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I like the direction that the author has taken in this book, as it was a natural progression of the series. Being that the FURC is a community the size of a small town, the series would have become stagnant had the characters not traveled outside. The potential for possible future plot lines exist, leaving one with the feeling that there is more to come.
Durable Impressions gives the reader a more detailed look into Kat, with regards to her life before become a citizen of the FURC. This snapshot shows Kat to be decisive, instinctual, intelligent, and compassionate. These "deleted scenes" help the reader to form a more complete picture of Kat, which I enjoyed because she is my favorite character.
Many thanks to the author, James Litherland, for providing me with a copy of Peripheral Encounters to read and review.
They hear stories about a large group of very bad men who are violent and take whatever they want, from whoever they want. Their mission, both the one Tony is keeping from Kat, and the mission she knows they are on, lead them into an exciting showdown with the enemy.
Peripheral Encounters also contains the prequel short story Durable Impressions, which was cool as I previously only had a digital copy. I have physical copies of the rest of the series and prefer the same medium throughout a set. I enjoyed this addition to the Slowpocalypse series very much, thank you James Litherland for the free copy in exchange for an honest review.
I enjoyed the variety of different character types that Litherland develops throughout this novel. The variety really gives a sense of travelling through different regions. The main characters shine, but you get to know everyone quite well.
This novel was a great addition to the series. Litherland’s writing style allows the characters to come to life while the plot develops.
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
A great continuation of Litherland’s SLOWPOCALYPSE series.