The final installment in the Southern Reach trilogy will answer many of your questions first formed in Annihilation, but will also leave you hanging, suspended in open air over a chasm of about 100 newly-formed questions. We follow Control and Ghost Bird back into . . .
After its director disappeared into Area X with the twelfth expedition and never came back, the Southern Reach must appoint a new director in her absence. John Rodríguez, who chooses to go by "Control," is that new director. Control spends his . . .
Lena is a biologist and former soldier. She is married to Kane, also a soldier, and one that's been "missing" for a year, now, after setting out on a secret mission. Kane suddenly turns up, but he's not who he used to be. He acts like a subdued version of Kane, doesn't remember anything at all about his mission, and almost instantly . . .
Area X is a mysterious place where nature has reclaimed the Earth, and there are no signs of civilization. For decades, expeditions have been sent across the border to gather as much information as possible about this strange area, to map out the terrain and discover what . . .
Hey guys! Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I even missed my second Saturday Sentiments post -- I'm not off to a great start, am I. Well, the reason I fell behind was that I took a mini-vacation to Louisville, Kentucky for my English Honor Society's international convention. Pretty cool, right? I was accepted…