Monday, February 16, 2015

Strands of Sorrow By John Ringo

This review is almost a reprise of my review of To Sail Darkling Sea .  This book takes up the story and once again the Wolf family is featured.  Faith, Shewolf and Sophia, Seawolf are butt kicking once more.  Faith is flat out crazy but I'm going out on a limb here and say that I have met many 13 year old girls who scared me more than the same age boy.  (My guidance counselor experience is wide and varied.)  Wolf Squadron has found more survivors and has expanded their operation.

Trixie is one of my favorite characters in this volume.  Her depiction would make most military men cringe, however she got major results.

Ringo never fails to provide an orgy of action!  He wallows in the nitty gritty of providing reading thrills, gruesome and somewhat realistic.   This book also approaches the problem of rebuilding an infrastructure in able to rescue the survivors of the zombie apocalypse. 

Once again Ringo also seems to infuse in his books are warrior characters who bring honor and ethics to often intolerable situations. The loyalty and camaraderie that Ringo depicts are the best aspects of his books.   You would be lucky to have his characters on your six.  His heroes are heroic!

I recommend the book.

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This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.

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