Human Nature

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Dawn Vincent had goals for her life; she delivered babies for a living and dreamed of having some of her own. That changed the day the fire rained down from the skies above. Over a year later, with the survivors of humanity scrambling to survive, Dawn established herself as a doctor who reminded those around her of what it means to be human and how very valuable even a single life can be. More

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Words: 64,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452480299
About Jason Halstead

Jason Halstead works by day as an IT Manager, developer, and database administrator. In his spare time Jason enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, writing, and competitive powerlifting.

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Review by: Jessie Field on Sep. 28, 2011 :
Via http://loveonthebookshelf.wordpress.com
This book had me at post-apocalyptic. I admit, I’m a sucker for post-apocalyptic stories whether they’re books, movies, or just a good yarn. Now, Human Nature didn’t have Kevin Costner, but it was still a really good story. The real theme in this book is growth. The human race is growing stronger against the aliens. As she works on patching people up, Dawn grows more confident in herself and her skills – both as a doctor and as a leader. And, an unexpected love grows between Dawn and ________. Well, I can’t give it away, can I? I'll keep it on my reader because I may go back to it later when I need a post-apocalypse fix and don’t feel like watching The Postman or Legend. I’d definitely recommend it to a friend – they just may need to get their own copy!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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