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- Print Length: 275 pages
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- Publication Date: May 29, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DD8BPX1
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Revenge of the Apocalypse (A Duck & Cover Adventure Post-Apocalyptic Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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This in turn, made people upset when things didn't go their way. Not because the story got stale or the writing was bad, but because the reader became so connected it hurt to have a sad moment, or laughed too hard at a stupid joke to take it seriously. But, what is it? Too sad, too funny or just plain brilliant? If you can show pure emotion at a book that you have the ability to put down at anytime, that means the author did a great job!! Well done Mr. Wallace!!!!!
This is the fourth book in a post-apocalyptic series that is humour-filled and a bit irreverent. This book (tying up a lot of storylines) is perhaps the least overtly funny book of the series. The humour is still there, but it doesn't get in the way of the story, and unlike some of this author's work, it's not all just a payoff of the joke.
If you like his earlier work, it's more of the same, just a tad more serious (in a good way). If you have read other work, and are not a fan, perhaps this is the book to try to get back into it. (I have not read all of the books in the series, but still managed to follow the characters. There are some that it feels MAY have appeared in earlier work, but not knowing their history beyond what is provided here does not detract from that).
I have read quite a bit of Mr Wallace's work, but hardly all of it. Although I am a fan of humourous SF, it has to be done well. This book manages to get it right. It is almost certainly the favourite so far of all of his work I have read.
I love the librarian; he is one of my favorite heroes and is, hands down, my favorite post-apocalyptic hero. I have read all of Benjamin Wallace's Duck and Cover series to follow him and have eagerly awaited his latest outing.
Then I read the book, and I realized how it wasn't really about the librarian. He is still the star, but this is far more the story of the other characters; it feels very much like the sendoff I suspect it is.
I still enjoyed the book, it just wasn't what I expected from a Duck and Cover book.
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