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I would have given this book 5 stars except for the shortcomings in editing. That being said, this is a good read. I had been hoping for the third volume for some time, and Norris and Simpson delivered. The plot is good, the story is interesting, the characters are still lovable, and the animals are superb although not as active in plot as the prior books. The fight with Diablo is a good one, one that made me anxious as all get-out as it occurred. The Prophet is an interesting character. I think his attitude could be a vital piece of plot in hopefully a Book 4. I can only hope. If the reader here hasn't read Books 1 and 2 of the Feral Children, my strong recommendation is to pick the books up and read them and then get this book. I was sold in Book 1 (Animals) and haven't regretted reading Books 1 and 2 twice before this volume happily came out. Speaking hopefully of a Book 4 and more, the tribe would have a bunch of adventures getting to the safari park in Texas mentioned. Once there, I can see Burt getting a mate and friends of his species. From there, I can see adventures of holding the park like they did in Iowa. Thanks Brothers Norris and Simpson for another good read.
As always I got sad that the story had to end. Will they make it to Texas? Will the three little ones join them when they get bigger? Always questions that need answers. Thank you David A. Simpson and Wesley R. Norris for sharing thus story with us.
A group of young teenagers survive the Zombie Apocalypse, a harsh winter, a savage attack, and find friendship with wolves and bears. How will they fare trying to join the rebuilding society? I was greatly anticipating the third book in the Feral Children series and I wasn't disappointed! If you haven't started the series you're in for a treat. Now I need the audible version.
Boy, I was all kinds of mad when I read the first page. Otis, dead? Good thing that wasn’t the case...lol. The trek to Lakota was long, hard, and filled with peril. So many injuries, so many surprises. I am so glad I found this series. It has been a great tale.
This is a decent sequel and in its own way is a feel good story. We catch up with the crew and their spirit animals and are glad we did. They take a licking and keep us rooting for them. Enjoy the ride. Looking forward to see what's next.....hasn't jumped the shark YET.
Didn't like hearing this was the last one in series. But still a wonderful story about resilience of young people and remarkable animals. Forget the zombies, man is still top predator! Wanted to know more about Rye. I need a hero like him.
Fraught with bumps and glitches along the way, the trek to Lakota is finally successful for The Tribe. The question becomes convert to normal civilization or The Tribes’ civilization. Read this final book of this exciting trilogy and find out for yourself.
this highly anticipated 3rd installment of the feral children series did not disappoint. The story-telling, character development, and nail biting action made for a fun read. If you enjoyed the other books in this series, you'll love this one too.
What a great series. This was just an amazing finish to one of the best stories i have read. The writing is so visual you feel you are there along with these kids and animals they all feel like family.