12 Contestants 20,000,000 Dollars 1 Survivor
The Park: Evenstad Media’s newest reality show. There are no laws. There are no rules. The only goal is to stay alive. But in Evenstad’s arena, things are far from simple. Outfitted with strange new weapons, trapped in the dark, afraid for their lives, it’s only a matter of time before somebody takes the first shot.
And all the while, the world watches. Some in disgust, some rapt, but all feeding Evenstad, and all oblivious to the horrors they’re helping fund. By the time anyone notices, will there be time to put an end to it? Or will it be too late?
mornings I force myself to clean my home. It is not fun, but I listen to my Kindle and cleaning gives me a
reason to listen to good books. The Park (Evenstad Media Presents Book 1) by +Voss Foster is not the optimum book to listen to.
It was hard to tie down names because there were 12 characters and it was written through journals and emails and each entry was less than two pages.
said, the book was still an awesome thrill ride. I
laughed out loud a few times and felt genuine sadness for a few of the characters. ::sniffles:: I still get sad thinking about
it, which is a testimony to the author.
very big Hunger Games feel to it even though the main characters were not teenagers. There is a lot more I can say about this book, but I don’t want to give spoilers.
definitely recommend The Park. And its currently 99 cents on Amazon.
5 it was Impressively diverse. There is a prominent lesbian couple for
anyone looking for books with LGTBQ characters. There is one black guy named
Justice, and maybe two more People of Color but race was never really stressed
in the story. It kinda kept you
guessing, which I liked.