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WITHOUT II: The Fall Paperback – January 4, 2017
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As we all know, the best made plans often go awry. Now Henry, faced with loss, death, revenge, and protecting his friends and family, has to make a decision on who to trust, all based off of a 30 second conversation with a gun to his back. What could possibly go wrong?
I warned you, E.E. Borton was a author to watch out for, and I wasn’t kidding. In hiis first three books (Abomination, Suffer, Without) you see a dramatic change in not just his writing confidence, but in his style. He tried putting humor in those first three, where it just didn’t belong. Dark humor is GREAT, but trying to describe a horrific death humorously just didn’t work. He got away from that in this book (and his 4th, Suffer 2, as well) and leaves the humor to conversations between characters to lighten up the mood. MUCH BETTER.
Borton is incredibly descriptive, without getting boring, you pick up detailed information from the storyline, instead of going through a ton of tedious backstory/description. I know authors that can write chapters on just description, and it takes so much away from the pace of the story. Borton doesn’t do that, and he still manages to make you feel like you know the characters, like you’re right there with them. I’m not gonna lie. Viscerally, he got *ME* near the end there, that’s damn near impossible, so, once again, I’m super impressed and can’t wait to see what’s next!
This is book two in the series.
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This one starts with Henry in Stevenson. Henry made the journey to Stevenson from Atlanta after the lights went out.Read more