- File Size: 1637 KB
- Print Length: 174 pages
- Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1 edition (July 15, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 15, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005ISZB4O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,376 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I do want to say that I don’t understand why the guns had kickbacks. I can’t picture it.
No swearing or adult situations. Good read for young adults.
Despite this, I didn't give up on Mr. Arsenault. I began reading the second volume (this book) and liked how he took the story forward in time, and how the protagonist of this book was a minor character (literally) that had appeared in the last few pages of book 1.
There's still no dialogue, but it doesn't bother me now. It's like these books are diaries that were kept by the main character in each. I'm actually on book 4 now, with plans to read the entire series.
I should mention that there are little niggly things about spelling and punctuation that crop up here and there, and those bother me, but I am overlooking them because I want to find out what happens "in the end." These are mostly things like using "too" when he should use "to" ("...if there was a home to return too."), and failing to put a comma between city names and their states ("Atlanta Georgia" instead of "Atlanta, Georgia"). Both of these are inconsistent, and I have certainly seen worse, but these books could use an editor's touch. (I'm available.)
The author has been very creative and while still writing from a first person perspective, the main character has changed. Very intriguing and well written and, again, I found myself being able to see myself as main character. The author keeps the threads of this series together very nicely as he branches out and fleshes out the storyline, adding depth and breadth. I immediately purchased Sodium 3 as soon as I finished book two:) Again, the author has hooked me with his storytelling abilities and I find I am now hooked on both book series, and I am not sorry
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Can run a bit flat on one or two chapters but on the most part, fantastic. Makes you think what you would do in that situation.
My only qualm is that the lead appeared to have too much convenient good luck to survive.
I read the first 2 chapters of the second book and I was hooked. An Alien invasion, a gritty survival story, a fantastic fight back and a twist at the end made for an excellent read. It got me thinking about how I would survive in a world without governance.
The book is short, easy to read and packed full of action, I would recommend it to any sci-fi fan.