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Rend (Washington, Dead City) Paperback – March 1, 2016
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"The writer is knowledgeable about military strategy and weaponry. This creates a story that is realistic and thought provoking." ~ Amazon reviewer
About the Author
A veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Brian Parker was born and raised as an Army brat. He's currently an Active Duty Army soldier who enjoys spending time with his family in Texas, hiking, obstacle course racing, writing and Texas Longhorns football. He's an unashamed Star Wars fan, but prefers to disregard the entire Episode I and II debacle.
Brian is both a traditionally- and self-published author with an ever-growing collection of works across multiple genres, including sci-fi, post-apocalyptic, horror, paranormal thriller, military fiction, self-publishing how-to and even a children's picture book--Zombie in the Basement, which he wrote to help children overcome the perceived stigma of being different than others.
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Then our main character, Asher, meets Allyson. FBI Agent Allyson recently screwed up an operation & got the entire team killed but the FBI decides to just let her head up another team(really?). She wants Asher to join up & help her, as she herself is going into the walled off area this time. Allyson is one of the most annoying characters I've found in a long time. She's supposedly this tough FBI chick but she cries, whines & barfs at the drop of a hat. I couldn't stand her crying, whining & pouting to/for/about Asher throughout the whole operation. And of course they fall madly in love. UGH.
But then things looked up toward the end of the book, I won't say more & spoil it for you. I'm hoping Book 3 is better, because this could be a great series for those of us who love ZA fiction.
Six years later and Washington is still isolated by the walls put in place to keep the zombies out, but the wall hides more than just zombies and who is also using the wall to their advantage. I enjoyed seeing some of book ones characters back and geezus there is some crazy stuff going on.
This is a story of heroes, villains, politicians as well as love and loss, good luck putting it down as I couldn't.
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This is an Awesome Book. It is as exciting and well written, as the first book in the three book series: "Gnash", which hooked me in.Read more
I absolutely love this series! The fact that Brian writes from a military perspective really makes this better than...Read more