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by Dean Ross

eBook West of Sheridan ePub
Author: Dean Ross
Language: English
ISBN: 1469919524
ISBN13: 978-1469919522
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 3, 2012)
Pages: 636
Category: Literary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 992
Formats: azw lit mbr lrf
ePub file: 1732 kb
Fb2 file: 1879 kb

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This storyline was smooth and easy to read.

Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan (30 October 1751 – 7 July 1816) was an Irish satirist, a playwright, poet and long-term owner of the London Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. He is known for his plays such as The Rivals, The School for Scandal, The Duenna and A Trip to Scarborough. He was also a Whig MP for 32 years in the British House of Commons for Stafford (1780–1806), Westminster (1806–1807), and Ilchester (1807–1812). He is buried at Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey.

Set in northern Wyoming, this is a hard hitting and sometimes brutally honest story of two men in the days following a world changing event. A coronal mass ejection, solar flare wipes out modern technology and decimates the population. In one half of the story Jack is a 49 year old rancher who is stranded near Yellowstone Park.

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Set in northern Wyoming, this is a hard hitting and sometimes brutally honest story of two men in the days following a world changing event.

by Dean Ross (Author). It's a big book, much like one of Matt Bracken's. Like Bracken's four books, it is well paced and deliberate. Then I came across this one, West of Sheridan

by Dean Ross (Author). Not as action packed, but not boring either. Then I came across this one, West of Sheridan. I read the sample and then deleted it as I thought it wasn't kosher to keep someone's work without paying for it and I wasn't sure I wanted to pay to read books on my computer as it was giving me headaches. But I didn't forget the storyline.

Diana Ross (born March 26, 1944) is an American singer, actress, and record producer. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Ross rose to fame as the lead singer of the vocal group the Supremes, who during the 1960s became Motown's most successful act, and are the best-charting female group in US history, as well as one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time

Set in northern Wyoming, this is a hard hitting and sometimes brutally honest story of two men in the days following a world changing event. A coronal mass ejection / solar flare wipes out modern technology and decimates the population. In one half of the story Jack is a 49 year old rancher who is stranded near Yellowstone Park. In order to get home he must cross 150 miles and the Bighorn mountain range. The other half of the story follows Mark, a 29 year old employee at a coal mine in Gillette. He needs to find a place to call home before winter sets in. Each of these men is faced with challenges and each is forced to make decisions that affect not only them, but the people they care about. As they both struggle toward Sheridan, in a land that is now lawless, the decisions they make define their character and their future.
Grotilar
This is the best book of this type that I have read in a long time. Didn't like every character in it, but you're not supposed to. Well written, good flow, kind of story you want to put yourself into.
Redfury
A little short on technical accuracy (about solar flares) but a very entertaining read. Essentially, this is a story about good and evil set in a post-apocolyptic world after a massive solar flare. The evil character is Mark and the good guy is Jack. But, even Mark has some redeeming qualities but ultimately surrenders to evil. At times I even found myself liking Mark but always suspecting that he was not a good person. More accurately (perhaps) he is a good person who made some bad decisions much earlier that led to his eventual downfall. Jack is pretty much good through and through.

I think that this is this writer's first fiction work and, if so, I was truely impressed and found myself hoping for a sequel.
Goldfury
Best novel I've read in some time;excellent character development, esp. re: the roots of the bad guy's actions.
Relationships were very real. Magnetic effects seemed less so. Very much hoping for a sequel, to the point of leaving a reminder to myself to periodically check for one.
Gorisar
I love this genre. I found this to be must the same as most post apocalyptic stories but sufficiently unique to hold my interest.
ZloyGenii
The characters were realistic, descriptions and narrative brought the story to life, and the effects of a sun-generated EMP seemed realistic (although improbable in the short term--I hope.) The author did cover the physical relationships between characters which injected a somewhat edgy, yet realistic, dimension to the book. When's the next book Dean?
Dianazius
I read the book in 3 days. The story line is fairly predictable with good vs. evil. The use of profanity is excessive. I think the writer struggled with conveying complex feelings and relies on the use of profanity instead of skill to develop shock in the story. My $.02.
just one girl
I love survival books, but most seem pretty negative, this one leaves you feeling positive about a collapse. Of course it is set in Wyoming, where there are a lot less people, and the people are very self reliant, so it may be one of the few places where a complete collapse would not be too bad. The abundance of horses, livestock and guns does not hurt either. Funny thing is.... if you have ever been to wyoming, this story actualy does seem feasable. It is really easy to read, I read 100 pages a day until it was finished, I could not put it down.
Actually one of the more realistic post-apocalypse novels I have read.
Excellent theme and plot with solid character development.
Characters are realistic - no super-heroes here.
Overall a good read but the 636 pages is about 200 pages too long.
The writing would benefit greatly from tighter editing by a professional.
Story would be greatly improved by eliminating extensive gratuitous sexual detail
which does nothing to further the plot and often interrupts story flow.
That said, I enjoyed it and would still buy it.
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