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NATIONAL BESTSELLERBEST BOOK OF 2018 Library Journal NPR BuzzfeedLOCUS RECOMMENDED READING LIST 2018JULY 2018 INDIE NEXT PICKSUMMER 2018 PUBLISHERS WEEKLY PICK“A tremendous book―thought provoking and terrifying with tension that winds up like a chain  The Cabin at the End of the World  is Tremblay’s personal best It’s that good”  Stephen King“A clinic in suspense a story that opens with high wire tension and never lets up from there”    Michael KorytaI tore through it in record time I just couldn’t wait to see where Tremblay was going to take me next”    Victor LaValleThe Bram Stoker Award winning author of A Head Full of Ghosts adds an inventive twist to the home invasion horror story in a heart palpitating novel of psychological suspense that recalls Stephen King’s Misery. When the end is near will you know it Will signs appear to show it And what sort of end will it be Ice or fire Conflagration Land consumed by an angry sea And what if there s uncertainty What if this is not the result of that but just the way things are under no one s control to cause or prevent And if there is no control what is the role of those who speak on behalf of an unseen power Do they suffer from confusion perhaps delusion Can we take them at their word What if they insist we go along with their intrusion even though we ve reached a very different conclusion Lines are drawn when the mad demand our subjugation What sort of god could allow such things and still insist on adorationPaul Tremblay image from Litreactorcom Wenling Wen will be eight years old in a few days She and her two daddies Eric and Andrew are away from it all up from Cambridge at a cabin in northern New Hampshire near the Canadian border Her dads chose this place because there would be no Wi fi or cell reception so they could unplug and it would be just the three of them hanging out swimming talking playing cards or board games without any digital distractions Peace and uiet no nearby neighbors plenty of grasshoppers Wen is outside collecting some in a jar to study She is even giving them names and making sure to pick smaller ones that will not damage themselves on the jagged edges of the air holes she s poked in the metal lid Out of nowhere a very large man appears Leonard He might be taller than anyone she has ever met and he s as wide as a couple of tree trunks pushed together He is soft spoken and seems kind even helps her collect some specimens But Leonard is like the Blues Brothers on a mission from god He has three other people with him Your dads won t want to let us in Wen but they have to Tell them they have to We are not here to hurt you We need your help to save the world Please Well in that case sure come on inor not Wen alarmed runs to tell her dads The four insist on entering The dads are determined to keep them out and the siege is onImage from ZD NetAn apocalypse is coming and these four are both heralds and potentially agents of prevention Were the voices they all heard some common mental illness an alien intrusion or truly a sign from you know who That the world seems to be going to hell uickly in a dramatically large handbasket lends them some credence but what they are asking is unthinkable Tremblay has written detective novels scores of short stories and a few horror books all while keeping his day job schoolteacher Perhaps because of having to deal with adolescents at work and at home he is fond of horror story tropes In A Head Full of Ghosts he became one with the demonic possession tale For a later work Disappearance at Devil s Rock he considered what sort of things would most terrify him personally And the winner was missing child every parent s nightmare This time he took on another favorite source of terror How would I do a home invasion novel I d like to read I guarantee you have not read one like this one beforeImage from JoeCruzMMfileswordpresscomThe intent doesn t matter much if you do not care about those in the home being invaded No problem Wen is edible and her daddies are a very human couple with affection and edges reasonably distributed Details of their lives make you care for them and And you will have cause for concern as they are facing very real very existential immediate peril There are plenty of elements in common with the usual home invasion horrors Wondering if your invaders are nuts fearing for your life and the lives of your loved ones trying to figure out ways to get the better of the baddies What is different is that the home invaders do not seem to be evil people despite the most definitely evil looking scythe like weaponry they tote When the going gets seriously tough the seriously tough get going to FourHorsemenOutfitterscom your goto provider for your end times needs Tribulation free ordering guaranteed Leonard the leader seems particularly reasonable a gentle giant nice even They might be insane but what if they are not There are reasons offered to consider the latter possibility The other three are definitely euipped with good sides too but a bit less manifestly than their leader Study for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 19th century by John Martinimage from the Indiana University Art Museum Provenance ProjectAny fine meal is composed of a range of ingredients Here we have the terror of the invaded the unexpected facets of the invaders and a big overarching scare Is it real or not But there are other items spicing up this read There is consideration of faith religion and how far one will go in service of one s beliefs It is tough not to see the four horsemen imagery in the four invaders but there are other subtle spices at play A motif of sevens permeates There are sundry references to other novels that offer some food for thought Tim O Brien s Lake of the Woods is one There are others Do we believe what we see or see what we believeImage from SleepyhollowwikiacomThis book will keep you guessing Is this the end of the world Or maybe just a potential end for some Tremblay offers an explanation but can we accept it The ambiguity provides a constant tension from the first encounter to the last page There may not be a mysterious voice telling you to get your hands on this one as soon as you can and read it as uickly as possible But whether you hear one or not this will be one of the best reads of the summer and you do not really know how much time you have left Review posted 31618Publication date 62618EXTRA STUFFLinks to the author s personal Twitter and FB pagesHe has a story collection coming out in 2019 and his next novel in 2020An excerpt from Entertainment WeeklyI sure hope Tremblay doesn t take a shovel to my review But if he does I hope he tapes it Interviews In this video interview put out by his publisher Morrow Tremblay talks mostly about two earlier novels but gets into how this one came about offering insight into his approach 2750 Providence College an audio interview at his alma mater From Fractions to Fiction 4215 Excerpts from a Locus Magazine interview print Paul Tremblay Aftermath Audio interview Friday Morning Coffee June 16 2017 with Daniel Ford 2101 Print interview at LitReactorcom 10 uestions with Paul Tremblay 6215 by Keith RawsonOther Book Studio 16 is a Harper department that produces a video series in which someone whose opinion I value above all speaks about a handful of usually upcoming books At 2419 to 1818 the ueen of the show talks about The Cabin at the End of the World but I suggest you watch the entire vid about 34 minutes You might find even books to add to your ever growing TBRThe Harper Book ueen included a bit on this book in her TBR Tuesdays FB live broadcast from 73118 at 950

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Ruth Ware’s In a Dark Dark Wood and Jack Ketchum’s cult hit The Girl Next DoorSeven year old Wen and her parents Eric and Andrew are vacationing at a remote cabin on a uiet New Hampshire lake Their closest neighbors are than two miles in either direction along a rutted dirt roadOne afternoon as Wen catches grasshoppers in the front yard a stranger unexpectedly appears in the driveway Leonard is the largest man Wen has ever seen but he is young friendly and he wins her over almost instantly Leonard and Wen talk and play until Leonard abruptly apologizes and tells Wen None of what’s going to happen is your fault Three strangers then arrive at the cabin carrying unidentifiable menacing objects As Wen sprints inside to warn her parents Leonard calls out Your dads won’t want to let us in Wen But th. 35 STARS Your dads won t let us in Wen But they have to Tell them they have to We are not here to hurt you We need your help to save the world PleaseI love that when you pick up a Paul Tremblay novel you never know exactly what you re getting yourself into until you finish the book Each one of his novels are widely different in plot but also wholly similar in their unsettling and deliciously compulsive nature Each of his fans have their own personal favorite for me that s A Head Full Of Ghosts Regardless of which book you ve taken to mostly I think all who enjoy his books can agree that no one writes about the dark and gritty unseen moments of domestic life like he can That said I enjoyed The Cabin At The End Of The World but it wasn t my favorite Come inside now Please come in You have to Hurry There are people here and they want to come in and they want to talk to you and some of them scare meThe tension and building of suspense here is brilliant I felt like a brittle bone I was so rigid and engrossed while reading that if someone had come along and poked me with their pinky I may have shattered What is this book about you ask I d rather not say partially because I m still trying to process what exactly I just read It s very hard to talk about any specifics here because this is a very different book with a very different vibe and to spoil it would just be cruel So instead of talking about the plot I wanted to mention what caused me to connect with the characters and a majority of it was the portrayal of Wen s two dads Eric and Andrew The author has done such a fantastic job of taking a homosexual couple and making them real and normal as they should be EDIT as pointed out by a reader below I was not intending to imply that gay couples are neither real or normal My intention was to state how grateful I am that the author included them as they should be here real and normal There is still a shortage of LGBT characters in the mystery thriller suspense genre and I was pleased to see them included here in the manner that they should be Many apologies if that came across the wrong way They bicker and have emotional moments and have to work through the terror of protecting their child just like all the rest of us which was both beautiful and heart warming I found this part to be necessary to offset all the dark spookie wookies going on here I did enjoy the plot but I think I m middle of the fence on how the ending worked for me It ll just be up to personal preference of the reader which you ll understand once you reach the end of this one yourself and have a chance to decide This was a gripping read that was entertaining and perfect to pick up when you have a chance to read it all in one sitting Recommended to Tremblay fans and also to those looking for something new to spice up their reading rut I ll be anxiously awaiting his next work and can t wait to see where he takes us I received a copy for review from the publisher All opinions are my own

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Ey have to We need your help to save the worldThus begins an unbearably tense gripping tale of paranoia sacrifice apocalypse and survival that escalates to a shattering conclusion one in which the fate of a loving family and uite possibly all of humanity are entwined The Cabin at the End of the World is a masterpiece of terror and suspense from the fantastically fertile imagination of Paul Tremblay“Read Paul Tremblay's new novel The Cabin at the End of the World and you might not sleep for a week Longer It will shape your nightmares for months – that's pretty much guaranteed” NPR “Gripping horrifying and mesmerizing” G “A tour de force of psychological and religious horror” BNcom“A blinding tale of survival and sacrifice” Kirkus Reviews“Tremblay has a real winner here” Torco. um whAT THE FUCK WAS THATWTF I m just what the actually Glares intensifies at book sitting on the table GAH YOU RE SO POINTLESS I scream OK Great premise I can understand the obscurity and redundancy of it the Unknown Writing was decent Very engaging But the pacing THE PACING Oh god THE FUCKING PACING I m doneD O N E How What in the world was this mess Too much repetition that tried hard to give these characters back stories but instead fucking backfired in a way that made me exhausted just reading about it So bad I can forgive the ending as well but I felt that one particular death was SO FUCKING POINTLESS IM SO ANGRY BBYYEE fuCKKThank god i finished this after Christmas otherwise I would have been so stupidly annoyed my god This book had such promise and a great build up going through but I justcan t Overall disappointed AFCould not relate to anyone who gave this five stars 2 GENEROUS STARSTwitter Bookstagram Youtube

10 thoughts on “The Cabin at the End of the World

  1. says:

    oooh goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018 what will happen?what the fuck was that?here’s the thing ever since paul tremblay wrote A Head Full of Ghosts and slipped in a character named “karen brissette” whose voice sounded an awful lot like the inside of my own ghostless head i’ve been pestering him with “am i gonna be in the next book huh?? huh?? huh?? am i?? but i am so glad to not be

  2. says:

    When the end is near will you know it? Will signs appear to show it? And what sort of end will it be? Ice or fire

  3. says:

    25 The book started great but it uickly fell flat It probably would have made a better short storyDon't recommend the audiobook as some characters sounded uite robotic and it took me out of the storyOverall it left me wan

  4. says:

    The Cabin at the End of the World has a fantastic premise at its core and if this story had been a novella or a 90 minute movie I likely would have enjoyed it a whole lot Instead Tremblay stuffs and stretches a simple yet awesome idea into a full length novel that's both padded and repetitive to a frustrating degreeWithout spoiling things The Cabin at the End of the World is a home invasion novel with apocal

  5. says:

    35 WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST READ stars Rounded upLiterally what in hell?? Did I just read?Good grief Existential crisis anyone?☆ What is life? ☆ What is love? ☆ What are words? ☆ Did I just read this? ☆ What did I just read? ☆ Is there anybody out there? ☆ Are you there God it's me Meg?Wen and her Daddies Andrew and

  6. says:

    35 STARS Your dads won't let us in Wen But they have to Tell them they have to We are not here to hurt you We need your help to save the world PleaseI love that when you pick up a Paul Tremblay novel you never know exactly what you're getting yourself into until you finish the book Each one of his novels are widely different in plot but also wholly similar in their unsettling and deliciously compulsive nature Each of his

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    45 starsWhen I first started reading this book I thought if the horror films The Strangers and The Cabin in the woods had a baby it would be this book Of course there are major differences and plots but stillA getaway to a cabin sounds like a perfect time away for Wen and her two dads They are going to relax she wants to catch some grasshoppers and they plan to enjoy the lake But one day a man approaches Wen wh

  8. says:

    um whAT THE FUCK WAS THAT??WTF I’m just— what the actually Glares intensifies at book sitting on the table“GAH YOU’RE SO POINTLESS” I scream OK Great premise I can understand the obscurity and redundan

  9. says:

    Too many people have smiles that don't mean what a smile is supposed to meanEric and Andrew are staying in a remote cabin on a New Hampshire lake with their seven year old child Wen who is catching grasshoppers in the garden when a large man appears He is friendly at first and is starting to win Wen over when he abruptly says None of what is going to happen is your fault Three strangers then appear in the driveway hol

  10. says:

    And I'm done This book felt like it took forever to get through but that was mostly due to all the goddamn padding of story that went nowhereAnd speaking of stories that go nowhere at no point did any of the four just stop take five minutes and explain what it was specifically that not only initially convinced them to risk their lives to come to this spot but also why they believe what they believe At no point did Tremblay provide any motiv

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