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Bird Box

Something is out there, something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse of it, and a person is driven to deadly violence. No one knows what it is or where it came from.Five years after it began, a handful of scattered survivors remains, including Malorie and her two young children. Living in an abandoned house near the river, she has dreamed of fleeing to a place whe...

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Bird Box Reviews

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

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    3.5 Stars


    For maybe the second time in the history of Goodreads, I'm changing my initial rating of a book and floating my review. I don't really give a shit if you don't like this book - I liked it enough for everyone. I liked it so much that I constantly think about it whenever I hear a creepy noise in the dark or think how terrifying it would be if I had to face potential superbadawfuls blin

  • Annet

    Wow, what a book! Seriously scary and creepy. You just have to keep reading to know how it ends. At least, I had to.... Who can think of such a story...

    Suspension and creepiness from start to end, intriguing story. What's going on? What happened leading up to this situation? Will she and kids survive? .... Wew.... one h*ll of a story.

    I say, this is also a seriously impressive case of woman power! Great, great, entertaining book.

    AB: Looking back at my books in 2015, upgraded this one to five s

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    2.5 stars.

    I would not last in the apocalyptic world set out in this book. My dad used to say I had nose problems because let's face it. I have to know what's going on. Walking around for 4 years with a blindfold on every time I went outside? Yeah, dead in less than 60 seconds.

    Not this kind of blindfolded either.

    This book doesn't give the reader many answers. I do know what the author was going for. The whole scary in the mind of the reader thing. The thing is I need some answers. I get all ants

  • Norma * Traveling Sister

    Sister Read Review by Norma & Brenda

    Update: I watched the Netflix adaptation of this book and absolutely loved it but I was definitely more scared and creeped out while reading the book though.


    Holy Shooty Balls this was one heck of a creepy book!


    5 creeped out Stars for Norma & 4 freaking out Stars for Brenda!

    So for the purpose of this Sister Read it gets a combined rating of 4.5 Stars!


    BIRD BOX by JOSH MALERMAN is a wonderfully creepy, scary, eerie, and downright terrifying tale that

  • Kevin Ansbro

    I’m ###typing% this with a scarf* over£ my eyEs, so pLease# forgive @any typos+

    Please, please don’t do what I did, my fellow bookaneers.

    Don’t watch the movie first.

    This is a big mistake and to be avoided at all costs.

    The story began pulse-like. Staccato sentences that suited the stop/start tempo of a life lived in fear. Malerman’s Morse code narrative drew me in from the start.

    In an apocalyptic alternative reality, an abstract thing inhabits our planet; a demonic indescribable entity that if ga

  • Jeffrey Keeten



    our minds have ceilings, Malorie...

    these things...

    they are beyond it…

    higher than it…

    out of reach…

    out of--


    Whatever you do DON’T OPEN YOUR EYES!!

    Malorie has just confirmed she is pregnant the very day that people begin killing themselves. News travels so fast now. Something can happen in Cairo. Someone can film it, load it to the internet, and within minutes of the event occurring someone in Des Moines is watching what happened. News, mostly tragic news, from around ...more

  • j e w e l s [Books Bejeweled]


    I'm not a huge fan of horror, so I always sort of pushed back on this book and never read it when it was published in 2014. This, despite the wonderful ratings it had received from some of my favorite reviewers on Goodreads.

    Then, it happened. I saw the labels “dystopian” and "post apocalyptic”. Now we're talking! Those are descriptions that speak my lingo. Some of my most beloved books are a mixture of both of those sub-genres: Station Eleven, Dark Matter, The Girl With All the Gifts.

  • karen

    this is an incredibly original horror/psychological suspense novel that reminds us that with all great horror, the unseen is so much more terrifying than the seen. this is why japanese horror movies are so effective. they don't rely on graphic special effects to build the suspense, and the way they manipulate shadows, sounds, and background space creates an unparalleled atmosphere that leaves a more lasting, haunting impression than "crazy chainsaw-toting psychopath" splatter films. which, don't ...more