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Into the Jungle In this pulse pounding thriller from the author of the haunting, twisting thrill ride Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author The River at Night, a young woman leaves behind everything she knows to take on the Bolivian jungle, but her excursion abroad quickly turns into a fight for her life.Lily Bushwold thought she d found the antidote to endless foster care and group homes a teaching job in Cochabamba, Bolivia As soon as she could steal enough cash for the plane, she was on it.When the gig falls through and Lily stays in Bolivia, she finds bonding with other broke, rudderless girls at the local hostel isn t the life she wants either Tired of hustling and already world weary, crazy love finds her in the form she least expected Omar, a savvy, handsome local man who d abandoned his life as a hunter in Ayachero a remote jungle village to try his hand at city life.When Omar learns that a jaguar has killed his four year old nephew in Ayachero, he gives Lily a choice Stay alone in the unforgiving city, or travel to the last in a string of ever isolated river towns in the jungles of Bolivia Thirty foot anaconda Puppy sized spiders Vengeful shamans with unspeakable powers Love struck Lily is oblivious She follows Omar to this ruthless new world of lawless poachers, bullheaded missionaries, and desperate indigenous tribes driven to the brink of extinction To survive, Lily must navigate the jungle its wonders as well as its terrors using only her wits and resilience.Primal, gripping, and terrifying, Into the Jungle features Erica Ferencik s signature visceral, white knuckle Entertainment Weekly prose that will sink its fangs into you and not let go. Read Into the Jungle – webpolitics.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Into the Jungle
  • Erica Ferencik
  • 18 September 2017
  • 1501168924

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  1. says:

    3.5 stars rounded to 4Hold on to your little flame of self, because the world wants to blow it out, my beloved son This is one of those books that feels difficult to review, because it s heavy on plot progression and action, and those are all the things that I do not want to spoil for you As in her previous book, Erica Ferencik has brought forth a suspenseful endeavor into nature, one I would never want to take myself, but I feel brave enough to tackle vicariously through the characters in he 3.5 stars rounded to 4Hold on to your little flame of self, because the world wants to blow it out, my beloved son This is one of those books that feels difficult to review, because it s heavy on plot progression and action, and those are all the things that I do not want to spoil for you As in her previous book, Erica Ferencik has brought forth a suspenseful endeavor into nature, one I would never want to take myself, but I feel brave enough to tackle vicariously through the characters in her story The strongest aspect of her two novels to date, in my humble opinion, is how nature is a prominent character throughout the...


  2. says:

    Well I am happy to report that this is one book that really delivered It s not a thriller in the sense of a psychopath on the loose but I certainly found it thrilling and exciting to follow this young woman into the Bolivian jungle This was real, true adventure, with thrilling scenes between people and animals and this is the animals home and we are not welcome All that the indigenous women do every day are the things they need to do to survive, helping prepare the animals after they are kill Well I am happy to report that this is one book that really delivered It s not a thriller in the sense of a psychopath on the loose but I certainly found it thrilling and exciting to follow this young woman into the Bolivian jungle This was real, true adventure, with thrilling scenes between people and animals and this is the animals home and we are not welcome All that the indigenous women do every day are the things they need to do to survive, helping prepare the animals after they are killed, washing clothes, tending to many children and waiting for their hunter husbands to return I think I know a bitabout the jungle than I did before, enough to know that I won t be visiting it any time soon Reading the prologue I was already pulled into the book, unable to really fathom what the author had in store for me The scene where Lily was being constricted by a python was in part I couldn t take my e...


  3. says:

    Verdant, vibrant, pulsing with life and an infinite number of ways to die this is thejungle Merely brushing against a plant may kill you so one must always be hyper vigilant when within the depths of the jungle It is easy to become bewitched by the sounds and colors and to lose one s readiness for the imminent danger concealed within the beauty The indigenous Tantiga tribe has a word for this umahtar A late teenaged foster kid from Boston, through a series of immature decisions, wi Verdant, vibrant, pulsing with life and an infinite number of ways to die this is thejungle Merely brushing against a plant may kill you so one must always be hyper vigilant when within the depths of the jungle It is easy to become bewitched by the sounds and colors and to lose one s readiness for the imminent danger concealed within the beauty The indigenous Tantiga tribe has a word for this umahtar A late teenaged foster kid from Boston, through a series of immature decisions, winds up living in the Bolivian jungle This work of fiction tells the story of her life in the tropical rainforest complete with a prowling jaguar, a shaman, slithering anacondas, howler monkeys, poison dart frogs, f...


  4. says:

    Ah the things you learn from reading with Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik I learned that a trip into the Bolivian jungle will never be put on my bucket list I m not one that has a fear of snakes or spiders but when things are bigger than you are and quite hungry I think I ll go the other way.Lily Bushwold is an American teenager that has only known the life of bouncing from one foster home to the next Lily wants nothingthan to escape that kind of life having grown up living out of her Ah the things you learn from reading with Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik I learned that a trip into the Bolivian jungle will never be put on my bucket list I m not one that has a fear of snakes or spiders b...


  5. says:

    A unique tale where the chills are provided by the dangerous South American rainforest, the jungle where lives can easily be lost to nature.Growing up in South America, we would often spend holidays or vacations on the cold and beautiful Andes mountains or the pristine beaches of the Caribbean, a few driving hours would get you out of the...


  6. says:

    Decided to DNF at 38%..I just can t get into these characters at all I thought the setting would be interesting, but it isn t Really enjoyed this authors novel, The River at Night.I just can t force myself to read on..


  7. says:

    Jaguars Snakes Tarantulas INTO THE JUNGLE follows a resilient 19 year old Lily Bushwold from foster home to job opportunity in Cochabamba, Bolivia There she meets up with a kind, gentle man who turns out to be a badass native ian who leads her.and her heart on a dangerous journey to his homeland in the unforgiving Bolivian jungle. The four hour flight over on a bush plane is a roller coaster of a nightmare in itself, but nothing compared to what lurks in the jungle at night.and d Jaguars Snakes Tarantulas INTO THE JUNGLE follows a resilient 19 year old Lily Bushwold from foster home to job opportunity in Cochabamba, Bolivia There she meets up with a kind, gentle man who turns out to be a badass native ian who leads her.and her heart on a dangerous journey to his homeland in the unforgiving Bolivian jungle. The four hour flight o...


  8. says:

    Into the Jungle was such a fascinating book Who knew so many things went on in the Bolivianjungle This is a true story of someone who actually lived in the jungle and encountered all these animals, etc and the author did such a great job at describing everything, I felt like I was in the jungle with them Lily meets Omar and shortly after meeting him, she follows him to live in the jungle I thought is she crazy All the surprises that follow were a 30 foot anaconda, puppy sized spi Into the Jungle was such a fascinating book Who knew so many things went on in the Bolivianjungle This is a true story of someone who actually lived in the jungle and encountered all these animals, etc and the author did such a great job at describing everything, I felt like I was in the jungle with them Lily meets Omar and shortly after meeting him, she follows him to live in the jungle I thought is she crazy All the surprises that follow were a 30 foot anaconda, puppy sized spiders, huge jaguar...


  9. says:

    So, this is not the typical thriller you re used to where there s a killer on the rampage, or a person missing, etc This one is the journey of Lily who has no family and is just traveling along, doing enough to get by but almost perfectly content with it as she s known nothing different Then she meets Omar and in a very short time, he becomes her family so when he has to go to the Jungle to help his people, she gladly goes along She just didn t know what she was getting into But her So, this is not the typical thriller you re used to where there s a killer o...


  10. says:

    Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik is a thrilling, action packed novel set in the wild jungle of Bolivia Lily Bushwold is still a teenager when she decides to leave her foster home behind and travel to Bolivia to teach English After stealing the money to get her a plane ticket to Bolivia, she arrives and discovers that the teaching job has fallen through She finds herself working at a hostel but knows that this is not what she wants She soon encounters Omar, a former hunter who is trying to m Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik is a thrilling, action packed novel set in the wild jungle of Bolivia Lily Bushwold is still a teenager when she decides to leave her foster home behind and travel to Bolivia to teach English After stealing the money to get her a plane ticket to Bolivia, she arrives and discovers that the teaching job has fallen through She finds herself working at a hostel but knows that this is not what she wants She soon encounters Omar, a former hunter who is trying to make it in the city, and they quickly fall in love When Omar s nephew is killed by a jaguar in his home village of Ayachero, he asks Lily to go home with him Only thi...

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