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    Unique take on the post apocalyptic

    I enjoyed this. It’s a unique take one the genre. More character and less war. I enjoyed it, a possible pre cursor to fallout maybe ? Either way, if you’re looking for a good post apocalyptic read that not just all gore, I recommend it
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    Good Read

    Well written. Well thought out. Much better than a lot of the post apocalyptic books I've been reading lately.
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    The Postman

    Was a great read, and throughout was kept on the edge of my seat. Vivid imagery and characters .
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    4 stars

    This story hooked me from the very beginning and never let go. What starts as road-trip-style plot (only with the emphasis on survival) grows into a philosophical question. More than one, in fact. And the surprise subplot that occurs does so in an interesting way, more by second-hand afterthought than direct experience. A great flawed protagonist who faces an acceptance of duty, and a look into what a post-apocalyptic society scrapes by as. It also helps that the setting is the area of America I'm most familiar with too... Really enjoyed it.
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