I don't know what motivated Folan to author this series. However I see it being read primarily for entertainment but my hope is that it may provide some hidden and insidious thought provocation. Kids who read this series may actually start to appreciate their lifestyle. Post holocaust life will not be populated with a Star Bucks on every corner. Nor will the local dealer be offering their wares at every school. Turning one's nose up at cafeteria food may be re-evaluated with starvation as an option. The apparent mid-teen target market often surprises both parents and teachers with their insightful behavior. Admittedly kids often take for granted the many "cushy" aspects of suburban life but a series such as this may make them more appreciative of what they have. Stranger things have happen!
Regardless of provoking thoughtful insight, the series looks to be entertaining in a manner highly palatable to the mid-teen market. Check it out! or buy them at Amazon.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.