An update on my earlier post:
I am planning a series of book reviews. As you will note, I have been busy, so the number of reviewed versus “could do” has gone up. I also looked deeper into my Kindle and came up with a few more that I forgot. I may not do summer of the Apocalypse. I have some issues serious with it, and it is such a strange tale, I am not sure that I can do justice to it within a reasonable time frame. All of the other books have a very unique setting or point of view that seems worth addressing. Some of them are better than others, some more worthwhile reading, but they all have a very strong theme and hold some value to a reader.
For those who are curious Burning Hills is a Louis L’Amour Novel. A number of post apocalyptic novels have a western gunfighter flavor to them, and I wanted to refresh my point of reference. For what it’s worth, the point of reference is better than its post-apocalyptic progeny.
My intention is to lump them together in some fashion: Probably one or two a day as time permits. Even the “finished” posts should get a last fresh-look last edit.
So far I have:
· The Profession: A thriller
· Post-Apocalypse Dead letter Office.
· Emergency: This book will save your life
· Burning Hills
· No Blade of Grass
· Last Light
· The Unit
· Three Monks East
· This World We Live In
· The Dead and Gone
· Life as We Knew It
· The Long Voyage Back
· The Fall of Eden
· Witch of Hebron (with encapsulated mini-review of World Made by Hand)
And could do (because I have read them somewhat recently)
· Things We didn’t See Coming
· The Far North
· Super Sad Love Story: A Novel
· The World Ends in Hickory Hollow
· The Road
· Random Acts of Senseless Violence
· Summer of the Apocalypse