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    Free download Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Emily Schultz Emily Schultz ä 8 Read & Download review The Blondes here enjoy one of the few pictures of me as a blonde that exist and know that if i were a character in this book i would totally attack youthis is one of those books whose reality you just have to accept otherwise you are going to hate it and your brain is not going to be able to get over the that's not how science works elementsbecause to a biologist spec a geneticist this book is cuckoo bananas a plague descends on the world

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) Free download Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Emily Schultz review The Blondes “I’ve always wondered why people who love you do that to you – give you photographs where they look beautiful you not so much” ― Emily Schultz The BlondesBeing a blonde I could not resist when I saw this book reviewed in a magazine I knew I had to get my hands on a copy so I didHazel is a blonde But bad bad things are h

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) This book was advertised with far too much hype The next Margaret Atwood I wishThe biggest problem with The Blondes is the heroine She did not engage me in any way no that's actually not true she irritated me on numerous occasions What drives her through the events is her desire to abort an unwanted pregnancy; one wonders if she kne

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) The Blondes is one of those books that draws you in by the cover and the book blurb You dive in with high expectations and

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) The Blondes by Emily SchultzThis is a story about a virus which suddenly befalls women with blonde hair It doesn’t matter if the hair is na

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) Emily Schultz’s new novel sports a platinum B movie premise All the blonde women on Earth are suddenly at risk of contracting a ra

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) Broken into three parts the narrative moves forward and backwards in time as the main character Hazel speaks to her pregnant belly relating the events of what brought her to be where she is The world is in chaos as a strange epidemic has taken over women targeting blonde women in particular It causes a rabid like effect where the victim's mi

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    Emily Schultz ä 8 Read & Download Free download Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Emily Schultz The Blondes (EBOOK) With a premise about a plague that affects blonde women you would think there would be plenty of excitement Eh not so much I

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    The Blondes (EBOOK) Free download Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Emily Schultz review The Blondes I enjoyed this book I was a little hesitant to read it given it's reviews but I'm glad I didHazel the main character isn't very likeable or sympathetic but at the end of the day I cared what happened to her This story was mostly about her her life before and during the epidemic and her pregnancy The Blonde Fury was a minor part of the book I would have much rather had of that than Hazel I wish we had of an explanation ab

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    review The Blondes The Blondes (EBOOK) Free download Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Emily Schultz I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased review I was uite excited to read this book as well being a blonde myself most of the time anyway I thought the premise sounded interested Blondes go crazy and rabid and start attacking people hey why not From the blurb this book sounded like a zombie ish post apocalyptic type book that I might enjoy However this was not to beUnfort

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Catch it The narration alternates been Hazel being alone in the cabin and Hazel recounting to her unborn child all of the vents that led to her isolation Reading this book the first thing you have to do is suspend all disbelief with the Science that is talked about in this book I have no clue about Science and Snowflakes on the Sea even I knew that what was happening was beyond the realm of possibility as was thexplanation First it is reported that the disease affects all blonde girls and women not males JUST females Then they state that blonde women just dye their hair so they won t catch it This makes no sense to me Then they say women who aren t natural blondes but who dye their hair blonde have a chance of catching it Then they say that Wrathful Chaos: Five Books of Satanic Philosophy even if you dye your hair or shave your head it doesn t matter You can catch it Hazel is a redhead This should put her in the safe category but not really From what I understood the only way for women to be completely safe was to have natural hair as dark as possible When women are attempting to cross borders inspectorsven have the women drop their pants so they can see if the carpets match the drapes This was one of the few times in the book where I was genuinely horrified Hazel dyes her hair a darker color but because the inspector asks her to do this she is put under uarantine All of this hysteria does strike me as somewhat realistic There is a disease no one is familiar with so all of these theories get thrown out as uickly as possible by reporters just so they can have a story This further incites mass hysteria With women all over the country supposedly being affected by this disease it would be asy to be scared I did wonder how many cases were real and how many were just diagnosed because of mass hysteria At one point reporters were telling people to be on the lookout for motional or upset women Sorry but if there is a plague turning blonde women into killers I m going to be a bit motional I think the reason why I was bored throughout most of this book was that the main character seemed bored with verything too She showed almost no Humanism: The Greek Ideal and its Survival emotion throughout thentire book and in fact seemed almost apathetic to what was happening Even when she was describing her affair with her married professor there was no Love 2.0 (A Cates Brothers Book, emotion there I didn tven know why she continued with the affair It didn t seem like she loved him or The Fix even knew him very well Thending of this book was as anticlimactic as verything lse I kept waiting for something to happen The resolution did not sit well with me All in all there was probably one chapter s worth of xciting vents in this very boring book I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley from the publisher in Desire in Seven Voices exchange for an honest and unbiased review I was uitexcited to read this book as well being a blonde myself most of the time anyway I thought the premise sounded interested Blondes go crazy and rabid and start attacking people hey why not From the blurb this book sounded like a zombie ish Post Apocalyptic Type Book That I Might Enjoy However This apocalyptic type book that I might njoy However this not to beUnfortunately I just could not ngage with this book and I could not bring myself to finish it The Casa Mono Cookbook either It used to be that I would force myself to read to thend but these days I just don t have the time or nergy to do that I njoy reading and I want to njoy my downtime so now if I don t like a book I will give it a fair chance but if it is still not gripping me after a few chapters I ll move on to the next book I gave it a fair go though and managed about 40% of the way through yet I was still not gripped and the story wasn t volving fast nough for me to want continue or know what happened in the nd I believe this is partially as it feels as though the story is going to Lachlan's Protg (English Edition) end back at the beginning of the book and the beginning didn t draw me in Hazel the main character of the book starts of telling the story in first person to her un born child of how she Hazel came to be in a cabin in the middle of nowhere pregnant re counting the memories of before blondes went rabid For almost the first uarter of the book Hazel is re counting the memories of herx lover whom #from what I can tell she didn t think was very attractive didn t particular njoy in bed and # what I can tell she didn t think was very attractive didn t particular njoy in bed and t necessarily like also he was married She is also coming to terms with the fact she has just fallen pregnant to a married man All of this is xplained well before you ven get the hint of the beginnings of the blonde plague This was largely my issue with the book I didn t really like Hazel very much I couldn t understand her and couldn t comprehend why on arth she would want to be with this man in the first place Then the beginnings of the plague started to be introduced the part I was most xcited to read about but unfortunately I was lost by then and the rabid blondes were well they were just boring By starting off the story in the future and re Counting The Past Back To the past back to present that beginning needs to be really Conflict in Blood exciting andngaging to want you to get to the nd of the book to go through the middle to know how it all started and built up and to finally know what happens in the ndbeginning That beginning wasn t The Crucified Ones: Calling Forth the End-Time Remnant excitingnough for me to come back to she possibly has her baby alone in this cabin in the woods and Grace doesn t come back I don t know and I probably won t find out Would I recommend this book probably not Having said that I can see the possibilities and I can see that some could really Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age (Lemelson Center Studies in Invention and Innovation series) enjoy it it just wasn t for me. Novel is a mix of satire thriller and serious literary work Withchoes of Blindness and The Handmaid's Tale amplified by a biting satiric wit The Blondes is at once an Logic, Labels, And Flesh examination of the complex relationships between women and a merciless but giddilynjoyable portrait of what happens in a world where beauty is literally deadly. Here Dialogue: Relationships in Graphic Design enjoy one of the few pictures of me as a blonde thatxist and know that if i were a character in this book i would totally attack youthis is one of those books whose reality you just have to accept otherwise you are going to hate it and your brain is not going to be able to get over the that s not how science works lementsbecause to a biologist spec a geneticist this book is cuckoo bananas a plague descends on the world but it only affects blonde women and girls there is a brief high school bio class refresher xplanation about alleles and chromosomes and calico cats and why this could be a possibility fine but then it also affects women who have dyed their hair blonde women of any race with bleached or highlighted hair oookay now i am skeptical but THEN women who shave off their naturally blonde hair are less likely to get the plague which causes intense rage and biting attacks upon others as though the decoration of hair can change the genetic markers that produce that hair and to stave off the disease women shave their legs and their heads and their ladybits but what about the tiny hairs on the back of the neck and the Modeling and Analysis of Communicating Systems earlobes shaving the head is a good start but blonde hair is blonde hair whether it is flowing tresses or a tiny hair on the back of thelbow Inventing the Medium: Principles of Interaction Design as a Cultural Practice eating junk food with youryes closed doesn t fool your diabetesif you are the kind of reader who can t get past this in a book and The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth enjoy yourselves then you should stay away me i m just along for the ride and i have this adaptability that allows me to sorta compartmentalize the things that don t work for me as a reader andnjoy the restand the rest is grandour heroine is named hazel hayes and she is a natural redhead which puts her in the maybe category for getting the blonde fury or the california rabies or any number of names the disease adopts before it is ventually and blandly called SHV she is a canadian on academic leave in new york who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant after an affair with her married adviser the situation unfolds while she is in new york and because of the attacks and the panic communications are compromised and she nds up getting detained at the border and stuck in a uarantine center where armed guards monitor blondes and one lone redhead for signs of contagionwhen she is finally free to go she finds herself virtually alone the plague having ravaged In Deeper everything andveryone to whom she could turn the story is told through her narration to her growing fetus while she is holed up in a cabin in ontario with the wife of her former lover and she finally takes the time to reflect on her life s choices and regret her lack of perception and carelessness with the people in her life and faces her uncertain futurein a lot of ways it is a lightweight story it skims the surface of academia gender and media studies pop culture and advertising but it never commits Personlighetspsykiatri enough to being a true critical satire these glints remain glints onlywhere it is successful is in her individual story the complicated relationship with her mother that she only truly understands by dealing with her own single pregnancy and the shallowness of her personal connections and all the people she has left behinddespite how sad that all sounds this book is also very funny i mean mobs of blonde airline stewardesses running through the airport attacking TSA agents and passengers a blonde baby attacking a tourist in the fountain at washington suare parkyeah that s worth a giggle in all the darkness so a funny and sad story about women and their dealings withach other and image and hindsight and vanity and a sprinkling of academia that for once i wish went deeper LGMcome to my blog This book was advertised with far too much hype The next Margaret Atwood I wishThe biggest problem with The Blondes is the heroine She did not Audiology engage me in any way no that s actually not true she irritated me on numerous occasions What drives her through thevents is her desire to abort an unwanted pregnancy one wonders if she knew how babies are made in the first place She did not give any thought to a possibility of becoming pregnant when she started an affair with a married man She s not really attracted to him she doesn t particularly like him she does not njoy sex with him very much ither Why she seduced him in the first place is totally unclear I guess because he like the mountains in the uestion why people climb them was here She hates his wife who knows why because the other woman is supposed to The wife is actually much interesting Financial Modeling and Valuation: A Practical Guide to Investment Banking and Private Equity engaging and better written character than the unmemorable Hazel Another major irritant the really bizarre premise thatven fake blondes are affected by the rabies Not only it does not make any scientific by the blonde rabies Not only it does not make any scientific it does not contribute to the plot and story ither The heroine is supposed to work on her doctoral thesis in aesthetology a study of looking What women look like and what we think they look like in conjunction with the myth of a blonde in Western culture could be an interesting subject worth xploring but is not developed in any way Learning Unreal® Engine iOS Game Development except a few paragraphs here and there IMO a missed opportunity I gave the book two stars because Emily Schultz writes well and because I liked the idea not the fake blonde part though The book did not deliver but I m willing to try her next one The Blondes by Emily SchultzThis is a story about a virus which suddenly befalls women with blonde hair It doesn t matter if the hair is nat. The Blondes is a hilarious and whipsmart novel where anpidemic of a rabies like disease is carried only by blonde women all of whom must go to great lengths to conceal their blondness Hazel Hayes is a grad student living in New York City As the novel opens she learns she is pregnant from an affair with her married professor at. Urally blonde dyed highlighted or if the female is young or old The illness causes those afflicted to become violent with rage attacking veryone in their path The military is called in to control and uarantine those suspected with the Blonde Rage Although the plot is uite farfetched the atmosphere and feeling of panic and suspicion which builds in society is not all that unrealistic I could relate to the feeling of being afraid of something that you can t see concerned about becoming ill and not knowing much about a growing diseaseSeveral years ago when the SARS outbreak occurred in Toronto a similar sense of fear and suspicion permeated society I read about it daily in the newspaper heard about it on the news and working in a hospital was subjected to a rigorous screening procedure ach time I ntered the building I really appreciate how the author has captured that atmosphere in her storyThis is the first novel I have read by Emily Schultz I really njoyed it the best part being all the Canadian references which made the story erily believable Broken into three parts the narrative moves forward and backwards in time as the main character Hazel speaks to her pregnant belly relating the vents of what brought her to be where she is The world is in chaos as a strange pidemic has taken over women targeting blonde women in particular It causes a rabid like ffect where the victim s mind is The Governess Club: Bonnie effectively bleached and whatnsues are random attacks on innocent bystanders Sounds like an action packed novel but to be honest I really felt bored with the narrative as it meandered over useless details until the next The Go Girl Guide: Surviving the mating frenzy with savvy, soul and style exciting peak in action I didn t feel particularly connected to the main character and was often irritated by her rather non committal attitude towards life in general I didn t understand the attraction to her professorither the interactions suggest an apathetic liking yet she continues to be motionally affected when memories of him arise She s confused I m confused She lumbered along the story as of a witness than a participant and the only spunk came from the wife of the professor she slept with which brings me to the uestion of why there would be any relationship between these two women at all ven in light of their doomed Love Wins: Teen Edition existence Gave me nightmares of crazed lunatic women taking over the world which I think was sort of the point Injoyed this book I was a little hesitant to read it given it s reviews but I m glad I didHazel the main character isn t very likeable or sympathetic but at the The Go Girl Guide end of the day I cared what happened to her This story was mostly about her her life before and during thepidemic and her pregnancy The Blonde Fury was a minor part of the book I would have much rather had of that than Hazel I wish we had of an A Cezanne in the Hedge and Other Memories of Charleston and Bloomsbury explanation about the disease and anpilogue I might not have particularly liked Hazel but I still want to know what happened to her and the babyI also feel like this book was 100 pages longer than it needed to be like this book was 100 pages longer than it needed to be lot of unnecessary xplanations and

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Overall it was a good with an interesting take I ve always wondered why people who love you do that to you give you photographs where they look beautiful you not so much Emily Schultz The BlondesBeing a blonde I could not resist when I saw this book reviewed in a magazi The Blondes is one of those books that draws you in by the cover and the book blurb You dive in with high xpectations and soon find yourself a little disappointed and then you just want it to be over You start skimming a little while thinking of those other books on your To Be Read list that you ve been so pumped to read The Blondes was hard to Essentials of Clinical Geriatrics enjoy because I could not connect or like the main character Nowplease understand I don t HAVE to connect and agree with characters in a book but I cannot feel distaste and annoyance when I am supposed to liking herhim The premise is so far fetched and combined with being a little bored I just wouldn t recommend itThank You Netgalley and St Martin s press for the advanced copy inxchange for an honest review Emily Schultz s new novel sports a platinum B movie premise All the blonde women on Earth are suddenly at risk of contracting a rabies like disease that turns them into raving killersDon t laugh We ve suffered meteors the Rapture nuclear war and the zombie apocalypse The time seems right for a really bad hair dayBut of course the hapless characters in The Blondes don t know that The first time the fur flies New Yorkers are waiting for their subway when a businesswoman with Barbie hair comes lumbering along the platform and throws a schoolgirl onto the tracks Frantic bystanders try to help Then there was a light in the tunnel When that bloodied train pulls away you can tell by the roots It s a cheap die jobAnd yet what sounds like George Romero with a bottle of peroxide To rest the rest of this review go to The Washington Post httpwwwwashingtonpostcomenterta With a premise about a plague that affects blonde women you would think there would be plenty of Cult Sacrifice excitement Eh not so much I actually spent the majority of the book in a state of boredom Then somethingxciting would happen and ten pages later I was bored again When the book opens Hazel is already pregnant it appears that she is uite late in her pregnancy and she is alone in a cottage owned by the wife of her baby s father Grace The world is being ravaged by the plague and she is doing verything she can to remain isolated so she won An apocalyptically bad time random but deadly attacks on passers by all by blonde women are terrorizing New Yorkers Soon it becomes clear that the attacks are symptoms of a strange illness that is transforming blondes whether CEOs flight attendants students or accountants into rabid killers Emily Schultz's beautifully realized.

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