- File Size: 2583 KB
- Print Length: 360 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Wise Pug Publishing (May 18, 2019)
- Publication Date: May 18, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07RZGPF97
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,525 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Feral Children: Animals Kindle Edition
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Wow, where do I begin? David A Simpson's books are so well written, they leave me speechless each and every time I finish one of his books.
My mind is just reeling. He grabs your attention immediately and takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride all the way to the end of the book. Leaving you wanting more. (Good thing the second book is in the works. Or so I hear.)
I love all the characters even the villain. I am partial to wolves but would be hard-pressed to pick just one of the children and their animal companions at the Wild Animal Safari sanctuary to be my favorite. I need to get the next book ASAP to see if Gordon gets what he deserves. I cheered out loud when I thought he(Gordon) was going to be the one that got tossed into the pool... but it just wasn't his cousin Richard's day. I love the fact that the underdogs, the children at the animal sanctuary learned to work together quickly and were resourceful enough to do what they needed to be done before the electric went down. Many adults could learn a thing or two from this merry band of children.
Again it was so well written and the world the author has created in the Zombie Road series ties in so well with the offshoot books and are just as entertaining and addictive. It isn't very often that you discover a “New Author” that brings his A-game to everything he crafts and puts out into the world. For that, I am truly thankful. Many Authors get lazy after a few successful books but not Mr. David A Simpson. I will be a fan for life. He is truly talented and down to earth, I met him a few yrs ago at a charity event, I stumbled onto his first book Zombie Road a year before that and was blown away with his talent to tell a story, make believable characters and worlds that just envelope the reader. He makes it seem so easy when it is one of the hardest professions to be successful at. Well done Sir.
This is such a different approach to Zompoc as it based on a collection of young children up through early teens. Add in that they are sequestered inside an animal rescue/zoo populated by animals that are retired from circus life or petting zoos. A great circumstance and place to base a story. Bottom line: the kids have to learn to care for each other and for the animals, which are all very human friendly. The kids must also defend their home/zoo against zoms and some bad guys. In doing so, the kids develop the own skill sets to meet the needs of a communal lifestyle all the while caring for each other and their various critters.
There is a sequel coming along very soon as of Oct '19.
They are exciting to read, and this one kept me up late last night.
The characters are great, I'll be looking forward to the next book.