Haven: The Beginning

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Haven: The beginning, A short novella about a community that adapts to surviving and living in a post Zombie apocalypse world. They learn to adapt to a world without most modern conveniences and understand their enemy the Zombie in order to survive. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 8,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458032089
About Jeff Ping

Retired RF engineer, currently living in Northern California. My interests include writing post apocalyptic novels and working with my hands. When writing I find the most difficult thing for me is editing. I free flow write, so I am visualizing the scenes and action as I write so I have to edit and re-write with detail what I see in order to allow the reader to see it as well. I also enjoy light construction, welding and machining. I have restored motorcycles and cars. My hobbies other than writing give me at least some degree of comprehension of the difficulties that would be encountered if you were required to build, construct, or forage for everything you needed.

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Review by: Haneen Ibrahim on July 28, 2014 :
I liked this small book. I have nothing to add to what previous reviewers said concerning formatting and editing. The story itself is fast and has a good action scene at the end but what I liked the most the sense of reality, it's so plausible sometimes you think this can actually happen! shows the writer really knows what he's doing. Now I'll go read the next book in the series.
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Review by: Yllektra V. on June 07, 2011 : (no rating)
Fun read.
Fast and exciting, although, I have to admit I would have liked it more if it were a bit longer at times, because it would feel more complete.
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Review by: Martina on May 15, 2011 :
I like it! It catches your attention quickly and moves right along. My only suggests would be to format a little more like a book rather than big paragraphs as it would be easier to read and might flow better. The middle of the book seems a bit rough with sluggish wording/interchange, almost a little trite; but otherwise a fun read! Thanks. Keep it up!
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