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Veronica L. Smith
4.0 out of 5 starsKeep the series going!
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2020
I wanted to love this book as much as the first but I just couldn't. Things happened in it that I can't mention here without giving away any spoilers. Those are linked to another series that I haven't read so that may be the reason but personally I just felt didn't belong in this series. I still loved this book but was distressed to see the same punctuation issues; namely the possessive apostrophes in the entire book. Not as bad as the first book but still quite a bit. So again, I had to give it a 4 star. I'm still eager for the third book and I really hope the punctuation issues are fixed.
Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2019
This group of child survivors with their animals intrigued me when Jesse came across them in the Zombie Road series. The first Feral Children book was great and I quickly bonded with the characters. This book is well written and a good story of figuring out how to survive, suffering setbacks and losses, and how threats need to be handled. It's a gruesome story folks.
This book has the best described battle scenes ever; and there I am, right in the middle of it with all the characters! Gordon is even more malevolent then he was in Book 1. The hearts and characters of each child and their chosen companions are well established in this book, evidenced by their actions and conscious efforts to be just but fair. I’m jumping right in to Book 3 to share the adventure of their trek to Oklahoma in search of Lakota.
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2019
I was thrilled to see this book. Loved the last one so much that I re-read it before I started the next one. These feral children and their animals are no joke. It was scary and sad at times but very good for the soul to read about the moral compass the children held onto. Highly recommend.
Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2020
This series just keeps getting better and better. The story flows naturally and the action is fast paced.. There are sad times with the gang lead by Gordon and happy toes as the group learns to survive. David Simpson and Wesley Norris have done an amazing job in telling the story of the Feral Children and their animal friends. Can’t wait for the next installment.
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2020
I love this series, I can't wait for the next installment. The character development is great, the animals each have an individual personality....you can feel the emotion as you read. Please hurry up and finish the next book!
5.0 out of 5 starsA post apocalyptic Jungle book. ...with a giraffe
Reviewed in Germany on December 22, 2019
The Jungle book is the only one that comes in mind as a possible comparacy term. The spirit of the children is pure, closer to the animal spirit and this is why this bond was possible. This is the kind of story that will raise allot of questions in readers of all ages. Could I o that ? Would I be so brave ? Children are seen in our society as weak and in need of help and protection, but this book shows us that our cubs can be so much more! Under pressure they turn to diamonds! A story that sounds wonderfully unbelievable and could turn into a legend. I want to believe that this scenario could happen in a real apocalypse...
Really enjoyed reading the second book in this series. I'm not one for giving spoilers in my reviews and that's not going to change, but love that the authors don't hesitate to take things down different paths. Cannot wait to read book 3 when it finally makes it to print. Brilliant