Handro

Handro Centuries after a civilization ending event the world is a very different place Handro s life has not been easy and while he has people that care about him he keeps his distance forever searching

  • Title: Handro
  • Author: Travis Mohrman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Centuries after a civilization ending event, the world is a very different place Handro s life has not been easy, and while he has people that care about him, he keeps his distance, forever searching for something he doesn t realize he desperately needs But Handro may have gone too far as he sets out on a new path that quickly grows dark and twisted Confronted with madnCenturies after a civilization ending event, the world is a very different place Handro s life has not been easy, and while he has people that care about him, he keeps his distance, forever searching for something he doesn t realize he desperately needs But Handro may have gone too far as he sets out on a new path that quickly grows dark and twisted Confronted with madness and betrayal, Handro finds facing his own mortality may be easier than traveling the unexplored landscape within his soul While HANDRO is a tale of post apocalyptic fiction, the survival skills employed are indeed real Hopefully, Reader, you will never have to use them.

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    1. Handro is awesome. It was cover to cover badassery, and I couldn't put it down. It was fast paced, emotionally raw, and completely captivating. As the world crumbles around him, Handro only gets stronger. He is almost a metaphor for Mohrman's writing, which only seems to get better as time passes. This can be read as a stand-alone, although you will probably get far more enjoyment out of it if you read the first three books in the "Down the Path" series first. In fact, read all of Mohrman's work [...]

    2. Handro to is my new favorite action heroI've been waiting anxiously for this book to drop. Having read the other books in the "Path" series, I was familiar with Handro (the title character) and some of his back story. This book turned it up to 11! Handro is everything I love in a hero; intelligent, slightly damaged, tough as nails, and not afraid of anything. He's like Indiana Jones, Han Solo, The Gunslinger, and Liam Neeson (in "Taken") all rolled in to one. The author uses his extensive knowle [...]

    3. I’ve only read one book by Travis Mohrman so far, but I admire his smooth writing style, which allows you to sink effortlessly into the worlds he creates alongside the characters. And he doesn’t disappoint with Handro. These characters are new to me, but as I read, I felt as though I’d known them forever. Handro’s story is both sad and uplifting, if that makes any sense, but don’t mistake it for a squishy tale meant to tug at your heartstrings. This is an adventure that keeps you turni [...]

    4. If Les Stroud and Rambo had a baby, his name would be Handro.Mohrman gives us the gritty story of a post-apocalyptic journey through a world that has very few rules. Handro is the introverted hero that shows us what it's like to travel in this world alone. Mohrman weaves a story around plausible survival skills and the attention he gives to his characters' actions imply the rugged detail required to survive such a journey. Read this and you'll find yourself caught in the jungle and rooting for t [...]

    5. I recall, before this book was even in the works, that I had thought this character required his own story. From the point of his introduction in the Down the Path series, Handro was obviously a character crafted with much thought and care. He was mysterious and complex. Through the entire series, Handro has seen the most change as he reluctantly concludes that everyone needs human interaction, connection. This book keeps the reader on the path with its hero every step of the way, and let me tel [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this book. Don't let the 4 starts fool you, I don't hand out 4 or 5 stars lightly.Althought the book was a little short, it stuck on point and didn't stray off topicHandro. I found him to be a compelling character and Travis' writing style kept me interested in what was going on, what Handro was thinking, and what his motivations were.I liked how the author didn't bog down in a huge history for why Earth is the way that it is and told historic references from the perspective of [...]

    7. An excellent book.The story of Handro is told in an excellent form. It details an adventure as it happens, while giving some insight into what makes the man what he is. There is just enough left unsaid to keep the character intriguing. The way it is written reminds me of the movie, "The Book of Eli" , starring Denzell Washington.I highly recommend this book. It is a good read for ages 14 and up.Travis gets to give his hounds treats for good reviews.I hope this is good enough to qualify.I have a [...]

    8. Terrific story.Remarkable telling of one mans journey in a world known to none. Intriguing look at a world thrown back to the stone age. Generations the have lost our culture and education, are trying to raise families and create honest ethical children. The challenges that must be faced by one man after the loss of his family and the torture of battles to be fought and won in order to find a home.

    9. A widely loved character from Further: Down the Path 2. Handro has skills long lost to the majority of us, he has wits and strength. He is a survivor. We get the honor of following him on this amazing adventure of exploration, and brings us full circle with his home, The Village. Wonderfully written, this story is filled with vivid descriptions of action, surroundings, rich characters and hope.

    10. A really good storyI know the rating shows five stars and that's a little too good for any story. Handro to was a pretty good read though, so it would definitely rate at least four stars. Feed the dogs author.

    11. SurvivalThe story of one man's survival in the remnants of society after the destruction of civilization. This isn't light or romantic or even humorous, but the stark reality of his struggle keeps you reading.

    12. I was seriously disappointed with this book. The writing was very childish, as if written for and by a fourth grader. Many editing errors and typos. The characters were very one-dimensional. I finished it for the sake of finishing what I start.

    13. Book reviewVery good book and interesting reading. I would love to see the main character in a continuing series. An enjoyable book

    14. I couldn't put it down!I couldn't put it down!I picked up this work on a whim and was not disappointed. My only wish is that it was much, much longer :)

    15. ExcellentOne of the best I've read recently. Engaging right from the start. The best and worst of our human nature.

    16. Loved it! Spectacular story! I love you Travis Mohrman! Just the right length and kept my attention the entire time. Great job!

    17. Exciting adventure while Handro travels from the Village to the south and ends up in the jungle. Great addition to the series "Down the Path".

    18. Well doneWell paced, educational, thought provoking and well written. I found myself wishing to live and learn along with the main character.

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