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Zero Hour - A Short Story: (Zero Hour Series Part 1) Kindle Edition
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I highly recommend this story. I am moving on to the rest of the series because this story leaves you wanting MORE.
Eamon Ambrose drops you right in the middle of that scene, and you will shush your own mind as it asks, "what's that about?" "Oh, cool, but I wonder..." You will shush yourself because as much as you want to know what happened before, everything you're reading is crafted so wonderfully by Ambrose that you find yourself pulled in more, and more, and more, until you reach that spectacular ending, let out the breath you didn't realize you were holding in and say... "Man, that was good."
The end of the world as we knew it took place with only one survivor left. This is part one of a four book series but can be read as a standalone.
I received a complimentary kindle copy from Amazon. That did not change my opinion for this review.
Zero Hour: A Short Story
The appeal hasn't disappeared as we are given a story set in a post-apocalyptic world where you are learning the circumstances right along with your literary counterpart. What is going on? We'll see. It unfolds and unravels naturally and yet unpredictably all at the same time. I appreciated the pace of the story and the twists Eamon had for the reader as the story found its eventual conclusion. Well done -- I'm looking forward to cracking into Zero Hour 2.
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Was an interesting read though.Read more