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Book of the dead journal

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One of them dies, and the survivor's story is not very believable. Did he kill his "friend"? The law has spoken, the survivor got, as one reviewer put it, "a slap on the wrist," and the young man is still dead.

The book has to be unsatisfying, because only the survivor knows the truth. However, as a real-life mystery, the story is interesting. As a window into the stupidity that sometimes overtakes even relatively intelligent human beings, it's worth your reading time.

That said, I've only given it 3 stars, because I wanted more: The writer has obviously done a lot of primary research, but the difference between an okay book and a really good one would have been more analysis; more speculation; more conclusions.

To be fair, the survivor is alive and free, and there may be legal restrictions on what can be said. And so the star level stays at 3.

Raffi Kodikian and David Coughlin met during their college years, in the mid's, and bonded over air guitar and Cheers, movies, mutual friends, and shared confidences.

Some five years later they decided to take a road trip west together--David was moving from Massachusetts to California--one leg of which brought them to New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

They meant to camp out in the park for one night and see the caves before taking off again. But Carlsbad was as far as they got.

Raffi and David hiked into Rattlesnake Canyon, a "remote, mostly unheard-of rift in the Chihuahuan Desert," and pitched a tent, but in the morning they were unable to find the trail they'd followed in.

Days later they still hadn't found their way out, and they'd long since run out of water. When rescuers arrived on day four--on August 8, Raffi was still alive, if dehydrated, and he admitted to having stabbed David to death just that morning by way of ending his friend's suffering.

Jason Kersten tells the story surrounding Raffi's fatal stabbing of David in his compelling book Journal of the Dead.

Kersten covers the history of his subjects' friendship, the particulars of their trip cross country and of their fateful stay in Carlsbad, and the ensuing arrest and prosecution of Raffi.

Along the way Kersten discusses myriad related topics--the affects of dehydration on the body, the near absence of precedent for mercy killings in survival situations, the legal defenses considered and rejected by Kodikian's counsel.

Kodikian's case is inherently fascinating because of its ambiguity: Raffi was neither obviously innocent nor clearly guilty of having acted from malice aforethought.

Kersten--who refuses to state his own opinion on Kodikian's guilt or innocence--does a wonderful job of explaining the arguments from both sides of the courtroom, addressing those issues which tend to exonerate Kodikian and unpacking those parts of his story that don't quite add up.

One troubling aspect of Kodikian's case, for example, is that he was released from the hospital--he walked out of the hospital himself--after only one hour of treatment, hardly what one would expect for someone who was allegedly so severely dehydrated that he had contemplated suicide.

Because Kodikian refused to be interviewed for the book, Kersten reconstructs what happened to the friends in the desert from other sources, including courtroom testimony and physical evidence.

Kersten's account left this reader, at least, unsure of what to make of Kodikian, and appreciative of the legal system's apparent wisdom in dealing with his case.

Kersten is a good writer. His book is punctuated by well-turned phrases that reward rereading: These make for interesting enough reading.

But sometimes Kersten's book is more drawn out than it needs to be. His account of the early stages of the friends' road trip is unnecessarily long, for example, and the odd page account of Raffi's sentencing hearing at the end of the book likewise might have been abbreviated.

But this complaint is relatively minor. Kersten succeeds in elucidating for readers the fascinating case of Kodikian's mercy killing--or murder--in a manner that, happily, leaves the mystery of the story unresolved.

It's a very good true crime story. Debra Hamel -- author of Trying Neaira: Fascinating, specially having been a true event.

I could hardly put down the reading once I started. See all 37 reviews. One small band lead by Vincent Marrak has holed up deep in a bunker hidden inside a cave.

There are crops, there is game in the woods. Perhaps they no First reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf The end of the world as we knew it has finally come.

Perhaps they no longer have all the comforts of home, but they are surviving. Ben is a survivor they picked along the way to the bunker.

He and Leo are interested in each other — love, perhaps. There is… something… in the woods. Two survivors were away from camp overnight and were attacked.

Only one survived, but he brought back tales of the horde that swarmed over them, killing his companion. The horde — completely unnatural and deadly.

The Dead Days Journal was a very interesting novel. It is not a romance, or at least as how I would define romance… but there is attraction there.

It is not only a post-apocalyptic tale either, although it is a strong theme throughout the novel. There is more paranormal involved in this story than one might think at first.

There are creatures within this tale that we have called by one legendary name throughout time — but they are not quite that either.

This one is unique, well thought out, detailed and even — totally believable, given the end of the world. I enjoyed the story, the world building and the sense of purpose in this novel.

I also had to admire how the introduction of the horde was handled and explained. It leaves so many possible paths open for the next novel.

That does not change what I think of this novel. Oct 21, Laura Furuta rated it it was amazing. Leo Marrok world shatters when the world is first in a terrible drought and then receiving more water than is normal.

Her father, Vincent Marrok has prepared and leads a group of survivors to a bunker in the Appalachian Mountains to survive. Leo helps her father keep everyone safe.

This includes her younger brother and mother. Now h The Dead Days Journal: Burdened with this request and a new threat upon them, Leo makes a deal with an enemy, his name in Halloween.

This story is a dark walk through a post-apocalyptic world that has taken so much and has turned some into monsters. The story is told from the POV of Leo and her father through his personal journal.

The dark atmosphere of this book and plot are one of the reasons that I got lost in the book and had a hard time putting it down.

The other reason are the characters. As you are introduced to each of them, you can sympathize with some and others you wonder why they are allowed make the decisions that they do.

If you love post—apocalyptic stories, characters who mostly are just trying to survive and a plot that will leave you wanting to read more, this is the book for you.

As it states this is Volume 1, I am patiently waiting to see if there is a Volume 2. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book.

May 20, Mary Hartshorn rated it really liked it. The brief synopsis of the book led me to believe that this would be another post-apocalyptic story where the end of the world happened and it would be something like The Walking Dead series.

Boy was I wrong. Sandra is a great story teller with a strong lead character in Leo Leona. From the beginning the story starts off very well capturing and keeping my interest with a love triangle centered on Leo.

Time for some zombies or something to get away from the mushy stuff! The action picked up really fast, along with the horror and fear from finding out that her father is willing to do ANYTHING for the survival of the group, followed by some fearsome predators that show up killing friends and family members.

I kept thinking zombies, then werewolves, or maybe even some dark fairies or something. The monsters that appeared were………..

You will have to just read this book because it is worth reading. The only con was that there were a lot of typos that made it a bit aggravating to read, but otherwise I would recommend this book.

In fact I look forward to reading the next installment. Jan 12, T. This story had so many twists and turns it was fun to read. Not one of your "feel good" apocalyptic stories, where the humans triumph against great odds.

DDJ cuts with a brutal edge as a group of survivors try to make the best of life with their limited resources. While horrified by some of the choices they were forced to consider it were these harsh decisions which made the story so strong.

For me, this potentially 5-star read unraveled a bit with the introduction of "Halloween"-- seriously? His name was Orinn, yet she insisted on this ridiculous name?

The alliance between some of the survivors and the 'creatures' was odd, the concept simply never worked for me. I loved the journal, showing Vincent's deterioration as he became more fanatic about getting his way and continuing the human species.

Story ends with unresolved answers, but satisfactory enough not to leave the reader annoyed-- only curious about what might happen next.

Jun 04, Jennifer B rated it it was amazing. I received an ARC copy of this book via the author through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

Beyond the synopsis, I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into when I requested to review this via Net Galley as I've never read any of this authors work before.

I have to say I was not disappointed in the least. This book was great! It grabbed my attention and held it through the entire book.

If you are a fan of books that have little bits of multiple genres within Fabulous Book! If you are a fan of books that have little bits of multiple genres within them then this is a book for you.

It is first and foremost a paranormal romance and Dystopian themed book. You also have aspects of suspense and horror involved.

Some of the parts will maybe shock and disgust you but after all it is part of the whole dystopian theme of the book. It was really well written and I loved all the characters even as I was hating a few of them at the same time.

I'm really excited to see if this will ever become a series. Sandra Campbell is an author to watch out for and I will definitely be reading more of her books.

Oct 20, T. Atkin rated it it was amazing. The Dead Days Journal was recommended by an acquaintance. I wasn't sure I was going to like it, but after reading the blurb I was intrigued.

First and foremost, this is a very well-written novel. The author has created strong characters and a unique plot with an abundance of twists and turns.

The story starts off with Leo, the daughter of a prepper, who we follow through her first-hand account of events in their decimated world.

We also get a peek into her father's mind and his descent into madn The Dead Days Journal was recommended by an acquaintance.

We also get a peek into her father's mind and his descent into madness with his personal journal pages. The transition between these two perspectives was handled beautifully, and each character with their own distinctive voice.

Halloween is by far the biggest surprise in the story. Though I don't think his story is finished. The ending is solid, but it definitely hints to more, and this novel left me wanting more.

I am curious to see where the author takes the story next. Wherever it goes, I'm sure it'll be a road no one has traveled before.

Looking forward to another intensely wild ride! Apr 25, L. Pires rated it it was amazing. The characters in this novel are desperate and determined to survive while being hunted by a group of vampires who just want to suck their blood.

The main protagonist, Leo, is a kick-ass, strong female lead, who fights to follow her heart and maintain her intimate feelings of love and humanity in a world on the verge of collapse.

The monsters in this story are truly t Gruesome. The monsters in this story are truly terrifying. Some are kept at bay by cutting up previously deceased friends and relatives!

But what is perhaps even more terrifying are the choices of the survivalists, including Leo's father who chronicles the events through his journal entries.

In short, this story is a roller coaster ride of gruesomeness intertwined with moments of passion and primal desire in a world gone totally insane!

Apr 28, Camille rated it liked it Shelves: Leo is in fact, the protagonist of the book. And yet, most of the time, I truly enjoy reading her father's journal entries more than Leo's side of the story.

The entries depict the world they live in, the lives of the band of people under Vincent Marrok's care and the means to which he deems necessary for the survival of the human race.

I like how it was written in the form of journal entries as it gives the feeling of authenticity to the reality they were facing. His side of the story is what I Leo is in fact, the protagonist of the book.

His side of the story is what I enjoyed the most. It's very telling the situation they were in and all that Vincent Marrok wants is security for those under his care, whatever means is necessary to acquiring it.

Leo's story, however, tries to inject a romantic feel to the book and it fails miserably. To learn more, read the full review in The Bookwhore Diaries.

Apr 15, Angie rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a gritty story about the Dead Days, which is life after mother nature has sunk much of the world, then switched between flooding and dry spells.

Leo is one of 20 or so survivors ruled by her father, Vincent. The story is told from her POV, but there are excerpts from the journal Vincent keeps as you slowly watch him descend into madness.

Vincent wants Leo to procreate with Ben, one of their "villagers" who is in love with Leo. Leo loves Ben, but cannot stand the idea of bringing a child This is a gritty story about the Dead Days, which is life after mother nature has sunk much of the world, then switched between flooding and dry spells.

Leo loves Ben, but cannot stand the idea of bringing a child into this world, which Vincent is so obsessed with. Vincent does something unspeakable to Leo, which will forever divide them.

Leo is saved by a vampire, which she nicknames Halloween, and makes a deal with him to save her family in exchange for becoming his personal blood bank.

This book portrays vampires as evil, clawed, gray or black skinned creatures that care nothing for humans.

I can't wait to read the next volume. Nov 20, Laurel Osterkamp rated it it was amazing. The Dead Days Journals is full of surprises, and from the first page I was intrigued.

Leo is an amazing heroine, a true survivor who I was rooting for the entire time. Her ability to face tragedy, yet still want to help others, made her incredibly likable, and I wa The Dead Days Journals is full of surprises, and from the first page I was intrigued.

Her ability to face tragedy, yet still want to help others, made her incredibly likable, and I wanted more.

Her relationship with her dad was, well — complicated to say the least, but, Wow! In August , two young men left Boston on a cross-country trip.

They were tired and still hungover from a night of revelry in Austin, Texas, miles ago. Rather than get a hotel room, they decided to camp in nearby Carlsbad Cavern National Park.

Raffi Kodikian and Dave Coughlin stepped out of their air-conditioned car into the Chihuahuan desert heat and gasped. The young volunteer at the tourist desk recommended Rattlesnake Canyon, five miles away by car.

They listened with innocent ears to the rules: In this environment, the ranger stressed, a human needs one gallon of water a day per person.

Dave went to buy the topo map at the bookstore, Raffi went to the gift store to buy water. The store only sold water in pints. Aside from being expensive, it was impractical to pack that many bottles.

At Rattlesnake Canyon, Dave and Raffi parked and loaded up their backpacks. They had two large bottles of Gatorade. They were just going to spend the night in the desert.

They planned on returning to the Caverns first thing in the morning before continuing on to California. They decided to leave one of the bottles of Gatorade in the car.

They hiked down into the canyon, enjoying the landscape and the setting sun. Once on the desert floor, they wandered around searching for official park campsites.

It was nearly dark when they realized that there was no such thing.

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This book is a 30 day intensive devotional. The goal is to tithe your time 2. It's a collection of articles written by people who have lived and worked in challenging places, and transparently shares the challenges that they have faced and how it has led them to deeper faith in Jesus.

The Live Dead Journal exceeded my expectations as a devotional tool. I have read and prayed through the chapters several times already.

The writing is inspiring because it is honest and heartfelt, written by seasoned missionaries who walk closely with God. It has helped me to develop a deeper walk with God through some dark days in my own life as I battled cancer.

The journal is set up in a user-friendly way and has inspirational quotes and captivating artwork throughout. This is an excellent book. Full of challenges and facts about people groups around the world.

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Only one survived, but he brought back tales of the horde that swarmed over them, killing his companion. The horde — completely unnatural and deadly.

The Dead Days Journal was a very interesting novel. It is not a romance, or at least as how I would define romance… but there is attraction there. It is not only a post-apocalyptic tale either, although it is a strong theme throughout the novel.

There is more paranormal involved in this story than one might think at first. There are creatures within this tale that we have called by one legendary name throughout time — but they are not quite that either.

This one is unique, well thought out, detailed and even — totally believable, given the end of the world. I enjoyed the story, the world building and the sense of purpose in this novel.

I also had to admire how the introduction of the horde was handled and explained. It leaves so many possible paths open for the next novel.

That does not change what I think of this novel. Oct 21, Laura Furuta rated it it was amazing. Leo Marrok world shatters when the world is first in a terrible drought and then receiving more water than is normal.

Her father, Vincent Marrok has prepared and leads a group of survivors to a bunker in the Appalachian Mountains to survive.

Leo helps her father keep everyone safe. This includes her younger brother and mother. Now h The Dead Days Journal: Burdened with this request and a new threat upon them, Leo makes a deal with an enemy, his name in Halloween.

This story is a dark walk through a post-apocalyptic world that has taken so much and has turned some into monsters.

The story is told from the POV of Leo and her father through his personal journal. The dark atmosphere of this book and plot are one of the reasons that I got lost in the book and had a hard time putting it down.

The other reason are the characters. As you are introduced to each of them, you can sympathize with some and others you wonder why they are allowed make the decisions that they do.

If you love post—apocalyptic stories, characters who mostly are just trying to survive and a plot that will leave you wanting to read more, this is the book for you.

As it states this is Volume 1, I am patiently waiting to see if there is a Volume 2. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book.

May 20, Mary Hartshorn rated it really liked it. The brief synopsis of the book led me to believe that this would be another post-apocalyptic story where the end of the world happened and it would be something like The Walking Dead series.

Boy was I wrong. Sandra is a great story teller with a strong lead character in Leo Leona. From the beginning the story starts off very well capturing and keeping my interest with a love triangle centered on Leo.

Time for some zombies or something to get away from the mushy stuff! The action picked up really fast, along with the horror and fear from finding out that her father is willing to do ANYTHING for the survival of the group, followed by some fearsome predators that show up killing friends and family members.

I kept thinking zombies, then werewolves, or maybe even some dark fairies or something. The monsters that appeared were………..

You will have to just read this book because it is worth reading. The only con was that there were a lot of typos that made it a bit aggravating to read, but otherwise I would recommend this book.

In fact I look forward to reading the next installment. Jan 12, T. This story had so many twists and turns it was fun to read.

Not one of your "feel good" apocalyptic stories, where the humans triumph against great odds. DDJ cuts with a brutal edge as a group of survivors try to make the best of life with their limited resources.

While horrified by some of the choices they were forced to consider it were these harsh decisions which made the story so strong. For me, this potentially 5-star read unraveled a bit with the introduction of "Halloween"-- seriously?

His name was Orinn, yet she insisted on this ridiculous name? The alliance between some of the survivors and the 'creatures' was odd, the concept simply never worked for me.

I loved the journal, showing Vincent's deterioration as he became more fanatic about getting his way and continuing the human species.

Story ends with unresolved answers, but satisfactory enough not to leave the reader annoyed-- only curious about what might happen next. Jun 04, Jennifer B rated it it was amazing.

I received an ARC copy of this book via the author through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. Beyond the synopsis, I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into when I requested to review this via Net Galley as I've never read any of this authors work before.

I have to say I was not disappointed in the least. This book was great! It grabbed my attention and held it through the entire book.

If you are a fan of books that have little bits of multiple genres within Fabulous Book! If you are a fan of books that have little bits of multiple genres within them then this is a book for you.

It is first and foremost a paranormal romance and Dystopian themed book. You also have aspects of suspense and horror involved. Some of the parts will maybe shock and disgust you but after all it is part of the whole dystopian theme of the book.

It was really well written and I loved all the characters even as I was hating a few of them at the same time. I'm really excited to see if this will ever become a series.

Sandra Campbell is an author to watch out for and I will definitely be reading more of her books. Oct 20, T. Atkin rated it it was amazing.

The Dead Days Journal was recommended by an acquaintance. I wasn't sure I was going to like it, but after reading the blurb I was intrigued. First and foremost, this is a very well-written novel.

The author has created strong characters and a unique plot with an abundance of twists and turns. The story starts off with Leo, the daughter of a prepper, who we follow through her first-hand account of events in their decimated world.

We also get a peek into her father's mind and his descent into madn The Dead Days Journal was recommended by an acquaintance. We also get a peek into her father's mind and his descent into madness with his personal journal pages.

The transition between these two perspectives was handled beautifully, and each character with their own distinctive voice. Halloween is by far the biggest surprise in the story.

Though I don't think his story is finished. The ending is solid, but it definitely hints to more, and this novel left me wanting more.

I am curious to see where the author takes the story next. Wherever it goes, I'm sure it'll be a road no one has traveled before.

Looking forward to another intensely wild ride! Apr 25, L. Pires rated it it was amazing. The characters in this novel are desperate and determined to survive while being hunted by a group of vampires who just want to suck their blood.

The main protagonist, Leo, is a kick-ass, strong female lead, who fights to follow her heart and maintain her intimate feelings of love and humanity in a world on the verge of collapse.

The monsters in this story are truly t Gruesome. The monsters in this story are truly terrifying.

Some are kept at bay by cutting up previously deceased friends and relatives! But what is perhaps even more terrifying are the choices of the survivalists, including Leo's father who chronicles the events through his journal entries.

In short, this story is a roller coaster ride of gruesomeness intertwined with moments of passion and primal desire in a world gone totally insane!

Apr 28, Camille rated it liked it Shelves: Leo is in fact, the protagonist of the book. And yet, most of the time, I truly enjoy reading her father's journal entries more than Leo's side of the story.

The entries depict the world they live in, the lives of the band of people under Vincent Marrok's care and the means to which he deems necessary for the survival of the human race.

I like how it was written in the form of journal entries as it gives the feeling of authenticity to the reality they were facing. His side of the story is what I Leo is in fact, the protagonist of the book.

His side of the story is what I enjoyed the most. It's very telling the situation they were in and all that Vincent Marrok wants is security for those under his care, whatever means is necessary to acquiring it.

Leo's story, however, tries to inject a romantic feel to the book and it fails miserably. To learn more, read the full review in The Bookwhore Diaries.

Apr 15, Angie rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a gritty story about the Dead Days, which is life after mother nature has sunk much of the world, then switched between flooding and dry spells.

Leo is one of 20 or so survivors ruled by her father, Vincent. The story is told from her POV, but there are excerpts from the journal Vincent keeps as you slowly watch him descend into madness.

Vincent wants Leo to procreate with Ben, one of their "villagers" who is in love with Leo. Leo loves Ben, but cannot stand the idea of bringing a child This is a gritty story about the Dead Days, which is life after mother nature has sunk much of the world, then switched between flooding and dry spells.

Leo loves Ben, but cannot stand the idea of bringing a child into this world, which Vincent is so obsessed with.

Vincent does something unspeakable to Leo, which will forever divide them. Leo is saved by a vampire, which she nicknames Halloween, and makes a deal with him to save her family in exchange for becoming his personal blood bank.

This book portrays vampires as evil, clawed, gray or black skinned creatures that care nothing for humans. I can't wait to read the next volume.

Nov 20, Laurel Osterkamp rated it it was amazing. The Dead Days Journals is full of surprises, and from the first page I was intrigued.

Leo is an amazing heroine, a true survivor who I was rooting for the entire time. Her ability to face tragedy, yet still want to help others, made her incredibly likable, and I wa The Dead Days Journals is full of surprises, and from the first page I was intrigued.

Her ability to face tragedy, yet still want to help others, made her incredibly likable, and I wanted more. Her relationship with her dad was, well — complicated to say the least, but, Wow!

It really added some layers to both the plot and characterization. I had a great time reading The Dead Days Journal and left me thinking about good versus evil, and perception versus reality.

May 24, Holly rated it really liked it Shelves: Wow, I wasn't expecting this story just from the summary alone! I was hooked from the very first page.

What is to love about a post apocalyptic tale, a vicious, blood hungry horde, and a family thrust into turmoil, while trying to survive in a bunker built into the side the mountain?

The answer is, all of it! I was thrown into the fray as a survivor. I was right besides Leo as she fought to save lives, and faced tragedy beyond belief.

I watched as the the leader slipped into madness and tried to Wow, I wasn't expecting this story just from the summary alone!

I watched as the the leader slipped into madness and tried to turn everyone against his daughter. I came to love an evil yet good Halloween, who at first was grotesque and now turned into something of an angle.

I wish I can honestly say more, but if I do I'll spoil the whole book! All I got to say is I can't wait for the next book! Apr 08, Christy Wilson rated it really liked it.

The story of a group of individuals who have survived the "end of days" and how they survive as well as interact with each other. They are also having to deal with a group of monsters in this new world I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

I loved Leo, the main character. She was a strong young woman who was willing to stand up to whoever she needed to - specifically her father who is leader of the group - in order to do what she felt was b Great read!

She was a strong young woman who was willing to stand up to whoever she needed to - specifically her father who is leader of the group - in order to do what she felt was best.

Not your typical dystopian book. It is filled with surprises and twists that you do not see coming, and it does end in a bit of a cliffhanger.

I am really looking forward to Volume 2! Apr 07, Ellen Smith rated it it was amazing. How far would you go to survive?

Each character in the Dead Days Journal answers this question differently: What's really special about this book is that it pushed me to think about how far I would go to survive or help my family survive after the apocalypse.

I hope that I would be as brave as the main character, Leo I was completely immersed in this story from the first page to the last.

The rich characters and incredible description throughout the book made this a compelling story that I just can't stop thinking about.

May 01, The Bookwhore Diaries rated it liked it Shelves: At first, the title of the book led me to think that what the characters would be facing were the undead.

I was totally off the mark. Being the last survivors of the human race, all that Vincent Marrok wanted to provide is safety for his family and the legacy they would leave behind: And yet, there are creatures whose sustenance consists of human beings are out and hunting them.

Can these last bout of survivors, survive? And then, here's his daughter, Leo na whose sole prob At first, the title of the book led me to think that what the characters would be facing were the undead.

And then, here's his daughter, Leo na whose sole problems were of her love interests. Read the full review here.

Unique This was definitely a book I wouldn't have known about if it wasn't for kindle unlimited. An apocalyptic story with some unforgettable twist.

Leo is independent, feisty, loyal and unpredictable. Through chaos they each dealt with appalling things like: I liked that they didn't fall instantly in love it made this story much more interesting and appealing.

There is nothing I Unique This was definitely a book I wouldn't have known about if it wasn't for kindle unlimited. There is nothing I can say that could sway you either way but I really enjoyed it and you will too.

Apr 14, Allison rated it really liked it Shelves: It's the end of days. The land is dying, love ones have been lost. With only a small population of humans left, it is up to them to protect each other..

To pave the pay for the future to live To survive in what's left of the world. And survive they must.. I always love a good, fresh, read that is totally outside the box.

This one did not leave me hanging That is until the cliff hanger ending! Minus a few run-on words, this was a great read. Can't wait till the next inst It's the end of days.

Can't wait till the next installment! Sep 28, Bunny L. One of the Best Doomsday books I've read! I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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