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    Reminds me of H. P. Lovecraft

    An organic integration of human and environmental life entities, as the narrator begins to merge with the area she is biologically canvassing. I found myself needing to reread passages repeatedly to take in the content.
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    Perplexing

    I guess I had a similar experience with this book as many others. It was difficult to maintain J terest as most of the story is very slowing moving. It is related to the reader as a journal entry of the main Character, the biologist. Because of this, there is little dialoghe between the characters who comprise the expedition team Sent in to Area X. While we get to know the biologist very well, I never got a feel for the other characters. The story itself is less about events and more about the biologist's thoughts and feelings about her time in Area X. This is what it makes it a difficult read. For me, it became a little more interesting towards the end, and left me intrigued enough to continue with the trilogy.
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    Interesting

    The book kept you going wanting to know what happens, however I think that there were sections that could’ve been explored better
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    Over written

    Not a fun read. I found myself flipping pages to find some action.
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    Annihilation

    Very slow, moving. Confused story line. I am a research biological analysis, poor story line, slow confused
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