Friday, June 23, 2017

#Review: THUNDER WELLS by Terry W Ervin II

  5 of 5 stars

I've been a fan of Mr. Ervin ever since I read his first book, "Flank Hawk." Mr. Ervin is a talented author who bring to life what Earth would be like if we were attacked by a advanced technological alien species. The hero, Jack Fairbanks, is a college student in Ohio when the invasion is launched. Teaming up with another survivalist, Jack learns the basic of living in this new apocalyptic world. His territory is a park east of the city and he and a sometimes partner Lucia defend it against aliens as well as roving human gangs. Supplies, food and medicine are scarce and Jack has a stash hidden that others will die for trying to capture it. When the remnants of the US Army ask for his supplies and his help, Jack and Lucia, embark on a secret and dangerous mission to save the nation from the alien Mawks.

Mr. Ervin pulls no punches with this realistic story. Soldiers are lost along the way and Jack must come to grips with the reality of battling for his life every moment of every day. The story is a stark reminder of what life would be life if an alien species attacked with EMP waves. Pampered living as we know would evaporate in an instant. Jack is a fighter--he'll fight to protect his friends, he'll fight for the Army and he'll fight to save the world from the invading Mawks. Once you start this story, you'll want to read it all the way through. An absolutely excellent read and fans of science fiction will definitely enjoy this book.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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