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    The Different Kinds Of Monsters PDF ↠ The Different takes an unflinching look at some of the disturbing aspects of the human condition It has received numerous four out of four star reviews from Online Book Club reviewers but, due to graphic and controversial content, reader discretion is advised Excerpt The vein in his forehead settled, and he stared out the window for a long time before speaking again There are different kinds of men in this world, Dylan Some are nice all around Men like you Nice to everyone they meet, and God bless you for it Seems the Armitage temper skipped right over you What do you know about the kind of man I am He was off in his own world, and didn t seem to hear Other men are just plain mean any way you slice it Mean to their family, mean to everyone they meet You ve met a few like that That bastard in Montana I got into it with I remember Others are goody goody to the outside world but bring their ugly home Save it up for the wife, the kiddies, the dog Nobody believes that such a man could be a monster, but he is Fact is, he s the worst kind, because he s a monster in hiding, a damn hypocrite Ice water ran through my veins I shuddered, but he was still far away, swimming in old memories From Online Book Club review by Sci Fi Kingdom I absolutely loved this novel, and atout ofstars, I would highly recommend it for fans of science fiction that are not easily offended by bad language and graphic content With its fast pace and complex, intriguing themes, this refreshingly unique story constantly held my attention It was very well written, and I enjoyed the author s honesty and willingness to discuss controversial topics such as self mutilation and child molestation, not in an effort to shock the reader, but to show the harsh truth of reality From Online Book Club review by KWCbooks When was the last time that you finished a book and your heart was pounding in your chest and you had to remind yourself to breathe I don t remember when my last time was, but I know when it happened to me most recently it was when I came to the end of The Different Kinds Of Monsters To call this book a page turner is labeling it lightly From Online Book Club review by ANappingCat Where do I start with this book I had ambivalent feelings throughout the whole novel I thought that it will be an easy book with some blood and profanity for those oddtominutes before bed, where there is no point starting something, but there is still time for some reading I was so wrong and right at the same time The planned pages turned topages so quickly I did not even notice it."/>
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  • 323 pages
  • The Different Kinds Of Monsters
  • Seth Chambers
  • 12 July 2018

10 thoughts on “The Different Kinds Of Monsters

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    Adult contentI at first thought this a children s book, after reading it, I realized that it is not a children s book due to the inappropriate adult content, but is formature readers The Different Kinds of Monsters is presented beautifully, metaphorically and it is easy to read, it caught me right from the beginning and held my attention till the very last page, where it dropped me, as I tried twice to turn the page only to realize I was as at the end, there were nopages So it has Adult contentI at first thought this a children s book, after reading it, I realized that it is not a children s book due to the inappropriate adult content, but is formature readers The Different Kinds of Monsters is presented beautifully, metaphorically and it is easy to read, it caught me right from the beginning and held my attention till the very last page, where it dropped me, as I tried twice to turn the page only to realize I was as at the end, there were nopages So it has done everything a good novel should


  2. Adam Gower Adam Gower says:

    3.5


  3. NicCole NicCole says:

    Based on the title and the book cover design, you re led to believe that this book would actually be about monsters of some kind What you eventually learn, is that there are different kinds of monsters, which can be within the very people that walk amongst us In The Different Kinds of Monsters, author Seth Chambers uses the main character Dylan Armitage s father, Tom Armitage, to discuss the different types of men, which could be a metaphor for monsters We re introduced to two different ver Based on the title and the book cover design, you re led to believe that this book would actually be about monsters of some kind What you eventually learn, is that there are different kinds of monsters, which can be within the very people that walk amongst us In The Different Kinds of Monsters, author Seth Chambers uses the main character Dylan Armitage s father, Tom Armitage, to discuss the different types of men, which could be a metaphor for monsters We re introduced to two different versions of the book, one is following Dylan Armitage from the age of 6 years old into his adult life, while the other is from the views of a baby allosaurus growing into maturity Learning from both of their perspectives readers will have a better understanding why our main character and dinosaurs share a connection You ll have to read this book in order to find out why Emily, the friendly allosaurus skeleton Dylan met at 6 years old are close friends It s surprising how the author described that this fossilized dinosaur has been communicating to Dylan through song I enjoyed reading both current and past times all within one book, highly recommended


  4. Grady Grady says:

    She peered up at Mother, and an ancient part of her brain understood that she was destined to be like her Chicago author Seth Chambers has worked as an army medic, mental health counselor, farm hand, wilderness guide, bike messenger, and ESL teacher His work has appeared in F SF, Daily SF, Fantasy Scroll, and Perihelion SF, and The 2015 Year s Best Science Fiction And Fantasy Novellas He is the author of eighteen books WHAT ROUGH BEASTS, LITTLE BIRD, WE HAPPY FEW, BEAUTIFUL MACHINES, DETRO She peered up at Mother, and an ancient part of her brain understood that she was destined to be like her Chicago author Seth Chambers has worked as an army medic, mental health counselor, farm hand, wilderness guide, bike messenger, and ESL teacher His work has appeared in FSF, Daily SF, Fantasy Scroll, and Perihelion SF, and The 2015 Year s Best Science Fiction And Fantasy Novellas He is the author of eighteen books WHAT ROUGH BEASTS, LITTLE BIRD, WE HAPPY FEW, BEAUTIFUL MACHINES, DETROIT, RUSTY BOLTS, A LITTLE SLICE OF HELL, THE UNFOGIVING MINUTE, TOURIST SEASON, BLUE DEVILS, EDITORIAL LIFELINES, THIS RESTLESS NIGHT, HER RULE WOULD ALWAYS LAST, MORNING AND NIGHT, UNIVERSE IN A TEACUP, LITTLE EINSTEIN, YOU BETTER WATCH OUT, and now THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF MONSTERS His genre is cyberpunk, fantasy, hard science fiction, and in this vein he has already gained recognition and awards.Seth wastes no superfluous words he gets to his character development quick and surely and leaves ample room for character development and growth and secrets For example, his unveiling of story is as follows For the first moments of her awareness, she struggled through the thin shell of her prison During that brief time, she had no thoughts but freedom When she finally succeeded, endorphins washed over neuroreceptors, and she gave forth a mighty roar, although to other ears it might ve been a little squeak But the spirit was there She rested, tiny lungs fluttering like butterflies Hatching is strenuous work She needed to recover Dark as it was in her underground nest, she sensed movement nearby her nestlings, just starting their journeys to freedom In her wordless way, she felt a tingle of pride She was First And this is how she thought of herself First Second was almost out of her shell First rolled to her feet, not about to be overtaken by her sibling The soil against her feet was a new sensation, followed by a medley of smells rushing through her nose from her own body, her siblings, and Somewhere Beyond Driven by eons of instinct, her brain circuits scrambled to make sense of it all Now Second was free of her shell First sucked in her sibling s scent, and heard her panting, as she had panted shortly before First took her first step It was clumsy and awkward, but then again, she was mere minutes from the egg Her second step was marginally better With her third step, she felt the floor of the nest slope upward Again, her brain circuits raced Instinctively, the baby allosaurus knew there was much to learn in a very short time With her fourth step, she toppled forward, so that her foreclaws impacted the side of the nest Meanwhile, her burgeoning sense of smell told her that Third was now breaking free of his egg First clawed her way upward, ragged breaths drawing damp soil into her mouth, her feet bearing into loose dirt, her thighs burning with strain This went on for a long time In fact, at one point the majority of her young life had been spent in this climb to the top of the underground nest It wasn t until she was close to blacking out from exertion that her reward finally came a single, blinding sliver of light Until this moment, she had no concept of sight She screeched no mighty roar this time , and tumbled back down the side of her nest, gasping By the time Last finally emerged from his shell, First had already lived an eventful life Eloquent and magnetic, the passage invites the reader into this strange and beautiful story.The synopsis provides a guide map to what is ahead In the late Jurassic Period, an allosaurus lives, thrives, and rules A hundred and fifty million years later, in a bizarre twist of fate, Dylan Armitage s life becomes entwined with this ancient predator Over the years, this carnivore grows ever stronger, faster, and fiercer She is a monster and she is coming for Dylan and his family Dylan s father always said, There are different kinds of men in this world Turns out, there are also different kinds of monsters The question that haunts Dylan is, what kind of monster must he become to protect everyone he loves Many levels of significant philosophy are contained in this fantasy book Not only will fans of sci fi fantasy be satisfied, but also readers who are sensitive to those aspects that make a child into an adult will be also well served This is a fine little novel


  5. Winston Ehttp://Www.romance-manga.co.Com/Book/Show/33369450-The-E Winston Ehttp://Www.romance-manga.co.Com/Book/Show/33369450-The-E says:

    There are at least three stories in this book The different Kinds of Monsters One is of FIRST, an Allosaurus carnivore dinosaur living and growing in the Jurassic Age The other is about the Armitage family and their attachment to dinosaurs beginning with their great grandfather digging up bones which were shipped to museums It was said that family blood was shed on the bones There is a third story, the story of Emily, another Allosaurus, and the role she played in the internal and externa There are at least three stories in this book The different Kinds of Monsters One is of FIRST, an Allosaurus carnivore dinosaur living and growing in the Jurassic Age The other is about the Armitage family and their attachment to dinosaurs beginning with their great grandfather digging up bones which were shipped to museums It was said that family blood was shed on the bones There is a third story, the story of Emily, another Allosaurus, and the role she played in the internal and external relationships of the family.Then there is a deduction For me this came at the end of the primary stories, and is implicit in the name of the book The Different Kinds of Monsters , and in the content of the two stories, i.e there are animal monsters and there are human monsters You can, after reading the stories determine if both types behave differently is there redemption for one and not the other and why Or for that matter, as the author muses whether they see and recognize each other as monsters.The stories are well written Two life energies, animal and human are kept together by the story of the human ancestors harvesting dinosaur bones, and from that contact a predilection of the human family for dinosaurs, and the seeing and feeling of a dinosaur called Emily The human family is highly nomadic for a number of reasons, but Emily seems to be everywhere they go, even in low level museums I believe that Emily spurs the animal story told in third person about the birth, life, and death of First The author s clarity and warmth of writing makes you accompany First on her adventurous life being hungry with her, learning patience and safety from her mother, and becoming a leader of her own pack From this the lesson is that animals learn from example and experience So do human beings, but we also have cognitive means.The human story is somewhatcomplex At six, the main character, Dylan Armitage is captivated by an Allosaurus skeleton called Emily He becomes something of an expert concerning dinosaurs His family is somewhat nomadic, and everywhere they move to, they encounter Emily, even in lower order museums Dylan tells his daughter She follows her bones around, and she can become real I mean, really real Flesh and bones and blood and teeth I saw her up close, and I saw her kill somebody They believe that Emily is protecting them, and she does, but they know that at some time she will attack them They will have to destroy her even for the reason that the family will have less mobility andstability We admire the hardworking ethos of the Armitage family through to the present, and their escapades Through the line, family life was difficult, at times monsterish , but always underneath it lay the potential for love to express itself And it does, at times The main character, Dylan, believed in his father s mantra Blood calls to blood , and he would protect his daughter by being a monster Covered in his family blood, Dylan sets up to kill Emily First is resurrected for the purpose using blood calls to blood as his bait The author would have us think that she is blown away by Dylan s dynamite, and she goes back to her sleep, but he is silent on an issue Dylan s daughter always entertained in killing Emily, he would also have to kill himself Your guess I liked the story and its layout At first, I was fazed by the number of Chapters, but each Chapter was short enough to remember the main points, which made the seemingly long book easy to read As I write this, I have another interpretation of the family Emily connection Emily became a representation of the chaotic life and relations in the family, and she that had to be destroyed if the family was to settle down First s life was a cleaner, less convoluted reflection Which life would you choose to live I think the stories and their relationships are subject to many interpretations I invite you to find yours


  6. Heidi Heidi says:

    The Different Kinds of Monsters by Seth Chambers is a science fiction thriller set around the Jurassic period initially and then jumps to 150 million years later It captures the reader s attention from the beginning right till the end.This book is made up of three stories each connected but tell different stages of the tale The first depicts the birth of an Allosaurus, the second describes the Armitages connection to the Jurassic Period and their connection to Emily and the third tells Emily s The Different Kinds of Monsters by Seth Chambers is a science fiction thriller set around the Jurassic period initially and then jumps to 150 million years later It captures the reader s attention from the beginning right till the end.This book is made up of three stories each connected but tell different stages of the tale The first depicts the birth of an Allosaurus, the second describes the Armitages connection to the Jurassic Period and their connection to Emily and the third tells Emily s story In a bizarre twist of fate Dylan Armitages life becomes caught up with the Allosaurus As the years move on the carnivore grows stronger and fiercer In the end to save his family Dylan must destroy Emily, that he had grown up seeing visions of her wherever he went It becomes obvious that in order for Dylan and his family to settle down, Emily must be removed.An interesting read, the author is able to convey an authentic glimpse into the dinosaur period, together with the atmosphere through the third party narration It also conveys the lengths a man is capable of taking to protect his loved ones


  7. Rosemary Rosemary says:

    I m not exactly sure what I was expecting from this book, but it delivered a lotthan I thought it would At first there doesn t seem to be much reason to draw parallels between a young allosaurus life and the main character Dylan s life in the modern day But soon the author starts jumping back to Dylan s childhood, and time moves forward in all three narratives as the story slowly reveals itself It s very well done, and Seth Chambers takes his time letting the reader figure out what is I m not exactly sure what I was expecting from this book, but it delivered a lotthan I thought it would At first there doesn t seem to be much reason to draw parallels between a young allosaurus life and the main character Dylan s life in the modern day But soon the author starts jumping back to Dylan s childhood, and time moves forward in all three narratives as the story slowly reveals itself It s very well done, and Seth Chambers takes his time letting the reader figure out what is real and what is not, and what the different kinds of monsters are a lot Almost every single character in the book is a monster in some way, shape, or form It s unsettling, realistic, and a little depressing However, the real genre breaking comes in the last fourth of the book, where First s story and Dylan s story finally merge together In conclusion, if you like frighteningly realistic monsters, or oddly surreal monsters, this book delivers both It s a good read, but don t expect a happy ending


  8. Renee Spicuzza Renee Spicuzza says:

    The Different Kinds of Monsters is Seth Chambers novel that is completely beyond what I thought it was going to be I originally was getting Jurassic Park vibes and thought it was going to portray a similar storyline, but instead it took a much eerier turn that left me captivated There is a set up of separate stories, involving the Allosaurus, as well as the discovery of ancient bones, and the actual association of the monster with those that were human monsters A fine line is drawn for w The Different Kinds of Monsters is Seth Chambers novel that is completely beyond what I thought it was going to be I originally was getting Jurassic Park vibes and thought it was going to portray a similar storyline, but instead it took a much eerier turn that left me captivated There is a set up of separate stories, involving the Allosaurus, as well as the discovery of ancient bones, and the actual association of the monster with those that were human monsters A fine line is drawn for what being a monster truly means, as humanity fights its way to survive any way that it knows how At the same time, the question remains for how far is too far or far enough for surviving and protection Is it too much to try and protect, but go overboard, even though it is with good intentions When does enough become enough It is very well written and makes you question what you would do to survive if you were in the same situation, which I appreciate, as it keeps me engaged in the story


  9. Eryn Bradshaw Eryn Bradshaw says:

    I received an ebook copy of this book from OnlineBookClub in exchange for an honest review All opinions expressed are my own.The most important thing to note before reading this book is it is for mature audiences Characters in this book portray many different psychological issues and I wouldn t advise it to just anyone That being said, I felt Chambers wrote a thought provoking book with interesting characters, from the main character, Dylan, to the Allosaurus, First I wish some details about I received an ebook copy of this book from OnlineBookClub in exchange for an honest review All opinions expressed are my own.The most important thing to note before reading this book is it is for mature audiences Characters in this book portray many different psychological issues and I wouldn t advise it to just anyone That being said, I felt Chambers wrote a thought provoking book with interesting characters, from the main character, Dylan, to the Allosaurus, First I wish some details about the events in the book were fewer, for example, almost an entire chapter focused on Dylan s encounter with a pedophile I understand why the characters were portrayed in such a way through The question you re left wondering throughout the book and at the end is who are the real monsters Read my full review here


  10. Rachel Kester Rachel Kester says:

    This novel by Seth Chambers tells the story of Dylan Armitage, a young man living a normal life in today s world Eventually, Armitage ends up finding himself becoming interested in the life of an Allosaurus that lived back during the Jurassic Period and soon finds that the dinosaur is also interested in him, but for different reasons This Allosaurus is off to kill Armitage and his family and it s up to Dylan to help save them and prevent the Allosaurus from causing massive destruction.The Diff This novel by Seth Chambers tells the story of Dylan Armitage, a young man living a normal life in today s world Eventually, Armitage ends up finding himself becoming interested in the life of an Allosaurus that lived back during the Jurassic Period and soon finds that the dinosaur is also interested in him, but for different reasons This Allosaurus is off to kill Armitage and his family and it s up to Dylan to help save them and prevent the Allosaurus from causing massive destruction.The Different Kinds of Monsters is the perfect book for those who enjoy science fiction It s fast paced and something new is always happening It s filled with plenty of adventures which will easily intrigue you while reading it Even if you re someone who doesn t often read this genre, you should definitely check this book out The book is about 399 pages long so it s a little bit of a long read, but that shouldn t stop you from reading it


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