The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Journey

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Martin Jacob and his new family must travel across a post-apocalyptic Midwest to find a new home in Texas. Will they make it?

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About Christopher Hunter

Christopher Hunter is 29 at the time of his first publication. He currently lives in Ellenwood, GA and will publish more titles in the months and years to follow.

Any comments are welcome. Please send to christopherhunterfiction@yahoo.com

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Review by: John M. Dow on Aug. 05, 2011 :
The author has created a rich and vibrant post-apocalypse world which is frighteningly plausible. In this concluding chapter of the trilogy, we get a glimpse into the landscapes and lifestyles of this world.

Extremely enjoyable - I'm looking forward to future titles from this author.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on July 17, 2011 :
The Days and Months We Were First Born; The Journey.
This promising author has out done himself with this trilogy of the Days and Months We Were First Born. The Journey is the third book of the series. It is a powerful story using colorful characters as they struggle through the end times of their existence and everything is destroyed by a virus and other disasters. The characters need to conform to an emerging post-apocalyptic world.

The United States is divided into new geography and has their obstacles to overcome; from lack of essential basics to fighting to survive gangs and hoodlums on a rampage. They travelled on the highways to seek for a place, a home to rebuild their lives again. The details of their journey of escaping their past and forging ahead into the future is full of suspense and adventure that keeps the reader compelled to turn the pages and see the conclusion of their mission. There is a mixture of raw human emotions, lust, violence, vulgar language and surprising events in the struggle to survive against the harsh elements of the new world which keeps the reader on their edge of their seat waiting for the next strategic movement as the characters have to think fast or risk losing their lives.

Find out in this thrilling conclusion to the "The Days and Months We Were First Born" trilogyā€¯

To review this author and his trilogy you can go to his website at http://www.christopherhunterfiction.com/ 4 stars for mature audiences.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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