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Hollow Towns Hollow Towns Ebook Author Ann Livi Andrews Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk The End Did Not Come Swiftly As Media And Literature Had Predicted There Was No Deadly Virus Released To Wipe Out Humanity There Was No Meteor On Course To Collide With Earth There Was No Biblical Flood Or Fire And Brimstone And There Was No Army Of The Undead To Rise Up Against The Living In Fact, No One Knew Where Or When It Began It Was Suspected To Have First Occurred In Some Remote Village Without The Means To Report What Was Happening Even When It Began To Be Reported, No One Understood What Was Happening, So No One Was Alarmed They Were Just Lightning Storms First Came A Thick, Gray Cloud Covering That Blocked Out The Entire Sky And All Light Then The Steady And Unending Drizzle Of Rain That Never Turned Into A Downpour, But Never Lightened Up Either Then There Were Reports Of Lightning But No One Took Notice After All, Who Cared About A Mild Storm It Wasn T Until The Cloud Bank Reached Spain, And Then France, That The Panic Began To Rise.

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  1. says:

    I would first like to note that it took me five days to read this which is quite impressive for me I was also deeply intrigued and deep into the story so it peaked my interest for the most part In the beginning the book read like most apocalyptic type books, characters hiding or running for shelter trying to escape a catastrophe or higher being from taking them We are introduced to Hannah who ends up losing her memory and picks the name Lucy where she adventures on her own and tries to sur I would first like to note that it took me five days to read this which is quite impressive for me I was also deeply intrigued and deep into the story so it peaked my interest for the most part In the beginning the book read like most apocalyptic type books, characters hi...


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    The towns might be hollow but certainly not this story What is happening to the people Why are they disappearing Why are the houses destroyed Who is doing it and why We ask ourselves these many questions andas we read Author Andrews keeps the readers in the dark until the end yet does it in the way that it s not irritating It s just makes us want to go faster, so we may learn what s hidden being all this and who are the culprits The book is divided in two parts The first describes The towns might be hollow but certainly not this story What is happening to the people Why are they disappearing Why are the houses destroyed Who is doing it and why We ask ourselves these many questions andas we read Author Andrews keeps the readers in the dark until the end yet does it in the way that it s not irritating It s just makes us wa...


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    Full disclosure I received a copy of this book as a beta reader for the purposes of providing critical feedback to the author prior to release The decision to review was my own.First of all, for anyone who read Beginnings, the stories told within are part of this, yes, but this is not a collection of shorts All together, this is a full length novel that jumps from character to character The basic premise is deceptively simple From the first pages, I was led to believe that this was going to Full disclosure I received a copy of this book as a beta reader for the purposes of providing critical feedback to the author prior to release The decision to review was my own.First of all, for anyone who read Beginnings, the stories told within are part of this, yes, but this is not a collection of shorts All together, this is a full length novel that jumps from character to character The basic premise is deceptively simple From the first pages, I was led to believe that this was going to be something of a standard post apocalyptic survival story In a way, it is, but in a bigger way, which I will not tell you about, it s muchthan that Each character has a unique and curious role to play as the w...


  4. says:

    After finishing this novel I would say the line from the author s website In the end it was never about us is very appropriate She does a great job of keeping the reader in the dark about things, while gently hinting not all is as it seems I ll admit this can be a bit frustrating, but it definitely kept me interested and coming back to readAnd isn t that...


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    Ms Andrews paints a bleak, gloomy tale that makes the reader shudder about the possible fate of our planet and humanity itself She introduces the story with suspenseful bits and hints with a slow yet effective pace. The story hooks the reader right from the start, revealing a writing style that is suitable to this reader and for other potential readers who like mystery, suspense, and a carefully woven plot that quickens as the plot unfolds Personally, I would like to know ho...


  6. says:

    I received an advanced review copy in exchange for an honest review The first quarter of this book was a little confusing for me, but once I figured out what was going on, it was a great read I never felt like I had or wanted to put it down.


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    The apocalyptic post apocalyptic genre has really spiraled a bit out of control lately what with all the zombie movies and strange science fiction y wasteland adventures that are out there for audiences consumption This sort of story doesn t feel quite as tired as other narrative types, but there s certainly enough of it out there for it to be arguably overdone That said, the...


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    In my experience, one of the most rewarding parts of being an indie author has been meeting and interacting with other indie authors, both in person and online It was through one of these interactions that I came across Hollow Towns by Ann Livi Andrews, the creator of the Support for Indie Authors group on Goodreads I was immediately intrigued by the book s premise and deciding to read it was a no brainer Hollow Towns is the story of the end of the world, told from the points of view of both t In my experience, one of the most rewarding parts of being an indie author has been meeting and interacting with other indie authors, both in person and online It was through one of these interactions that I came across Hollow Towns by Ann Livi Andrews, the creator of the Support for Indie Authors group on Goodreads I was immediately intrigued by the book s premise and deciding to read it was a no brainer Hollow Towns is the story of the end of the world, told from the points of view of both those trying to survive the end of days and those who brought it about This particular apocalypse comes in the form of dark storm clouds that leave whole cities destroyed, abando...


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    At first this novel seems to be a post apocalyptic story, but as the story progresses it feltlike science fiction The story is well written, well paced and is told through multiple viewpoints For most of the novel I didn t have much idea of what was going on, but that drove me to read on However, I think the story would ve been stronger if the reader was givenbackstory and shown the viewpoint of those behind the disappearance of Earth s population Nevertheless, this story is uniq At first this novel seems to be a post apocalyptic story, but as the story progresses it feltlike science fiction The story is well wri...

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