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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

The Dead Run by Adam Mansbach


Jess Galvan is a character who loses his self respect and becomes a mule for an ancient evil.   This is an action adventure with graphic violence and a smidgen of the paranormal. 

The range of characters is so wide it is hard to list them.   Needless to say it seems the miscreants out number the good guys.   One has to wonder if we really should build a wall on the Mexican border after reading this book. 

This is an action adventure that is NOT for the faint of heart.   It is a good story line, although at times you wonder where it is going.  The ending seems to set up a sequel, if so I would be inclined to read it too.

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