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‭The strange birda Borne story

review ‭The strange birda Borne story

The Strange Bird from New York Times bestselling novelist Jeff VanderMeer is a digital original that expands and weaves deeply into the world of his “thorough marvel” of a novel Borne The Strange Bird is a new kind of creature built in a laboratory she is part bird part human part many other things But now the lab in which she was created is under siege and the scientists have turned on their animal creations Flying through tunnels dodging bullets and changing her colors and patterning to avoid capture the Strange Bird manages to escapeBut she cannot just soar in peace above If I were to compare it to Borne this novella is even touching Add to it a heartbreaking story and you've got yourself a winnerHowever I made the mistake to read it right after Borne who is still in my heart with no room left for another from this universe for now That's why I did not root for the Strange Bird as I know I would have had I read it any other timeLeaving aside this uirk of mine the story is exuisite beautiful writing compelling story despite being slowly built but after half unputdownable hearbreaking moments a surprising twist puzzle pieces which complete Borne novel and a fitted ending I am listening some music while writing this and Soniue' Sky captures perfectly the essence of this novella🎶 I wanna touch the sky I wanna fly so high🎶 MARTINIQUE. : Produits du terroir et recettes traditionnelles read it any other timeLeaving aside this uirk of mine the story is exuisite beautiful writing compelling story despite being slowly built but after half unputdownable hearbreaking moments a surprising twist puzzle pieces which complete Borne novel and a fitted ending I am listening some music while writing this and Soniue' Sky captures perfectly the essence of this novella🎶 I wanna touch the sky I wanna fly so high🎶

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The earth The sky itself is full of wildlife that rejects her as one of their own and also full of technology satellites and drones and other detritus of the human civilization below that has all but destroyed itself And the farther she flies the deeper she finds herself in the orbit of the Company a collapsed biotech firm that has populated the world with experiments both failed and successful that have outlived the corporation itself a pack of networked foxes a giant predatory bear But of the many creatures she encounters with whom she bears some kind of kinship it is the hum Cannot be read without having read Borne Can be read without reading Dead Astronauts There is usually a moment when I think 'Aha only three stars this time VanderMeer' Only to be proven wrong by an end that just brings it home Fab She sang for joy Not because she had not suffered or been reduced But because she was finally free and the world could not be saved but nor would it be destroyed MARTINIQUE. : Produits du terroir et recettes traditionnelles read without having

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Ans all of them now simply scrambling to survive who are the most insidious who still see her as simply something to possess to capture to trade to exploit Never to understand never to welcome homeWith The Strange Bird Jeff VanderMeer has done than add another layer a new chapter to his celebrated novel Borne He has created a whole new perspective on the world inhabited by Rachel and Wick the Magician Mord and Borne a view from above of course but also a view from deep inside the mind of a new kind of creature who will fight and suffer and live for the tenuous future of this wor Oh sure go ahead and rip out my heart Mr VanderMeer


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  1. says:

    The Strange Bird is a story that takes place in the Borne universe during the same timeline as the original novel but from the perspective of a different character called the Strange Bird Part human and part bird VanderMeer's world gets a different perspective as the Strange Bird escapes her laboratory prison and learns about the world outside its wallsI don't want to give too much away about this story because it would lessen its impact but I was definitely crying by the end I will say that the Strange Bird encounters all of the characters from the original novel and it's interesting to see that world from the perspective of a new character I was so invested in her explorations of the cruel new world outside The universe of Borne is not a kind one and I was seriously on the edge of my seat for the majority of the storyThis story is heartbreakingly beautiful If you enjoyed Borne and would like to revisit the world of Mord Rachel Wick and the Magician I highly recommend it It's a lustrous story from start to finish


  2. says:

    I'm not sure that I can adeuately put into words how I feel about this story or the Borne world as a whole The word enveloped came to mind when I was adding a progress update here The life and the consciousness of The Strange Bird enveloped me I was able to see directly into the strange soul of this life and the world abound I understand it but can not explain it Start with Borne Follow thru with this one Five stars Not sure why


  3. says:

    If I were to compare it to Borne this novella is even touching Add to it a heartbreaking story and you've got yourself a winnerHowever I made the mistake to read it right after Borne who is still in my heart with no room left for another from this universe for now That's why I did not root for the Strange Bird as I know I would have had I read it any other timeLeaving aside this uirk of mine the story is exuisite beautiful writing compelling story despite being slowly built but after half unputdownable hearbreaking moments a surprising twist puzzle pieces which complete Borne novel and a fitted ending I am listening some music while writing this and Soniue' Sky captures perfectly the essence of this novella🎶 I wanna touch the sky I wanna fly so high🎶


  4. says:

    What did she hope for? To find a purpose and for kindness which had not yet been shown to her Where did she wish to come to rest? A place she could call home a place that was safe A place where there might be others of her kindThe Strange Bird has lived in a lab all her life enduring experiments that may have invaded her manufactured body but not her spirit Her resilience was due in part to a special bit of DNA in her uniue make up and from something extra and very purposeful added to her by her creator She lives in a post apocalyptic world in which technology and its misuse was humankind’s downfall and when people tried to correct the problem by backpedaling they only made things worse So when The Strange Bird is finally freed from the lab under tragic circumstances she finds herself thrown out of the frying pan and into the fire in a world seemingly without rules or reason She has never even glimpsed the sun before now and is certain it will burn her as it rises on her first day of freedom But she soon discovers it is totally harmless unlike most of the surviving humans and creatures she encounters as she searches for that elusive place called home This story is a novella and a companion piece to last year’s excellent book Borne It takes place in the same world and covers the same time period but with that world seen through very different avian eyes You could read this as a stand alone since the author seamlessly integrated his previous story and much world building into it to bring any new reader up to speed But I’d recommend reading Borne first to get out of this sad book That was the overwhelming feeling I came away with after reading this story of endurance and perseverance even though it had moments of grace I’m not sure if this additional story was necessary and it was often gruesome But the descriptive writing detailing that ugly world was often beautiful and so was the spirit of The Strange Bird


  5. says:

    Cannot be read without having read Borne Can be read without reading Dead Astronauts There is usually a moment when I think 'Aha only three stars this time VanderMeer' Only to be proven wrong by an end that just brings it home Fab She sang for joy Not because she had not suffered or been reduced But because she was finally free and the world could not be saved but nor would it be destroyed


  6. says:

    The Strange Bird is a laboratory made creature comprised of avian human and other generically enhanced bio form As a concept the character is flawless; inventive emotionally complex and loaded with geeked out gadgetry As the centerpiece to a plot driven by poetic like prose and nonsensical threads it's a let downSet in the same world as the post apocalyptic Borne the novella would struggle to resonate with readers not familiar with its predecessor even though the events span a timeline consisting of prepresentand post Borne the novella reads better with having read Borne as a prereuisiteWhilst I enjoyed a number aspects to The Strange Bird I never really felt connected to the story and found myself wanting it to end so I could go on to the next read The seamless linkage with Borne in the later stages was a highlight as was the emotional roller coaster of reading the Strange Bird's trials throughout the somewhat clouded plotMy rating 25 stars Pick this up if you're a die hard Borne fan; there's something here to like If not give it a miss


  7. says:

    WowI am blown away by how beautiful and atmospheric this was I truly felt the despair and it makes you venture into the madness with this bird seriously had left me feeling anxious multiple times throughout the bookThis is a little side story to Jeff VanderMeer's story Borne We follow The Strange Bird in this novella; however past characters like The Magician and Wick show up as well I will say I truly despise the Magician even than before and absolutely love Wick When you read this you will understand fullyWhile I personally didn't love Borne I adored this novella I liked how VanderMeer concentrated on one main character in this story not like in Borne that had several main characters and I just really didn't connect with any one in particular Overall I would recommend this to everyoneI received a copy of this book through NetGalley for an honest opinion My thanks to Jeff VanderMeer and Farrar Straus and Giroux for the opportunity to read and review this book


  8. says:

    Oh sure go ahead and rip out my heart Mr VanderMeer


  9. says:

    Five stars because What A Trip She spoke to the Strange Bird and not knowing that the Strange Bird betrayed her now just by livingShocking sickening terrible haunting beautiful sad—ephemeralNot exactly what one might typically look for in a book but at the same time utterly enchanting AND under 100 pages of tight prose The follow up to Borne this one was the perfect 15 segue before the much anticipated Dead Astronauts Yet what did it matter For what are bodies? Where do they end and where do they begin? And why must they be constant? Why must they be strong? So much was leaving her but of the winnowing the Strange Bird sang for joy She sang for joy Not because she was finally free and the world could not be saved but nor would it be destroyedYes I teared up at the end


  10. says:

    This was okay It was an interesting new perspective in the world of Borne It is very short and can be read in about 2 hours The Strange Bird is a piece of biotech escaped from the lab of the Company I would not recommend reading it prior to reading Borne as it would not make much senseI did enjoy seeing some of the old characters again although there was no Borne who was my favorite character from the original bookI did guess very early on what the Strange Bird's purpose was but I didn't guess how we would arrive at that conclusionContent warnings view spoilerAnimal torture Moderately graphic hide spoiler