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Sechs Jahre, nachdem ein vom Regen verbreiteter Virus fast die gesamte Bevölkerung Skandinaviens ausgelöscht hat, verlassen zwei Geschwister ihren Bunker. Simone und Rasmus versuchen, mit Aufzeichnungen ihres Vaters einen sicheren Platz zu finden. The Rain ist eine dänische Fernsehserie des Video-on-Demand-Anbieters Netflix​. Sie ist die erste Netflix-Serie, die in Dänemark entwickelt, produziert und. The Rain. 2 StaffelnSerien. Sechs Jahre nachdem ein Virus den Großteil Skandinaviens ausgerottet hat, suchen zwei Geschwister mit einer Gruppe. Das dänische Netflix-Original "The Rain“ bekommt eine 3. Staffel! Hier erfahrt ihr alles über den Starttermin, die Darsteller und den Inhalt. Dieses Wiki handelt von der dänischen Web-Fernsehserie The Rain, die von Jannik Tai Mosholt, Esben Toft Jacobsen und Christian Potalivo produziert wurde​.

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Aug 22, Dystopian rated it it was ok Shelves: dystopian-post-apocalyptic , ya. I'm so sick of almost every single YA book is the first in a series.

So what it means is that you read a bunch of running around crap and then it cuts off abruptly. Oh, so I'll be honest here.

I totally judged the book by the cover on this one. But could you blame me? It just looks so cool.

Anyway, the concept for this book is actually really cool, and unique. The rain has turned deadly, and if it makes contact with your skin it devours your flesh.

It's just the execution that's bothering me. For one, Ruby m-f'n Morris has got to be one of the worst main characters ever.

She's your typical snotty 15 year old high school girl who's way too preoccupied with h Oh, so I'll be honest here.

She's your typical snotty 15 year old high school girl who's way too preoccupied with her looks and stuff. Half of the books she's whining about her phone, hey, guess what?

There's no service anyways because in case you haven't noticed, there's rain killing everyone! Holy crap SPOILER your whole family is dead and you just want to steal thousands and thousands of dollars worth of designer anything you can get your hands on.

She is that girl in your class that you either want to be, or punch as hard as you can in the face. Personally, I'll go for the latter.

Secondly, the pacing seems really weird to me, but maybe that's because she's always over-analyzing irrelevant stuff such as the popularity hierarchy of her school.

I really wanted to like this book. It sounded like a cool book, my boyfriend actually recommended it after reading the blurb on the back because he knows I love dystopians but I really wish I didn't waste my money and time on this.

I'm so angry about this book I can't even organize my thoughts to properly convey my feelings, so I apologize about the ramblings and probably multiple typos above.

I just want to stop thinking about this book Oct 04, Erikka rated it did not like it Shelves: suktmuchfinish.

I couldn't handle this book "H2O" or "The Rain" or whatever it's called. The writing was sloppy and messy and I quote: "The traffic was moving slower still--not a crawl, faster than that but slower than it should be.

The road was really busy. Off the top of my head: "I, the MC, am concerned about the turn of events because I am actually capable of expressing emotions.

I willed the creeping traffic to move faster, but to no avail. The main character was an absolutely horrid human being.

The focus of the MC was so far off what it should be that I spent the whole 50 pages I finished wanting to smack her. This is NOT what teens would be doing in this situation.

I work with teens--even the most shallow among them wouldn't focus more on boys and prettiness than people's faces being melted off by rain.

I'm offended for my students. I don't want them to read this. Apologies to netgalley for not being able to stomach this for a single page more.

Thank you for the arc! Opening Sentence: If this was a really good story, like the kind you read for fun, it would have such a great beginning.

The Review: Ruby is a teenager, living out her life like any teenager — concerned for her next party, her crush, angry at her parents.

Where will she get water? How will she survive the killer rain? Where is her family? Can she get back to them?

In general, I am not the kind of reviewer to rant. I like to present my opinions in a calm, presentable manner.

Mostly, I found the book enjoyable. The plotline seemed stable and unique, there was an interesting love interest, and it was paced well. But I hated the main character.

I hated her so, so much. Honestly, my emotions toward her the whole book were either humor at her stupidity or anger at her inability to be a good human being.

And her point of view was so immature. It was very hard for me to go into the book respecting the story when the main character was such a horrible girl.

I tried, I really did, but my feelings around the book began to crumble as she became more and more intolerable.

Ruby was to H2O as the iceberg was to the titanic. The first glimpses of her lack of a filter are shown with her stepfather.

Harsh much? In the book, she uses little butterflies to represent curses. Also, when she first meets Darius, a boy that is kind of nerdy but really helpful and kind, she is a jerk to him.

Actually, her jerkiness to Darius extends over a long period than when she first meets him. Poor Darius. This one is about her stupidity.

She seems to have the IQ of a snail. For example, they just found out that there is something in the rain, something fatal, and one drop can kill you.

Her boyfriend runs out into the rain to get his MP3 player. Of all things, an MP3 player. She kisses him! Then he begins to deteriorate in front of her, blood running down his face.

No, her cell phone is number one. She puts a bad face to teenage girls everywhere. When she could be rooting the stores for clean water, food, anything useful, she heads straight towards the makeup.

But at the same time, a good chunk of this book was her choosing whether to get plum lipstick or orange lipstick and taking both because she can.

Yeah, I might have gotten pretty riled up with the snarkiness but I have been waiting to rant this review since I started this book.

Mission complete! The last line was something about her cell phone. Notable Scene: I looked over my shoulder at the two of them, just standing there.

Jan 01, Lucy Powrie rated it it was amazing Shelves: own-books , physical-review-copies , debut , to-review , ukya , review-books , signed , apocalyptic , ukya One drop can, and will, kill you.

The Rain reads like a totally crazy but completely realistic inner monologue from a protagonist who is the embodiment of annoying, teenage girls everywhere.

I warmed up to Ruby instantly, seeing myself in her at many times during the novel. I know I would have reacted just as she did, and she had so much depth; it was hard not to love her and want to be her best friend.

There was something so familiar about the way the novel was written that instantly hooked me. Although not the easiest subject to read about, I wanted to read more and more and more.

The book is set in South West England and it was obvious that Bergin knew every single detail about the places she was writing about.

I loved spotting locations I knew about! Sep 22, Kirsti rated it did not like it. This book is awful. Seriously, great concept destroyed by completely idiotic main character, narrated by said main character.

Ruby is your stereotypical don't care teenage girl. By don't care I mean she cares about her looks, her phone and her reputation on the popularity chart, in that order.

She doesn't care about anyone else except for how they can make her life better, and take care of her after most of the world's population dies because our entire water supply is contaminated by a bacteriu This book is awful.

She doesn't care about anyone else except for how they can make her life better, and take care of her after most of the world's population dies because our entire water supply is contaminated by a bacterium that kills only humans.

What are the chances, eh? We destroy a meteor headed for Earth and inadvertently cause it to rain down upon us. The bacterium also breeds in water insanely fast, so all the water is contaminated in a few hours.

Anyway, back to what made this book so nauseating for me. Every one knows she's an idiot. When the deaths first start, her stepfather sits her down and tells her ten times that she must not drink or touch the water.

Because she needs to look after herself and live. What does she do as soon as the conversation ends? Goes to rinse her plate in the sink.

You seriously can't be that stupid! She's watched her neighbors clawing at their windows covered in blood. Her make out buddy from the beginning spent ten seconds in the rain and was practically dead in the back seat of the car ten minutes later.

OK, so she doesn't understand water from the sink is contaminated. If rain is bad, don't you reckon you might stick your head out the window occasionally and check the sky for clouds, plan when you're going to get food and rescue animals and phones?

Nope, she just rides off on her bike, thinking half way to her destination how silly she was for not checking. Well duh. Then she gives a big speech on how she shouldn't eat any vegetables or fruits that have been outside in case they are contaminated as well, and picks up a rock to suck on to relieve her thirst.

I give up. In later adventures of Ruby, she finally decides to go out and open the houses of her neighbors and set their pets free.

She does this so she can get them killed later or abandon them. She also releases the prisoners in the police station, something I assumed would have a point but didn't.

She tries fake tan, takes all the make up and designer clothing she wants, and promptly loses most of it.

She dyes her hair red and eats lots of chocolate. Basically she does what a five year old with no grasp of the situation would do, instead of a fifteen year old.

Finally there is the introduction of characters that aren't Ruby. There's a nerd from her class, but he's only worth a quick snog in a cupboard and not really a love interest because he thinks she's stupid.

Even the army thinks she's stupid, because they assess her skills and send her of with people in wheelchairs and the elderly because they're trying to only support members of the community with skills worth saving for the future.

Nice one, Ru, you have zero skills and don't deserve to live with the other survivors. That dumb that even at 15 everyone thinks you have no future.

I admit I got a twisted pleasure from this book. Ruby is that bad that I had to read on and hope she died. Unfortunately she didn't, and she learned no discernable skills, made no friends or allies, and went back to living in her same house after returning from London.

All the animals she helped are dead or gone. She has no supplies, no car but unfortunately seems to have picked up her story for a sequel.

I wonder how stupid she can get next time? May 25, Karleigh rated it liked it. This book was a good read. It had its mix on humour, post-apocalyptic horror, and tragic situations.

It was such an interesting idea for a post-apocalyptic story. The book really made you think about how much water affects our everyday lives.

I also ended up reading the second half on a very rainy day and I did catch myself being very cautious when I opened the back door and windows.

I enjoyed Ruby's humour, I did find her a bit immature as well but that is to be expected for a year-old girl.

I also really enjoyed that it took place in England. The worst part about the whole book is what happened to Whitby, I had to put the book down for a little bit.

I ended up reading that page three times. I own a golden retriever so it hit home. Anyway good post-apocalyptic book, give it a try!

Jul 07, Darren Hagan rated it really liked it. Not a bad book but nothing spectacular. I chose to start this book because I was really in the mood for something apocalyptic and I definitely got that, but from a very interesting premise comes a very just-okay book.

I'll start with the things I liked. The story itself was actually fairly good and the pacing was enough to keep me just the right level of interested.

I think the panic of the population was captured well and I could definitely imagine people acting in the ways they were acting with all the looting etc.

Trying to think of more to say I didn't particularly enjoy the main character. Granted I'm probably being a too harsh because she was only 15 but she was really quite irritating at times.

She started off kind of alright and seemed like she was going to grow and become a lot more mature but she really didn't. After all the dying or dead people she encountered because of the poisonous rain, the amounts of times she just went outside without even looking to check and see if the sky was cloudy was really quite ridiculous.

And some of the stuff she does is just silly but I won't really get into that for spoilers. I thought she would go on this journey of becoming a more tolerable character when she eventually teamed up with the school nerd but she just didn't.

Also, because it was told in an autobiographical way, I think I would have enjoyed it far more if I was a bit younger.

The ending was a bit meh for me too. While it was a quick read with an interesting and unique concept and a decent plot, I just couldn't get past my issues with the MC to give a higher rating.

I hope she changes more in The Storm. Shelves: hated , own. First, let's start off on a semi-good note and unfortunately there are only two good things that I can say about this book : 1.

The Plot I have never read a horror book before, and when I first purchased this book, I thought it would be more dystopian than horror, but oh well.

The idea was interesting, about not being able to go out in the rain, and it might have even been tolerabl 1. The idea was interesting, about not being able to go out in the rain, and it might have even been tolerable had it not been for the main character, Ruby.

The Writing Style. The writing style was good, it was honestly the only reason I got as far as I did.

There was just something about it that made it hard to put down. I skimmed the last couple of chapters, so I have a pretty good idea of what happens between the part that I stopped at and the end.

And not only that, she's a bitch. I mean, the girl packs up practically all of her belongings, several neighborhood dogs , and then gets in the car.

She did not bring any water or food. And that's when I lost it. I just couldn't deal with her stupidity anymore. I could go on and on about how much this book pissed me off, but I won't, because I have already written this review several times and it always ends up rambly so View all 3 comments.

Dec 09, Ömer rated it did not like it. Worst book in ! She is the most annoying character I've ever read! I DNRed this book because the main character is just so annoying.

She is such a brat and her inner dialogue makes me want to bash my head in a car door. That's why the second I heard about this series, I knew that I had to check it out.

I mean, it's a dystopian that's unlike any others! It features rain as the cause for the end of the world.

It's just so clever! H2O followed a young girl named Ruby, who lived with her mom, her step-dad, and their kid. One day while partying with friends, a storm comes.

However, this isn't your average storm. This storm has rain that comes down and literally makes you bleed, and ultimately kills you.

I know, how scary is that!? She ends up getting home and makes it into her house, though perhaps not everyone in her house will survive that much longer.

The rest of the story is about how Ruby tries surviving in this horrid new world. I have to say, this book completely freaked me out because the downfall of humanity and earth was caused by rain.

What makes it even scarier is that it was pouring and thundering outside as I read this! I was almost a little afraid to go outside, though I had to reassure myself that what I had read was all fictional.

I felt so bad for Ruby. Everyone she knew and loved in her neighborhood was dying off, leaving her completely alone to fend for herself.

I honestly don't know how I'd have thought to get water in this world. You can't use the faucet or the shower because it will have the poisoned water, and same goes for streams outside.

I loved how she and her step-dad went to the grocery store and took water from flower-pots. It's not something that I'd have thought of, that's for sure.

After finishing this book, I'm sure to start reading the sequel! Seriously it is so different from any other book I've read and even tho it didnt give alot of feels it still broke my heart i know i say that almost to every single book i read but hey!

Im such a sensitive and emotional reader okay? However, I believe it is absolutely understandable that I should feel somewhat sad about the idea of the story since it does talk about an apocalypse.

But the thing is, I was totally fine the whole book up until the l 4. But the thing is, I was totally fine the whole book up until the last 20 pages or so when it really started to hit me what a disastrous and miserable situation Ruby was in.

The thing is she's only freaking 15 year old!! She was forced to do alot of things and depend on herself when she should have had plenty of time to grow and have someone help her learn them but i guess a killer rain apocalypse situation would take this privilege from everyone.

Anyways im glad I won the sequel and that I can start with it immediately and I hope her dad comes back to her and take this bulk of a burden off her poor frail shoulders.

Stay strong Ruby Morris. Nov 08, Kira Simion rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf. This book was hard to find.

I had to google everything from the original name to the changed name to the author on here. What fresh hell is this? The writing? The characters?

Mainly freaking Ruby what's-her-face? I can't do this. I didn't read the amount of pages I was supposed to, but my friend asked me go give it a try.

H20 or The Rain if you're from Britain is a book that I've been really looking forward to reading for quite some time. We all need water to survive so the concept was equally terrifying and ingenious.

Now take that idea of tainted water and add in a pathogen of some sort that eats you from within and replicates in said water and you have yourself a pretty damn interesting story.

One of the things that I really enjoyed about H20 was how realistically portrayed the characters were.

Ruby acts exac H20 or The Rain if you're from Britain is a book that I've been really looking forward to reading for quite some time.

Ruby acts exactly as you'd expect a teenager to behave. Yes, she maybe isn't the most likable protagonist but then again a lot of that stems from her probably watching everyone she's cared about die in pretty horrifying ways.

I know a lot of people took issue with the character obsessing over her phone and also going on a looting spree but I think that's exactly the response I'd expect from a teenager in that situation.

Speaking of the characters, I also really enjoyed her companion Darius. He was so sweet and caring and tried so hard to be a good friend to Ruby even when she was rejecting him at every turn.

I really hope he's alright and that we see him again. Lastly I loved the dogs, my heart broke in pieces during one scene and I really, really, did I mention?

That scene guys, my heart hurt. Another thing that I found to be interesting was how the characters dealt with the sudden lack of water.

Some stuck with drinking the obvious soda, bottled water, juices etc One of the best things I saw took place when Ruby and her stepfather were looking for water in a grocery store.

By happy accident they realized the plants in the floral section sitting in buckets of water were left untouched.

I actually had never thought of that as a source myself but now that I've seen it I'll definitely be adding that into my survival knowledge memory bank.

Now although I really enjoyed H20 I did find fault with a few small things. First off, while I liked the character Princess, being mute did make it hard to connect with her character.

I understand she was traumatized and that's why she didn't speak but she could still have a personality despite that.

You just have to be a bit more creative with making it known. Secondly, I wish the ending wasn't so ambiguous. Lastly, I know it might seem like I'm nitpicking but Ruby's refusal to drink the baby formula bugged me.

When you don't know where your next drink is coming from you don't turn your nose up at a source untouched and safe. Plus it is filled with bonus calories so it's an extra win necessity wise.

Final Thoughts In the end, even though H20 might not have been a perfect read I can't deny that I enjoyed the book despite the stories few issues to the contrary.

The Author is if anything a talented writer and the fact she turned a concept like flesh eating rain into something non gimmicky is a credit to that.

I definitely will be reading the sequel should one be released and I would certainly recommend reading H20 if you haven't already.

All opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any which way for providing them. Jul 07, Hazel rated it it was ok Shelves: reviewed.

Thank you to NetGalley and Pan Macmillan for providing a proof copy to read and review. The world has already had to deal with worldwide pandemics spread by animals and birds such as swine flu and bird flu.

What if there was a fatal disease in the rain? How would humanity cope? This is what Virginia Bergin explores in her debut novel aptly titled The Rain.

If anyone were to come into contact with the rain, even a single drop, or contaminated water they would have an immediate reaction and be dead Thank you to NetGalley and Pan Macmillan for providing a proof copy to read and review.

If anyone were to come into contact with the rain, even a single drop, or contaminated water they would have an immediate reaction and be dead in less than three hours.

Fifteen-year-old Ruby Morris, who has so far managed to survive this disaster, narrates the story starting from the first day that the disease arrived in Britain.

Ruby describes the losses of her friends and immediate family, the surprising improvement with her relationship with her stepfather Simon.

She explains at length the things she had to face in order to survive, firstly with Simon and then with a particularly nerdy boy from school.

Despite hints from the title and the blurb, of course it is a long time before Ruby reveals what has actually happened.

She talks to the reader as if they are experiencing the same thing and therefore know what she is referring to.

Whilst this was probably an attempt to create suspense and to encourage the reader to keep reading it was slightly galling. What was really wanted was for Ruby to get to the point so that she and her audience would be on the same wavelength.

Even in the face of the potential end of the world, or at least mankind, she is constantly worrying about the way she looks and what she wears, and is thrilled that she can break into expensive shops and take whatever make-up or clothing she wishes.

However, one character who will not be returning for the third season is Lea Jessica Dinnage , who sacrificed herself to save Simone. The pair shelter in a bunker when a virus carried by rainfall wipes almost all humans in Scandinavia.

The siblings leave the shelter six years later hoping to find other survivors and searching for a safe place to live.

Season two finished in a dramatic fashion as Rasmus was captured by Apollon, a shady company that kicked off the rain apocalypse.

There are also a number of other cliffhangers to clear up in the final season, after it was revealed that Sarah Clara Rosager has the virus.

Season three will bring the loose ends to a close and whether the virus can be stopped once and for all.

When is The Rain season 3 released on Netflix? Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Rain season 2 Netflix confirmed that The Rain will be coming back for a third and final series on June 18, The announcement confirmed that the show will be expected for release in The series will return to Netflix on August 6 for its final outing.

Who is in the cast of The Rain season 3? The Rain season 3 Netflix: When will season three be out? Dark season 3 release date: Will there be another series of Dark?

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Alle Serien auf Serienjunkies. Produktions- unternehmen. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. KG, Kopernikusstr. Als Download verfügbar. Nun treffen sie auf eine andere Gruppe von Überlebenden und hyun wanner Mai veröffentlicht wurde. Deutscher Titel. Rasmus Andersen ist einer der Hauptcharaktere der Serie The Rain. Er wird von Lucas Lynggaard. The Rain: Der Tod kam mit dem Niederschlag: sechs Jahre, nachdem ein durch Regen verbreitetes Virus den Großteil der dänischen Bevölkerung getötet hat. Die Serie „The Rain“ stammt von Autor Jannik Tai Mosholt. Executive Producer der Serie sind Peter Bose, Jonas Allen, Jannik Tai Mosholt, Esben Toft Jacobsen​. Netflix hat in einem ersten Teaser den Starttermin der dritten und letzten Staffel von „The Rain“ bekannt gegeben. The Rain. The Rain Season 3, coming August 6. Only on Netflix. S3!s Profilbild. S3! ALBA Q&As Profilbild. ALBA Q&A. NATALIE Q&As Profilbild. NATALIE Q&A.

Season three will bring the loose ends to a close and whether the virus can be stopped once and for all. When is The Rain season 3 released on Netflix?

Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Rain season 2 Netflix confirmed that The Rain will be coming back for a third and final series on June 18, The announcement confirmed that the show will be expected for release in The series will return to Netflix on August 6 for its final outing.

Who is in the cast of The Rain season 3? The Rain season 3 Netflix: When will season three be out?

Dark season 3 release date: Will there be another series of Dark? Dark season 3 spoilers: Is Adam lying about his identity?

The Rain season 3 Netflix: What will happen next series? What is the plot of The Rain season 3? The Rain follows the story of two Danish siblings called Simone and Rasmus.

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