Have you ever wondered if all animals rebelled against humans? James Patterson already, and wrote about it in Zoo.
Zoo shows us a scenario where animals are slowly starting to get out of their normal behavior and attacking humans. Jackson Oz he is the only one to notice this change and tries to convince the world, but, as usual, he is branded as crazy. Oz gives up his career, college and pretty much all of his life to pursue what's going on with animals, before it's too late.
Zoo won me over on the first page, with a very natural and very bloody attack, after that, it was difficult to stop reading. The narrative of James Pattterson it is wonderful, using sarcasm at the right time, mainly to enhance the personality of Oz, without leaving aside a hint of suspense. The chapters are short and fluid, making reading very pleasant.
A razão por trás desses ataques é bem explicada, e bem interessante! Demora bastante pra descobrirmos essa razão, mas a espera compensa. O fato é que mesmo que não tivesse uma explicação viável, não iria me importar, pois só os acontecimentos já bastam para fazer a obra vale à pena.
The end is certainly the most brilliant part of Zoo, addresses some issues beyond the animal premise. I can't comment much to not let any spoiler, but I guarantee it is very good!
Zoo it is a reading that I certainly recommend.
Recalling that the book was adapted for a series of the same name, which has already been renewed for the second season.