Lorelai Youll Never Die PDF è Lorelai Youll PDF/EPUB

Lorelai Youll Never Die PDF è Lorelai Youll PDF/EPUB

Lorelai Youll Never Die ❰KINDLE❯ ✽ Lorelai Youll Never Die Author Laura Konrad – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Lorelai is a woman with many stories to tell She was just a promiscuous secretary at the county evidence locker But all that changed with the apocalypse She found herself alone and wandering the count Lorelai is a woman with many stories to tell She was just a promiscuous secretary at the county evidence locker But all that changed with the apocalypse She found herself alone and wandering the country in search of something she just wasn’t sure what She came across Lorelai Youll PDF/EPUB ² many different types of people along the way some freaks and some who are just like her trying to survive Her adventures forced her to adapt in ways she never thought she could made her feel in ways she never thought she would In the apocalypse you either learn to adapt or you die.

10 thoughts on “Lorelai Youll Never Die

  1. Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon says:

    4 Cranky Stars The work is a post apocalyptic compilation of short stories depicting situations after the event The titular character Lorelai was once a promiscuous secretary at the county evidence locker Now she wanders alone in the country in search of something she is not uite sure about Encountering different types of people some freaks some crazy some trying to survive and some like Lorelai trying to make sense of their new world Lorelai’s adventures force her to adapt in ways she never thought previously possible engendering the survival code of in the apocalypse you either adapt or die This is an examination of human nature where people either give into their baser instincts or try to retain their humanity in the worst of situations Laura Konrad has a vivid imagination that leaps off the pages giving a somewhat realistic depiction of what life could be like after an apocalypse

  2. Rana Rana says:

    I received a copy of Lorelai You'll Never Die from the author in exchange for an honest reviewWow What a tale of grit and determination The story follows Lorelai an apocalyptic survivor who is on a mission to reach the west and what she encounters on that journey The book is comprised of chapters that are retold by Lorelai to a stranger that she has met I liked Lorelai's humor and snarkiness and admired her honesty I occasionally had a hard time following a few of the chapters and the strange stories that were thrown in and had to get clarification Even with that small problem the book caught and held my interest It was horrific and hard to read but I grew to care about Lorelai wanted her to survive and wanted to know the end of her story I recommend this book but know that it is not a light read

  3. Rebecca Rogers Rebecca Rogers says:

    I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewWhat an amazing story of resilience and determination In this post apocalyptic she does whatever she must to survive because in this new world it was kill or be eaten This is a must read as you follow Lorelai through this epic journey

  4. Joel Stottlemire Joel Stottlemire says:

    Loved it so much I published it

  5. Jess Jess says:

    Find all of my reviews on my blogI received a copy of Lorelai You'll Never Die from the author in exchange for an honest reviewI was really pleased to receive a copy of this for review because Laura is a writing friend of mine Over the years I've seen her grow and flourish as a writer and when it comes to writing science fiction and post apocalyptic fiction it wouldn't surprise me at all if Laura has her very own shelf in the science fiction section in years to comeThis isn't a book about saving the world this is a book about surviving when the world would rather you didn't We're not told all the details about why the world is the way it is but we're given enough information to piece it together and in all honesty it doesn't matter How society crumbled isn't important but how Lorelai is going to get through it isI actually really loved that this isn't a story about inciting a rebellion and saving the world and starting again; this isn't the world's story it's Lorelai's and I think following one woman on a uest to the west feels genuine than any story to revive society It's such a simple idea to follow one person from the east to the west but it's pulled off wonderfully and the adventures Lorelai has on the way mean her life's certainly never boringIt was also fantastic to see a heroine who is completely unashamed of her sexual appetite Lorelai likes sex and the apocalypse hasn't changed that why should it? I did find some sections at the beginning of the book a little jarring; there was a lot jumping around between various people so much so that I wondered if I'd misread the blurb and this was actually a collection of short stories but soon it settled into something a lot coherent and that's when I really began to enjoy the book Some of Laura's descriptions are just beautiful; she has a real talent for writing post apocalyptic settingsI would have liked to have seen a few women as the majority of survivors Lorelai encountered were men but I did love her relationship with fellow survivor Beattie who is a little cutie Lorelai You'll Never Die is both bleak and hopeful Laura isn't afraid to write about some of the worst kinds of human beings but it's impossible to feel completely hopeless with a heroine like Lorelai at the centreIf you like post apocalyptic fiction then I recommend checking this out and I can't wait to see what Laura comes up with next

  6. AK Mama Reads AK Mama Reads says:

    Lorelai You’ll Never Die will never be forgotten Blending witty sarcasm and the uest for emotional connection with the brutal atrocities of the post apocalyptic country this story is presented in such an original format that you are left with an eerie feeling long after you’ve clicked off the last page At times I was utterly mystified soon to be made all too aware of the gravity of the situation in which Lorelai would find herself The jarring beginning serves as the rocky foundation on which the tale is built and gets you in the mood for a rough ride through which the nightmare unfolds Lorelai grows and becomes a careful much mature person as you might expect for someone hardened by the fight for survival But as Lorelai tells us she doesn’t just want to survive she wants to thrive Thus the story we find ourselves reading is her search for what that might really mean I highly recommend that you only read this if you are an adult 18 as the themes and content are for a mature audience That being said I think Laura Konrad handled the harder subjects with dignity and a sensitivity lacking in much of post apocalyptic fiction and it only adds to my enjoyment of this book It's between 4 and 45 stars and a round of high fives for LorelaiFree arc kindly provided by publisher in exchange for honest opinion

  7. Damian Roache Damian Roache says:

    How do I tell you about this wonderful book without spoiling all of the fun parts? Like the part with the axe I’ll tell you what it is and what it is not and maybe you’ll begin to understand what made it such an enjoyable readLorelai You’ll Never Die is the story of one badass woman on a journey westward through the remains of a once thriving country that’s been ravaged by a series of catastrophes so traumatic that what’s left is only wasteland There’s a certain amount of ambiguity in the storyworld we’re never told exactly where this all happens what year it is or what started the end of the world And that’s the perfect setup for this book because all of those details are extraneous to what’s really at stake here Lorelai has a destination but the name of that location makes little difference–it’s about how she gets there whom she meets along the way and everything she must do to survive She’s going west the world is a shell of its former self and what’s left of society isn’t humanity’s finest Those are all the details you need to get pulled into this bookA close reading of the text provides hints to some of the answers for those that simply can’t stop wondering what set everything in motion but I never once felt that the lack of definitive answers took away from my enjoyment of the storyCharacters are the heart of this work and there’s no shortage of interesting people along Lorelai’s way She meets hitmen rapists psychopaths cannibals and soldiers to name a few At the start few of the characters Lorelai meets linger in the story either due to a violent turn of events or the fact that she doesn’t stay in one place for very longWhether they’re in the book for five lines or five pages every character has an impact on Lorelai Brief encounters at the start of her journey echo in the later pages especially when we as readers begin to distrust every new acuaintance almost as much as Lorelai While not every character in the book has a developed history that we’re aware of it’s impossible to meet each new one without wondering how they’ve survived in such a world Lorelai comes across some new unknown survivor and there’s a process happening in her mind as well as the reader’s–a survivalist’s mathematics where numbers are replaced by expressions body postures and weapons and every euation is a way to categorize new dangersThe structure of the book mirrors the wandering almost episodic nature of Lorelai’s life in the post apocalyptic world Instead of a novel we’re given an assortment of short stories that form a whole There’s a common thread running through them but their separation allows for different kinds of stories to be told within the larger workThis framework made reading the book an adventure in its own right because I was never uite sure what sort of tale to expect next It allowed for moments of surrealism to bleed into the story or even fantastic interludes that clearly didn’t match up with the rest of the book’s general tone The narrative has room to breathe room for different reading experiences and ultimately that’s what makes Lorelai You’ll Never Die than another apocalypse storyPacing is another strong point with moments of contemplation throughout all the chaos that never slow down the story’s forward momentum It’s indicative of the way this book was written which is to say it’s deep and compelling without being weighed down by its own prose The writing doesn’t demand too much of the audience but it isn’t simple or boringMy only criticism of the book involves its ending one that I felt came on too fast and didn’t show me enough impact Again it’s hard to talk about without spoiling anything but I will say this the ending left me wondering what was at stake what had been learned and oddly what it had all been for all that time It’s not that the ending didn’t make sense or that it was contrary to everything before it but it lacked the conviction of the previous ninety percent Maybe this was intentional as a way to express the uncertainty of Lorelai’s future as the book comes to a close; though it felt like the story ran out of steam Overall this is a minor complaint The ending didn’t take too much away from my reading experience and I don’t think it’s enough to deter anyone from picking this book upLaura Konrad has started off Dryden Apoc in stunning fashion and I’m excited to see what she’s coming up with next Her vision of the post apocalyptic wasteland that Lorelai treks through is one that will delight readers with its familiarity while simultaneously unsettling their notions of what this story is or should be It’s the foundation for a whole host of amazing stories that are yet to arrive and it confronts many of the most difficult troubling issues that we struggle with in our own world You’ll cheer for Lorelai watch her struggle over and over again and cringe with her when the darkness of a destroyed civilization seems too much to overcome You’ll wonder how she can continue to survive what it will take for her to keep going and you’ll be surprised than once at the answers to those uestionsThis review was originally published on my blog at damianroachecom

  8. Kelly Kelly says:

    I'll start by saying that this author has a ton of potential The issue that I had with this story is that it was hard to follow It jumped from past to present and from one group of people to another With that said with some fine tuning this could be a best sellerLoralai finds herself fighting to survive a post apocalypse world With humans doing what they think is right to survive any sort of law and order is thrown out the window Not knowing who's friend or foe she arms herself to the max and sets out west on footWhile I did find it hard to follow I did enjoy reading about a such a strong woman and the few relationships she made in her travels I received a copy from the author for an honest review

  9. Kelly Kelly says:

    I did like this book Its easy to follow for the most part there was a couple stories I didnt at first understand how they tied into the story of lorlai but as you read along it all ties in some how or another Theres still some things that confuse me but cant really put them in this review or it will give away parts of the story and I like for you to read them and make your own opinions I would recommend this book to read for adults its one of those books that I believe you could discuss for hours as to why that happened or whats that mean? I cant wait for people to read it I want to have some others to talk to about it haha

  10. Don Van Don Van says:

    I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewI liked it so much I submitted art for the cover Mine wasn't the one chosen but I still really enjoyed the readThis is Mad Max from a woman's perspective You get to watch a simple secretary think Loni Anderson from WKRP transform in to Barb Wire and then continue on to FuriosaOne thing to remember it's a series of short stories that she's telling a stranger Just a readers hunch here but I think those stories labeled as fables are mostly lies while the rest are mostly true

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