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I’m listened to most of the popular PA books and this is my favorite so far. There is good character development and the storyline is quick and engaging. I love how conflicts come and go instead of a long build to a single conflict at the end. Usually by book 4 I’m losing interest but I found myself liking each book more! Release the next book quick!!!
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
as usually rc brays performance is just amazing, the story is wonderful, but where is book 5
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This series has proved to be a real find. Each of the books in the first four follows the same group but has its own unique flavour. The first two were largely about the initial group forming and then a very logical and structured progression towards a new society. Book 3, Society, is much more explosive, it is almost non-stop action as the new homeland is threatened in all manner of ways. The group also find ways to investigate the origins of the pandemic. The epilogue feels hugely ominous, it's extremely well done.
Then the fourth book. Hope, takes off in yet another completely new direction as the group splits with Dan leading a team on the start of an epic journey desperate to find answers. During both books the characters continue to develop, especially Leah and Ash. Yes the dog steals the show at times! The story is split between Dan's group and the enormous struggle faced by those left behind after losing much of the group's driving force.
RC Bray, I don't think there's much I can say here that hasn't already been said. Superb, and he is even more suited to these latest two books with their increased tension and higher octane levels.
In short this is becoming an extremely strong series especially with the excellent decision to provide these value for money / credit publisher's packs.
13 of 16 people found this review helpful
Really got me sucked in, wasn't expecting much to be honest but I was gripped from the start and can't wait for the next book. R c bray was on form like usual he did good for a British story
1 of 1 people found this review helpful