They said it could never happen - that the day would never come.
They were wrong.
Five years post-collapse, former Texas Ranger Lucas Shaw is surviving hardscrabble in a kill-or-be-killed wasteland. When an enigmatic young woman enters his life with a desperate plea, Lucas must face impossible odds and battle an adversary who will stop at nothing to destroy them. Lightning-paced and gritty, Blood Honor, the debut novel in The Day after Never trilogy, is a non-stop adrenaline rush set in a chillingly plausible dystopian future.
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If you like books by A. American then you will like this drivel by Russell Blake. Uses every clique in the book, and the poor guy doing the audio reading is trying so hard to sound like Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry. I cannot express how much I disliked this book and was relieved when it finished. The author spends most of his writing using old and tired saying from when we were growing up. On top of that he throws in enough "nanny state" and other phrasing to let you know he is a die hard 2nd amendment, take my gun bullet first attitude. It gets tiresome after a while. The only genuine emotion I felt in this book is when his dog dies, and even that feels cliche. Skip on by this one.