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  • Not good

    I read and liked all his other books. This was going well until it just ended..... Save your money. I want the rest of the story free

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  • CRIMSON PHOENIX

    An excellent read and what I expected from this author. The characters were well developed and immersed you in their story and actions. A few spelling errors noted throughout the book. I enjoyed this story and look forward to the next book in this new series. I have read every book you have written. Keep on writing John!

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  • Great premise and story

    This starts with a very big idea:what happens to the survivors of a nuclear war? this is a dark subject, but it is not a dark novel. Action packed with a strong cast of characters. I enjoyed it and look forward to the series.

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  • Dark. Dystopian. Deserving of a read.

    Oh my gosh...a new series by John Gilstrap. I was enthralled from the first page! A widowed mother of three teen boys, Congresswoman Victoria Emerson hears the words she never thought she would, Crimson Phoenix. On the verge of nuclear war, the congresswoman is taken to a bunker but her boys are not allowed entrance. She resigns and heads out with two of her boys to pick up the third. What was is not important anymore. What is, is what's important now. The Emerson family have hunting, scavaging, and some prepper skills. They've made a plan for a place to meet if something happens. Everyone should have a plan. With no communication, police, and pretty much an everyone for themselves mentality, Vicky and her family, along with the military men who came to take her to the bunker, work together with others for the benfit of them all. This can be a very dark read, but I can't wait for more in this series. It was a 'can't put it down' book for me.

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  • Great read

    Very good read, hard to put down. Can hardly wait for the next book.

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