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  • through many fires

    i enjoyed the book from start to finish,if and when you read this book than you must read his next book a time to endure.

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  • Different angle

    Well without giving spoilers this book was certainly a surprise from what I expected. I am not sure if that makes it good or perhaps my tastes are a little different. In either case I do recommend giving this a whirl but get used to a bit of a jump here and there like a fly buzzing around. I am buying the second book because it is worth it to see the coninuation.

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  • Wonderful reading experience.

    Good writing, good story line, good characters. Good book.

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  • Through Many Fires

    A great read with action with everly turn of thd age. The sad truth is that you could feel it might just happen in real life it really makes you think I would reconmend this book to every one who lves a great read

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  • Through Many Fires: a review

    King Pin Thriller Writer Kyle Pratt's new series, Strengthen What Remains, begins with Through Many Fires - the title referring to the book's block-buster start, when a Chinese/North Korean nuclear bomb campaign against several major North American cities is followed by anarchy and chaos, intended to lay the foundations for a hostile Asian takeover of the US Government.. Main protagonist Caden Westmore, an Army Veteran, works as chief of staff for Senator Stevens, though neither is present in Congress when the first bomb is detonated there. He's a heroic character, as one would expect in this genre. Emotionally he seems rather shallow; for example, his fiancee Becky who works for the FBI is tragically killed by another bomb blast in Atlanta, yet Caden seemingly only grieves for her for two days (despite her supposedly having been his 'soulmate'), before making a move on the mysterious refugee Maria, who saves Caden (in a nice reversal of heroic roles), when he's attacked by survivalists he encounters after rescuing an orphaned baby he calls Adam and immediately forming a 'family' unit. Another odd fact is the way in which, despite not being a parent before, Caden seems to know just what to do and where to get the necessities of life for young babies (eg diapers and formula etc), in the midst of the civil war fomented by bands of survivalists and marauding looters. We never hear Maria's point of view about situations that arise, or learn what led to her being isolated from family, colleagues etc when she and Caden met. Why do Maria, Adam and Caden go straight to Oregon to be with his family, assuming that any of them survived? Isn't anyone elsewhere worried about her? (Nice twist that Caden's sister shoots him, before realising who the new arrivals are, by the way!). Although it doesn't need to be graphic, why are there no details of people horribly sick, dead or dying from either the blast, or the nuclear fallout/radiation poisoning? And lastly, why was it necessary to have an abrupt ending - is it to encourage readers to buy Book 2 - A Time To Endure? - Book 1's good enough to do that!

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