- File Size: 4703 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bob Williams; 2 edition (December 4, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018ZOPPDE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #487,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Music City Macabre: The Low Lying Lands Saga: Vol. 1 Kindle Edition
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Oh, and he’s just found out that his father—Mr. Prescott—is actually an agent of Chaos, the demon that has wrecked the world and laughs as it spins further out of its orbit.
Bob Williams has written a post apocalyptic novel that any fan of the genre will love. Being a part of the now-ended Apocalypse Weird series by Wonderment Media isn’t slowing it down at all. All the trappings and hallmarks of the AW books are in place, and help direct the action and characters toward their inevitable confrontation.
Being a first novel, it has a few drawbacks. Williams is still learning his way around long form fiction, which gave the structure of the work a few rough edges. The characters don’t always speak in unique voices, which sometimes made if difficult for me to figure out who was saying what in crowd scenes. The action is everpresent but the pacing faltered in places, which sometimes made the book read like a fifty page long bar fight.
But for all that, it’s a solid story with interesting characters, a fascinating setting (I could have done with a bit more music, seeing how it’s Music City Macabre, but…), heroes worth rooting for and a big bad that deserves to go down hard. I’m looking forward to seeing Williams hone his story telling skills and push his characters through the ugly wasteland of future volumes.
All in all, Bob Williams has written a solidly good read!
They story begins in Chicago with a man named Prescott searching for his sister. Little does he know that what he finds will turn his world upside down and set him on a road he never expected to take...
Bob Williams is a surprising new author in the post apocalyptic genre. His pacing is fast. The action is high. His characters are interesting and compelling. I like the serial nature of it. It is easy to read and flows well without being bogged down in too much description. He has created an intriguing world with new twists on old cliché's. I look forward to more.
I recommend it. You will not be sorry.
Living near the setting of the majority of the book added some additional visuals of the story, but living locally isn't necessary to allow the mind to drop itself into the story.
I'm completely looking forward to finding some time to read the second book!
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