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Eleven years after the collapse of 2027, the former United States is a shell of its former glory. Four years of war with the Chinese have left the once-great nation in shambles and dissolved the Pacific States of America, the last beacon of hope and the legacy of the its founder, Howard Beck.
The only hope for restoring civilization rests in the hands of Richard Dupree and Maxwell Harris. The two men must overcome their differences and fight their way across a lawless, desolate landscape to face an adversary that will stop at nothing to rebuild society for his own evil gain.
©2015 Richard Stephenson (P)2015 Richard Stephenson
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By 1GoZoom on 02-28-17

Barely even the same story

$13 for one third the size of the first book with a rushed plot that barely follows the arc set in the prior two novels.

There is no resolution. There barely is any mention of Marshall Beck or the events immediately following book two. This felt like Richard trying to cash in on writing a book to fill a quota with no interest in his characters' progression.

The narration was bland and boring. The narrator of the prior two books was far better.

I want my money back. This trash wasn't worth the cost. Richard should be ashamed.

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By J.Gant on 11-14-16

Very Very Disappointed

What disappointed you about Redemption?

It started years after the last book ended, something happened to change the characters relationships, but we don't know what. Then just when it seams like some explanation is going to happen we jump to a different time and have to try and figure out what is going on all over again. Then ending just over all stinks!

What could Richard Stephenson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Wrote a complete book! Book 1 was 17 hours and spent so much time in development of the characters. Book 2 was a little over 9 hours, was disappointing, but at least made some attempt at keeping things going. This 3rd Book at 6 hours felt like an incomplete work. There was no effort made to keep with the care and detail used in the first book. It felt like he no longer cared, and was told to turn in what was written to meet a deadline.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Jeff Zinn?

For the sake of consistency I would preferred David Gilmore who read the first two books. In reality I don't feel that either narrator was all that great. My opinion of Mr. Zinn may be tainted by the inconsistent story and unhappiness with the author's writing.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disbelief that a series that started with such promise went into a downward spiral and ended with no resolution.

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