Home: A Stranded Novel (Volume 3)

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Book 3 in the best selling Stranded Series : due to some adult content this book is rated for 16+ Five went by Land. Five went by Sea. Nine made it Home. Alex and Emily’s two groups are finally united after making their way home from Disneyland after the EMP destroyed all electronics. Their reunion

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Book 3 in the best selling Stranded Series : due to some adult content this book is rated for 16+ Five went by Land. Five went by Sea. Nine made it Home. Alex and Emily’s two groups are finally united after making their way home from Disneyland after the EMP destroyed all electronics. Their reunion begins in a hail of gunfire and only gets worse from there. The teens are shocked to learn that their town is under siege and their families, friends and neighbours are being held hostage and some used as slaves. After witnessing the pain and suffering of their people, the group has to decide just how far they are willing to go to free their loved ones.

Comments

Keith Foster says:

Disappointed This installment seems rushed. There are a lot of grammatical errors and just plain incorrect words. For example, peddling a bicycle means selling it. The correct word is pedaling.The story itself is more summarized than told and everything wraps up neatly way too fast. There is much left to the imagination and many scenes just flat out skipped, particularly regarding the battles at the end.The first 2 installments seemed much better planned. This one felt more like an attempt to hit a deadline.

K A Berglund says:

Bravo – Theresa Shaver, Home is a home run… After reading Land I was hooked. So when I saw Home had been released I charged up the Kindle, got a big cup of coffee and settled in for what I already knew would be a great read!I was crying in the first chapter. When contact was made (at the fence), darn it, I did not see that twist coming and wanted to punch those girls. Yet, as the reader, I understood why they reacted the way they did. When one of the characters was hiding (in the tree) I realized I was holding my breath. I loved and hated that I was made to wait! This is just one example of the “can’t put this down” qualities of this Author. Ms. Shaver’s has a way of drawing you into the story. I found myself rooting for the character vs. so often critiquing their mistakes. This journey was heart wrenching, breath-holding and just down right thrilling!Ms. Shaver, I’ve read in the blogs that you claim to be a new Author – well you can’t claim that anymore…

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