tumbles into the sea
author of One Second After.
has anyone read this? thumbs up?
I've read all three in the series and all of them are thumbs up, in my opinion. I like how they help me to look at where I'm at and think about possible preparations for any what-ifs.
I read the two reviews on iBooks and they were both negative. I seem to remember reviews here stating his third book in the One Second After trilogy was poorly written, as well.
I did enjoy Pillar to the Sky and Day of Wrath, though.
"I'm yet another resource-consuming kid in an overpopulated planet, raised to an alarming extent by Hollywood and Madison Avenue, poised with my cynical and alienated peers to take over the world when you're old and weak!" - Calvin, "Calvin & Hobbes"
I gave my copy of Day of Wrath to a couple teachers. Both started training in Krav Maga and got firearms training, along with their CCW. One was a third grade teacher, the other was a 5th grade teacher.
The Day of Wrath gave me nightmares because that is exactly what I am expecting them to do.
Have to correct myself. For whatever reason, I thought "48 Hours" was one of the "One Second After Trilogy". It isn't, so I haven't read this one. Disregard my previous post.
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There was a recent karma of 48 Hrs in the lounge.
I was the third winner and just sent it off to #4.
Reach out to member Hambony - perhaps he'll make you winner #5!
There are, it has been said, two types of people in the world. There are those who, when presented with a glass that is exactly half full, say: this glass is half full. And then there are those who say: this glass is half empty. The world belongs, however, to those who can look at the glass and say: What's up with this glass? Excuse me? Excuse me? This is my glass? I don't think so. My glass was full! And it was a bigger glass!
tumbles into the sea
^ that's a good deal. already have the kindle though so i'm good. thanks.
I'm about halfway through it. If you liked his other stuff, you'll probably like this. It's in his typical vein.
Mired in the muck of the masses, them asses.
"We're all travelers in this world. From the sweet grass to the packing house. Birth 'til death. We travel between the eternities."
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