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Canyon: A Post Apocalyptic/Dystopian Adventure (The Traveler Book 2) Kindle Edition
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As in Home .. and now with Canyon, I love how the author takes his main character and breaks up his life into different segments.. and brings them all together to make a story complete. Well done Mr. Abrahams !
Canyon is a well written book, with some adult language, humor, and some violence.. I also suggest to grab your copy of Home and Canyon and read them in order. They are both, very good books !!
In this second book, 'Canyon', answers begin to emerge as Battle continues his own mission to help a runaway, Lola rescue her young son from the Cartel; the self-appointed rulers of the area.
The initial chapters vary between the current events with Battle and the Cartel, and time spent in Syria; before the Scourge event and before his wife and son. The intensity of what he faced in the Army (in Syria) is so powerful and vital to understand how and why Battle is the man he is today. His true self is revealed in such a simple and yet, intricate way with the actions that occurred so very long ago.
While I won't delve into details and risk spoiling any part of the book, it is truly an amazing story. Mr. Abrahams' writing is exceptional, not only in the details of every moment; entwining all of the reader's senses, but also in his descriptions and mannerisms of each character's ideas of morality and humanity, or lack there of. The story flows consistently and although it traverses from Battle's past (in Syria) to present day (in Texas), the movement and evolution of the characters is not compromised. This is a book worth reading and overall, a series to invest with your time. Highly recommended and well done!
Next on my reading list, WALL (Book 3) promises to be an explosive conclusion to one of the most exciting post-apocalyptic/dystopian series on the market.