Jon...A Desperate Prequel

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
In the latest prequel to Desperate Times you are introduced to Jon. With the world unraveling around them, Jon and his friend, Kyle, find themselves at a crossroads. People are already looking at the world in a different way; very much aware that everything they take for granted is about to disappear, perhaps forever. Goodbyes need to be said, but is there enough time before things get desperate?
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Words: 4,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452366272
About Nicholas Antinozzi

Nick lives in Minnesota and spends as much time as he can writing. He believes that the literary envelope has been pushed too far and he prides himself on writing things a grandmother, or even a young teenager might stumble across, and read from cover to cover without blushing.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on June 28, 2016 :
Jon lives with his partner Kyle and the two get involved in a food dare bet in their local bar with a bunch of thugs.

Um, what was this about? I will have to discuss the full plot here to explain why I didn't greatly like it. Firstly, I didn't see the point of the whole food bet thing as it had nothing to do with the economic collapse or anything. I just found it a bit puzzling. Taking the time to introduce Kyle, who I liked, only to say that he is leaving Jon to be with his family rather than admit to being gay and staying with him. So what is the point to any of it really? Disappointing.

This prequel is an introduction to characters that I assume will feature in the first full novel in the series. I'll decide on whether to read the novel when I finish the sequels. At the moment I'm really unsure about whether or not I like the characters enough to gamble on reading the novel.
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Review by: John Davis on March 13, 2011 :
an entertaining read
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Sep. 10, 2010 :
Great story. I was so engrosed I wasn't even looking for typos.
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