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WowWow I thought this would be a zombie book but it isn t It s the end of the world A disease known as Wonder s Folly is wiping out the human race David and Ellie are on the run for reason you ll have to read to find out This book is great The relationship David Ellie have is beautiful and felt real The questioning of what s right or wrong and how far would you go to protect your loved ones made this a 5 star read for me Great job Ronald Malfi WowWow I thought this would be a zombie book but it isn t It s the end of the world A disease known as Wonder s Folly is wiping out the human race David and Ellie are on the run for reason you ll have to read to find out This book is great The relationship David Ellie have is beautiful and felt real The questioning of what s right or wrong and how far would you go to protect your loved ones made this a 5 star read for me Great job Ronald Malfi 5 STARS Full review up This was so great One of the better post apocalyptic books that I ve read.The Night Parade starts off with David Arlen racing away from his home, dead wife and the authorities looking for him and his daughter, Ellie Ellie is a special girl and David must protect her at all costs.The world has been contaminated with Wanderer s Folly Ronald Malfi does a excellent job of writing about this plague and the world that our characters are trying to survive in His wor 5 STARS Full review up This was so great One of the better post apocalyptic books that I ve read.The Night Parade starts off with David Arlen racing away from his home, dead wife and the authorities looking for him and his daughter, Ellie Ellie is a special girl and David must protect her at all costs.The world has been contaminated with Wanderer s Folly Ronald Malfi does a excellent job of writing about this plague and the world that our characters are trying to survive in His world building was great in this Wanderer s Folly causes delusions, daydreams and nightmares The nightmares become so real in your mind that you ll kill yourself over the visions Health officials do not understand how this disease is contacted and the world is slowly eating itself alive.I loved the past and present chapters in The Night Parade The sense of dread in this book is so good While reading the past chapters in how Wanderer s Folly is contacted, you re on the edge of your seat trying to understand how all this could happen And then we re introduced to the present chapters in where David and Ellie are running for their lives It just works I think what I loved the most about this book was how Ronald Malfi wrote emotion in this for the characters and all the scary obstacles they go through in order to survive It s a terrifying and great book that starts to creep under your skin Recommended to fans that love horror and post apocalyptic books I really don t think you ll be disappointed while reading this I m looking forward to readingbooks by Malfi His writing was excellent So this week I found myself in the path of Hurricane Irma I will say I hate that bitch We ve been without power for almost five days now I have discovered something about myself Yes, I m grateful that we didn t sufferdamage than we did and I feel heartbroken for all the people that did Including my close neighbors But what I discovered wasI m not cut out for this shit If the zombie apocalypse happens tomorrow..just look for me Anyways, enough of my boring TMI stuff I was in So this week I found myself in the path of Hurricane Irma I will say I hate that bitch We ve been without power for almost five days now I have discovered something about myself Yes, I m grateful that we didn t sufferdamage than we did and I feel heartbroken for all the people that did Including my close neighbors But what I discovered wasI m not cut out for this shit If the zombie apocalypse happens tomorrow..just look for me Anyways, enough of my boring TMI stuff I was in need of book entertainment and since I snoozed and missed out on requesting the super popular Bone White I realized that I had another Malfi book that I was a total slacker and hadn t read yet And of course with my luck the one I choose was an end of the world one Perfect timing Shelby, you dumb ass.Eight year old Ellie used to stand her toys up at attention at her door when she was younger, forming a Night Parade of protection in her sleep.But what happens when the intruder is hidden People have realized that the birds have disappeared and bugs are running rampant I hate birds and bugs both so I m already shuddering Then people start displaying weird symptoms such as delusions, weird bleeding and then death It s not the Zika, calm down It s called Wanderer s Folly I don t want to catch that stuff either.Ellie s dad David is on the run with her Her mom has died and David thinks that the government is going to take Ellie to test on next This dang book Get ready to eat all your fingernails off if you read it You can t stop though Something might happen Or at least that s how I felt I love when an author makes it so that you can t put the book down because your heart is beating faster and you HAVE to know what happens next Booksource Netgalley in exchange for review My daughter hates Paul Harvey Why do I bring this up, you may ask Well, when I finished this book, and turned the very last page, my first thought was, and here s the rest of the story Except there is no rest of the story here That s what makes this book pointless It s really only a few hundred pages long, but until around the last quarter of it, the tale drags Suddenly, it picks up, and I m like jeezum crow Then, excitementthen, the end Huh Wait a dang minute here What the heck My daughter hates Paul Harvey Why do I bring this up, you may ask Well, when I finished this book, and turned the very last page, my first thought was, and here s the rest of the story Except there is no rest of the story here That s what makes this book pointless It s really only a few hundred pages long, but until around the last quarter of it, the tale drags Suddenly, it picks up, and I m like jeezum crow Then, excitementthen, the end Huh Wait a dang minute here What the heck This could have easily been a trilogy It should have had , because the exciting stuff just started AT THE END Dude Seriously, dude..Truth is that I struggled my way through this book because Mr Malfi is a big deal to me I love his writings I m accustomed to the slow burns, but this was no slow burn It was boring What kept me going though is the fact that Malfi, while he sometimes lacks in character development often excels in, placement Don t know what the term for that would be, but he helps me visualize the places he sends his characters Sadly, only Tim and Ellie felt real to me I would love to read the rest of this story, and I m thinking it would be a good one As it is though, it was tiresome, with an unfinished end By the way, my daughter hated Paul, because everyday at 12 05 P.M., I made her stop talking so I could hear Paul Harvey I think what ultimately disturbed me at the finish of this book is the fact that it could have been on par, or close to McCammons Swan Song But, it ended up missing by a country mile.Update..6 20 20 I ve only read one Malfi book since this one His stuff is good, but not good enough His early stuff That was the bomb diggity The shit My groove I no longer read Malfi This review and the rest of the crap I write can be seen my blog Bark s Book Nonsense Stop by and say hey.Set during the onset of an apocalypse in the form of a plague, The Night Parade is part road trip, part survivalist thriller, part emotional relationship drama and, fortunately for me, all parts were good.The plague is dubbed Wanderer s Folly because it makes you lose your marbles before killing you You might wander about in your undies and do such strange things like setting your hous This review and the rest of the crap I write can be seen my blog Bark s Book Nonsense Stop by and say hey.Set during the onset of an apocalypse in the form of a plague, The Night Parade is part road trip, part survivalist thriller, part emotional relationship drama and, fortunately for me, all parts were good.The plague is dubbed Wanderer s Folly because it makes you lose your marbles before killing you You might wander about in your undies and do such strange things like setting your house aflame or walking off a cliff before dropping dead Yikes, I don t know about you but those images haunted me It was horrifying and scary and seeing as I love these types of stories, I was in it from the very beginning David has blood on his sleeve and is trying to outrun the plague and keep his daughter Ellie safe from an evil doctor That s all about all we know when the story begins As things slowly unravel, we learn everything but it takes its sweet time getting there and I will not spoil the trip for you The getting there is all the fun well, fun isn t exactly the appropriate word for this emotional and grief laden story The book is filled is with scary people, frighteningly large bugs and lots of them, fatherly love and strange discoveries There is such pain and sorrow in both David and Ellie s past and nothing but fear in their future but they manage to keep going I enjoyed reading about them both It s a gripping and well paced read that, unlike many of these types of stories, never forgets about its characters The world may have gone to shit but humanity still survives I recommend it highly and hope there is another book set in this world because there are a few plot points I d like to see expanded upon 4 Stars I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for a review Wanderer s Folly that s the name of the contagion at the center of The Night Parade As far as plagues go, it does its own thing, but it usually involves bleeding copiously from the nose and intense hallucinations It s not restricted to just humans either, some animals have also been infected This is the background in which we find David and his 8, almost 9 , year old daughter Ellie both trying to avoid the plague and survive while on the run If you want to knowthan that, you ll have Wanderer s Folly that s the name of the contagion at the center of The Night Parade As far as plagues go, it does its own thing, but it usually involves bleeding copiously from the nose and intense hallucinations It s not restricted to just humans either, some animals have also been infected This is the background in which we find David and his 8, almost 9 , year old daughter Ellie both trying to avoid the plague and survive while on the run If you want to knowthan that, you ll have to read this excellent book What I liked most about this story was the building dread the reader never had the chance to fully relax, because just when you thought everything was cool, it was NOT, and then you were right back where you started which in my case was nibbling my nails and turning the pages And that s another thing the pacing The chapters were mostly short and because there was a lot of action happening, or on the verge of happening, I just kept on going like the literary version of Nemo Just keep readingThe characters were good and memorable, but there isn t a big cast here which was fine with me I think that contributed to the quick pacing as well So there you have it a cool, scary plague, characters you can root for, fast pacing, and what I thought was an interesting plot, even if not altogether original I recommend this book for all these reasons and not just to fans of horror, but to fans of thrillers and apocalyptic fiction as well Pick up The Night Parade and see what it s all about I think you ll dig it Available July 26th, you can get your copy here Thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for the e ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review This is it With so many authors and books on my radar, I ve still somehow never come across a book by Ronald Malfi I have to say, I m pretty impressed with his style The categorization of this book as a horror novel is what initially piqued my interest It s no secret, I occasionally like to dabble in books that creep me out and this one delivered Think The Walking Dead, but without the zombies We re thrust into a story of a father and daughter on the run, in the middle of the night They re in a stole With so many authors and books on my radar, I ve still somehow never come across a book by Ronald Malfi I have to say, I m pretty impressed with his style The categorization of this book as a horror novel is what initially piqued my interest It s no secret, I occasionally like to dabble in books that creep me out and this one delivered Think The Walking Dead, but without the zombies We re thrust into a story of a father and daughter on the run, in the middle of the night They re in a stolen car headed somewhere, but where And why The author does a great job of alluding to what is going on, but he doesn t come right out and say it Instead, you get to sit back and watch him piece the full story together with flashes between the past and present The anticipation made it a fast paced, but completely unnerving rideMaybe we re all just ghosts floating about through the ether, occasionally bumping into one anotherThere were so many things that set me on edge the ice cream truck I surely will never look at one the same , the eerie paper plate masks, the increase in creepy crawlers a spider eating a rat skin crawling and the sheer desolation of some areas Not to mention, the madness That had to be the worst part Just the thought of contracting this unknown virus that attacks your brain and brings on hallucinations was enough to scare me I can only imagine how much I would be freaking out in David and Ellie s situation And how could you put your trust in anyone And the bird eggs What gives Why in the heck was she dragging those around I m not sure if I still even get it So if you re reading this and you do, please tell me This story was so muchthan just an apocalyptic meltdown It s was also about the unwavering love a father has for his daughter Amongst all the bleakness, David and Ellie were definitely the light His determination to protect her at all costs and her drive to help people had me rooting for them to make it I could see what was coming, but I wanted to look the other way and pretend I didn t I wanted to be wrong.I could go on and on, but suffice it to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this book The setting, the words, the ending Color me impressedARC kindly provided by Kensington Books and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review THE NIGHT PARADE, by Ronald Malfi, is a book I ve been looking forward to ever since I saw that it was scheduled to be released As you can see by my rating, I was not at all disappointed.Malfi is truly gifted when it comes to storytelling in general, and characterization As soon as I began THE NIGHT PARADE, I fell completely into the lives of David Arlen and his daughter, Ellie Their emotions, reactions, and conversations were all so vivid that they could have been happening in the real worl THE NIGHT PARADE, by Ronald Malfi, is a book I ve been looking forward to ever since I saw that it was scheduled to be released As you can see by my rating, I was not at all disappointed.Malfi is truly gifted when it comes to storytelling in general, and characterization As soon as I began THE NIGHT PARADE, I fell completely into the lives of David Arlen and his daughter, Ellie Their emotions, reactions, and conversations were all so vivid that they could have been happening in the real world right before you These characters showed a true parent child relationship that was real something readers could identify with.The sickness became known as The Folly a disease of the brain that the afflicted could never be cured of The method of how it was spread remained a mystery The only thing David Arlen was certain of was that his daughter wasspecial They re not looking for me, babyThey re looking for you How far will a Father go to protect his only child There are no limits.There are other characters in this novel that Malfi brings to life with the same expertise David s wife, Kathy who s emotional turmoil and sense of duty are so sadly poignant, that I felt I was with her, and able to understand her internal trauma David s step brother, Tim, who lived off the grid long before the world s latest problem began his thoughts and motivations were just as plausible as were those who remained behind, in denial that the world as they knew it had changed What changed your plans so drastically that you decided this horrible madness was the better option As this evocative journey continued, every little aspect brought to our attention the sorrow, isolation, occasional chaos and madness all combined to bring this tale alive THE NIGHT PARADE is an emotional, suspenseful story that very often strayed from the path I was expecting, keeping my undivided attention throughout the entire novel.Highest recommendation I received an advance e copy of this book through NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review Well, the last three four chapters gave my emotional content a severe work out.This definitely reminds me of Firestarter Stephen King with a father and daughter on the run from the authorities or CDC Govt Officials in this case Both Charlie Firestarter and Ellie The Night Parade are around the same age seven and eight, respectively Although, Charlie McGee s gift abilities The Bad Thing were farpotent She could conflagrate the planet, causing total annihilation, whereas Well, the last three four chapters gave my emotional content a severe work out.This definitely reminds me of Firestarter Stephen King with a father and daughter on the run from the authorities or CDC Govt Officials in this case Both Charlie Firestarter and Ellie The Night Parade are around the same age seven and eight, respectively Although, Charlie McGee s gift abilities The Bad Thing were farpotent She could conflagrate the planet, causing total annihilation, whereas Eleanor Ellie Arlen is the possible cure for a disease known as Wanderer s Folly, which sounds like an STD for some reason Anyway, the CDC wants to conduct experiments on her, in the hope of saving our species from going the way of the Dodo To save humanity How about trying to save humanity from itself, which, ironically, is the biggest threat Probably Not an asteroid, virus, or disease At least, it seems that way The main character David Arlen was a bit of an enigma at times in the way he feeds his eight year old daughter misinformation, and the lengths he s willing to go to to feign an action in the hope it ll keep her happy, and stop her asking awkward questions, he doesn t want to answer He upgrades to emotional blackmail to get her to comply, after they make a stop at a diner, and she sees a news broadcast about them being wanted, and that her father is wanted for questioning in connection with the death of his wife, Kathy, which culminates in him having to tell his daughter the truth, about her mother Well, some of it, anyway He leaves out a few significant details No need to cause herheartache She s very astute She knows, he s lying He knows, she knows, he s lying But he does it, anyway She unloads a barrage of questions throughout their journey, which amused me quite a bit She wants to help, if she can to go back, instead of running But there s an obstacle in her way her father She has the ability to remove the bad stuff from people making them feel better euphoric, even in their last moments And her ability is getting stronger She can do other things, too, which comes in handy, when they make a stop in Goodwin, which isn t as deserted as David originally thought He blames the doctor s for his wifes death, and he doesn t want his daughter to be used as a guinea pig having her blood tested, and being experimented on like his wife was Not on his watch, anyway Even if she is humanities, only hope Kathy volunteered to be at the hospital to be studied, after Head Epidemiologist of Infectious Diseases, Sanjay Kapor, visited her home telling her she was immune to the Folly, which we getinsight of via flashback chapters, every so often I think the flashbacks, were my favourite aspect of the story 21, 19, 16 months ago, until we eventually get the flashback, where the story starts and David is in the car, after picking his daughter up, from the babysitters house does some breaking and entering and goes on the run There are quite a few creepy scenes scarecrows in a field, red crosses on doors, etc I think it s due to the context, which makes the scarecrows seem, creepier, than normal In conclusion I m still not sure what to make of David It s obvious he loves cares for his daughter, and will do anything to protect her But I think he should have beencandid with her, from the start, instead of dancing around questions being asked Then there s the emotional blackmail aspects, which took me off guard where he threatened to break something, she s been taking care of for an extended period of time if she didn t get in the car So, I guess, my feelings about how he handled certain situations, vacillated, every so often Final thought I may have to reread the last two chapters, as I m not entirely sure I fully understood what happened I think it was imaginary, due to a touch I think `Download Book ⇣ The Night Parade ✘ First the birds disappearedThen the insects took over Then the madness beganThey call it Wanderer s Folly a disease of delusions, of daydreams and nightmares A plague threatening to wipe out the human race After two years of creeping decay, David Arlen woke up one morning thinking that the worst was over By midnight, he s bleeding and terrified, his wife is dead, and he s on the run in a stolen car with his eight year old daughter, who may be the key to a cure Ellie is a special girl Deep Insightful And she knows David is lying to her Lying about her mother Lying about what they re running from And lying about what he sees when he takes his eyes off the road The Kenneth Anderson Omnibus of daydreams and nightmares A plague threatening to wipe out the human race After two years of creeping decay Chinas New Dawn David Arlen woke up one morning thinking that the worst was over By midnight روز هزار ساعت دارد he s bleeding and terrified Judge Dredd his wife is dead Lo Zingarelli and he s on the run in a stolen car with his eight year old daughter Bordeaux Legends who may be the key to a cure Ellie is a special girl Deep Insightful And she knows David is lying to her Lying about her mother Lying about what they re running from And lying about what he sees when he takes his eyes off the road