True Survivor - The Seth Winston Story

Rated 4.50/5 based on 8 reviews
A deadly virus sweeps across the globe killing everyone in its path except Seth Winston, his wife and teenage daughter who are spared. See how they cope in an uninhabited world filled with nothing but silence and failing resources. As they watch the electricity, running water and every other modern day convenience disappear, they must somehow find a way to survive.
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Reviews of True Survivor - The Seth Winston Story by John Greenwood

wendyvegan reviewed on Sep. 6, 2014

Wow! Not what I expected at all. Turned out to be a really fun read. I was expecting anothe dark tale of gloom and doom but the author took it a whole different direction.Took me a little while to figure out the main character. The author made him so annoying but loveable at the same time
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Leah Lane reviewed on Feb. 1, 2014

I must have read a completely different book to the other reviewers. The lead character was one of the most irritating I have ever read. I kind of got that it was probably deliberate by the author - perhaps attempted irony but for me it didnt work at all. I guess that the author was trying to be funny but god, it was lame.

Basically the book consists of some fairly minor disasters (considering almost the entire population is gone) where the main character does nothing except look for cake. Does the author have issues with food?? The actual crisis was probably one of the most unrealistic I have ever read - civilization ends and they go bowling and eat chips - this isnt a statement though as the lead character seems to think it will all somehow work out all right. As long as he has cake and can go bowling, all is right with the world. Not realistic which is ok if author was going for some kind of statement. I really dont know what the author was trying to say - "stockbrokers are completely useless for anything worthwhile but like crap, tend to float to the top even when flushed??" - maybe that works as a theme.

Post apocalyptic is one of my favourite genres and I have read a LOT but this one was a major let-down.

This book was not witty, cute, exciting or anything that I look for in a good book. Dont think I will bother with the next one.
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Lionrhod reviewed on Jan. 28, 2014

Truly fun read. Seth is self abdorbed to the point you almost want to smack him, except that you can't help loving his dry wit and wanting to read more. And having read Fatal Decision, one of the authors' talents is that each protagonist is refreshingly unique. So glad to see there's a 2nd book.
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tomreynolds1973 reviewed on Jan. 9, 2014

Very cute.Loved it.
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jccoleman reviewed on Dec. 26, 2013

Love the idea...just read the second one too!
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jimmyfry1234 reviewed on Dec. 22, 2013

Very entertaining and fun read!
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Larry Thompson reviewed on Dec. 17, 2013

Great read. Love Seth Winston's wit!
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claus olsen reviewed on Dec. 17, 2013

Good story.
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