A Word and A Bullet



Colt, Janie, And Damien Were Planning A Weekend At Zed Games When The Real Apocalypse Canceled Their Trip Now The Planet Is Trying To Kill Them Evacuation By Plane Is Less Than Successful The Piper Goes Down They Survive, Stranded Somewhere Up The East Coast With All The Gear They Could Ask For But No Idea Where To Go, And Natural Disasters Erupting In Every Direction.Colt Never Saw Himself As A Leader Now His Friends Are Turning To Him To Make Decisions, But He Can T Be Sure Of His Answers He S Used To Having One Foot In Two Worlds A Cherokee Living In Asheville, Three Quarters Nerd And One Sixteenth Responsible Adult But Never In Charge Now He Feels The Pressure To Keep His Friends Alive While The Planet Is Dying Janie, A Librarian, And Damien, Jack Of All Trades, Have Some Skills Between Them, But It May Not Be Enough.Scraping From One Disaster To The Next, Colt And His Friends Encounter Mab, A Punky Survivor On Her Way Back To A Safe Haven In The Canadian Wilderness She Invites Them To Tag Along Recruiting Some Horses From An Abandoned Farm, Colt, Janie, And Damien Charge Into The Post Civilized Unknown.A Word and A Bullet

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[BOOKS] ✯ A Word and A Bullet  ✹ Rachel Sharp – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 250 pages
  • A Word and A Bullet
  • Rachel Sharp
  • English
  • 20 August 2018

10 thoughts on “A Word and A Bullet

  1. says:

    I gave the first book four stars, so I m sorry to give this one only three Don t get me wrong, I enjoyed this book quite a bit Unfortunately, The new characters just didn t grab me the way Mab did Colt, Janie, and Damien were interesting, and Colt was a good viewpoint character I liked him, and he got a pretty nice character arc I just didn t see the growth in Colt that I saw in Mab I also didn t find their journey to relative safety as compelling I didn t feel the same intensity, or su I gave the first book four stars, so I...

  2. says:

    I really love this series Great characters, satisfying post apocalyptic action, and snarky dialogue The author also is one of the few dystopian writers who stays away from instalove and triangles I mean, really The entire world around you has changed and your only thought is how He had the bluest eyes I d ever seen She also doesn t feel that the apocalypse means everyone has turned into killers and cannibals except the MC.Finally, because I m a writer by trade technical writing it st I really love this series Great characters, satisfying post apocalyptic action, and snarky dialogue The author also is one of the few dystopian writers who stays away from instalove and triangles I mean, really The entire world around you has changed and your only thought is how He had the bluest eyes I d ever seen She also doesn t feel that the apocalypse means everyone has turned into killers and cannibals except the MC.Finally, be...

  3. says:

    Without my embarrassment, my sadness, my fear, what did I have left I closed my eyes What if the things I was trying to let go of were things I was supposed to carry What if they were all I had I read this for Ace Book Club a long while back, and it was a book of many firsts for me First book by Rachel Sharp but not last Phaethon review coming , fi...

  4. says:

    Caveat I started the series with this book first Additionally, I am friends with the author on Twitter That said, I won t be holding back my criticisms A Word and A Bullet by Rachel Sharp is a world crackingly good read, with funny characters, snappy dialogue, and an interesting take on life after everything goes to pot The tagline for the book should read LARPer GEEKS VS The WORLD And I don t want to spoil it for you, but I will say this for a post apocalypse tale, I hadfun taggi Caveat I started the series with this book first Additionally, I am friends with...

  5. says:

    Ok I give up It s not so much that the story is bad even though, really, it s far from a master piece but it s constantly stopped by ISSUES THE AUTHOR WANTS YOU TO KNOW ABOUT I mean, I appreciate the fact it brought up some problems usually ignored in this kind of setting, like if you re a woman with small feet or large I have no idea how US sizes work you ll never find a pair of shoes that fit in a small town store note that this doesn t prevent the characters to find that store two lin Ok I give up It s not so much that the s...

  6. says:

    I had a hard time getting through this book There s no plot other than survive while traveling through the post apocalyptic world , but that got repetitive and boring pretty quickly, because the characters basically just encounter a checklist of problems dangers that they always manage to get through relatively easily There s no real conflict between any of the characters, or any sort of relationship tension growth, and there really isn t much driving them either at first they don t have a de I had a hard time getting through this book There s no plot other than survive while traveling through the post apocalyptic world , but that got repetitive and boring pretty quickly, because the characters basically just encounter a checklist of problems dangers that they always manage to get through relatively easily There s no real conflict between any of the characters, or any sort of relationship tension growth, and there really isn t much driving them either at first they don t have a destination in mind, but then they end up tagging along with someone else who s headed back ...

  7. says:

    I loved this book This is the second book in a planned trilogy about a massive planetary disaster The First book which I also loved The Big Book of Post Collapse Fun is the story of Mab and her lonely and scary trip from Portland, OR to Canada.This book concentrated on three friends Colt, Janie, and Damien whose plans for a North Carolina Zombie con weekend are thwarted by TEOTWAWKI Unliie Mab they are evacuated, albeit in a small plane, have some survival equipment and aren t complete Ne I loved this book This is the second book in a planned trilogy about a massive planetary disaster The First book which I also loved The Big Book of Post Collapse Fun is the story of Mab and her lonely and scary trip from Portland, OR to Canada.This book concentrated on three friends Colt, Janie, and Damien whose plans for a North Carolina Zombie con weekend are thwarted by TEOTWAWKI Unliie Mab they are evacuated, albeit in a small plane, have some survival equipment and aren t complete Newbies but they are still modern 20 somethings who prefer a weekend on the couch with a bowl of mac and cheese to roughing it frontier style Since they are a team they are less desperate to get to people and when they meet up with Mab, from the first book, they band together In the first book we are seeing the utter and total breakd...

  8. says:

    This book did not entice me as much as the first one did, I still really, really liked it though.It s amazing, it has a bit of everything and I think it s done very well But I didn t fall in love with Colt, Janie and Damien the way I did with Mab in the first book and it just kept bothering me throughout the whole book I kept reading and I was definitely interested but I just didn t feel like I got to know the characters that well or could see their growth as much as I would have liked to and This book did not entice me as much as the first one did, I still really, really liked it though.It s amazing, it has a bit of everything a...

  9. says:

    I m done I am glad I took the time to read this one It s a fun book Which, yeah, you wouldn t expect from post apocalypse settings, right But A WORD AND A BULLET is essentially the series of adventures three friends experience when the Earth goes to shit, and they have to survive the apocalypse It s fairly straightforward, and at times the pacing gets redundant, but you get attached to the group and MAB fairly fast so it s easy to drift from one adventure to the other, as they do I wi I m done I am glad I took the time to read this one It s a fun book Which, yeah, you wouldn t expect from post apocalypse settings, right But A WORD AND A BULLET is essentially the series of adventures three friends experience when the Earth goes to shit, and they have to survive the apocalypse It s fairly straightforward, and at time...

  10. says:

    A troop of friends travels to Canada after the apocalypse, meeting unlikely new recruits on the way Despite their struggles, the journey makes them stronger for it This is basically just your average adventure novel, although it did go rather slowly in my opinion The action was interesting, but I feel as though Sharp needed to emphasize itit seemed like it happened and was just never mentioned again However, Sharp built these characters much better It appealed to me muchthan th A troop of friends travels to Canada after the apocalypse, meeting unlikely new recruits on the way Despite their struggles, the journey makes them stronger for it This is basically just your average adventure novel, although it did go rather slowly in my opinion The action was interesting, but I feel as though Sharp needed to emphasize itit seemed like it happened and was just never mentioned again However, Sharp built these characters much bett...

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