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Jeffrey Zweig II studied screen/creative writing at Indiana University and Indiana State University.
He placed in Semi-Finals for the 13th Annual Fade In screenplay competition and made Official Selection for Cinema City Film Festival for his screenwriting.
He seeks to entertain, and on some level, enlighten from his new home in Austin, Texas.
on April 28, 2012 :
I received this book for free, in exchange of an honest review, through the Making Connections group. Get your copy here
What I liked about the book:
the atmosphere of the world after the war-nobody knows whom to trust
the presence of religion in such a world-the book had its share of devout men and the nutcases who killed in the name of religion
I loved how confused Vincent was, regarding his cyborg-ness. He didn't know whether he was alive or had died when they decided to replace parts of him with machine!
James' character-his cocky attitude and the humor he brought to the story made him like him a lot.
What I did not like:
there was almost no humor in the book. I mean I get it that this was supposed to be a serious story but a little humor would have gone a long way.
the events individually were good to read about but they didn't come together like one big story.
the romance between Cass and Caleb felt forced. I also didn't like Cass' character at all. She felt too inhuman and unfeeling to me.
(review of free book)