4 stars from Miss “TheReader” is often as good as seven stars from other folks. Her sharp eye for detail leaves nothing to chance and her insight is prescient. You read her commentary as much for the negatives as you do the positives because, if you can set aside your ego long enough, her input will simply make you a better writer.
Thank you, Judith.
Commune Book Two by Joshua Gayou is the sequel in his dystopian series.
Following on from Commune Book One, the plot follows Jake and Amanda’s group, who have settled in Wyoming, fighting day in and day out to establish a home for themselves in a near-empty world. When a new group turn up, running on fumes, and searching desperately for a place to settle, it’s only a matter of time before short-term solutions to survival run out.
It seems an age since I read Commune Book One, but you can read my review of it from May here:
In his personalised note to me in the cover of his book, Joshua writes:
‘I’m pretty sure I’m still using the word “chuckle” in here, but you bear with me, won’t you?’
Over recent months, I’ve developed a strong aversion to the word “chuckle”.
However, whilst I noticed the…
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