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- Listening Length: 12 hours and 55 minutes
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- Publisher: Permuted Press
- Audible.com Release Date: March 9, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XGHCD8M
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Dark Titan Journey: Finally Home: Dark Titan, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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This one starts with Nathan and his band still on horseback heading for Utah. Its been quite a journey and the horses have proved to be worth their weight in gold.
Jasmine has been trying to get close to Nathan. A Nathan who's twice her age. A Nathan has ignored her other than as a friend and teammate. Jasmine isn't giving up though.
Jasmine also knows how tired Nathan is. She and the others do everything they can to take some of the load off Nathan and do their best to get him to take a day just to sleep. Nathan is in a hurry to get home though and only takes a night off every now and then. The others know that a tired Nathan is a Nathan who could make a mistake at the wrong time.
Ares and Athena have also proven to be worth their weight in gold. The two German Shepherds have proved invaluable in locating and warning of danger long before that danger can make an appearance. And of course Ares will rip the throat out of anyone who's a threat to Nathan.
Nathan is still teaching survival to his group of kids. All are eager to learn and do whatever they can to help around camp and on the road.
So begins another great read by Watson.
This one has Nathan, Jasmine, the baby Emma, John, Amanda, Casey, Tom, Natalie, UN and foreign troops in America, a US Army and American patriots fighting these troops and those doing the Presidents bidding, FEMA Camps, Homeland Security, a Homeland Security trying to take everyone's guns, a another stray, this one a five year old boy, that Nathan takes in, Mel, Greg and Stan farmers Nathan gives advice and information to, empty houses with doors kicked in, large dogs shot dead, people hanging from trees, whole towns gone, trucks full of people headed North to camps, fighting going on all over the country, a radio Amanda is listening to and transcribing from that tells Nathan what's going on in America, a biker gang that kills and rapes, two more horses added to Nathans string of horses, a rancher named Bart and his son who's on the radio giving the truth to those out there, an ambush where two of Nathans kids are shot, the men behind the ambush, dune buggies, the release of the horses and Nathan and his team using the dune buggies to finally make it home.
Five Stars and then some but I am pretty sick of Jasmine. She's a kid. A nineteen year old kid and I really don't see anything to like about her at all.
Watson’s third novel in the Dark Titan Journey series, Finally Home, takes Nathan and his group through some of the harsher areas of the country both geographically and politically. Evading capture or death has become their norm and keeps the group constantly stressed. As the title suggests they do make it to Nathan’s camp but not before facing some of the worst situations yet. Not everyone will come out unscathed.
Again, Watson brings out my emotions. I genuinely felt their terror. He had my heart in my throat and almost had me in tears.
I’m not sure what it is lately about books later in series. But, the proofreading is sorely lacking. There are way too many typos for this to have been published. And, while I truly loved this book and the entire series I cannot give it 5 stars because of the need of editing.
4 out of 5 stars.
Author describes a lot of tactical action and instruction in dealing with potential threats, and in moving in a threat environment,, which is a great plus. The con is that the protagonist seems to have a strong passive-aggressive personality. In the last pages, he acts totally out of character in dealing with assumed patriots, threatening them for no reason. An off-putter. There are also missing words, such as "the," and others, altho the narrative is well written and organized; mechanics are excellent.
Most books portray the attitude and outlook of the author. the personality of the protagonist is a tell-tale. But still the book is HIGHLY recommended for those who are preppers and survivalists and those who want to learn. .
Pretty simple review to be honest, but although I highlighted a few negative points I felt, I'm hoping that the star rating alone is enough to portray how much I actually enjoyed it overall. If it isn't 5 stars, it would at the very least be a 4.5 in my opinion. I'm really excited to see what comes next in this series (and also FFA, as I really enjoy that one and it has a similar setting.) Unfortunately I feel that I probably have a bit of a wait for the next one of either, so until then I will continue to diligently keep watch on social media and here for any updates :P