Top positive review
Great continuation of this story
Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2017
I was afraid I wouldnt like this book since it featured Randi's family more prominently, and she wasn't exactly my favorite character, but a heckuva lot better than Alice or Lois. And I'm glad I bought it, because I did enjoy it. Randi, as usual, was full of piss and vinegar, and she herded her family around like Gen. Patton. She even got in on the big gun fight at the end of the book. There wasn't much of the story having to do with Randi's two daughters and grandchildren---it was more about her interaction with her work friends who walked home with her. There was plenty of interaction with Jim's family, Lloyd the guitar player, and old Buddy. The jokes made about Lloyd's guitar playing alone were worth the read. If you enjoyed the previous books in this series, you will enjoy this one too. I never heard of a shotgun with an external magazine you can insert for extra shells so I of course had to look up a Saiga 12. Learned something new there. I hope everyone who reads this book believes as Jim does, that you don't leave an enemy alive to fight another day, even if he surrenders. You have to extinguish the threat. Thank you for a good read, Mr. Horton. There are so many crappy self-published books in this genre that I get a real thrill to read a good one.