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With the arrival of the spring planting season, all Tav and his cadre of badass warrior women want to do is farm work and stockpile supplies. But in a lawless world, there isn’t a moment to rest. 

New rivals and organizations are emerging, and scarce resources are at a premium. Tav and his ladies will have to put down their plowshares and pick up swords and sniper rifles once again.

©2020 Eric Vall (P)2020 Eric Vall

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I just don't get it ..

I am really struggling to understand the rational the author presented in this book regarding Brody. The team has no qualms about killing whole groups of people whose only "crime" was attempting to steal stuff or be about scavenging like they are. However, Brody is all of a sudden given a mental health "pass" after killing a truck full of innocent women... It just makes no sense at all, especially how the team reacted afterward. It is beyond irresponsible and unbelievably dangerous to not only leave him alive but to also snub him and give him a reason to resent the team when he has obviously been looking into where they are living... ugh

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So Disappointed

This series has been one of my favorites up till now. I knew that things were starting to go sideways when "He who was too much of a threat to ignore" made his debut in the last book. However the ending of this book killed the faith I had in the main Character's abilities to do what needs to be done in a world Without Law.
Any person who threatens the safety of inoccent people needs to be ended one way or another or else they will continue to do so.
Is Tav such a person to leave such a person alive and with so much power over the life and wellbeing of so many people. I am very disappointed in the actions of our Characters and the Direction of the story.

And given the strategic importance of The Fort and the Refinery does it not occur to anyone that "He who was too much of a threat to ignore" is going to be a major player in the region and a deadly enemy to leave alive.

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Ummm.... confusing ending. No progression. Grrrrr.

Well everything about this review is a spoiler soooo.....


So um nothing really happens in this book to further the story line in any way really and its a shame because this series is one of my favorites of Eric vall. But I just don't get the way they didn't kill Brody I mean they taked about it several times in the book like it was a forgone conclusion. I mean they killed the 3 trucks full of guys at the beginning with out even knowing if they were bad ppl but not brody. They killed the canables and they for shur had a mental illness but not brody. And I mean they said they will never see him again but the last two books they have been so concerned about fuel and brody controls the fuel how will they not see him again? There are just so many holes in the caricatures personalities in this one. And besides the brody thing literally nothing happens in this book to further the main groups plot line. Radio broadcast...... nothing new. Fuel issues....... nothing new. North Korea plot..... nothing new.
Ps. Why was this one the standard length it feels like it was missing about 7hr more of content based on the previously mentioned issues.

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Worst in series

So much forced and unnatural drama.
Unnecessary page fluff.

Massive plot-armor moments where the bad guys acted just the way necessary for the good guys to win.

Multiple times where everything was just on pause till the main character had their "Oh yeah!" moment.

The characters unable to make the most obvious logical connections.

Overall just irritating lazy writing.

Not sure if I'll continue the series after this debacle.

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Love this series!

This series has had me from the start and the more that goes on the more you fall in love with the characters.

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great series

this is my favorite of all of Eric Vall's series, love the characters and the narration is superb.

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Great book

I just love this series. It just seems so real. The characters are great and continue to grow and evolve. I can’t wait for the next book.

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Missing something

I love this series but this one seems to be a filler with nothing grab on too. The pacing is so fast, for every move the team makes it seems to leave out the rational thought process and concludes with me thinking what just happened.

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F**k this author.

Letting Tavs buddy live is the laziest plot device in history. And the discussion about it not being right to kill a mentally ill murderer is ludicrous. This is the apocalypse. Brody is a threat. He should never have been allowed to live. There is no excuse for writing this stupid. It's like a terrible B movie plot. I have forgiven a LOT of technical inaccuracies for the fun of this series, however, I give up. I will not be purchasing or reading any further. And if this series is an indication of the author's skill and philosophy, I will be sure to avoid him altogether in the future.

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Oooh the build...

I’ve become a fan of these series and for the most part can be captivated by the variety of conflicts versus solutions. I was hoping to move past the Brody conflict. Tav and his team have no problem killing someone for trespassing, stealing and obvious murder. Allowing him to live on semantics is disappointing especially after this last travesty. Great story otherwise.

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  • 11-25-21

another great story with some niggles

as ever the narrators do a fantastic job - chris and jess are phenomenal in bringing the characters to life and their range is amazing.


the story itself doesn't progress the overall world arc too much and is more of a scene setter for the next wave i feel - setting up new antagonists. but it fleshes the world out a little more.

it does stretch things though - another big gang who treat women as slaves.... where did they come from? howd they get so effective? each gang seems a copy of the ones that came before and hopefully the next book will explain how the drug dealera came out of nowhere and became such a threat.

the only other niggle is as others have raised - the protagonists have murdered others for just looting near them OR seeking shelter in desperation. but they bend over backwards to spare a different character. i can chalk it up to some sort of loyalty but it feels a little forced to set this guy up as a new enemy.

however - the emotion and thoughtfulness it brings up is good and the rest of the book serves a purpose as a bridging piece to setup the next few as the world develops more.