Book Review: Sky1 – Post-Apocalyptic Thriller, by William Amerman

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Are you a fan of post-apocalyptic works? Can you imagine a barren world, just behind the verizon? Then you will be at home with the generation-x work, Sky1 – Post-Apocalyptic Thriller, by William Amerman. This close to the edge, life-like account of a world torn apart in the midst of a global pandemic,  follows Nick Burke, the story’s protagonist 700 years into the future, a time depraved, and utterly diseased. Follow Nick, his wife, and son, and a mixed-bag cross-section of humanity, who seek higher ground and refuge from the planets pestilence. This book is a fast-paced, thrill ride, and written much in the styling of Hunger Games. Nick must not only endeavor his family and followers out of harm’s way, but discover the true scourge of humanity, the evil vices each of us soothingly retain, and in doing so, try and determine if he can in fact trust anyone he has come to know and rely on, while on this hellish journey to reclaim the world as they once knew it to be.

The true malady of this story, was in my ability to not put it down! This book is a spring must-read for post-apocalyptic genre fans!

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