Mark Twain wrote: But in my age, as in my youth, night brings me many a deep remorse. I realize that from the cradle up I have been like the rest of the race - never quite sane in the night.
#3 in American Apocalypse
Category: Dystopian Fiction
Average Rating: 4.0
Reign of Darkness: Book 3 of the series American Apocalypse.
Darkness brought on by criminals, drug addicts, and traitors in the band make life even more difficult.
Our hardy band of survivors have at least temporarily solved the basic needs issues and have food, water, shelter, and weapons. Now they must seek out likeminded people to join their mutual assistant group and eliminate the criminals and want to be dictators. Joe's Grandma's letters continue to motivate Joe and help him search for the promised treasure. One find startles the group and promises a safer life. Another find is a major disappointment. Joe loses some people close to him but finds some new friends along the way. Can Joe become the leader the group desperately needs? Will the group survive? Will we learn what happened to the Muslim terrorists?
Like the previous book in this series, this book is open-ended, but not a cliffhanger. The story follows on from books 1 and 2. It's an acceptably believable story with a community of great characters, especially Joe's "family." The letters from Joe's Grandma are delightful. And Sara Morsey makes a perfect Grandma. Both she and Kevin Pierce deliver outstanding performances.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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