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- Print Length: 196 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 15, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077TJXGRN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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I liked that the hero was a regular Joe geek who isn't prepared for AR fire and rocket launchers. His companions are the snow plow guy and an agent who stumbled on them and is badly wounded. I really liked the book , but I would have liked a short epilogue to clarify the ending.
Jacob Alexander, a computer geek, caught his wife having sex with his brother and decided to put it all behind him. He took his savings and headed for the hills, building a small cabin where he became a hermit. He shared a small lake with four other cabins on the far side and agreed to watch over them for the owners during the winter months. When making one of his checks, he wasn't counting on finding two bodies in the farthest cabin. He didn't have an internet or cell phone coverage so there was no way to contact the police. It was his job now to protect the innocent and resolve this problem.
When they face off in the morning, the tension builds and keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the end. That is where I was quickly disappointed as the story abruptly ended. One reviewer mentioned that it was like a final chapter was missing and no follow-up on the characters. The author doesn't say that the story would be continued in another installment. Too much was left open ended.
The story is short and can be read in an afternoon. I was very close to rating this three stars...hopefully the author takes this information and does a rewrite.
A man who has chosen to live away from the general public, alone in a wilderness area where intruders are few and far between when suddenly his quiet peaceful existence is disturbed loun noises, loud people, and gunshots not too far from his cabin in the woods. And when he discovers who they are, his life is now in jeopardy too. He manages to find a strong enough signal to put a single call in to the authorities for help, but with a heavy snowstorm bearing down on them all, to expect help to reach him in time might just be impossible.
This is a stand-alone story, full of suspense and excitement, and very well written. I loved it!
I should not be surprised by his talents. I have read his "Insects" trilogy and could not put it down once I started. One of the very few serials that I have actually read and never regretted doing so.