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  • Force of Nature
  • Jane Harper
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  • 05 April 2017
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10 thoughts on “Force of Nature

  1. says:

    But now as he stood in front of that forlorn cabin he could almost hear an insistent whisper in his own mind Get away Run 4 12 stars Oh I liked this book a lot I ended up enjoying it even than Harper's The Dry because though both were compelling this one felt less formulaic And way creepyHarper is fantastic at creating a strong sense of place and an atmosphere that creeps under your skin The settings in her two novels are very different bu

  2. says:

    45 STARS Later the four remaining women could fully agree on only two things One No one saw the bushland swallow up Alice Russell And two Alice had a mean streak so sharp it could cut youIt's no secret that I adored Jane Harper's 2017 US debut  The Dry but that didn't ensure I would love her sopho novel and follow up in the Aaron Falk series  Force Of Nature So many times I've read a solid entry from a debut author only to be let down by

  3. says:

    Jane Harper shifts her setting from the devastating drought in The Dry to the eually hostile atmospheric environment of the Giralong Ranges tough to negotiate with its menacing history of Martin Kovac a serial killer that still haunts the area vivid in peoples memories and nightmares Five women are on a corporate team buil

  4. says:

    Force of Nature by Jane Harper is a 2018 Flatiron Books publication A solid gripping edgy thriller When five women go on a team building expedition out in the unforgiving and dangerous Australian Giralang Ranges which was also once upon a time the stomping grounds of a serial killer whose son may be following in his father’s footsteps things immediately go awry Among the group is whistleblower Alice Russell who is attempting t

  5. says:

    I loved her thriller The Dry for a first novel it was fantastic Actually would have been fantastic even if it wasn't her fi

  6. says:

    I love the subtle elegance of Harper's writing Force of Nature didn't have the magic of The Dry at least for my reading experience and

  7. says:

    “If we didn’t pass her and she didn’t make it back before us what happened” I love Jane Harper This is my second boo

  8. says:

    45 starsFive women go on a hike Only four returnAnother great one by Jane Harper Five people go on a corporate retreat they are going to hike and camp in the wilderness They are to leave their cell phones behind and rely on themselves and each other This is going to be team work at its best Except It's NOT The women argue uibble and are not very pleasant to each other When they fail to return on time to the agr

  9. says:

    Jane Harper’s first novel “The Dry” was one of the best debuts I’ve read in a long time And her new novel “Force

  10. says:

    I've returned back under for this one But instead being in the outback we are now in the wilderness of Australia for the seuel to The Dry Our favourite agent Falk who has recovered from his harrowing ordeal in Th

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Force of Nature

Esilience and team building At least that is what the corporate retreat website advertisesFederal Police Agent Aaron Falk has a particularly keen interest in the whereabouts of the missing bushwalker Alice Russell is the whistleblower in his latest case in I love the subtle elegance of Harper s writing Force of Nature didn t have the magic of The Dry at least for my reading experience and I wish there had been of Aaron Falk However this is still a worthy read Five women take part in a corporate retreat in the Gralong Ranges They are supposed to spend three days navigating a trail camping and teambuilding However only four of them return How is this connected to Aaron Falk The one woman who doesn t make it back Alice was Falk s informant on a money laundering case He and his partner Carmen investigate her disappearanceSimilar to The Dry the environment takes on a role of a character this time around it s the unforgiving brutal Giralong ranges which tests the survival skills of those who embark on its trails Harper s writing is the most compelling aspect of Force of Nature Falk s character is developed than he was in The Dry but I wanted of him His struggle to understand his relationship with his father felt very real His loneliness emanates off the page I am interested to see how his relationship with Carmen plays out Force of Nature starts off a little slow but the pace uickly picks up I found the plot to be interesting if a little unrealistic I had extremely high expectations for this book and it did not disappoint I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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Five women reluctantly pick up their backpacks and start walking along the muddy track Only four come out the other sideThe hike through the rugged Giralang Ranges is meant to take the office colleagues out of their air conditioned comfort zone and teach r 45 STARS Later the four remaining women could fully agree on only two things One No one saw the bushland swallow up Alice Russell And two Alice had a mean streak so sharp it could cut youIt s no secret that I adored Jane Harper s 2017 US debut The Dry but that didn t ensure I would love her sopho novel and follow up in the Aaron Falk series Force Of Nature So many times I ve read a solid entry from a debut author only to be let down by their subseuent stories and eventual realization that maybe they were just a one hit wonder Not here though Harper has proven she deserves to write alongside the big dogs and has cultivated uite an international following which isn t an easy feat for someone relatively new to the scene Even though this book has a completely different feel than the first I think it works well and is a worthy follow up to The DryThe greatest difference in Harper s two novels is the style format and flow of the plot In our first novel there was of a traditional police procedural investigation In The Dry we had a gruesome domestic drama with classic murder mystery while sprinkling in some backstory for our main character Falk We get a straightforward introduction with a typical back and forth of his childhood experiences and what brought him to where he is now In Force Of Nature things are switched up a big and while it is still a procedural it s not as rigid in it s investigation and our team has to improvise and think of new ways to solve a mystery with no evidence and no body There was definitely a higher level of suspense throughout a taut tension that is only enhanced by the back and forth narrative of the ladies hike and present day investigationThere was a lot going on in this book and I think that is attributed to a different style of characterization between novels one and two Novel one was all about the slow burn murder mystery and we are introduced to various characters in the investigation and get to know them in a classic Agatha Christie style if you will Novel two is still a slow burn but I felt the growing suspense made the pages fly by much faster this go around There are multiple side plots interjected here some are red herrings and others are vital to the story but the characterization is much of a mixed bag of goods chapter POVs are constantly being switched around and just as we get a grip on one person we find ourselves following a new one This worked REALLY well for me and felt it kept the shorter chapters moving uickly while keeping my brain whirringHarper took a risk by cultivating such an unlikable character in Alice but I think it was beautifully done and added an extra layer of emotional tension that the story wouldn t have had otherwise We get little pieces of who she is from all the characters except Alice herself and I felt this was one of the strongest aspects the story had to offer I love a tale where each character is tied to the others in various ways that do not become apparent until the conclusion and that s exactly what the author delivers with Force Of Nature The underlying theme of how our humanity and moral beliefs tend to take a backseat when we feel threatened and in danger was so incredible the subtle tinge of pack mentality is present initially and then grows as the peril increases and ramps up the heart rate in a way few books are able to present in my reading these daysThe final chapter gave me a bit of hope that we may be revisiting Aaron s hometown to not only check in on some remaining characters from The Dry but also to gain insight into his personal life and his tumultuous relationship with his father that he is still processing I really enjoyed this angle of the story and felt Falk s emotional walls starting to come down was a huge step in connecting the reader with his character further If you re looking for a top notch procedural full of suspense and uality writing look no further You ll want to start with The Dry if you re new to the series as these books are not really meant to be read as stand alone novels but trust me it s worth your time Highly recommended and obviously I m beyond excited for the next installmentMany thanks to Lisa Jordan for sending me a copy all the way from Australia You officially wear the crown of best Goodreads friend 3

Summary Force of Nature

Just a matter of days she was to provide the documents that will bring down the company she works forFalk discovers that far from the hike encouraging teamwork the women tell a tale of suspicion violence and disintegrating trust But does it include murder If we didn t pass her and she didn t make it back before us what happened I love Jane Harper This is my second book of hers I ve read first was The Dry and this was just as gripping Five women walk into the Australian bush for a team building exercise with their office But only 4 of them make it out Alice is the character that is missing not a spoiler we find this out in like the first chapter and uite frankly I could not stand her I gave 0 fucks about what happened to her The chapters switch between the present where the police and search teams hunt desperately for Alice and flashbacks to when the women were in the outback and what caused everything to go so horribly wrong You get paranoid out there though your mind starts to play tricks The characters are all flawed and believable I enjoyed their different personality clashes and the way they behaved in life threatening circumstances Overall I enjoyed all the twists and turns in the plot You don t find out what happened until the very end and it keeps you hooked Will definitely be ordering The Lost Man next I don t know Maybe we can t help how we are Maybe we are born a certain way and there s nothing you can do about it

About the Author: Jane Harper

Jane Harper is the international bestselling author of The Dry Force of Nature and The Lost Man Jane is a New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller and has won numerous top awards including the Australian Book Industry Awards Book of the Year the Australian Indie Awards Book of the Year the CWA Gold Dagger Award for Best Crime Novel and the British Book Awards Crime and Thriller Book of the