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It all just gets to be a bit too much, and distracts from the book.
Guns are not electrical, and other primitive (relative to electronics) technology works perfectly fine in the Changed world, so why not guns?
The excessive amount of time spent dwelling on the wiccan nonsense with one of the two main characters is just silly and repetitive.
The idea of the Change is a good premise for a sci-fi story, and this book was an entertaining light read. But please, please save yourself and stop after this one. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jeff Reichard
One of my favorite books of all time in the post apocalyptic genre. Fantastic writer and great series of books.Published 9 days ago by Sage Hagan
I can't remember what person the story is written in! Guess I need to reread the series. :)
The whole series is absolutely amazing and I strongly suggest that you read... Read more
Dies the Fire was a nice diversion. It had a diverse cast of characters, and steady plot progression. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Jason C. Rees
This book is amazing! All the "what ifs, how could it work, and what would you do if..." we're brought to life in this story. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Kris Heineman
My reaction to "Dies the Fire" comes from the fact that I read Mr. Stirling's "Island in the Sea of Time" series first. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Buzz H.
In the first book of the lengthy Emberverse Series (also known as Novels of the Change), the Earth experiences a sudden, unknown cataclysm that disables electrical systems and... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Steve King