Post Apocalyptic Fiction Book Review – No Easy Hope

Posted: September 7, 2012 in Quotes and Books
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I just finished reading No Easy Hope – By James N. Cook on my kindle.  This is the first book in a two part series and combines elements of post apocalyptic fiction and zombies into a very enjoyable read.  The book is approximately 404 pages and on my ratings scale of 1 – 10 I give this book a 9 as it kept me entertained and interested, contained a minimum of typos and was interesting enough to get me to want to read the sequel.  The following is the book description from the Amazon website.

My name is Eric Riordan. Once, I was a wealthy man leading a comfortable, easy life. Then my old friend Gabriel told me how the world would end. Gabriel tried to help me. He taught me everything he learned as a Scout Sniper in the Marine Corps. All the hard lessons from years spent in the sand choked battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. I did everything I could to prepare. I thought I was ready. I was wrong.

When the Outbreak came, it destroyed everything. The dead rose to consume the living, and all that mankind spent so many millennia working to build was laid to waste in a matter of months. The undead spared no one, leaving only ashes and death in their wake.

For those of us still alive, every single day is a struggle. In spite of the danger, and the darkness, I still believe there is a chance that the human race can rebuild. If I can make my way North and enlist Gabriel’s help, maybe we can find enough people to start over again. It won’t be easy, though. I have to make my way across the ruins of the old world, and along the way my will to live, my humanity, and my very soul will be tested.

I have food, I have a pickup truck, and I have my trusty rifle. Most importantly, I have hope. Hope is a powerful thing, but I will need much more than that if I am to survive the dead.  This is the beginning. This is my story. 

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Comments
  1. FullOfSMyLES says:

    Sounds pretty entertaining… Might have to pick it up

  2. clayzmama says:

    Ordered the book and it is at the house…..and I’m at the “other” house. 😦 But….can’t wait to read!

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