Book Review: Culmination by Holly Smith

the apocalypse is a fairly popular subject when it comes to books and movies. Importantly, offer a prospect with a tint of freshness to it. the culmination uses this theme as a backdrop to highlight the human condition and how people might react in the most difficult situations.

while a couple is enjoying of those first moments together as newly married, his Moon of honey changes drastically due to a fault electric total, that soon will learn was a phenomenon global. But they are at least not alone, since more people with those who soon become close friends. Turns out that two of their new acquaintances are Survivalists that they have prepared much for the dawn of civilization. Therefore, the group moves in a cave of high-end, equipped with everything they need to survive in the luxury. However, even if things should have ran smoothly, since everything was planned, it seems that seriously has overlooked an element, human nature and the cost of this monitoring is to be discovered in the pages of the book. In fact, Holly Smith offers a good example of a self fulfilling prophecy, if you think that something is going to happen quite strong, will shape your perception of reality in a way that seeing it done.

completion is a nice addition to the growing literature on the Apocalypse, reflects the focus on human nature and the way in which is dissected in formation of Holly Smith as a psychologist. However, I would not recommend this reading for all ages, as there are some contained graphics throughout the novel; young however, if it is quite interesting. Readers are confronted with some rather controversial issues which can lead to some heated debates. In fact, invites you to an exercise of imagination and consider their alternatives and actions in such a situation. In addition, some of the characters are a little one-dimensional; It seems a little too focused on just one aspect, as cooking. They also tend to overlap. This is observable primarily in their similar expression patterns. How the plot, will although sometimes the action is predictable, there are some fascinating twists outweighing this aspect. However, the most striking aspect is the ability of the author to handle the perspective of the reader. Holly Smith the culmination is above all, about the resistance of the civilization and the vulnerability of humanity.


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