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- Print Length: 93 pages
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- Publication Date: August 19, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B074Z11KTP
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Dusty's Diary 2: One Frustrated Man's Apocalypse Story Kindle Edition
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The main problem is loneliness. Dusty is not getting any younger, and he needs company.
So Dusty looks around. Fruitfully.
This is a great story. It grabbed me and I read it in one go. Enjoyed it thoroughly.
One star removed for not giving this the full novel treatment it deserves. Have faith in your creation, dear author.
The writing here is cute, but can be disjointed and seemingly addled. This is clearly intentional as Bobby tries to write as if the narrator/diarist is suffering from a mild insanity after 2 years alone in his bunker.
And yet, its interesting to read, even as I grew frustrated with how slowly the story advanced.
The "twist" hidden in the tale was... meh. It didn't feel wrong, but I can't say that I was wowed by it. But I can say it was nice to see that some thought went into the tale.
This was a very slightly above average zombie apoc tale. I'd give it a strong 3 stars, but the disjointed babbling kept it just below the 4 star threshold.
Dusty is introspective I've in this book. He's very resourceful.
Can't wait for book 3 !!!!!!!
This is not so much a book about a post apocalyptic life as it is about life, period, in the USA in the 2010+ timespan.
Dusty finally met his mysterious person after he tried and failed a few times. Upon meeting the stranger (Or is it) the one question that consumed him was answered. After which Dusty extends an offer for dinner, on Christmas day.
Please keep in mind that this are supposed to be written as a first person so there are a few curse words in the series.