Sunday, October 7, 2012

Review: The Night Eternal By: Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan

The Night Eternal (The Strain Trilogy, #3)The Night Eternal by Guillermo del Toro
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Two years have passed since that fateful flight, two years since the Master made his way into the United States, two years since the explosions that went across the world - the ones that brought the night sky into the day, two years since Eph saw his son.
With the Ancients out of the way, with people farms created for him and his kind to feed, there is a few that continue to stand in his way, a few that hold the key - which at this moment they don't know how to unlock.
There is only one way to destroy the Master and one book that holds the key, but until it can be translated with all the secrets that lie underneath (watermarks, secret writing within the writing) humanity might not be spared in time before the end of all humans.
Fear gripping and an amazing end to the Strain Trilogy, this was the battle, the revolt, the chance for hope and the release of me holding my breath until the end.

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