Because it so close to the truth
Molly Ross then Halus
The author forgets his roll in the overall problems pointed out in the books, maybe he thinks he is Noah, but to me he is more like the father, but not as evil.
Not sure, on 2nd book and still scratching my head.
the main guy is trained and yet act kinda dopey
I'm having a problem with the main guy in the story, I like the premise, so all i'm saying is they should have spent some more on his training in people and negotiation skills, not killing people. One bad choice after another, and dig up your bunker for crap sake, maybe its cause I am in construction, but lame logic has made all things worse.
Tons of prep info and comon sence
By being a Sh*t reader and having rotten recording equip.
Yes,unless it was a High School film project like the narration sounded like a 6th grade reading class,
My advice is to try and imagine this as a survivors account while on the road and reading from his journal and from memory, (on very bad equip). This helps to get past the lack of professionalism.
By using this method, I'm actually on my second time through and enjoying the story.
Sh*t happens, people change
The people and how the government changes, very real.
Never turn your back on the government when you think it's dead...it's not.
Not to happy with the ending and the fantasy aspect of it. There was no warning that the story was going to head that direction.
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