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For some reason, it took me a while to get into this book; I even considered quitting. Perhaps it was because in between Book 1 and this book, I have read 15-20 others, and this book offered no synopsis. It just took up where Book 1 left off, as if it were the next chapter. I was a little confused about some of the backstory details, but finally got it settled. The writing is very good. The plots are original and well developed. The characters are interesting and interact well. There are miraculous saves ala deux ex machina, but still a good read. Shane and Lucas remind me so much of Robert B. Parker's Cole and Hitch. Good writing, good story, good fun. Thank you M/M Martin. More, please, maybe with a two-paragraph synopsis?
Two men in the apocalypse, riding horses, fighting the bad things out there - human and otherwise. More human than otherwise. There is a reason why bad things hid in the dark for so long to avoid notice of humanity.
Fun read, better than the first novella of the series. Now the characters have been defined and the worldbuilding has begun, Gail Z Martin and Larry N. Martin can really focus on their homage to Supernatural. Lots of action.