The Last Survivors Box Set: The Complete Post Apocalyptic Series by Bobby AdairSeveral times in my life, when having finished an outstanding book or series, Ive gone right back to the first page in the first book and reread the entire story. This is one of those exceptional stories. I wish i could give it more than five stars. When reading the individual books as they are published, the wait in between books always causes some confusion and delay in getting back up-to-speed. Reading a boxed set like this eliminates that problem and enables a much more enjoyable experience. I have to say that these two authors, Bobby Adir, and Tyler Piperbrook, do their readers a great service by including a summary of the previous events at the start of each book. This enables new readers starting in the middle, as well as loyal readers who have waited for the next book an opportunity to get caught up very quickly.
If youre looking at this boxed set, you likely have an idea of the storyline. If not, I strongly encourage you to read the authors summary. They do a much better job giving you an overview than any reviewer could.
Review by THE HOLEY ONE
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Before Mad Max: Fury Road came along to complicate things, one question that always troubled the post-Apocalypse film genre was what happens to the women? Not the Tank Girls, not the Aunty Entitys - the colonies we sometimes glimpse on the sidelines, skinny mothers and children huddled by the dusty roadside, rifles at the ready, in A Boy And His Dog. How do they survive? What stories are hidden among them? They, after all, are the only real hope for the future that these remnants of humanity might have. The Last Survivors previously known as The Well tells one such story.
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Ten years after rain ceases to fall, this setting in Oregon has turned into a dry wasteland. Survivors spend their time desperately trying to locate enough water to stay alive and avoiding hostile scavengers. Kendal takes care of fellow orphan Dean, who is near death from kidney failure. Her friend Gabriel, who lives on a nearby farm, urges her to join him, but she refuses to abandon Dean. One day, after hearing a cry for help on their two-way radio, Kendal leaves to assist the caller. She finds that it is a trap to ensnare the family's neighbors.