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READ & DOWNLOAD µ Golak (Det Døde Land, #1) Ñ Jonah har altid været anderledes end alle andre i den lille isolerede bjergby Folk omkring ham sætter lydighed bøn og hårdt arbejde over alt andet mens de prøver at genskabe et liv som det så ud inden verden blev lagt øde I det døde land omkring byen lever kun de deforme monstre golDeres angreb får forfærdelige følger og Jonah opdager at golakkerne ikke står menneskene så fjernt som landsbyens ældste påstår Langsomt går det op for ham at det ikke er den eneste usandhed Livet både i landsbyen og i hans egen familie bygger på et væv af fortielser hemmeligheder og l?. Hvordan kan en bog begynde så godt og så fuldstændig tabe pusten i en depressiv sidste halvdelDet er i hvert fald ikke sci fi for drenge Det er flere år siden jeg har har haft SÅ svært ved at komme igennem sidste halvdel af en bogMin anmeldelse

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Jonah har altid været anderledes end alle andre i den lille isolerede bjergby Folk omkring ham sætter lydighed bøn og hårdt arbejde over alt andet mens de prøver at genskabe et liv som det så ud inden verden blev lagt øde I det døde land omkring byen lever kun de deforme monstre golakkerne. This review originally posted on SFFWorldcomGolak is Part 1 of The Deadlands Trilogy a story set in a post apocalyptic near future society reeling from a collapse due to ecological scientific and political catastrophes Our main character is Jonah a young man on the cusp of becoming an adult who fights every rule set before him by his elders Living in a small enclosed god fearing and sheltered community this breeds trouble for Jonah and his familyThe story begins with an attack on their village The golaks the result of terrible genetic experiments approach the village walls pleading for food and help The villagers along with Jonah and his brother attack the golaks driving them offIn the process Jonah kills two of the golaks who look a lot like a woman and child instead of the monsters he expected After the ordeal once everyone is safe behind the village walls they realize Jonah’s younger sister outside the walls grazing her cow has been taken by the fleeing golaksA search party is organized including Jonah his estranged brother and another village boy who is slated to marry Jonah’s sister They scour the nearby woods but do not find her Jonah is convinced if they just keep at the golak’s trail they’ll find her Jonah loves his sister and will do anything to save her but the elders in the search party determine it is too late The girl is lost They order that everyone turn back before it gets too darkAgainst their wishes Jonah and the other village boy run off in the night to hunt the golaks and determine where they are Early the next morning they find them in a cave but there is no way he and his friend can hope to enter their lair andor fight off the golaks who are described as basically ugly neandertalsAfter a long day waiting for the golaks to go back into their cave Jonah and his friend rush back to the village for reinforcements Again a group is organized but Jonah is not allowed to go For his initial disobedience he is told he can not go and so he waitsThe party returns but everyone who had gone are terribly affected by what they have seen and though they have Jonah’s sister’s body she has been beaten and tortured She is not the same person and she clings to her betrothed barely able to functionThe story continues with a devastating turn of events that will scar Jonah for the rest of his life And throughout his sister’s recovery Jonah’s mind is reaching for answers about himself and the world around him Answers that no one will give himThe society he lives in is based on fear secrets and the suppression of knowledge All things Jonah continually butts his head against while he searches to help his sister and the village This long searching story ends with a series of disturbing and horrific revelations about who Jonah is and what he will becomeThe author is a seasoned writer in Denmark Though I read a translation it is clear that Ms Josefine Ottesen knows how to draw out the most emotion out of a scene Many times I found myself on the verge of tears and a few times I shut down my Nook angry with a decision Jonah’s father made or furious over the self imposed impotence of his mother Ms Ottesen knows about secrets and the harm they can do and she yielded that idea to its fullest in her book And for a young adult book I was so happy to see the adults in the book portrayed as flawed oh d

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Golak Det Døde Land #1?gne ”I stedet for at overgive sig i hænderne på Den Almægtige som Pjotr sikkert ville have anbefalet ham mærkede han et klarsyn af ensomhed brede sig i sit sind Han var ikke en af dem Han ville aldrig blive en af dem Uanset hvad han gjorde ville han altid være brændemærket som anderledes?. Historien blev ved med at lægge op til noget spændende som faktisk aldrig kom