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Iron Mike: One boy and his dog at the end of the world. Kindle Edition
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I compare this book to L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth. The main comparison is that you can identify with the aliens as closely as you do with the humans in the story.
I am going to check and see if this book is available in paper. If it is, I intend to buy it so I can loan it to my friends to read. Don't panic though, Patricia, I will also encourage them to buy a copy too.
Some of the incidents in the novel are truly heart-wrenching, and many involve white-knuckle suspense. This is a first-rate sci fi adventure!
I thoroughly enjoyed IRON MIKE and highly recommend it!
Iron Mike is a fast paced Sci-Fi-lite novel that is full of surprises and keeps you on your toes from Start to finish. The character are complex and developed, and guaranteed to make you fall in love with their written personalities. I enjoy reading this book, and it's one of my go to books when I need a good break and want to delve into a thrilling world. Highly recommended if you love aliens, dogs, and post-apoc/ sci-fi fantasy.
P.S. Dear Patricia Rose, I'm excitedly hoping for a part two!!
I loved Hershey, the dog. Part of the story is from his perspective. He loves his human, Clare, who rescued him. I also liked Gran and her TMI…yeah, let’s not hear about grandpa’s prowess in the sack. Scientist-Farmer has a different perspective…and code of ethics.
As a Kentucky native, I felt a connection with this book. Scenes were set in places like Shepardsville and Louisville, right up the interstate, and Fort Knox, where I worked summers while I was in college. Mike is a UofL fan, while his sister Jennifer roots for UK…a house divided, as we say.
All in all, it’s a wonderful post-apocalypse story. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll cheer, but you won’t be bored.