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This is the story of survival and also tells of his orphanage years in Oregon. And, this is where the plot really starts to get into the reader's mind. The Human Accord took control after this disaster and ethnic consistency is their goal. Morality and ethics do come into the dialogue, as well.
One incredible read and one in which the reader must be paying attention. A few subtle hints which do fit perfectly into the context of the story. And, as the title suggests, Ben's past profession does come full circle during this novel.
All in all, I found it to be an outstanding read. I finished it yesterday but waited until I had a chance to digest it a bit more before I put this review in. Food for thought, I would say and most highly recommended.
The Reset was quite a bit different though different in a good way, I found this author quite professional and engaging. It was difficult for me to put this story down. I just wish I had dedicated friends like the characters Ben and Alice. Their selfless exploits were quite refreshing indeed.
Mr. Powell puts together a realistic world free of the nonsense of zombies and focuses on the trials and tribulations of the human spirit.
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