- File Size: 3219 KB
- Print Length: 307 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N4JV4VM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,160 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It was a fabulous bonus for me to discover that much of this story takes place in the Australian desert—which is a location I’m familiar with and love. As I read, it was clear Leo Nix also knows the country and its people. This passed my local knowledge critique. It’s a great story.
The only hard part was having to use my Aussie to Real English (American Dialect) dictionary at times, yet the colorful Australian slang added to the story-telling of the adventure. Unlike many authors found on Amazon today, Leo has a grasp on the most important part of writing a book, ensuring the story was properly proof-read and edited. No matter what the story is, if it isn’t written and proofed well, the author will quickly lose their audience. The story was fast paced, easy to follow and did not require one to suspend disbelief to really get into the story. The characters and their dialogue are complex, realistic and believable.
Trying to find an end of the world scenario that hasn’t been written many times before is difficult for an author and Leo pegged it. Though the explanation of the fall of civilization was only a small, part of the novel, it was better for it, as it was covered more than adequately. Another thing many authors have a problem with is when to end each book of a series. I haven’t had a chance to read Sundown Apocalypse Book 2, Urban Guerrilla, which I have on my must-read list. Book 1 ended in a good spot since the storyline of this novel was resolved potential for follow-on books was presented and interest in future chapters of Sundown’s story was laid down.
All-in-all, Sundown Apocalypse was a great read and I heartily suggest you pick it up.
The characters are well developed, the action is intense and I was so impressed with the amount of details...so important when it comes to a book like this. If the reader knows the writer has done their homework it never feels like they're just going through the motions.
I'm looking forward to reading more by this author in the future!
. As a read I am keen for the next book and it was a very good read. I especially love led Pedro and Sundown. It was a shame Shamus did not last but with him popping up every now and then is good, not just another lost character.I also liked shadow as she come across as a strong independent women as I believe there should be more like her. The other female characters contributed to the story with strength and ability.
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