Death Got No Mercy (The Afterblight Chronicles Book 4)

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Death Got No Mercy isn't the most complicated of the books, b The Afterblight Chronicles are a largely unconnected series of books by different authors, that are all set in a world where everyone who isn't of the 'O' blood group has died in what is usually refereed to as the Cull. Fired up for books! The Bookseller , 3 September Cade didn't exactly care about people, but one of the people he most cared about was in trouble and he'd help out if he could. BZ George rated it liked it Mar 18, Get an immediate offer.

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Death Got No Mercy

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I didn't know what to expect when reading the book. Now don't get me wrong I love post-apocalypse as a a genre, and I can jive with the idea that the survivors tend to be a bit over the top in order to, ya know, survive. This is my first experience with Al Ewing and it is apparent that he has quite a vicious streak in him, describing some rather brutally shocking events.

However, without those spontaneous explosions of raw violence, the story, in the end, was fairly standard in regards to a post apocalyptic tale that felt uneven in its pacing. You have the redneck ambushes, the crazy priest with his growing cult, and the main character who must trudge through the violent chaos to retrieve medicine for his female love interest or she will inevitably die. Not exactly groundbreaking stuff here, but Ewing has a knack for penning credible action sequences and putting his protagonist through the very tunnels of a painful hell.

I was surprised at the number of typos the book had, especially since the last Abaddon title I read had only a couple, if that. I never understand why simple mistakes are left in a book - a short book at that - since all you need to do is read over the material once before it goes to the printer. The ranting of the main character's imaginary friend was grating on the nerves and the constant religious speeches by an equally annoying preacher made this a tough book to finish at times.

The personality of Cade, the protagonist, is the only reason to keep reading. He's a layered, ultra-violent character that lives by his own harsh rules in a land of chaos. And although his actions are certainly barbaric, you begin to discover that there is a twisted, heroic method to his madness. While I can't quite give this a recommendation, apocalyptic fanatics should enjoy it.

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