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The Bar at the End of the World (The Watchers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Tom Abrahams is an Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award winning television journalist and member of International Thriller Writers. He is also a Kindle Unlimited All-Star, an Audible 5 Star Favorite, and author of more than two dozen novels. He writes in several genres including dystopian, sci-fi techno-thriller, post-apocalyptic, and political thrillers. His stories combine the realistic with the fantastic and have sold copies all over the world. The dramatic rights for his “A Dark World” trilogy are optioned for television and film. He’s married with two children and lives in Southeast Texas.
JONATHAN DAVIS is the founder and chairman of Independent Investor, a specialist financial publishing venture, and a well-known columnist and investment writer. A former business and financial journalist on The Times of London, The Economist, and The Independent, he is a regular columnist for the Financial Times, author of three other books on investment, and a director of three investment companies.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- File Size : 3093 KB
- Publication Date : March 24, 2020
- Print Length : 339 pages
- ASIN : B084D6WT1D
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Aethon Books (March 24, 2020)
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #49,120 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The Bar At The End of the World will be both familiar and different for those of you who are used to Abrahams’ other stories. Sure, it’s a post-apocalyptic world. But it’s completely different than his other stories. The main issue in this apocalypse is water… or the lack of it. There are two rival factions who control, distribute, and bootleg water to the people left. That is where most of the similarities go out the window (though I will say that once we meet Uriel she did remind me a bit of a darker version of another character from another story that Abrahams wrote).
So, here’s where I would talk about the part of the story that really shocked me, but I can’t without spoiling it. Let me say that it had one of those Fight Club-like reveals to it. Once you know that (spoiler alert for Fight Club) the narrator and Tyler Durden are the same person and you re-watch Fight Club it’s a completely different movie). Once I found out the big reveal that Abrahams wrote into The Bar At The End of the World I was like, well I probably should have seen it coming but I didn’t.
The story itself is one about redemption, love, loss, and a bunch of other issues that make us human. Just know if you liked Abrahams’ other books, you’ll enjoy this one. But if you’re looking for a post-apocalyptic tale that’s unlike anything I’ve ever read (and I’ve read a lot of PA books) then this one will really be for you.
Overall, I thought that Abrahams wrote a fantastic book that really provided me with tons of entertainment but also a fair amount of shock and awe. One that I won’t forget for some time. One that I can’t wait to see what else happens in this world.
Whimsical characters and a storyline premised on the Balance brought humor to the dire consequences of actions performed and perceived. I enjoyed the confusion and direction of the story. Altogether brilliant writing. This book kept me up a couple nights, and I loved it! I just preordered the next in this series, and picked up another work by this amazing author. I knew the author of the Travellers series would have more brilliant work, and I was not disappointed!
Great novel and I enjoyed the twist the author presented. The plot was intriguing and will continue to read more by this author.
Most highly recommended.
Now, your car is gassed up, there's a team of champions who volunteer to join your mission... and that's what's what happened to Zeke, our main character here. A man who was lost and alone, until he stumbled into the Bar!
Expect crazy curve balls being hurled at you, as it seems the the author pitches a pretty mean game...
I absodamnlutely loved this book! A plot driven storyline with plenty of world building, and characterization, but there's still room for fun, with a healthy dose of edge-of-your-seat action!
So sit back and let Jonathan Davis tell you a mighty fine yarn...
This is nothing like other works of apocalyptic fiction. The unique spin Tom Abrahams puts in keeps you reading until the end and wanting more. Will definitely be purchasing the next book when it comes out!
Top reviews from other countries
A renegade bootlegger.
A battle for the future of mankind.
An absolutely great first book in a series, I got Mad Max vibes from it but I don't mean it's like it; it's a completely unique post-apocalyptic story in it's own right and I highly recommend it.
I'm looking forward to the next book. 👌