Ever Onward 1 A.C.

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A deranged soldier shoots his wife at her place of work --- a secret chemical warfare lab in the California desert. His bullets not only shatter her and her co-workers, but viles of a new nerve gas that, once released into the atmosphere, unleases a plague that kills 80% of the world's population in a week.
Ever Onward is the story of those 20% that survived --- at least for a little while More
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About W.Wm. Mee

Wayne William Mee is a recently retired English teacher who enjoys hiking, sailing and walking his dog McDuff. But along with his wife Maggie, writing is his true love, the one he returns to to let his immagination soar.

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Review by: Jim Bade on March 15, 2012 :
Ever Onward was a fun read, plain and simple. Plain and simple also described the plot and characters. The story was reasonably well developed, though the characters were a bit underdeveloped. There were parts in the book that reminded me of a ghost story where the characters kept going back into the haunted house even though the ghosts told them to leave. Makes for some grand excitement, but you have to wonder how bright the characters are?

Technically there were a lot of simple flaws, like in the opening of the book where the military was flying a B-17, in modern times (a B-17 is a WWII aircraft), or the capabilities, or lack of capabilities, of some of the weapons, and the near manic nature of so many gone bad and so few remained good.

All those drawbacks aside, the book was an easy read, with lots of action, well written dialog, and interesting characters. Well worth a few hours of anyone’s time who has an interest in a post apocalyptic world.
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Review by: Rob Wright, Sr on May 29, 2011 :
I've read many "what if" and Survival adventure books and find that this book rates up and holds its own with writers like William H. Johnstones' Ashes Series. I throughly enjoyed reading it and have gotten and read the follow up to this and am awaiting the next book in the series.
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Review by: lolaker99 on May 26, 2011 :
Very good, book. It reminded me of Stephen King's The Stand. Great characters, many twists in the plot that made me want to keep reading. The one negative is the ending seemed so abrupt. The book had me thinking how I would act if I were in the same situation of most of the world's population killed and I was one of the few who survived.
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