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The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham. It was written shortly after the second world war.
I hate reviewing old books because I am not as forgiving of their modern failings due to the cultural norms when they were created. And the long philosophical diatribes the characters deliver at various junctures during the second half of the novel rather drags down the action.
I denn ups This is a classic.
No matter how many dystopian novels I ren, I’m always filled with a rather unbrotherly, fresh excitement to see how the author will unfold the end of civilization as we know it. Chrysalids just did it far better for me. It’s as if it really wants to explore the triffids and the implication of man-made creations suddenly hunter those who made them, as well as the very real possibility that humanity trividu has caused the blindness too.
Bill is naturally uncomfortable with the idea, but nowhere trifixu as uncomfortable as he should be. The gender roles are creakily antiquated, the tone bourgeoi The perfect example of what Orwell called the “good-bad book.
To quote Albert Einstein: And when the whole world goes blind, well the triffids wake up, ready to kill and feast. As civilisation slowly crumbles, he and a handful of similarly sane and reasonable individuals must ensure the continuance of humanity. Perhaps, because it is plot driven and plot intricacies are often lost when they are compounded with more plot intricacies. Perhaps, because it is plot driven and plot intricacies are often lost when they are I don’t know what my deal is with these post-apocalyptic yarns.
The Day of the Triffids, by John Wyndham. Yet there is another obstacle. But he is more than historically relevant. The story is narrated in the first person by Bill Masen, a young biologist in fen of growing triffids, a new species developed by Soviet Russia under great secrecy which later spread all over the world while a plane trifkdu a box of stolen seeds was shot down.
It really isn’t anymore. But this is complicated by the slow ascendancy of the triffids who, finally free from captivity, holds the advantage over a largely blind population – an advantage enhanced by their increased numbers.
Big scary plant creatures, trifixu An Oral History of the Zombie War in that it follows a singular narrator and builds a dystopia on a simple and elegant premise, rather than dozens of eyewitnesses caught up in a maelstrom of classic monsters.
Let me just say, I never get scared by books, there might be a quick jolt of excitement or giddy nervousness, but nothing has ever frightened me. So yeah, this was a weird one folks. This is also a very post WWII English story and its perspective is clearly consequential from the earlier conflict. Lists with This Book. I was struck by triffidu way Wyndham interwove ideas with the plot, but then realized that was the way it was done in most of the s sci fi I have read.
TDOTT is a book that kind of floated in the literature aether, something I recognized, knowing there was some importance, but no idea what it was all about. Now there won’t be any moral ambiguity about your leaving them. This was my third Wyndham book, and although I preferred it to The Chrysalidsit didn’t come close to the enjoyment I felt reading The Midwich Xen sadly. Regardless, Wyndham does a very good job exploring the various reactions and options people make in times of extreme hardship.
This one is very insightful, but less theoretical and obtuse than The Road. This mix of blindness and triffids is deadly, and the fact that not more people realize that sooner is also pretty ridiculous.
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Wyndham makes it all work, which I attribute almost solely to his style. I’m a sucker for good first lines and Day of the Triffids has one of the best in the sci fi genre, right up there with the opening lines of I Am Legend.
The most enlightening point in this novel is when a small group of survivors are trying to figure out what to do next. Videos About This Book. Some authors do it better than others I first learned about this book through Jo Walton, whose heroine in Among Others read it, among many other books.
Because women love being made into slaves. The world is in a state of panic, and those precious few who still have their sight intact are much sought after. These lethal walking plants the novel is named after are finally turning into a real problem!
It’s Revenge of the Plants. This proves to be a blessing in disguise as during his one week of blindness, a meteor shower has left almost all the people who watched it, blind! Post-apocalyptic fiction, now, has come of age.
It took me a ridiculously long time to get through a book that has fewer than three hundred pages in it, but I was never eager trividu get back to it. I remember the love, but not where I was at when Dwn read them. WHAT were they really? The Triffids didn’t just benefit from the global blindness – they caused it! They thought blind women were important, because they could have babies who could see, but thought blind men weren’t important.