Attrition

Attrition The final installment of the gripping post apocalyptic trilogy Following their hurried escape from the Drake Mountain Facility Isaac and his group stumbled upon a farmhouse in a secluded valley It s

  • Title: Attrition
  • Author: Scott Medbury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The final installment of the gripping post apocalyptic trilogy Following their hurried escape from the Drake Mountain Facility, Isaac, and his group stumbled upon a farmhouse in a secluded valley It s what they ve been looking for A place to make their home, both now and in the future Their joy is tempered by questions though How will they feed and look after themselveThe final installment of the gripping post apocalyptic trilogy Following their hurried escape from the Drake Mountain Facility, Isaac, and his group stumbled upon a farmhouse in a secluded valley It s what they ve been looking for A place to make their home, both now and in the future Their joy is tempered by questions though How will they feed and look after themselves, especially with a baby on the way Was the virus unleashed against the invaders successful or, will they be watching out for their oppressors for the rest of their lives Andeven if they are gone, what other dangers in the post apocalyptic world await them Only time will tell if they have found the salvation they have been seeking or if their dreams will be crushed, leaving them to the same fate as all those that died in the unprovoked attack on their country.

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    1. Worth the waitThis third book was the best one yet. I would love to see the trilogy made into three movies or perhaps a mini series.

    2. Amazing read!!!I couldn't stop tiI i read all 3 books!!! One of the best reads I've came across in years! An absolute must!!!

    3. Great butGreat book but I feel it was rushed I am only a 14 year old freshmen in high school, but I do read a lot and I feel that the other two book went through the years day by day while this one kind of just skipped. I would think that I'm not the only one that thinks that we could have gone through the months of indigos pregnancy before and after the birth, I also believe that the people in the trees should have come in to help at some point in the story and I felt the book was to short. The [...]

    4. The author is a wonderful storyteller and I never knew what was coming next. A fun exciting read. However, I strongly urge the author seek out and become friends with more badass woman, even just one! Please! His women characters courageous acts consisted of showing their midriffs to distract some guards and baking lots of homemade bread. Don't get me wrong - baking bread from scratch is certainly badass but these young women deserved a much more varied means of kicking ass. Especially when they [...]

    5. I found this book a let down especially after the first book which I felt was the best of the lot. The presence of the Chinese invaders and virus unleashed by the Professor were background items and instead these went to Lord of the Flies/Mad Max. I did like the main character but he deserved a better end story.

    6. Good readI really liked this series. I was disappointed at how quick this one seemed to build then crashed down. Left me wanting more.

    7. Awesome Read this book in 4 hours. It was such a good read and kept me more than entertained. I highly recommend.

    8. It was average. The story ended okay but wasn't something I will remember. The trilogy was written well just didn't have that excitement to keep me going.

    9. Inspiring storyInspiring trilogy of teenagers working towards rebuilding a world after an apocalyptic event The trilogy was thought provoking and very well written.

    10. A fitting endI refuse to post spoilers, but felt the characters stayed consistent, and the plot was good. I will read this author again.

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