- File Size: 258 KB
- Print Length: 149 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 13, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007KBKLII
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,064,513 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Caretaker Kindle Edition
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The sub-genre of apocalyptic and post apocalyptic independent novelettes, novellas and novels is very popular at this time, move over shiny vampires and pouting werewolves.
To me, the best part about this sub-genre (and indie work in general) is its' 'inclusiveness'.
Much like the Star Trek/Star Wars fan fiction, writers of these kinds of books have allowed themselves to completely dive into the realm of the genre and envision what the survivors of these catastrophic events might need/do in order to survive.
It is with this in mind, that one should read/review 'Caretaker' and other works similar to it.
I give caretaker 4 stars. Which is in my thinking a 'slightly better then average' read.
I am not a member of the grammar police, so I have no qualms about occasional spelling/grammar issues that are often found in indie works. I will note them in my reviews based on their disruption to the story flow. This story has minor grammar issues, however they did not majorly impact the overall story flow.
The characters are unique, believable, likeable. While a longer work might have been able to flesh out the characters a bit more, I feel given the novellas brevity they were complete enough to understand there actions/motivations.
I was able to connect to the characters, feel their sorrows with them, and joy as they found each other, shared their stories, and began a new.Read more ›
No big surprises here, but a nice solid story. I recommend it to anyone that wants a quick, quiet read.
"It was almost five o'clock. There were a couple more hours of sunlight, but too many things could go wrong if he tried to work outside after it had gotten dark. So he drove home and would finish wiring up the generator the next day."
I mean, please! Here's a suggested rewrite:
"It was five o'clock with work remaining. Fearing the dark, he drove home determined to finish wiring the generator in the morning."
Suggest the author either (a) invest in a very solid editor or (b) enroll in some college writing classes.