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This is an EMP story about bad guys and good people. It was OK but not spellbinding. I found several things implausible that shadowed it somewhat. Max the 17 year old son of Sara and Landon hides in a closet while his mother fends off attackers! REALLY! My son wouldnt do that no matter how many times he was told to or what age he was. Max only listens to his mother, not his father. Sara and husband Landon dont have a good relationship. I really hate to get inside the heads of the bad guys. In this book you do. Why is that necessary? In real life you would not know why those people were attacking you and you would have to act without knowledge but on instinct. All the people in this book are messed up emotionally except the tow truck driver. I liked him.
I read Jack Hunt before and finally got to Book 1, All That Remains, after reading Books 2&3. A rather simplistic plot and action descriptions at the 8th grade reading level. Cardboard characters. Improbable action. Vicious characters appear out of nowhere. The novel reads like a prose comic book or video game. The narration is confusing, jumping from one location to another. Author doesn't bother to signpost the new locations, leaving the reader to wonder who and what is going on for the first few paragraphs. Is he playing with the reader? Hmm. Annoying. It may be helpful to the reader to make a list of characters for each location. Also, Author should identify which book it is in the series. Note: "ground" is outside a building. "Floor" is inside a building. Get it?
Although there are some minor errors as far as the time line goes. Was a good read. Took me about 4 hours to read. Surprised that it was that short. Still, for the money, it's a good read. Thanks to the Author.