Pulse is a dystopian book set in 2040. A power-hungry company will do anything and pay off anyone to get what they want. Protecting the environment is last on their list, as they can pay people off and do what they want. That is the case when they plan and follow through with a humongous music festival on an island.
Some people are against everything Pulse stands for and have something planned for the music festival. Their plan takes place, but something odd is going on. There is a creature wreaking havoc on the island. Will anyone make it home?
Pulse is a story of rogue monsters, environmental issues, and greedy men. Some of it is written in a play-like style which makes it unique. The person’s name is written, followed by what that person said. I didn’t know if I’d like that, but it didn’t bother me.
Although this is a 387 page book, it is a quick read. The print is not tiny, and because of the play-like writing, there are many blank lines on those pages. Nevertheless, I read it in just over a day.
I found Pulse interesting. The creature’s introduction was unexpected and threw a pipe wrench into the story taking it in an unforeseen direction.
The characters varied with people to despise and others to root for. I’m especially interested in seeing what happens with Sarah. She seems to be of mega importance.
Pulse ends with a cliffhanger, and I’m anxious to see what happens in the next book.
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