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After the Republic (Volume 1) Paperback – May 10, 2015
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About the Author
Frank L. Williams grew up in Northwest, a rural farming community in Brunswick County, twenty minutes from the historic Port City of Wilmington in southeastern North Carolina. A prolific reader at an early age, he read many of the books in The Hardy Boys mystery series before completing third grade. Frank’s family has a love of America and a history of civic leadership that spans generations. He has followed in that tradition, having been actively involved in the political process for more than two decades. After graduating from North Brunswick High School in 1988, Frank earned a degree from North Carolina State University’s Department of Communication in 1993. In August of 2001 he formed Pioneer Strategies, a public relations and strategic communication agency he still owns and operates. In his free time he enjoys writing, reading, action movies, politics, fishing, the beach and rooting for the N.C. State Wolfpack. Frank lives in Leland, N.C. with his wife, Lori. For more information, please visit www.FrankWilliamsBooks.com.
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First there is Kane. There is nothing to his character other than his ability to shoot his rifle and climb very well. He never speaks other than to say "Yes Sir" and then disappear to do what he was told. Is he mentally disabled? He seems to have absolutely NO ability to do anything other than what he is told. Then he breaks down multiple times after Bob dies and we are not told why. We are not informed as to why they are so close either. Are they a couple?
Second is Bob. Tough as leather ex-military. Every good after the fall story needs one, standard fare. But once again we have a shallow character. He died in a weird way. Keep in mind that Bob was this expert in military tactics. He was in a battle, he got to his friend Joshua to save him, now here is the weird part. This expert then proceeds to IGNORE his surroundings and cut Joshua loose. Knowing there could possibly MORE terrorists he doesn't check out the area. He actually turns his back to the church where he KNOWS there were some terrorists ant more could possibly still be inside. He sure isn't the expert we were led to believe.
There are other things, most of them minor. The thing that would make his writing better would be to flesh out his characters more. They are all basically shells with a thin veneer covering them. This is a good try at writing by an amateur writer. He obviously does not earn his living as a writer.
Probably the only book of this type (fiction, not counting fake news) I've read in 5 years and looking forward to the next edition.