Boon's Arrival (Unpromised Lands #1)

Boon s Arrival Unpromised Lands In a world ravaged by nuclear devastation society is reverted to frontier mentality A quick draw or bloody fists mean the difference between life and death Jay Boon is a stranger in this strange worl

  • Title: Boon's Arrival (Unpromised Lands #1)
  • Author: Scott Wieczorek
  • ISBN: 9781519785541
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a world ravaged by nuclear devastation, society is reverted to frontier mentality A quick draw or bloody fists mean the difference between life and death Jay Boon is a stranger in this strange world In a town where everyone knows everyone else He has no memories and no idea why he is here Taken in by a local farmer, Jay is given a chance to prove himself and to tryIn a world ravaged by nuclear devastation, society is reverted to frontier mentality A quick draw or bloody fists mean the difference between life and death Jay Boon is a stranger in this strange world In a town where everyone knows everyone else He has no memories and no idea why he is here Taken in by a local farmer, Jay is given a chance to prove himself and to try to recover his identity But when a corrupt town council, murderous highwaymen, and a fascist paramilitary group call the shots, war looms on the horizon Unless he can find a way to stop it.

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    • Decadent Kane says:

      This post apocalyptic read kept my attention, even for a romance reader. While the main focus is not romance, there is still a bit involved which I think the author did a good job incorporating.The story is written in first person, Jay Boon, who has to learn about his past in order to move forward.There are quite a few twists I wasn't expecting, which worked out well playing into the plot.The mystery behind Boon and his past really play a big role in this story, so mystery fans might enjoy this [...]

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    • Scott Wieczorek says:

      My first foray into post-nuclear apocalyptic frontier society. Love the experiment. I highly recommend it!

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