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Outbreak (The Brother's Creed Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It is about two brothers caught up in a Zombie Apocalypse! The older brother is a former
Marine and both brothers have a gun culture and religious upbringing. The author is a
self-proclaimed Jesus Freak and follower of the Way, so there is a religious overtone
to the story; if this is a problem for you - to bad - you will be missing a lot of well done
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Would definitely recommend giving it a read.
You've got two brothers - both super young with 1000s of dollars in guns and gear. One was a 4-year Marine with no combat experience that seems to be highly skilled in tactical maneuvers. Training only goes so far. The brothers are extremely good shots under duress and are ready for the NWO.
On the flip side, you've got a father that spent 300,000 dollars on truck upgrades for just-in-case. He's pretty cool though, and a good dad, so there is that.
There is some major Jesus love in this story.
When reading the first couple pages - I kept thinking that an editor and a seasoned writer could tighten things up. But, I kept reading.
And when I was done, I jumped right to Book 2. It was a fun story. The characters are all fun with their own hang-ups and the author loves head-shots and death. And Jesus.
I'm actually about 25% into Book 2 at this moment. 3.7 of 5 Stars
The only thing I wasn't a fan of was the detail the author went into with the firearms used. While I understand this is something the main characters would know and appreciate, it was hard for me to get excited about the differences of one assault rifle or to another. The being said, I can't wait to see what the next book brings.