Into Autumn (Four Seasons Book 1)

Into Autumn (Four Seasons Book 1) What Would You Do To Survive Lars Lives Alone In The Texas Countryside As The Economy Collapses And His World Becomes A Dystopian Nightmare Joined By City Gal Outsider, Eileen, He And His Neighbors Band Together In Their Peaceful Valley Utilities Are Cut Off, Grocery Stores Close, Gas Stations Close, And There Is Shooting In The Neighborhood Could You Survive Lars, Eileen, And The Neighbors Struggle With Tough Decisions While Fending Off Predatory Invasions In An Increasingly Violent And Lethal World Could You Protect Yourself From Deadly Force Richard Tucker And His Two Grown Sons Have Been Thorns In Lars S Side For Years The Boys Raid His Garden, Root Cellar, And Smokehouse Regularly As Times Descend Further Into Chaos, Lars Fears The Boys May Harm Eileen Should She Get Caught Off Guard Lars S Best Friend, Reggie, Has An Easy Solution Will Lars Go Along With Reggie S Plan Jesse Is The Lone Survivor Of A Massive Intruder Raiding Party Upon Reggie S Homestead There Is No Law Any To Deal With Jesse They Can T Let Him Go Free, Can They Into Autumn Is A Sweeping Adventure, A Thought Provoking Saga, That Could Happen To Us All But It Doesn T End Here Into Autumn Is Book One Of The Four Seasons Series About Much Than Murder, Sex, And Violence Samuel And Sally Lin Have A Young Son And Daughter A Set Of Twin Boys Are Born Out Of The Chaos, To Lars S Son And Reggie S Daughter Into Autumn Ends With Two Of The Boys, Grown Now, Leaving Home For The First Time To Find Wives A Whole New Set Of Challenges Unfold As They Run Into The Ruthless Dictator Of Corpus Christi, Sandra Hawkins You Won T Want To Miss This Award Winning Sequel

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 368 pages
  • Into Autumn (Four Seasons Book 1)
  • Larry Landgraf
  • 15 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Into Autumn (Four Seasons Book 1)

  1. says:

    Quite frankly, Into Autumn was one of the boring books I ve read in my life and I struggled even to make it through the introduction Mr Landgraf hinted and teased at a world falling apart, of chaos and looting, of the struggle to survive and then didn t tell that story Instead, we are given an over descriptive, minutely detailed journal about daily life without modern conveniences There s no pizzazz, no real tension or suspense, no action nothing to excite the reader s imagination The plodding pace and repetitive narrative had me drifting off and, while I usually love romance in my novels, it was out of place and weird in this story I think the problems with this novel stem from Mr Landgraf trying to make it too many things If he had narrowed his focus just a bit instead of throwing in as many genre elements as possible in hopes of appealing to the broadest audience, it might have been quite good There really was potential buried here the events leading up to it are quite feasible and survivalists are even now preparing for this outcome Time and again, history has shown what happens when people panic en masse and the looting and killing are not beyond the pale if something so catastrophic were to occur in the U.S This could have been a gripping, terrifying, thought provoking survival adventure, but if I wanted could , I d write the story myself The story alwo wasn t helped by the mundane and sort of hum drum characters As a group, there didn t appear to be anything particularly special about them and I occasionally lost track of who was who and where they were and why The dialogue also read like it was written by someone who d never had a conversation with another human being and such comments as Sam, like most men, didn t notice anything until Sally brought it to his attention were a turn off I found myself rolling my eyes on multiple occasions and wishing the author had avoided the stereotyping and clich s The editing in Into Autumn wasn t terrible Perhaps I wasn t paying enough attention, but the only thing that stood out was the frequent use of semi colons They tended to break up thoughts and contributed to the clunky, bland, choppy feel of Mr Landgraf s writing style I don t think they were incorrect, technically, but they were intrusive Also, this is not so much an editing issue as it is an artistic choice or lack of , but the cover was pretty disappointing A stock photo of lightning doesn t give the reader any hints about the plot or characters nor much incentive to pick up Into Autumn.Bottom line The contrived cliffhanger wasn t nearly enough to tempt me to read by this author If you re looking for something to help send you off into sleep, this is a good choice But if you re looking for a dystopian adventure, there are far better choices.

  2. says:

    A book that began with promise but failed to live up to its potential This book was an book of the day and I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review You can check it out on my blog

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