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You can download and read online Pines (Wayward Pines, Book 1) file PDF Book Serie TV Sub ITA | Blog dedicato alle serie televisive americane e. Secret service agent ethan burke arrives in wayward pines, idaho, with a clear mission. Nestled amidst pictureperfect mountains, the idyllic city is a modern day . Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Blake Crouch is an internationally bestselling novelist and screenwriter. His Wayward Pines trilogy was adapted into a.


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But Ethan has discovered the astonishing secret of what lies beyond the electrified fence that surrounds Wayward Pines and protects it from the terrifying world beyond. It is a secret that has the entire population completely under the control of a madman and his army of followers, a secret that is about to come storming through the fence to wipe out this last, fragile remnant of humanity. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free site App.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Good not terrific writing. However, the basic premise is not logically thought-out by the author, and therefore is not logically developed in the novel. The TV series fills in some of the holes and inconsistences in the novels and therefore some of the inconsistences cited below do not apply to the TV series , but the TV series exacerbates a few inconsistences.

The TV series is a bit too "Lost" too much effort was put into creating incomprehensible mysteries as a viewer hook , and therefore it feels incoherentyou don't get any backstory until the second season. The characters in the novel are thin, and at least in my opinion uninteresting, and forgettable.

None other than Pilcher ever made it to my long-term memory. By the very nature of film and TV, the characters are better developed in the TV series.

The humanization of the Abbies in the TV series may be required by political correctness, but the novels' Abbies are more believable. Actually, projecting the geological history of climatic cycles forward, significant global cooling is expected within the next several thousand yearswhy didn't Pilcher know that?

Surely that would have provided much useful information. It might have provided a clue to surviving pockets of humanity somewhere on the planet. And don't forget that those mountains are actually volcanos e. Helen , and there is a good chance that one of them will blow in the next thousand years.

Does Crouch think that food is just materialized from nothing in McDonalds in Startrek "food replicators"? But then, if Pilcher had monitored the internet for another or years, maybe they would have recorded the technology to create Startrek food dispensers. The support staff in the mountain?

It is so typical of our current populist-politician-driven, media-driven, and education-establishment-driven culture to dismiss the "worker bees" businessmen, technicians, tradesmen, and laborers who actually sustain human life on this planet, as in effect subhumans to be taxed and worked to death for the sake of the "educated" elites. Actually, the novels do not describe such a massive fence as depicted in the TV series. If there was periodic monitoring i.

I suppose this could be explained away, but if so, we need explanations. It was precisely the fakeness and idleness that drove the towns-folks crazy and probably explains the ongoing deterioration of our present "popular culture". But why tell them the full truth? Or alternatively, they could have been told that they had all been killed in their sleep by some disaster such as a virus , but their bodies had been preserved somehow natural or artificial , and Pilcher had revived them when the disaster had passed.

Surely Pilcher or even Crouch is bright enough to have figured out these or other plausible scenarios. They are apex predators, which by definition have very low population densities, especially in harsh cold environments--typically a few individuals per hundred square miles. And just how do they manage in the winter, without fur? Evolution of a new species is normally measured in ,s of years or longer. How did the Abbies evolve so much so quickly? So, why the sudden panic 5 or 10 years after the initial awakening?

When it was finally realized that the growing season was much too short for sustainable food production -- why didn't Pilcher consider hydroponics with artificial light in the mountain, or the big empty hospital? They supposedly have a nuclear power plant, producing plenty of electricity for street lights and other unnecessary uses.

Great idea! Following the climatic cycles of the past million years or so, by then Wayward Pines valley will be a mile deep below a glacier, and part of the mountain complex may have been scraped away by the glacier.

But the Wayward Pines novels just stretch the rubber band too far. However it is not the implausibilities that really bother me, rather it is the lost opportunity. The unnecessary illogic and scientific implausibilities strike me as simply sloppy writing. Starting with the basic premise even throwing in Abbies , I can imagine a very exciting novel or novels , which could be reasonably scientifically accurate. Very little develops logically in the Wayward Pines trilogy--so the reader is not a participant.

Leave a comment to ask a question. Indeed, the fence has been locked open and the town is being attacked by the sub-humanoid killers which have taken over the planet, feasting on friends, neighbors, and relatives of the inhabitants of Wayward. Crouch remains true to his vision for Wayward Pines, his multitude of characters created in the two earlier novels, and his style of rapid-fire story telling.

Indeed, at least one on-going relationship becomes more complicated and engrossing than ever before. Book number three of a three book murder mystery series. I read the well formatted and nicely bound trade paperback. I think that the series is finished but am not totally sure. I watched the TV show made from the book series and enjoyed it. Mostly, I spent the time puzzled about what was going on.

I do note that the books and the tv series diverged significantly. The gene damage is dominant and spreading rapidly. The new genome turns humans into barely intelligent, very aggressive animals.

He postulates that civilization will fall in less than years. So the scientist invents a time machine that only runs one way. Suspended animation for which he builds 1, machines and takes 1, humans 1, years into the future at which point they can repopulate the planet. But the planet has been repopulated already when they wake up.

The scientist goes quite mad and believes himself to be God.

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Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Dark Matter: A Novel. Steven Konkoly. What other items do customers download after viewing this item? A Novel site Edition. While attempting escape, Ethan finds Theresa's car, which seems to have been abandoned for years. The Burkes are reunited, but before Ethan explains the odd events to Theresa, he goes to confront Sheriff Pope. Ethan meets Kate, who explains that she tried to escape for years, but the only way to survive is to play along.

Ethan intervenes, eventually killing Pope with his own gun. Ethan opens a gate in the perimeter fence with Pope's remote, but before the Burkes can drive out, something enters and drags Pope's body beyond the fence.

Hearing bestial cries, Ethan closes the gate. Ethan explains all he knows about Wayward Pines to Theresa, and they agree to play "happy family" until Ethan can investigate. Ethan learns from Mayor Brad Fisher that he has been named the new Sheriff. Playing along, Ethan soon finds a hidden cache of files about the town's residents, which includes information about their former lives.

Ben is welcomed to Wayward Pines Academy by its principal Megan Fisher, the mayor's wife, who Ethan has learned used to be a hypnotherapist. Told by a mysterious phone caller that a reckoning is required for Peter, Ethan instead takes the man to the perimeter fence in hopes of hiding him. Peter indicates the cliff-side as the only way to escape from the town. Knowing that Ethan needs to do as he is told in order to gain time to solve the mystery of Wayward Pines, Peter kills himself by making it look like Ethan pushed him into the electric fence.

Later, Ethan begins climbing the rock face to escape and get help, as a mysterious figure awaits him on the other side of the fence. James Foley.

Blake Crouch and The Duffer Brothers. Ethan is slashed and stalked by violent humanoid predators as he makes his way through the woods toward Boise. During his orientation at the academy, Ben learns some of the truth about Wayward Pines: The citizen-abductees of Wayward Pines were kept in hibernation chambers for over two thousand years before being awakened in the town, which is essentially an ark to re-introduce and protect the human race to ensure its future.

Principal Fisher tells the students they cannot reveal this truth to their parents. Ethan comes upon the ancient ruins of Boise. A helicopter arrives with Dr. He explains that the town is humanity's only sanctuary.

Jeff T. Pilcher takes Ethan to the town's secret control center and tells him the history of Wayward Pines. In the s, Pilcher discovered the mutant gene and predicted the coming of the abbies, but the scientific community shunned him.

While he was able to recruit a number of volunteers for his project, the bulk of participants were abducted. Keeping everyone in cryochambers for over years, Pilcher and his closest associates including Pam awakened in to find that they were the last remaining humans. The initial townspeople awakened—"Group A"—were told the truth about the world outside Wayward Pines. Unable to handle the truth, they all perished, either by suicide, violent anarchy or by escaping and falling victim to the abbies.

The adults of the current "Group B" have not been told the truth, but Pilcher is aware that a secret faction are disaffected, and planning to breach the wall. Pilcher awakened Ethan to impose order on Wayward Pines. Ethan is willing, but only on his terms. Meanwhile the Ballingers are building a bomb as part of their plan to finally escape. Theresa thinks something nefarious has been done to Ethan when he tells her that it is the year He finds a pipe bomb in his vehicle, and begins investigating the conspiracy.

Theresa investigates Plot 33 and finds that a metal structure lies beneath the empty lot. Ethan finds that a former explosives expert, Franklin Dobbs, planted the bomb and soon discovers that Harold is involved in the secret group. He correctly surmises that Kate is the group's leader.

Kate thinks Ethan's story about what lies beyond the fence is the result of brainwashing, telling Theresa she got a call out to Hassler within her first week in Wayward Pines. Kate pushes up the group's plan to blast through the wall to that night. Ethan intercepts Kate and her accomplices at the fence before they succeed, but soon realizes there is another bomb that is headed to the fence in a delivery truck.

He is in pursuit when the bomb—inadvertently armed by Amy—detonates early, leaving Amy injured and Ben bloody and unconscious. Tim Hunter. Defying Pope's orders to stay put, Ethan goes to the morgue to inspect Evans' clothing and retrieve his journal with a map of the area.

He also learns that Evans was married and speaks with his widow, who claims her husband committed suicide in front of her. Ethan inspects the map to find a way past the fence, and he and Beverly plan to escape after removing the tracking devices implanted in them.

Before Ethan and Beverly can escape, they are invited to dinner by Kate and her husband, Harold Ballinger. There, Beverly slips and mentions something from her recent past, breaking one of the town's rules for her, the year is , and she has been in town since She panics, and she and Ethan leave.

Kate tells Harold she is sure they will run. Phones around town begin to ring, and the townspeople are mobilized to search for Ethan and Beverly, who separate. Beverly is caught, and then executed by Sheriff Pope in front of the entire town in what he calls a "reckoning".

Zal Batmanglij. Kate warns Ethan that he has been given a rare second chance after Beverly's execution. While attempting escape, Ethan finds Theresa's car, which seems to have been abandoned for years.

The Burkes are reunited, but before Ethan explains the odd events to Theresa, he goes to confront Sheriff Pope. Ethan meets Kate, who explains that she tried to escape for years, but the only way to survive is to play along. Ethan intervenes, eventually killing Pope with his own gun.

Ethan opens a gate in the perimeter fence with Pope's remote, but before the Burkes can drive out, something enters and drags Pope's body beyond the fence. Hearing bestial cries, Ethan closes the gate. Ethan explains all he knows about Wayward Pines to Theresa, and they agree to play "happy family" until Ethan can investigate.

Ethan learns from Mayor Brad Fisher that he has been named the new Sheriff. Playing along, Ethan soon finds a hidden cache of files about the town's residents, which includes information about their former lives.

Ben is welcomed to Wayward Pines Academy by its principal Megan Fisher, the mayor's wife, who Ethan has learned used to be a hypnotherapist. Told by a mysterious phone caller that a reckoning is required for Peter, Ethan instead takes the man to the perimeter fence in hopes of hiding him. Peter indicates the cliff-side as the only way to escape from the town.

Knowing that Ethan needs to do as he is told in order to gain time to solve the mystery of Wayward Pines, Peter kills himself by making it look like Ethan pushed him into the electric fence. Later, Ethan begins climbing the rock face to escape and get help, as a mysterious figure awaits him on the other side of the fence. James Foley.

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Blake Crouch and The Duffer Brothers. Ethan is slashed and stalked by violent humanoid predators as he makes his way through the woods toward Boise. During his orientation at the academy, Ben learns some of the truth about Wayward Pines: The citizen-abductees of Wayward Pines were kept in hibernation chambers for over two thousand years before being awakened in the town, which is essentially an ark to re-introduce and protect the human race to ensure its future. Principal Fisher tells the students they cannot reveal this truth to their parents.

Ethan comes upon the ancient ruins of Boise. A helicopter arrives with Dr. Jenkins, who introduces himself as David Pilcher, creator of Wayward Pines. He explains that the town is humanity's only sanctuary. Jeff T. Pilcher takes Ethan to the town's secret control center and tells him the history of Wayward Pines.

In the s, Pilcher discovered the mutant gene and predicted the coming of the abbies, but the scientific community shunned him.

While he was able to recruit a number of volunteers for his project, the bulk of participants were abducted. Keeping everyone in cryochambers for over years, Pilcher and his closest associates including Pam awakened in to find that they were the last remaining humans.

The initial townspeople awakened—"Group A"—were told the truth about the world outside Wayward Pines. Unable to handle the truth, they all perished, either by suicide, violent anarchy or by escaping and falling victim to the abbies. The adults of the current "Group B" have not been told the truth, but Pilcher is aware that a secret faction are disaffected, and planning to breach the wall.

Pilcher awakened Ethan to impose order on Wayward Pines. Ethan is willing, but only on his terms. Meanwhile the Ballingers are building a bomb as part of their plan to finally escape.

Theresa thinks something nefarious has been done to Ethan when he tells her that it is the year He finds a pipe bomb in his vehicle, and begins investigating the conspiracy.

Theresa investigates Plot 33 and finds that a metal structure lies beneath the empty lot. Ethan finds that a former explosives expert, Franklin Dobbs, planted the bomb and soon discovers that Harold is involved in the secret group.

He correctly surmises that Kate is the group's leader. Kate thinks Ethan's story about what lies beyond the fence is the result of brainwashing, telling Theresa she got a call out to Hassler within her first week in Wayward Pines.

Kate pushes up the group's plan to blast through the wall to that night. Ethan intercepts Kate and her accomplices at the fence before they succeed, but soon realizes there is another bomb that is headed to the fence in a delivery truck. He is in pursuit when the bomb—inadvertently armed by Amy—detonates early, leaving Amy injured and Ben bloody and unconscious.

Tim Hunter. In the aftermath of the explosion, Ben is hospitalized and Ethan and Pilcher try to locate the remaining members of the conspiracy.

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Suspecting that someone on his surveillance staff is aiding the rebels, Pilcher tasks Pam to investigate. Fisher tells an awakened Ben that Ethan had the bomber in custody, but let him go because he is Kate's husband Harold. Ethan confronts a jailed Kate, who refuses to cooperate with his investigation. Harold and Alan steal a dump truck to ram the fence, but Harold stays behind for Kate. Alan makes it to the other side of the fence with the body of a fellow conspirator he hopes to bury, but the two are immediately attacked by abbies.

Ethan arrives at the fence just in time to stop three abbies from breaching it. He convinces Harold to give him the names of the remaining 14 conspirators, but Ethan soon finds that they have all removed their tracking chips and gone off the grid.

Three young men from the "First Generation", led by Jason Higgins, storm the jail wanting to reckon Kate, Harold, Franklin and two others. They are initially thwarted by Arlene, but return later and Jason executes all except Kate, who survives only when Ethan arrives to shoot her attacker.

Meanwhile, prompted by a conflicted Pam, Theresa has gone into the tunnel system under Plot 33 and finds a video of Adam Hassler making a report from the ruins of San Francisco in the year , which she shows to Ethan and Kate. Ethan tells Pilcher he now believes he must reckon Kate, and insists the whole town be there. Instead, Ethan tells them all the truth about Pilcher and Wayward Pines.

Observing, Pilcher cuts power to the town—including the fence. Scores of Abbies breach the perimeter of Wayward Pines. Learning what Pilcher has done, Ethan and Kate direct the assembled citizens to the bunker under Plot 33, but not before the abbies begin to arrive and slaughter everyone they can. Jason, still recovering from being shot by Ethan, heads to safety in another bunker with members of the First Generation. Pam objects to Pilcher's intent to wipe the town clean and start over with "Group C", so he has her refrozen against her will.

The townspeople flee through a tunnel from the bunker to the mountain complex, with abbies in pursuit. The volunteers, about to be refrozen by Pilcher's security force, rebel and reawaken Pam who kills Pilcher. With the survivors including Theresa and Ben safe in the complex, Ethan sacrifices himself to stop the rest of the abbies. Ben is injured and wakes up in the hospital; it is three years later and Amy, now a nurse, tells him that "they" are listening.

Jason and the First Generation have seized control of Wayward Pines and frozen most of the adults. David Petrarca. It is now , and two factions have arisen in Wayward Pines: Over years ago in Hawaii, Arnold Pope shares a vision with Dr.

Theo Yedlin, a successful surgeon, saying Yedlin can "help a thousand people". Yedlin is awakened in Wayward Pines, disoriented, and is told by Jason and his aide Kerry Campbell that he is part of a government experiment.

They ask him to operate on an "important person", shown to be Kate Hewson. While the operation is successful, Kate takes her own life after a discussion with Megan. Theo then witnesses the public execution of members of Ben's group, and sees his wife, Rebecca, in the crowd.

Ben and Xander turn themselves in to stop further killings, and they are thrown in a truck with Theo. The truck is sent to the other side of the fence, where the group now has to deal with approaching Abbies. Brad Turner. Story by: Mark Friedman and Michael R. Perry Teleplay by: Michael R. Scores of Abbies sacrifice themselves at the electric fence to build a pile of bodies and allow other Abbies to breach the wall.

Jason and a team thwart the attack, but Kerry is injured, causing Jason to allow Theo's rescue. Ben is left to fend for himself on the other side, much to Theresa's concern.

Having leverage, Theo demands an explanation from Jason before operating on Kerry. Jason tells him the truth about Wayward Pines.

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Theo learns that Rebecca has been a Wayward Pines resident for three years. Ben tries to get on a truck to return, but is unsuccessful. Finding a camera at the fence, Ben reveals to anyone watching that Jason sent a First Generation resident to his death a violation of Pilcher's rules.

Ben is then overcome by Abbies. Unable to spot any Abbies on camera, Jason thinks they've finally driven them away, but one soon runs past the edge of a corn field.

Pam Pilcher narrates the story of Jason — the first baby awoken in Wayward Pines — and how special he was treated growing up.

In the present day, Jason, C. Pam is shown to be confined to a house on the outskirts of the town for killing her brother, but she shows up in Jason's office and convinces him they need to work together for the good of all residents. Jason publicly forgives Pam, but she soon hatches a plan to infect the town with smallpox virus. Pam calls Wayward Pines a "mistake", and insists that Jason let the last of humanity die off peacefully.

Pam is caught and contained while the virus is still in the incubation period. When Pam tells Theo about what happened in Hawaii over years ago, Theo confronts Rebecca, suggesting she was one of Pilcher's volunteers. At the Academy, Megan instructs young teens on how to get pregnant, soon after they start menstruating.

Following Pam's misdeeds, Jason takes her into the woods and strangles her to death. Nazrin Choudhury. Xander, the third person sent to the other side of the fence by Jason, finds himself in a pit dug by the Abbies. He manages to get out and work his way back to town when he encounters a heavily-bearded and disheveled Adam Hassler.

Theo treats Hassler, after which Jason grills Theo to see if Hassler revealed any info about the Abbies. Jason explains that Hassler is one of 12 "nomads" Pilcher sent out several years ago to investigate the world beyond Wayward Pines, and is the only one to make it back.

Theresa insists on joining the team so she can find Ben, and when she discovers his body, she blames Hassler. Elsewhere, Rebecca tries to protect Lucy, a girl not yet 12 years old, from Megan's reproduction mandate, after Lucy reveals she has started menstruating.

At the end of the episode, Lucy's brother Frank encounters an Abbie on the town's merry-go-round. The Abbie that Frank sees is tranquilized and later studied by Megan and her team. It is the first female Abbie they've ever seen or captured. The backstory of Rebecca is revealed in a flashback to the early s, when Pilcher approached her about being the chief architect for Wayward Pines. Excited, Rebecca designed the entire town, but backed out when Megan revealed when the town would actually be built.

In present day Wayward Pines, Rebecca says Pilcher had her kidnapped. She also reveals to Theo that she is married to Xander. Outside the walls of Wayward Pines, C.

Hassler reveals that he purposely sent Ethan to find Kate and be abducted by Pilcher's men, because he wanted to get rid of him and be close to Theresa. It was only after Theresa and Ben followed Ethan that he changed his mind on being one of Pilcher's volunteers.

At the end of the episode, Abbies approach C. Vincenzo Natali. Abbies set fire to the remaining crops outside the fence, and attack C. Theresa is critically injured.

Jason and his soldiers arrive to get as many humans as they can to safety. Xander and a small team aid in the rescue, after Rebecca helps them steal weapons from the mountain facility. Several people need treatment at the hospital, forcing Theo to set up a hasty triage.

Hassler visits Theresa, who is on life support, and a flashback shows him regretting his decision to let Pilcher abduct Ethan. Theresa flatlines soon after. Theo notes that certain drugs and medical supplies are also running dangerously low.

Theo observes that the reasoning center in Margaret's brain is twice the size of a typical human. Hassler learns there is a female Abbie in captivity, and asks Theo if she has a distinctive mark on her palm, which she does. In flashbacks, C. In , he encounters one of the last humans on earth, a man whose clawed fingers show the beginnings of the mutant gene taking form.

When C. In , Megan prepares a celebration for the awakening of Group A, but C. In the present day, Theo attempts to communicate with Margaret using flash cards, believing the Abbie to be highly intelligent, while Megan remains skeptical.

Tests show that Margaret is dominant over the male Abbies. Hassler soon confirms that Margaret is their leader, and that her captivity is causing the increase of Abbies outside the fence.

In front of Jason and Kerry, Margaret indicates that Theo should be the "leader". Angered, Jason shoots and kills the captive male Abbies, but Kerry stops him from shooting Margaret.

Later, Megan is left alone with Margaret, who escapes her cage by entering the lock code she observed Theo using, and she slashes Megan with a scalpel, leaving her to bleed out on the floor. Jennifer Lynch.

Xander and Rebecca discuss their future together, revealing she is pregnant. Theo tells Kerry that the Abbie attack she suffered did too much damage for her to bear children. Theo soon finds Megan's dead body and Margaret's empty cage. Jason sounds the alert in town, and dispatches soldiers to try and gun down the Abbie leader. In Jason's office, Rebecca steals hard copies that show the layout of the original town before Wayward Pines was built over it , to try and determine how Margaret got in and where she might go to get out.

Margaret appears about to attack Rebecca when Xander shoots the Abbie in her hand and wrist. Margaret flees to the woods and prepares to enter an old water duct.Mostly, I spent the time puzzled about what was going on. Leven says, Its like the town was never even here. Jason and his soldiers arrive to get as many humans as they can to safety. Things do not go well for the town after that. Its Pam. Theresa is critically injured.

Only the beam of Pams meager flashlight cuts through the darkness. If it were up to me, Id have my entire security team rolling with us.

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