Armageddonville -Book Two

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
When writer Thomas Sullivan discovered his fiancee's infidelity he left his life behind to hunker down in his mountain cabin for several weeks, with only his dog Sterling for company. It is only after he returns from his self-imposed seclusion that he realizes that while he was trying to shut the world out, the world ended, and he missed it. More

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About Jay El Mitchell

I am a carbon-based life form who has been on this planet for 30 years. I live near the beach (east coast) and enjoy it, primarily after sunset. I am lactose intolerant but love ice cream. Upon my death I plan to be cremated, with half of my ashes thrown directly into Nancy Graces's unsuspecting face (I have a curse in the works) and the other half kept in an old condiment jar in the back of the pantry.

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jlspert reviewed on July 25, 2014

Still loving this series, I will be starting part 3 shortly. I adore the characters, they are well developed individually, they have an interesting dynamic, and the story flows very well.
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Tmeyer reviewed on July 24, 2014

I have enjoyed "Dead Rock" and the first three books of "Armageddonville" and I am looking forward to the fourth! The characters are well developed and I love the implied humor woven throughout Jay El Mitchell's writing. I will definitely continue to read her books.
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tabitha weaving reviewed on July 4, 2014

This series continues to be good. I really like the dark humour woven into it, but my favorite parts are still the characters. Can't wait to meet mason, lol!
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RJWilliams reviewed on June 17, 2014

I am really enjoying this series. Book two picks up perfectly where book one ended. I really don't want to wait for the next book, hope its published soon. G
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