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So, here we go. The Last Town by Blake Crouch.
Welcome to Wayward Pines, the last town.
Wayward Pines is a mess. The lunatic running the place has gone off the deep end, and chaos reigns. Continue reading
You may have seen the below picture earlier this week.
It’s my slightly-altered Crockpot Crispy Caramelized Pork Ramen Noodle Soup w/Curry Roasted Acorn Squash from Half Baked Harvest and it is AMAZING!
It’s easy (the crockpot does most of the work) Continue reading
Entering book 2, we know the truth of Wayward Pines. What is beyond the electric, razor-wire fence and why no one can ever leave. Ethan has accepted the position of Sheriff to be with his wife and son. When a woman who was tasked with infiltrating a rebel group in the town is found dead, Ethan is asked to investigate. Continue reading
This week I read Pines by Blake Crouch. It’s the first in the Wayward Pines trilogy, so check back next week, and the week following for reviews on the rest of the trilogy.
Secret Service agent Ethan Burke wakes up face down in a field, unsure where or who he is. He stumbles into the picture perfect town of Wayward Pines. Soon, he begins to remember. He came to find two fellow agents that had disappeared one month before. He’d been sideswiped on Main Street. Now, with no ID, cell phone, or briefcase, he’s brought back to the hospital. Everyone he speaks to seems friendly, but the entire town feels off. He can’t seem to contact the outside world, and the more he investigates, the more confused he gets. Each step closer he gets to the truth is a step further from everything he knew, until he must face the horrifying fact that he may never get out of Wayward Pines alive.
Pines is kind of what I expect if Lost and Twilight Zone had a novel baby. Continue reading