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  1. says:

    At the time this came out I was heavily into Jeff VanderMeer's books but I just wasn't someone who read Predator novels so I skipped it A friend of mine recently purchased this it's OOP for a chunk of money and I wanted to borrow it because I'm worldly now and am curious about what happens in a VanderMeer Preda

  2. says:

    A colourful cast of characters in a story that keeps you turning the pages to see how it’ll all work out with enough VanderMeer weirdness to make this take on the Predator universe wholly uniue and engaging Very slight criticisms the cast might be a bit overstuffed with some characters interchangeable I’m thinking Tau and the other guyuh Non Tau? and plot threads that make little impact because Vandermeer must've either los

  3. says:

    uite simply put this is what a Predator film should be like I love the first film and this novel takes the foundations laid there and

  4. says:

    A fun and exciting predator story with a very high body count I for the most part enjoyed this book but it does have a couple drawbacks one of them being a subplot about a female pirate captain that doesn’t really seem

  5. says:

    I was torn between giving this book 3 or 4 stars and ended up giving it 3 only because I felt it was a just a li

  6. says:

    uick chapters and a tough cast of characters make this novel stand out among the Predator canon Author Vandermeer wisely works the series formula keeping in mind that the best Predator stories feature a cast of hard core killers bein

  7. says:

    What's this? Arsty Jeff Vandemeer writing a movie tie in? The result is really fun to be read in the same freewhelling spirit it was writtenspoilersGrace notes are the scene where the Predator sits asleep in his ship snoring The weird

  8. says:

    Nice setup with secluded island and reason for everyone to be armed

  9. says:

    This is by far the best predator book Would love another by the same pen

  10. says:

    Because everyone needs to read something utterly schlocky sometimes I assume that the author wrote it for the experience and the dollars rather than a love of or belief in the franchise

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Predator South China Sea

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On a remote South China Sea island a deadly hunt is underway but not the kind of expedition the participants expected In this remote jungle covered island somewhere between Thailand and Indonesia some of the most exotic animals in the world have been gathered as th. A colourful cast of characters in a story that keeps you turning the pages to see how it ll all work out with enough VanderMeer weirdness to make this take on the Predator universe wholly uniue and engaging Very slight criticisms the cast might be a bit overstuffed with some characters interchangeable I m thinking Tau and the other guyuh Non Tau and plot threads that make little impact because Vandermeer must ve either lost the thread or was setting up a seuel Without getting too specific what appears at first to be an important character ends up not getting involved in the plot until nearly the end of the book and even then it s literally and figuratively on the periphery There s also a climactic moment that happens waaaaay too uickly and for a Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya participants expected In this remote jungle covered island somewhere between Thailand and Indonesia some of the most exotic animals in the world have been gathered as th. A colourful cast of characters in a story that keeps you turning the Twisted pages to see how it ll all work out with enough VanderMeer weirdness to make this take on the Predator universe wholly uniue and engaging Very slight criticisms the cast might be a bit overstuffed with some characters interchangeable I m thinking Tau and the other guyuh Non Tau and The Exploration of the Male Anatomy plot threads that make little impact because Vandermeer must ve either lost the thread or was setting up a seuel Without getting too specific what appears at first to be an important character ends up not getting involved in the All Night Long (Nannies, periphery There s also a climactic moment that happens waaaaay too uickly and for a

Free read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ï Jeff VanderMeer

Cut and his security men missing it's clear that the game has turned And as the hunters battle for survival they discover there is another creature out for blood an adversary that has faced death on a thousand worlds a Predator with an unstoppable lust for conuest. This is by far the best predator book Would love another by the same pen Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream predator book Would love another by the same Trial of a Feminizer pen

  • Paperback
  • 356
  • Predator South China Sea
  • Jeff VanderMeer
  • English
  • 09 December 2017
  • 9781595821409

About the Author: Jeff VanderMeer

NYT bestselling writer Jeff VanderMeer has been called “the weird Thoreau” by the New Yorker for his engagement with ecological issues His most recent novel the national bestseller Borne received wide spread critical acclaim and his prior novels include the Southern Reach trilogy Annihilation Authority and Acceptance Annihilation won the Nebula and Shirley Jackson Awards has been translat.