Mark Twain wrote: Forget and forgive. This is not difficult, when properly understood. It means that you are to forget inconvenient duties, and forgive yourself for forgetting. In time, by rigid practice and stern determination, it comes easy.
#4 in American Apocalypse
Category: Dystopian Fiction
Average Rating: 3.0
Joe and his band of intrepid survivors have joined a larger group of survivalists. They are making life much better by implementing mutual assistance groups that help protect each other and barter among themselves. While life is getting better, there are still threats to handle and pain to endure. The loss of several loved members rocks the group and shakes their faith. Joe and Cobie make sure the group uses the pain to make the group stronger as they fight to rid Oregon and Northern California of gangs and slavers. Life is tough in the apocalypse, but this band is a tough bunch of survivors.
Finally! A series with no cliffhanger and an actual ending. Of course, stories like this, especially in this genre, are contrived, but this book is so contrived that it stretches credulity. Also, the plot is less developed than in previous books in this series. Nevertheless, these characters and the end of their story are worth reading about. Both Kevin Pierce and Sara Morsey deliver their superb performances to conclude this series.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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