Mark Twain wrote: The man who is ostentatious of his modesty is twin to the statue that wears a fig-leaf.
#2 in The SHTF
Category: Dystopian Fiction
Average Rating: 2.0
It's TEOTWAWKI at Tullymore.
The grid went down over a week ago. More chaos erupts when the lights don't come back on and there's still no word--or help--from the government.
The neighborhood is divided, and on the brink of an internal war. Tensions between Tucker and Curt only rise further when one innocent life is on the line, and they must make a deadly trip into town to scavenge for a crucial supply that someone may have had all along.
Do you bring enough to the table to join a stronger group?
At Grayson's farm, Jenny is a shocking surprise to everyone, and Puck is feeling as though he must stand up and be a man, to prove his mettle to the group in order to stay. But the farm may not be the safest place to be, after all.
A map to the farm is lost--and found--by the worst possible people. Now, they have more to fear than just dehydration and starvation.
Elmer mounts his tractor and attempts to return home to his dear wife, Edith. But when pop goes the weasel, he's not the only one surprised by what lies ahead on the road.
Bullets and blood are the new currency, and death is imminent unless they can all learn to Shoot Like a Girl.
Akers needs to figure out how to finish a story. It's ridiculous that this book ends with so many unresolved threads and loose ends. If the tedious preparedness sermons were removed, the story could have been completed by this point. So far, the story is typical post-apocalyptic fiction with some fairly believable characters.
Kevin Pierce continues to deliver a great performance in this second audiobook of the series. C'mon, Akers, finish this story.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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