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I read it mostly in one sitting. It's a real page-turner. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Pitcher has an engaging voice and did a great job with the protagonist. The images of the apocalypse as it unfolds are bone-chilling, but the human story underneath it is compelling. The ending isn't as I expected, but I could definitely see (and willingly read!) a sequel.
Yet, take heart; for there's much more to "Letters" than the end of the world as we know it. In fact, I may be doing a disservice to the story by introducing it as such. This really isn't a story about doomsday preppers or the end of the world. If anything, it's about new beginnings with love, coming-of-age, self-doubt and morality becoming central themes braided into a flowing tale, revealing theories to the reader for consumption and digestion.
That digestion of ideas keeps this novel fresh and engaging with each development. Let's take a look at some of these concepts:
*Would you help and protect others when your situation is possibly more dire than those around you?
*Where does self-defense end and murder begin?
*How well do you know yourself and what you're capable of?
*Even as society crumbles, can you be faithful? To anything or anyone? To yourself?
These are hard questions to answer, and Pitcher presents a character forced to figure these things out before death, judgment or the unknown decides his fate.
I suggest you buy this book, dedicate a quiet afternoon to sit in front of a warm fire and lose yourself among the "Enlisted", the "Roughies", the sage bushes and the "Wasteland". Explore and pillage the cites; survive in the wilderness.
But most importantly, don't put off writing home to the one you love.
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I am a slow reader, this book kept me reading.