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American Apocalypse: The Collapse Begins

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

An interesting story line

This book is the first of a series based on the adventures of a fictional character in an American collapse which begins pretty much like the mess we are in now. The hero (more an anti-hero) is obnoxious and borderline sociopathic, but the situations are realistic given...
This book is the first of a series based on the adventures of a fictional character in an American collapse which begins pretty much like the mess we are in now. The hero (more an anti-hero) is obnoxious and borderline sociopathic, but the situations are realistic given the premises of the book and some of the other characters are more sympathetic. In the sequel, titled American Apocalypse Wastelands, a new character is introduced who imagines herself to be (and maybe actually is) the Norse goddess Freya. She has supernatural or at least paranormal powers. Her introduction near the end of the second book hints that the author may be shifting genres from post-Apocalyptic to fantasy. A neat trick if he can do it. He has me hooked so far and I'll certainly download the next one.

posted by mermao on October 7, 2011

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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Good read but the author's political views are very present

posted by 7165748 on March 8, 2012

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  • Posted October 7, 2011

    An interesting story line

    This book is the first of a series based on the adventures of a fictional character in an American collapse which begins pretty much like the mess we are in now. The hero (more an anti-hero) is obnoxious and borderline sociopathic, but the situations are realistic given the premises of the book and some of the other characters are more sympathetic. In the sequel, titled American Apocalypse Wastelands, a new character is introduced who imagines herself to be (and maybe actually is) the Norse goddess Freya. She has supernatural or at least paranormal powers. Her introduction near the end of the second book hints that the author may be shifting genres from post-Apocalyptic to fantasy. A neat trick if he can do it. He has me hooked so far and I'll certainly download the next one.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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