The Fury

The Fury By John Farris, The Fury Gillian Bellaver is from one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the world Robin Sandza s father Peter is one of the United States government s deadliest assassins Gillian and Robin are
  • Title: The Fury
  • Author: John Farris
  • ISBN: 9780312877316
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Fury By John Farris, Gillian Bellaver is from one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the world Robin Sandza s father, Peter, is one of the United States government s deadliest assassins.Gillian and Robin are from two different worlds Outside they have nothing in common Yet they are spiritual twins, possessors of a horrifying psychic energy that threatens humanity.While dangerouGillian Bellaver is from one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the world Robin Sandza s father, Peter, is one of the United States government s deadliest assassins.Gillian and Robin are from two different worlds Outside they have nothing in common Yet they are spiritual twins, possessors of a horrifying psychic energy that threatens humanity.While dangerous and fanatical men vie for the secrets of their awesome power, Peter Sandza, using all the ruthless skills of his trade, makes a final desperate effort to save them.But Peter himself is possessed by a fate as implacable and as deadly as the powers of the children he is committed to protect.
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    About "John Farris"

    1. John Farris

      American writer and screenwriter of both adaptations of his own books e.g The Fury , of the works of others such as Alfred Bester s The Demolished Man and original scripts In 1973 he wrote and directed the film Dear Dead Delilah He has had several plays produced off Broadway, and also paints and writes poetry At various times he has made his home in New York, Southern California and Puerto Rico he currently resides near Atlanta, Georgia Early in his career he also wrote under the name Steve Brackeen.

    969 thoughts on “The Fury”

    1. Made it through the first chapter then asked myself, why am I doing this There was no good answer so I quit Yep, just quit.


    2. After 1979 s classic tale of psychometric power and evil government departments, The Fury, it took John Farris 22 years to give us this sequel Since we last saw our heroine, Gillian Bellaver, she has had a daughter, married, and been murdered by the group that was unable to harness her powerGillian s daughter, Eden, is the new Avatar, the culmination of her mother s and father s powers But Eden has had to keep her powers hidden When she foresees a plane crashing at her college s graduation cerem [...]


    3. Hmm okay So, I m trying to gather my thoughts so that I can adequately, coherently, and fairly review this book A little background on how the book came to me first My sweety pie, Jeremiah, borrowed this book to me I didn t ask for a book to borrow, but one evening he had two books sitting on his coffee table for me that he apparently thought I d enjoy He and I have pretty different taste in books, though we have found some common denominators in books we ve read in the past He prefers spy novel [...]


    4. It has been to long since I read a John Farris novel, I am big enough fan that I have a dozen well worn paperbacks on my shelf with his name on them This novel is the long awaited sequel to his 70 s classic The Fury It was his biggest hit and Farris himself adapted the novel for Brian DePalma film that starred Amy Irving and Kirk Douglas.I read the first novel many moons ago and thought I would have no trouble jumping into the sequel as I have seen the movie many times First things first I forgo [...]


    5. Well, ya gotta read The Fury first to get the back story see my review , but this is a better book, from several perspectives First off, Eden Waring is an emerging Avatar who sees an impending plane crash at the site of her college graduation this plane contains a previous avatar, but the first couple chapters flesh that out , and she s a plucky gal who slowly figures out where she is in the scheme of things she has a connection to The Fury s Robin Sandza which also becomes clear as the book co [...]


    6. This is the sequel to The Fury, and after 25 years, it was strong enough to stand up by itself I m not usually into terrorist plot stories, but this one did away with the usual boring stuff and added a little psychic bionengineering, avatar projection and kept the story moving Eden is a very likable character, and thankfully she s not the only one Bertie, Tom, and even some who only make a small appearance In the midst of her innocence, we only wonder what she will be able to accomplish once she [...]


    7. It had been a while since I had read The Fury, so there was some initial confusion as to who was who However, over the course of the book I was able to piece it all together This is another one of those odd Farris books where the characters don t always react like real people I ve seem Patricia Cornwell do something similar Strangely enough, it does add to the surrealness of the story It ll be interesting to see what the next installment brings.


    8. The first sequel to The Fury, but mostly new charactersns of new characters I had trouble keeping track of them at first Good plot, but predictable ending.


    9. I couldn t get into it Then again, I really didn t care much for THE FURY in the first place I love John Farris s work, but this series just isn t doing it for me.


    10. Lot of fun and the last third really took off, things took an abrupt turn and went wild from there Very fun.




    11. Wow This book just about kicked my ass, and I m not sure I ve had of a love hate relationship with a novel in a long time.Okay, let s try and get organized hereThe badFirst and foremost, this is, at best, barely, feebly, tangentially a sequel to The Fury Yes, Farris namechecks Gillian and Robin, and even brings them in, however briefly But he could just as easily have changed some names, a little bit of backstory, and badda bing badda boom, a whole different book Felt like he did the tie in to [...]


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