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Publisher's Summary

Henry never realized he was special. Sure, he’s an engineer who served his country, but when the virus hit, he found himself alone in a nearly empty world.

That’s the key, though: nearly empty. 

There’s no one left who has the technical know-how to make the world run again...except for Henry. For humanity to survive, he will have to rebuild society out of the motley crew of survivors. It might be impossible, but at the same time, Henry has always loved a challenge.

©2020 Simon Archer (P)2020 Podium Audio

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moves along quickly.

I enjoyed the story. pace was good and characters were quirky enough to keep me interested. I will purchase the next book. Sex scenes were not too graphic and fit in the story line well enough.

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  • Joshua Stinehour
  • 2021-02-27

Harem aspect is not for me. Otherwise very good

While I understood this was going to have some explicit sexual circumstances, I did not appreciate how much of the story would be deviated to the mantasy. It is not for me. Otherwise, I had a high opinion of the broader post-apocalyptic narrative. If you are fine with the mantasy, you will enjoy this book. If not, you will not.

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  • Jay
  • 2020-12-15

Wanted to like but ultimately did not,

Minor Spoilers,

Honestly really only one thing turned me off on this book and it was the character Jackie and her beliefs on the future. She tells the MC she expects to be with multiple guys to have babies from them all, or in other words to be a baby factory. I understand her reasoning behind that but it would never work given how few people remain. In order for a breeding program to work the remaining people worldwide would all have to gather. Additionally if they don't all gather they don't have enough people for all the women to be with child all the time and maintain the home. Cooking, cleaning, taking care of the livestock, farming and hunting are just a few examples of the work needing done daily, It will take many hands, both male and female hands in order to maintain the homestead.

That said book 2 is about a group of people taking women to use as breeding stock. This is exactly what Jackie.said she was ok with. However the MC and his women including Jackie are set against that which will end up causing a conflict between the 2 groups.

In theory a breeding program would be ideal to help populate the world again. Sadly there has to be enough people to diversify and given the scenario there just is not enough people for a program like that to work. Let's not forget the human factor, emotions! We know by our past arranged marriage don't really work. You really think children will fall into line and continue the breeding program?

Jackie and the premise of book 2 is just a major turn off so I won't be purchasing book 2 or continuing with this series.

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  • Ruth Bambrick
  • 2021-07-09

PHANTASIES

I guess everyone has phantasies, these must be the author's phantasies - to be drop dead gorgeous, with a body to kill for, good boy charm - you get the drift , AND more women survivors - all good looking in one way or another - than men.

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  • DCGrits
  • 2020-11-14

Ok

More about dude getting his perfect women harem in a SHTF situation. Why, when there isn’t a shortage of men, 3 women would choose to share one dude is beyond me. Perfects situation for a dude in an apocalypse. Story outside of that is just ok.

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  • Shawn
  • 2021-08-25

book sucks. some guys wet dream

dudes wet dream of having the best and forced survival with a cheerleader. i mqde myself to listen and its just a bad romance novel. 4 hours left in it and i cant. You know when your eating pistachios, and you save the shit looking ones for the end? You got the last one, and you bite into it, and its like a tree shit in your mouth. No more pistachios to clear that taste out, it is what it is, and you wash your mouth out with a drink. Thats pretty much how i feel with this book, been listening to a lot of books, and then burrrap, right on the tounge.

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  • 2021-01-05

Love this series!

A bit of a different take on post-apocalyptic genre. I enjoy the characters and the story. The narration is very well done.