Ray Gorham is a full time husband, father, and log home builder, and a part time novelist. He lives happily with his family in Shepherd, MT, and spends what time he can find slowly piecing together his stories. An immigrant to the United States, Ray believes both in the promise of America, and in the responsibility of each citizen to do their part to protect their freedoms.
Daunting Days of Winterby Ray Gorham
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Kyle Tait, having survived the harrowing, cross-country journey home to his family, must now struggle for existence in a post-EMP world that no one could have imagined just three short months prior. Each day brings new challenges � how to fight the bitter cold, where to scavenge food for the table, how to best fend off intruders and keep their community safe.
As the cold, dark days of winter begin the slow transition to spring, the Tait family is faced with a challenge that dwarves all others and threatens to shatter their already precarious grip on sanity. Kyle and Jennifer are once again forced to endure a trial that threatens the survival of each member of their family.
Follow Kyle, Jennifer, and the citizens of Deer Creek, MT as they plumb the depths of their resourcefulness, strength, endurance, and humanity while struggling together to survive the daunting days of winter. Written with the same thread of hope and optimism that seasoned the account of Kyle�s epic journey home, Daunting Days of Winter is Ray Gorham�s long-awaited sequel to his best seller, 77 Days in September.
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I received this book courtesy of Net Galley for an honest review. 3.5 I enjoyed this book overall, but there were a few gaps in the storyline. I absolutely love the way the author writes. His books have a conversational tone and an ease to reading his books. He makes the characters and situations realistic without over the top scenarios. The pace of this novel is a little slower with Kyle being reunited with his family and are settling in the community of Deer River. They are trying to find security and hope they will survive in this community. They are challenged at times from the outside conflicts along with their own struggles with their current situations that are beyond their control. It was interesting to see how the community handled the rape and death of someone in their community. The trial drama weighed down the story line a bit and I felt that it could’ve been tightened up more. The twist of banishment added a little excitement to the storyline. I love that they brought Rose back in the second book and would’ve like to see her interact with Kyle a bit more rather than in the passive role she did. I hope she continues on in the next book and that the author will perhaps add a bit more of a dynamic storyline for her. I thought the ending was a bit mixed. At first, I thought the book was going to end on an upswing; instead it added a dimension of fear of the unknown and was open ended. I’ve enjoyed the two books so far and will continue to follow the series.
Not as good as the first book , worth reading
This was okay but not as good as the first book and nowhere as good as the Apocalypse Law series by John Grit or the Survivalist series by A. American.