This essay will discuss the novel The Day of the Triffids by
John Wyndham and an opinion on the novel.
The novel begins as Bill wakes up, Bill knows something
isn't right. Things are too quiet. The hectic bustling commuter noises of a normal Wednesday morning aren't working their way through his window. The nurses who attend to recently operated upon eyes have yet to show signs of themselves. In a panic by his blindness,
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the characters to somehow survive in their dangerous surroundings. Wyndham's narration is a stiff style that dates the novel, to its early Fifties origins, but only adds to the novel's charm. The Day of the Triffids is a novel that rises above its campy monster trappings to be one of the most exciting works
In conclusion I hope you see what a good novel this really is and its encouraged to read it for yourself.