Current read: Zoo by James Patterson
I'm about 75% through it. It is amazing! So good! I can't believe I've waited so long to read it!
I got the package today @Littlewolf1 what a lovely bonus surprise! As soon as I read these, I will pass them on to @Roary47 !! These will be great for #scarathlon2021 #teamhendrix @StayCurious @Clwojick
5✨ This was a wild ride! Constant action throughout and humor to lighten the tone. We follow Oz who is not a very accredited scientist who is trying to enlighten the world on an increase in animal attacks on humans. Naturally, he is seen as a nut job. I‘ll be following this author for his adrenaline pumping work and humorous wit. Read for #LMPBC
Ahhh had water fun with my kids and my bag got wet! 😭 At least it was my #lmpbc book and not a library book.
While reading in my favorite shady spot waiting for the puppies to do their business. This is Tiny one of my favorite chickens saying hi! I‘ll finish the tagged book soon for #LMPBC if I don‘t feel the urge to look for buried treasure in my backyard. 🤣
Animals have gone crazy. All over the world, humans are being attacked, and not just by wild animals - pets are going after their owners, too!
Jackson Oz is an American biologist who is determined to prove what and why this is happening.
But will he be too late?
I liked how this book started, and it was a great concept, but the ending fell flat for me. Still a quick read with some entertaining scenes !
Something is causing the entire animal kingdom to act aggressively, making man no longer the dominant force in nature. In most cases, the book is better than the show. Not in this case. It felt like this was only half a book - that it ended just as it was beginning to get good. The scientists solved the problem too quickly & then when it didn't hold they abandoned their base in the US for a place in the Arctic & that's when the book ends. What? 😕
Finished this as book 2 in my #4in48Readathon This book is okay but I think I‘d struggle to give it more than 2,5 stars. It didn‘t totally engage me and kept my interest enough but that‘s about all I could say. Think I need to avoid James Patterson apart from The Women‘s Murder Club.
I️ finished my Z book tonight for #litsyatoz. Just four more books to go. I️ thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was fast-paced with a decent explanation for animals gone wild. I‘m a slow reader but raced through this one thanks to the writing style and great storytelling. I‘ll have to check out more Patterson books.
Despite the poor numbers on Litsy I‘m enjoying this book quite a bit. I‘m finding it hard to put down. Lots of action moving the plot forward.
just started watching this on Netflix and now I think I want to read the book 😬
Such a fun book for my "Z" read. Mostly far fetched account of animals taking over the world, but major props to the audiobook narrator- he was EXCELLENT!
This is a throwback pic. When I was reading Zoo, I looked up and Harpy was sticking her tongue out at me. A little creepy. As for the book, I give it between ⭐️⭐️ 1/2 - ⭐️⭐️⭐️. It was entertaining with a few problems in the middle. I did enjoy it and also read the short sequel, Zoo 2. I recommend the tv show too.
Just here on my messy bed with a gaggle of cats waiting for Jeopardy to come on, lol. I think I am really going to like Zoo. I hate to admit I haven't read a James Patterson book yet 🙀🙄 Is this a good one to start off with?😻😎👍📚 #catsoflitsy #petsoflitsy
I read this book earlier this year & have started in on the TV adaptation. While the show is solid, they've kept a few characters' names, the main idea of "animals hate us & want us dead now," & NOTHING else. I get that changes have to be made to make a discrete story work as an ongoing series, but this has about as much in common with the book as the Daredevil TV show does with the Thor movies - technically the same universe, but that's about it.