Journal (Journal Series Book 1)

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In this well received post-apocalyptic survival story, the world has become a very unfriendly place. Global Warming, disease, famine, and war have decimated the human population. Alan Trent, a particularly ambitionless man, who avoids trouble "just like I avoid poison oak and all other things uncomfortable," finds a set of journals written by a woman named Claire Huston. Her words inspire Alan t...

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Publisher: Craig M. Buckhout (January 14, 2014)
Publication Date: January 14, 2014
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Language: English
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"Journal" was a better read than many self-published novels I've invested in. The premise isn't original and there are problems with the characters, their development, the plot, and the ending. Still, despite the negatives, I enjoyed the book and I'm...

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writing in them in the hope that by doing so "her humanity will somehow stay alive ...." And it is through his journal entries the story is told.Claire Huston’s prophetic words do more than just motivate Alan to write, however. They also inspire Alan to do something wholly uncharacteristic; rescue a boy from a group of sadistic men. He manages to free the boy all right, but it quickly becomes much more than he bargained for. What follows is a deadly game of hide-and-seek, hardship, self discovery, and survival, where at every turn Alan is forced to confront his own humanity.Journal depicts a dystopian society typical of this genre but it is quite creative in the way the story is delivered. We are introduced to desperate people trying make sense of the changes in their lives and in themselves while still yearning for the basic human interactions and hopeful human spirit. … Louise L.C.Well written, character driven, post apocalyptic story. I read a lot if this type book, and this one was really enjoyable. You care about the people in it … CatfishqueenWow. …One of the best of this genre I have come across. Sort of like McCarthy's, "The Road", but this story actually has some hope for mankind - and I thought it was much more poignant. Kentucky Reader.Ever since my niece told me about The Hunger Games, I have been looking for good works in the Dystopian / Post Apocalyptic Genre. Journal fits the bill. Reader, Birmingham Alabama