SUMMARY · Koors By Deon Meyer


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SUMMARY · Koors By Deon Meyer · A stunning standalone from a master of suspense a compelling story of survival and betrayal set in a world after 'The Fever'Nico Storm and his father Willem drive a truck filled with essential supplies through a desolate land They are among the few in South Africa and the world as far as they know to have survived a devA stunning standalone from a master of suspense a compelling story of survival and betrayal set in a world after 'The Fever'Nico Storm and his father Willem drive a truck filled with essential supplies through a desolate land They are among the few in South Africa and the world as far as they know to have survived a devastating virus which has swept through the country Their world turned upside down Nico realises that his superb marksmanship and cool head mean he is destined to be his father's protector even though he is still only a boyBut Willem Storm though not a fighter is both a thinker and a leader a. A uick spreading virus The Fever proved exceptionally lethal Leaving millionsmake that billions dead around the worldThere are numerous post apocalyptic books on the market but what makes this one distinctly different is the perspective from which it’s told through the eyes of a 13 year old boy Nico He and his father Willem find themselves wondering through the barren land in South Africa faced with the epic struggle of putting down roots and re establishing civilization No pressure One fateful day the boy discovers his father Willem is no longer his protector their roles have flipped and now it’s up to young Nico to protect his father A coming of age story in a post apocalyptic worldThere is an endless struggle for control and power in their new village The back and forth demand for protection vs retaliation Those that want to live and flourish in peace and those looking to steal and exploit at will Sadly the timeless destiny of mankind rightIt’s a very long slow and deliberate read Taking you through the first four years following the fever It is written mostly from Nico's POV but interspersed with recordings from the town's History Project My only negative was that the ending seemed to wrap up a little too uickly for me after investing that much time in this book 4Thank you to NetGalley Grove Atlantic and Deon Meyer for an ARC in exchange for an honest review

Koors By Deon MeyA stunning standalone from a master of suspense a compelling story of survival and betrayal set in a world after 'The Fever'Nico Storm and his father Willem drive a truck filled with essential supplies through a desolate land They are among the few in South Africa and the world as far as they know to have survived a devastating virus which has swept through the country Their world turned upside down Nico realises that his superb marksmanship and cool head mean he is destined to be his father's protector even though he is still only a boyBut Willem Storm though not a fighter is both a thinker and a leader a. A uick spreading virus The Fever proved exceptionally lethal Leaving millionsmake that billions dead around the worldThere are numerous post apocalyptic books on the market but what makes this one distinctly different is the perspective from which it’s told through the eyes of a 13 year old boy Nico He and his father Willem find themselves wondering through the barren land in South Africa faced with the epic struggle of putting down roots and re establishing civilization No pressure One fateful day the boy discovers his father Willem is no longer his protector their roles have flipped and now it’s up to young Nico to protect his father A coming of age story in a post apocalyptic worldThere is an endless struggle for control and power in their new village The back and forth demand for protection vs retaliation Those that want to live and flourish in peace and those looking to steal and exploit at will Sadly the timeless destiny of mankind rightIt’s a very long slow and deliberate read Taking you through the first four years following the fever It is written mostly from Nico's POV but interspersed with recordings from the town's History Project My only negative was that the ending seemed to wrap up a little too uickly for me after investing that much time in this book 4Thank you to NetGalley Grove Atlantic and Deon Meyer for an ARC in exchange for an honest review

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Koors By Deon Meyer È Biker brigands but also from withinNico will find experience hardship and heartbreak and have his loyalty tested to its limits as he undergoes an extraordinary rite of passage in this new world Looking back as he writes in memoirs later in life he recounts the events that led to the greatest rupture of all the murder of his fatherInternationally bestselling crime writer Deon Meyer has delivered a gripping epic like nothing else he has written before yet still with that consummate skill to make you care about his characters and to keep the pages turning breathless with anticipation and surprise at its twis. I have to say I had my ups and downs with this book Sometimes The story really got me; other times I felt a bit bored It sometimes felt like some parts were too exhaustive But then the action started again and you were again in full anticipation of the outcome This outcome has a real climax to it and was a bit unexpected So I hesitate between 3 or 4 stars but I'll make it a 4 DOWNLOAD ☆ PLANTHIREINBATH.CO.UK ✓ Deon Meyer

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Deon Meyer ✓ 1 SUMMARY Wise and compassionate man with a vision for a new community that survivors will rebuild from the ruins And so Amanzi is founded drawing Storm's 'homeless and tempest tost' starting with Melinda Swanevelder who they rescued from brutal thugs Hennie Flaai with his vital Cessna plane Beryl Fortuin with her ragtag group of orphans and Domingo the man with the tattooed hand And then there is Sofia Bergman the most beautiful girl that Nico has ever seen who changes everything So the community grows and with each step forward as resources increase so do the challenges they must face not just from the attacks of. Wow The last couple hundred pages had me on a knife edge One of the best post apocalyptic dystopias I have ever read with a uniuely South African flavour The writing is cadenced and the narrative appears to trickle along But what Meyer is doing so cleverly in the background is allowing the reader to enter the living and breathing reality of his characters And falling in love with them so their fates become engrained on our hearts Magnificent