The Weak and The Damned

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The plague killed billions and changed others into something new. Those who have managed to remain healthy are often the prey of stronger, more ruthless, survivors. Captain Lawson is one of the few who is able to do more than simply stay alive, but everything he has built is threatened when a mysterious woman joins his nomadic group. More

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About Samuel Lee

I am a 30 something family man currently living in North Georgia who finds writing about myself in the third person unnerving. After returning home following my years in the United States Marine Corps I promised myself (and my family) that I would seriously pursue writing. In keeping with my personal and professional commitment I have published my first dystopia/horror short The Weak and The Damned. In addition to working on The Weak and The Damned series I am writing a few non-fiction books that chronicle my work from home business adventures. Also, I am deathly afraid of scorpions. Dealing with them in Afghanistan was a uniquely terrifying experience.

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Review by: Fionna Guillaume on Oct. 1, 2015 :
Amazing scenario with riveting characters in a not-so-distant dystopian world. I found the main character, a hardened military captain, absolutely fascinating. You detest him for the choices he makes, his cruelty and violence. And yet, you can't help but admire him for the tiny piece of civilization - of a sort - that he has carved out of disaster.
I have to say, the pacing of this book it tight, it has elements of horror and sexiness, and the mysterious woman's appearance leads to a twist I did not see coming. Short and well-plotted, this is definitely worth a read.
My rating would have been higher but for some small spelling and grammar errors that got in the way of my fully enjoying it. Still, a fast, intense, and worthwhile story. The characters stuck with me a long time.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
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