The Hole

The Hole

The Hole The world as Elliot Bishop and Evajean Rhodes know it is gone Destroyed In just two weeks a horrific plague raged across the planet driving its victims insane before killing them The two survivors se

  • Title: The Hole
  • Author: Aaron Ross Powell
  • ISBN: 9781934861783
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world as Elliot Bishop and Evajean Rhodes know it is gone Destroyed In just two weeks, a horrific plague raged across the planet driving its victims insane before killing them The two survivors set out on an unimaginable journey, driven by a cryptic message from Evajean s husband If anything terrible happens, you must get to Salt Lake City But the pair soon discoThe world as Elliot Bishop and Evajean Rhodes know it is gone Destroyed In just two weeks, a horrific plague raged across the planet driving its victims insane before killing them The two survivors set out on an unimaginable journey, driven by a cryptic message from Evajean s husband If anything terrible happens, you must get to Salt Lake City But the pair soon discover they are not alone, and that the plague has done than kill The countryside between Virginia and Utah now crawls with victims who have been driven mad violent lunatics fueled with definite yet unknown purpose To survive, Elliot and Evajean must fight for their lives against the crazies, against sinister forces who would stop their quest, against long ago hidden menaces and uncover the deeply guarded secret of those driven mad and the plague that spawned them The secret of a destructive force unleashed on the world by one of America s most powerful religious sects

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    After I downloaded this for free via Bookbub, I perused a few pages to get a feel for it. Then (as per the norm) I hit up the reviews to see where it fell for the average reader. The ratings were so-so, so I didn't get my hopes up, but I liked the straightforward prose style and basic premise, so I kept reading.I'm glad that I did. I zipped through this book and enjoyed it very much. While I initially expected a zombie apocalypse, what I got was far creepier and more intriguing. The questions I [...]

    Not bad, but it seemed to be a cross between The Stand and those Magic Tree House books I read to my 6-year-old son.

    Really good book. The story itself was not what I expected and it turned out to be one of my favorite apocalypse books I have read.

    Interesting concept, lively action scenes, and a decent pace. Unfortunately let down imo by the characters insisting that fate is guiding them and therefore they don't have to question any of the decisions they make (going into that monster-filled basement, alone? I don't care what fate reckons, that's a bad idea.) but other than that it's a fun read.

    The characters were believable and the story was intriguing enough at the beginning that I wanted to know more, however it all started to fall apart for me when the main characters got in a car accident about a third of way in. Elliot comes to after blacking out, and specifically makes note of a lot of blood being in the vehicle. His companion is gone, and he treks off into the woods to find her, deals with some crazies along the way, and finally is led to Nahom without that blood ever being exp [...]

    This is not your typical end of the world story nor is it a zombie tale that you have become accustom to. I found the writing structure very pleasing and the characters very easy to like and understand. The story was a very imaginative one that kept me wondering until the end. I did not get bored or have a moment when I wanted to stop reading.Elliot and Evajean are normal Americans put into an abnormal world situation.As they struggle to find the reason behind what has happened to them and the w [...]

    An okay read, The Hole fails to deliver what the opening half of the book promises. The characters, Elliot and Evajean -- and even their dog, Hope -- are believable and had me routing for them during the extent of their journey. But when it came down to the big reveal and the final confrontation, the novel faded away instead of bowing out in glory.A shame, because the writing is good and the premise of the story equally matched. There was some confusion along the way, but nothing too distracting [...]

    Alternate dimension aliens vying for control of earth using religion as their control. One alien started Mormonism the other Christianity in order to build their armies for a battle between themselves. Humans who become possessed by the minions of these entities speak gibberish and are called to The Great Salt Lake in Utah to begin the battle. Two people are each half of a third entity which is able to stop this after bringing these two together and forming one entity from them.

    I skipped over portions as I got to the point I just wanted to be done. Poorly edited. Lots of spots where you have to edit passages yourself to figure out what was meant.If I'd had a true and correct idea where this was going I would never have started it. A person of most any religious conviction could be offended. I wasn't particularly but certainly felt the author had taken a really wrong turn with this.

    Very engaging from the beginning till almost the end of to the book, however the ending could have been more satisfying. The novel keeps the reader guessing about what is going on in the world, what happened to the people, what happened to the animals, and so on. A few grammatical oddities here and there but not too much.This is a satirical religious themed horror, you will enjoy this novel even more if you are into religions and spiritualities.

    It's hard to write a good post-apocalyptic storyd though this book pissed me off some with things like the main characters keeping their old clunker rather than grabbing a better car, or not keeping their guns with them after the first incident with crazies, overall it was storyline that kept me intrigued and a really enjoyable read!

    The book started out interesting. A zombie apocalypse book. But the ending really ruined it for me. It turned into a mash of religions all fighting over the world. Too much for me, wasn't very interested in that part of it.

    I've read 12 chapters thus far, and if you've ever wished you would one day wake up in a post apocalyptic festering zombie shit hole, I recommend you do the same.

    Book was so-so. I liked the beginning, but the 'battle' at the end was a let down. The book just fizzled out at the end.

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