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The Rain - Part 1 (A Post-Apocalyptic Story) Kindle Edition
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The first few chapters really sets the mood for the rest of the book. We learn through the visually descriptive words of the misery that anyone still alive in this world has to endure. Its dark, wet and miserable. Everyday seems to show no escape from the Rain that is hampering their desire to feel the warmth and to experience a dry nights sleep.Read more ›
It seems to be an increasingly common thing, where people write novels in first person, basically because it's easier. You can repeat yourself, use incorrect English, use an easy range of vocab (in this case for a 16 year old), and you can get away with not much editing and not much skill, because what you're writing is supposed to be a kind of stream of consciousness.
Secondly, the whole idea of the rain covering most of the land is nonsense. There isn't enough water on Earth. If it did rain only in certain continents then that water could form huge inland lakes, but would eventually overflow and join the ocean. America would always have plenty of land remaining. And if there is more water being evaporated and constantly forming clouds then it could be argued that there would even be an overall fall in sea level. The scenario which is the basis for this story is very poorly thought through.
I will read almost anything, but this bored me silly.
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Found this really difficult to get into and no matter how many times I tried it did 't get any easier so was binned I'm afraid to sayPublished 12 months ago by Lostspirit67
Well written book. It kept me entertained throughout. I would recommend reading it.Published 19 months ago by andrew gowdy
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