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Pandemia (Genesis Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 159 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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From the Author

Hello dear reader!

First of all may I extend my sincerest gratitude to you for taking time out of your busy day to explore my story. 

Second, I'd like to invite you to come in and settle down for a thoroughly interesting adventure in the post-apocalyptic universe I have created for you. 

I hope you have as much fun here as I do.

Your guide,

Nick J Lancaster

About the Author

Nick Lancaster was born in England in 1972. He spent a thoroughly interesting thirty years in the English countryside until he emigrated to the United States to marry his American wife. America has not been the same since.

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  • File Size: 765 KB
  • Print Length: 159 pages
  • Publication Date: February 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BB1WC12
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,502 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Going into this book, I knew that it was the first in an episodic apocalyptic series. As such I expected the ending to be a cliffhanger with many unresolved issues left for the next episode. Yet that feeling of excitement and suspense has me on edge now, wondering (plotting) where I would take these characters.
I felt the characters were reasonably built up, the plot well established before this episode ended.
I look forward to the next installment.
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If you are a fan of survivor novels you know the disappointment when the hero prepares well , gets to a good sanctuary then acts like an idiot.
This is that idiot hero. Let's see -other humans are incredibly dangerous so let's leave the cabin in the deep isolated woods and drive into New York City.This is where you quit the book because the hero is too dumb to live but you know the author will never kill him off.
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I was just starting to enjoy this novel when it came to an abrupt end. The series approach to books is something I greatly enjoy, but taking a 400 page novel and pretending its four individual entries in a series is ridiculous.
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Being as respectful as I can, the writing is decent.But it's not a book. Doesn't even qualify as a novella. I see a disturbing trend in the writing, marketing, selling of ebooks; and that is the writers, be it by choice, or because of pressure by the powers that be have shorten there writings to chapters instead of telling the whole story. Even with the book's written as a series, each book stands on its own ie a beginning ,middle and an end or a good stopping point. With your talent, tell your story, the money will come,but not if you short-change the readers as it seem blatantly obvious here. Same, as I liked how the story line was unfolding
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This is awesome, much better than I thought it would be. Wish it was longer though. Need to have second one.
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I am a fan of post-apocalyptic fiction. This book is well researched and adequately paced. As part of a series I expected a cliff-hanger ending. The characters are well developed. The plot is a bit hidden and some decisions made by the characters are questionable but to be expected.

The problems I had with this book are the numerous typos and grammatical errors which I found to be glaringly distracting (seems to happen with a lot of Kindle books). Additionally, I am of the "old school" thinking when it comes to books. For me every book must come to a logical conclusion and must stand on its own merit. This includes books with cliff-hanger endings or ones that are part of a series. Unfortunately, this book just ends in the middle of a scene that I would not actually consider a cliff-hanger. It just ends. While I will certainly will get the next installment because I want to see how the story develops, the ending to the first episode left me unsatisfied.
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I was extremely disappointed in this book. I love the genre. I have found numerous authors whose books are priced less than $5 that are outstanding. I had avoided this one for several weeks on my "recommendations" list and now I know why.

First (spoiler) the virus might be from outer space, at least that's the impression I got from chapter one. Unfortunately this story line was not explained in the rest of this "book". In the ten chapters of the book I discovered an initial character that interested me, the doctor who first figured out what was wrong, who was killed off by chapter three even though he had survived the virus.

The hero of the book was frankly boring in my opinion. His attitude towards his wife was less than well developed. His actions with his father were also very confusing and disappointing. The end of the book was the ultimate cliffhanger. There had been no climax or action in the book to speak of and I finished the book in less than two hours.

Unfortunately there was nothing in this book - style, storyline, characters - that prompts me to either a) purchase a sequel and/or b) read anything else by this author. I gave it two stars because I did read the whole thing - hoping there was something that would happen.

I don't know who I would even recommend it to, I guess if you have an hour and a buck to kill this would be an option.
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The book was going really well... until he went shopping knowing the end of the world was coming. He bought 'a bit' more than a usual trip. Really?

But the book took the stupid twist when they established themselves in a remote cabin. All was good. They were getting along fine, no trouble, had food, shelter and weapons. So what do they do? They leave of course. An not just into town to scavenge. Oh no, they are going half-way across the country to find a sister...in Manhattan. With a known deadly virus out there, military checkpoints etc.

The book has so much potential, it just seemed the author got lazy on how he got them out of the cabin. With the interesting story, and excellent writing through most of the book the ending was very disappointing.
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