The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Post-New York Edition by Christopher Hunter

The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Post-New York Edition

byChristopher Hunter

Kobo ebook | May 11, 2012

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After surviving an epic and far-reaching tragedy that claimed his future, his girlfriend, his family, and even his hometown of New York City, Martin Jacob finds himself alone and on an abandoned hotel rooftop. Without a clue where to go and start anew, he faces the task of navigating a different and dangerous world, with only a gun, a hunting knife, and four bags of supplies and food.

Dr. Carl Russell and his wife, Mary, lived a very busy and normal life in Keene, New Hampshire. They ran a NHC Health Clinic, and they were prepared for a busy day on payroll Friday. Then a couple of government officials came to pay them a visit. And soon, the doctor and his wife discover that their normal and busy life will never be the same.

Melinda Gunaji Henderson was home from her first year at Penn State. She was looking forward to a party on Sunday, July 29, 2068. But when she walks into the living room on Awareness Day, the day before, it becomes clear that a party will be the least of her concerns.

"The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Post-New York Edition" is the rest of Martin's epic tale of survival. At times funny, at times heartbreaking, and at times action packed, this book will take the reader on an unforgettable journey across a boldly re-imagined America.

Title:The Days and Months We Were First Born- The Post-New York EditionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 11, 2012Publisher:Christopher HunterLanguage:English

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing Book 1 of this trilogy pulled me in with beautiful writing and storytelling in its opening pages. The remainder of Book 1 kept my interest with real emotion and plenty of action, leaving me eager for books 2 and 3. Unfortuneately, Book 2 was just plain dull. I never felt a conbection to the characters nor did their circumstances make me feel for them in any way. There were precious few events occurring that even made the story interesting. The first half of Book 3 was similarly as disinteresting as Book 2. The story became more interesting in the last 5 chapters of Book 3. The reader was provided with the type of intensity and action that was expected throughout the series. By this time though, it was too little too late
Date published: 2014-11-17