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He creates a post-apocalyptic world where nothing survives unchanged but our intrepid little band and the food and water they fortuitously manage to keep finding.
My main problems with this story are as follows.
1. Radiation exposure doesn't do what he describes in his story, not even close. It destroys DNA it does not rewrite it nor is it selective in who or what it affects said affects being cumulative.
2. The character's are at best one dimensional. The lead, Nash, is already to die to be with his dead wife when he hears a voice in his head telling him to go west. (Not that annoying song) There's no promise of salvation or absolution no real reason to do so but off he pops anyway (sort of like the stand without the reason) And this is where it all starts to fall down. Nash and his crew aren't affected by the rampant radiation, toxins, diseases etc that affect everything else apart from bottled water, trees and plant life at obligatory campsites... strangely as well tyres are looted for fuel but not the fuel itself which seems to be sitting in abundance waiting for our heroes to come siphon. We won't go into the fact that fuel, left standing for anytime tends to break down and become useless even under the best of conditions.
And herein lies one of the main problems. The author creates the world sets the rules then promptly ignores them when they get in the way of the story. Lazy story telling. You create the parameters, stay in them!
All of this could be forgiven had the story been exciting enough to hold attention sadly not the case. The plot is weaker than cheap tea, makes no real sense and the creations seem to be more for gross out than anything.Read more ›
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