preaching about how those who took part in the London riots are victims of society which is utter rubbish A lot of those charged after the riots were from rich families so explain to me why they needed to be stealing TV s or anything else People who use any flimsy excuse to go out looting, assaulting, destroying property, setting fire to property and endangering lives are not victims to be pitied, they are crimin I got annoyed with the MC from the very start of the book with his bleeding heart preaching about how those who took part in the London riots are victims of society which is utter rubbish A lot of those charged after the riots were from rich families so explain to me why they needed to be stealing TV s or anything else People who use any flimsy excuse to go out looting, assaulting, destroying property, setting fire to property and endangering lives are not victims to be pitied, they are criminal thugs who need locking up If they were stealing food because of being in extreme poverty, I could understand that, but looting for electrical gadgets is about greed, not survival The MC also bleats about them being led astray against their will and being poor little lambs, and it just infuriated me The victims of the riots were those who lost their homes and businesses, tho...

  7. Alex Hayler says:

    I just bought this book for the very reasonable price of 2 and read it in one sitting It was totally gripping, and whilst Grzegorzek may have an undecipherable name, his prose is sharp and easy to read, with the story clipping along at a good pace I shan t go into the plot too deeply, as I rather not ruin it for potential readers, but I will say that it has some great twists and turns, and puts a decidedly British spin on the post apocalyptic genre Novels with this kind of setting are common I just bought this book for the very reasonable price of 2 and read it in one sitting It was totally gripping, and whilst Grzegorzek ma...

  8. Andrew Webber says:

    Flare was a really enjoyable, fast paced dystopian read I found the storyline, including the rapid breakdown of society and the roles of the various government players to be totally believable and realistic There s plenty of action, as the protagonist, Malcolm, heads off on a desperate dash across the lawless landscape to rescue his daughter My only critiscm would be that I found Malcolm a touch irritating, and we were occasionally told rather than shown his emotional state, which felt a bit Flare was a really enjoyable, fast paced dystopian read I found the storyline, including the rapid breakdown of society and the roles of the various government players to be totally believable and realistic There s plenty of action, as the protagonist, Malcolm, heads of...

  9. Yvette Smart says:

    I really enjoyed this book Straight into the story with non stop action throughout. I just wish it had been longer Would love a sequel

  10. Jo Williams says:

    Good

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