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I highly recommend this to those who enjoy dystopian fiction.
I wasn't disappointed in the ending and actually thought it closed out very well, with the main character coming to terms with important issues in his life.
If you like a well written, well thought out storyline that is post apocalyptic, then you should like this story.
Moved too slowly. Rambled. Not that interesting. And ending was sort of "bla." Far more interesting read was by scott cramer, the toucan trilogy.Published 7 months ago by Cheryl Cotton
I thought this book was well written. I enjoyed the author's thoughts on considering post apocalypse. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Franks
Liked the back and forth chapters. Wished the book was longer as I wanted to know what else happened in the life young Eric to old Eric. Good read.Published 9 months ago by mark schuman
Very disappointed that I haven't come across more works by this author! I enjoyed this title so much! Far better than most post-apocalyptic novels.Published 10 months ago by TonyM
This is an excellent entry into the genre of dystopian fiction. Mr. Van Pelt has thought out all the reasonable implications and situations of what a world without a lot of people... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Maynard G. Krebs
Great writing and a very compelling storyline. I read this on a recent business trip, and had a lot of trouble putting it down. Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Warner
Wow! Easily on par with 'Earth Abides', 'The Old Man and The Wasteland' and 'Day of the Triffids', anticipate that this will become another classic of the genre. Read morePublished 20 months ago by schutzenschnurr
I enjoyed the narrative switching from when the narrator was a fifteen-year old to much later when he is seventy-five years old. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michael Emrick
it just read as very amateurish, like it was written for a creative writing workshop or something. cliche-ridden, no character development, nothing important to say. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Melissa L. Lawson