Addict of the Wasteland (Wasteland, #0.5) by Jon Cronshaw – Review

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4 Stars

An excellent post-apocalyptic about a drug addict.  This is a fairly short read, but it keeps you engaged throughout.  I hope another book will be coming soon with Abel in it.  I  did feel that more description could have been added.

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Host and Other Post-Apocalyptic Stories by Jon Cronshaw

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5 Stars

These short stories are great to read while waiting for the bus, or on your coffee break.  The characters in these stories, although short, can be incorporated into future stories.

Choose Freedom (The Boston Brahmin #6) by Bobby Akart – Review

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4 Stars

Choose Freedom is the conclusion to the Boston Brahmin series.  Fast paced and another edge of your seat read.  Although this is the last Boston Brahmin book, I feel that not everything was resolved within the series.  For instance will the ‘former president’ finally stand down? Or will it cause a civil war?

With the way the current political and economical divides are in this country, I can envision something like this happening. I can only hope that I am prepared to survive it.

False Flag (The Boston Brahmin #4) by Bobby Akart – Review

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5 Stars

Another outstanding read in the Boston Brahmin series.  This series is fast paced and will keep you on the edge of your seat.  False Flag delves into who was responsible for the nationwide power outage, and the ways a president could use an event like this to further his or her own political goals.

The definition of a false flag event is  “The contemporary term false flag describes covert operations that are designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them.”  (taken from Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag)