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If you like end of the world genre or strong action stories, read this book! I'm confident you will enjoy it!
And, the disaster does happen - intense heat during the day, no clouds in the sky and the nights are cold. Adam and a small group of survivors continue on their trek to find his dad.
An interesting part of this book to me was the "cutting" descriptions. Adam is a cutter as well as his newly found friend. This gave me some insight into the reasoning behind being a cutter,
Not only is the power out, but there is also an earthquake and a mysterious cloud that appeared overheard and wreaked havoc. Plus, some intense battles with these mysterious religious people. Definitely zealots but why are they after Adam and his dad?
I liked the premise of this story and believe there may be another book with the Mammoth Cave location.
I hope that Kevin Sheridan is not done telling stories, maybe even in this world that he created. I look forward to reading what is next.
What I liked most was the informal/colloquial vocabulary used throughout the book with lots of cursing and slang, just like the common language you find in the USA, making this story a good source for English learners interested in the day-to-day use of the language (my case).
There are some typos, as usual in self-published books, and they got a little worse by the end, but not enough to detract from it, unless you are picky (and I wouldn't recommend this for the highbrows ;-) ).
This is an inexpensive stand alone book and therefore, a good option for a quick and entertaining read for those who like the genre, without the nuisance of a cliffhanger at the end.
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Well done and thanks!
I didn’t like Adam to begin with.Read more