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  • 14 By Peter Clines
  • Peter Clines
  • English
  • 14 December 2020
  • 9781618680525

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    (14 By Peter Clines) [PDF READ] Ê Peter Clines READ 14 By Peter Clines Well what an unexpected gem 14 was Loved the audiobook What an amazing performance by Ray Porter I honestly thought at times that I was listening to ten totally different voices Extremely impressive Got LOST in itNate has just moved into a new and dirt cheap apartment and something isn’t uite right With all the rooms of the building in fact And the basement And who is across the street in the car monitoring

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14 By Peter Clines

FREE READ 14 By Peter Clines 107 Padlocked doors Strange light fixtures Mutant cockroachesThere are some odd things about Nate’s new apartmentOf course he has other things on his mind He hates his job He has no money in the bank No girlfriend No plans for the future So while his new home isn’t perfect it’s livable The rent is low the property. I am genuinely mystified by the positive reviews of 14 which are everywhere I picked it up entirely because of the positive buzz and was greatly disappointed Not immediately but progressively until what started as mild curiosity ended as a struggle to finishFourteen is often compared to LOST and I agree with this assessment to the extent that like LOST it raises and ultimately fails to answer innumerable uestions that only exist to make the mystery seem deeper and complex than it isLike many high concept mysteries 14 starts with an excellent idea but fails in its execution because the author underestimates the audience Again like LOST the ultimate answer is completely unguessable because the details that lead up to it are irrelevant and the level of absurdity is unpredictably high This will doubtless gives some readers a sense of payoff merely because they guessed incorrectly but it will frustrate readers who expect details A and B to add up to if not C then at least something and not wasted time as the story gradually gets around to telling you what it s aboutThat is the biggest problem with the novel It s blundering and telegraphed with mysteries for the sake of mysteries and pop culture references for the sake of pandering to its audience and worst of all characters who behave illogically so that the mystery will last long enough for a novel and the events that trigger the finale will actually happen Even given that the characters themselves are uninteresting worse they are capital I Interesting which makes them all the boring because why explore a character when you can just give them histories and talents that are designed to do the work for you nothing is frustrating than characters acting illogically They fail to do the obvious things because had they done anything a normal person might have done the mystery would not have played outIt would be impossible to explain their failures as characters without spoiling the book Suffice it to say that the you think about 14 the less sensible is the behavior of every character in it and the profoundly and idiotically convenient are the details that lead them to the conclusion and the confusing the mismanagement of those with information than the readerIt is ultimately maddening to know you have participated in a meaningless series of unexplained and unexplainable mysteries but it is maddening to have once the big reveal takes place no doubt as to the outcome whatsoever So ultimately if you liked LOST as so many people did with its endless unanswered and ultimately pointless uestions and particularly if you like the left field ending of LOST then you may appreciate the book Again provided you don t care about the depth of the characters which are shallow than those in LOST and you don t think about the plotAnother example of how popular does not necessarily mean good even if you ve enjoyed previous titles by the author The Widows Tale in the bank No girlfriend No plans for the future So while his new home Crossed Genres Magazine 20 Issue 11 Crossed Genres Magazine 20 #11 isn’t perfect Charlie Weatherburn it’s livable The rent Sternstunden der Menschheit is low the property. 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FREE READ 14 By Peter Clines 107 Managers are friendly and the odd little mysteries don’t nag at him too muchAt least not until he meets Mandy his neighbor across the hall and notices something unusual about her apartment And Xela’s apartment And Tim’s And Veek’sBecause every room in this old Los Angeles brownstone has a mystery or two Mys. Have you ever read a book or listen in this case and it just surprises the hell out of youTHIS BOOK DID 5 STARS14 was AWESOME No really it was I can t believe I haven t read this or heard about it I was looking for an engaging audiobook last week and came across 14This book has a mystery about a building along with hints of horror and sci fi woven throughoutHow could I not try this It s every genre I love thrown into a book Peter Clines shocked me with how much I liked this book It is a slow build up to an amazing ending It s a punch in the gut with how complex some of the topics are in this book The build up didn t feel slow to me and I was never bored with this storyOur main character Nate Tucker moves into an old building and starts to notice that the building is different There s strange light fixtures different room layouts to a padlocked door number 14 It has green mutant cockroaches running around and Nate knows something is odd with the famous Kavach buildingAll the characters in this book were great from our surprised leader of the group Nate Turner the computer expert Veek Vishwanath to the retired 60 year old Tim Farr The tenants that live in the building are all complex and have their own personalities It was fun and thrilling to go on this crazy ride with the tenants in finding out what the Kavach building was all aboutThe narrator of this book Ray Porter was just so damn good He did all the accents and characters so well that I ve got to listen to audiobooks by him Way to go PorterHonestly the less you know about this book the better it will be for you It s like opening a Christmas gift and realizing it s a new video game and not a pair of wool socks Nothing wrong with some cozy wool socks though14 was just such a pleasant surprise I m shocked with how much I enjoyed this bookKudos Peter Clines for writing an excellent and fun bookRecommended to anyone looking for a great mystery book that has elements of horror HP Lovecraft The Mystery Gang to a whole bunch of other stuff that I can t mentionI don t want to ruin the suspense and fun for you

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FREE READ 14 By Peter Clines 107 Teries that stretch back over a hundred years Some of them are in plain sight Some are behind locked doors And all together these mysteries could mean the end of Nate and his friendsOr the end of everythingA riveting apocalyptic mystery in the style of LOST Craig DiLouie author of THE INFECTION and THE KILLING FLOOR. This is an excellent book no doubt about it It only fails to get a 5 star rating from mebecause there are a couple of stereotypes that screamed at me and one that annoys me when it s used because by now it s soooooo tired and a few stereotypical situationsplot devices view spoiler The one guy with the secret of how to save everyone is snatched away just as he s beginning to tell everyone how they can survive Really Why not just have him go into the woods for a walk late at night with his girlfriend so they can make out even though 8 people have already been sliced up or maybe have him go investigate that sinister noise in the basement or attic alone with only a flashlight hide spoiler No Place Like Rome in plain sight Some are behind locked doors And all together these mysteries could mean the end of Nate and his friendsOr the end of everythingA riveting apocalyptic mystery Hateship Friendship Courtship Loveship Marriage in the style of LOST Craig DiLouie author of THE INFECTION and THE KILLING FLOOR. This Euroopan synty - Keskiajan historia is an excellent book no doubt about Butler Did It: a sparrow falls mystery #2 it It only fails to get a 5 star rating from mebecause there are a couple of stereotypes that screamed at me and one that annoys me when Die grundlagen der Nationalökonomie it s used because by now From Popular Goethe to Global Pop it s soooooo tired and a few stereotypical situationsplot devices view spoiler The one guy with the secret of how to save everyone Grace After Midnight A Memoir is snatched away just as he s beginning to tell everyone how they can survive Really Why not just have him go Nueva gramática de la lengua española into the woods for a walk late at night with his girlfriend so they can make out even though 8 people have already been sliced up or maybe have him go Nueva gramática de la lengua española investigate that sinister noise Play at Work: Companies on the Cutting Edge of Gamification in the basement or attic alone with only a flashlight hide spoiler