After The Fires Went Out: Coyote (Book One of the Unconventional Post-Apocalyptic Series)

After The Fires Went Out: Coyote (Book One of the Unconventional Post-Apocalyptic Series)

by Regan Wolfrom

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BN ID: 2940148778912
Publisher: Wolfrom Writes
Publication date: 07/31/2013
Series: After The Fires Went Out , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 125,427
File size: 2 MB

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After The Fires Went Out: Coyote 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
KristiMcD More than 1 year ago
I absolutely Loved this book. The storyline was great and certainly kept me entertained start to finish! It's always a treat finding a great new author. I just bought Shards and can' t wait to start it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shockingly sacreligous. Author could have written a decent book had he not felt compelled to blaspheme my savior.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you want continue this series on your own, just pretend that there are a liberal and a conservative on the same side having a battle of wits (yes it is hard to imagine isn't it?) Very NOT recommended. JC
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Twisted
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A gritty, no holds bar reality book on what life could be like after people get thrown back to life with basic survival needs and concerns. Does it get dark sometimes? Sure. But only because its more truth than some pampered readers can handle...kudos to the author. Dale M. Baranoski
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well done!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Depressing read
seldombites More than 1 year ago
I normally love apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction, but I could not even finish this one. While it is technically well-written (no editing errors or things of that sort), it was boring, boring, boring! I will definitely not be reading the rest of the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read 37 pages and deleted
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I enjoy a good post-apocalyptic scenario this one left a little to be desired. The characters know there is a massive shortage of food but yet eat like they are certain to find a cache any moment. The main male character seems to be thinking with his little brain too often causing ridiculous rifts in the group. The group knows there are serious threats to their survival, (supposedly frightened and scared for their safety) but security seems to take no priority. It is hard to look passed the holes in the story to go along and enjoy the ride.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Drawn to apocalyptic writing I found this to be a plausible scenario for the end of the world. Character development was steady and excellent. Drawing on my early childhood in and around the Abitibi region it certainly was interesting to see this region used as a additional character in the book. Looking forward to reading the next novel in the series, Shards.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I won this from LibraryThing for an honest review:Robert JeanBaptise known only as Baptise is trying to survive after The Fires with his new family because he doesn't know if his family is still alive or not. He is part of Protection Committee and in charge of security for his family from others. He doesn't trust Ryan Stems, Matt, and Justin Porter or even Graham all that much. He is feeling the loss of Antoine (Ant) more than he let's on with anyone including Sara Vachon. He feels fatherly toward Fiona because he misses his own daughter Cassy and will do whatever it takes to protect her. People that used to be a part of cooperation are turning up missing or just plain gone without a trace. Someone is doing this could it be this mystery Coyote that murdered Ant or is Ryan Stems to blame. Baptise knows that he loves Sara but Kayla seems to be flirting with him. The Walkers want out of the supply partnership and are unwilling to get the supplies owed Baptise's group. The Walkers seem to be partnering up with Ryan Stems which doesn't bode well for anyone including Baptise's group. Who is mysterious Coyote? Why do The Walkers want out of partnership and cooperative? Can Baptise protect his new family from harm? What is really happening with Ryan Stems Group? Your answers await you in After The Fires Went Out:Coyote. This book reminds me very much of the Envy Chronicles by Joss Ware. A major worldwide event that leaves people trying to survive no matter the cost. I personally liked Baptise's character a lone voice trying to make sense of a situation that doesn't entirely make sense but has to carry on in spite of it. I liked Ryan Stems for very different reasons here's a man wanting to control everything under his power much like an overlord. He was willing to compromise on his terms whether acceptable to everyone else or not. I hate Justin Porter to me he was too sneaky by half and thensome. I definitely think Mr. Wolfrom has great story to tell and look forward to his next installment.