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  1. C.T. Phipps C.T. Phipps says:

    Before we begin this, I d like to mention my disappointment with another book series on a similar topic with the Empire series by Orson Scott Card I picked that up in order to read about a Second Civil War scenario and enjoy the military combat of Red States vs Blue States It turned out to be wholesale propaganda for one side and very little actual military fighting This, by contrast, is everything I wanted from that conflict and I m rather sad the conflict wasn t spread out over three or Before we begin this, I d like to mention my disappointment with another book series on a similar topic with the Empire series by Orson Scott Card I picked that up in order to read about a Second Civil War scenario and enjoy the military combat of Red States vs Blue States It turned out to be wholesale propaganda for one side and very little actual military fighting This, by contrast, is everything I wanted from that conflict and I m rather sad the conflict wasn t spread out over three or four books as there s plenty of room for expansion with the story.Henry and Suzanne are great characters, a troubled married couple who find themselves separated by the entire United States when war breaks out between the two sides I enjoyed their backstory as it really made them rounded three dimensional characters who are suffering for very true to life problems which happen for military families The fact Henry isn t a perfect understanding hero separates him from a lot of military science fiction or speculative fiction in this case protagonists as he has a lot of petty qualities like being jealous of the fact his wife makesmoney than him as well as a desire to believe she s cheating on him so he can divorce her.The conflict is less about Red vs Blue states than discovering who, exactly, pushed both sides to war and stopping them so both can get back to peace It s a pretty good set up, though I admit I wanted to see both sides blow the hell out of one another regardless of my personal poltiics It s just such an exciting premise.I have almost no complaints about this book save it perhaps jumps around a bit too much and the paragraphs aren t indented, just separated by spaces Otherwise, a vey enjoyable story


  2. Betsy Betsy says:

    TW ViolenceThis is an exciting and frightening dystopian about the second Civil War in America in the near future Frightening because it is quite plausible, evennow than when it was published a few years ago Exciting, with non stop suspense that had me staying up all night to keep reading Even after I made myself put it down and go to bed, I couldn t sleep for wanting to know how Henry and Suzanne got out of their latest pickle, so I turned the light back on and finished it However, t TW ViolenceThis is an exciting and frightening dystopian about the second Civil War in America in the near future Frightening because it is quite plausible, evennow than when it was published a few years ago Exciting, with non stop suspense that had me staying up all night to keep reading Even after I made myself put it down and go to bed, I couldn t sleep for wanting to know how Henry and Suzanne got out of their latest pickle, so I turned the light back on and finished it However, there are some problems I wanted a lotanalysis about how we got to the point of actual war There were also some big plot holes Or maybe not holes, exactly They were plot threads that were not satisfactorily completed They were resolved, but at two removes, being simply reported to the reader but not described or explained Rather deus ex machina There is a lot of violence, but, interestingly, almost no profanity Now I would expect that soldiers in the midst of battle and war would use language that was rather blue But no Strange.Also, in the kindle version which I read, there were a number of rather glaring errors Not just typos, but words half missing, sentences half missing, etc Very obvious and annoying but not bad enough to impact the plot that I could tell This is not my normal preference for fiction, but it was recommended multiple times by David Brin so I decided to try it I don t think I will ever re read this book, but I don t mind recommending it to those who like a very suspenseful dystopian


  3. Alana Alana says:

    America is torn apart by civil war The United States are anything but as countryman fights countryman At the center of it all is a battle hardened soldier who is fighting to save his marriage and fighting to save his countryLincoln must be the president right This must be set in 1861, right Wrong Northeast Florida writer Sean T Smith s latest novel, Tears of Abraham, explores America in the not to distant future as it is torn apart by a second Civil WarApocalyptic fiction is America is torn apart by civil war The United States are anything but as countryman fights countryman At the center of it all is a battle hardened soldier who is fighting to save his marriage and fighting to save his countryLincoln must be the president right This must be set in 1861, right Wrong Northeast Florida writer Sean T Smith s latest novel, Tears of Abraham, explores America in the not to distant future as it is torn apart by a second Civil WarApocalyptic fiction is one of my absolute favorite genres, and the fact that reviewing Tears of Abraham allows me the chance to feature a local author, is an added bonus The novel deals with political issues without being heavy handed or biased and the characters in the novel are well rounded, from a delusional redneck to a struggling black man, to the main characters themselves One of my favorite chapters is entitled Semper Fi , which opens with Henry s internal struggle at being caught up in a civil war which pits him against an enemy that he normally would have been fighting with, not against Henry Wilkins was willing to give his life for his country, but at the moment, his country seemed intent on killing him This did not sit well in the jagged corners of his soul, humping through the Canadian Rockies with drones hunting himTo read my entire review, as well as a great interview with the author, Sean T Smith, visit my blog, Book Talk with Alana,


  4. Karel Baloun Karel Baloun says:

    Hard to put down, spellbinding action The characters both good and bad were effectively developed, within a well paced and organized story line.I felt politically sympathetic to be author s viewpoint, and appreciated the vivid nature imagery The plot resolved into an outcome which felt just and appropriate Fine entertainment, especially for readers who like military fiction, and a smart choice in who the main bad guys are.Yet, as a well read fan of history, politics and psychology, I found se Hard to put down, spellbinding action The characters both good and bad were effectively developed, within a well paced and organized story line.I felt politically sympathetic to be author s viewpoint, and appreciated the vivid nature imagery The plot resolved into an outcome which felt just and appropriate Fine entertainment, especially for readers who like military fiction, and a smart choice in who the main bad guys are.Yet, as a well read fan of history, politics and psychology, I found several of the characters behavior not credible, and the overall world scene could not have developed in this way Both the collapse of society, as well as government help control would have evolved very differently The nukes at SF and DC, and the minimal foreign implications, were all just stereotyped and detracted from the plot The book needed oneediting formatting pass, and a little less expository about the inner mind of the characters Without as much omniscient 3rd person, each reader s imagination might fill in the mental state of the charactersbelievably


  5. John John says:

    A pretty good book, though a bit heavy on the military stuff Lots of explanation about weaponry, with a decidedly non civilian viewpoint Sometimes it wore a bit thin, but the story was captivating an some of the characters were well developed Others were basically cookie cutouts of the same soldier types you ve read over and over, with cliche personalities and predictable actions and responses The author does, however, insert some real world drama and human problems into the mix The idea of A pretty good book, though a bit heavy on the military stuff Lots of explanation about weaponry, with a decidedly non civilian viewpoint Sometimes it wore a bit thin, but the story was captivating an some of the characters were well developed Others were basically cookie cutouts of the same soldier types you ve read over and over, with cliche personalities and predictable actions and responses The author does, however, insert some real world drama and human problems into the mix The idea of another American civil war is an interesting one, and not all that far fetched, and Smith does a good job of laying that out If you re looking for a bit of an escape, with generous doses of violence and carnage, this book might be for you I didn t dislike it, but it s not going to end up on my favorites list


  6. Susanb Susanb says:

    Wow Now I understand why preppers do their thing I could wake up tomorrow and see the world like this So much action, so many disasters, and needless death witnessed by a black ops man just trying to get home to his wife and child after the USA has imploded Woven in to the story is a very accurate description of PTSD and how it affects this man s marriage and family The way the states split up reads like todays news It gave me chills to read this book.It was a real page turner I would hav Wow Now I understand why preppers do their thing I could wake up tomorrow and see the world like this So much action, so many disasters, and needless death witnessed by a black ops man just trying to get home to his wife and child after the USA has imploded Woven in to the story is a very accurate description of PTSD and how it affects this man s marriage and family The way the states split up reads like todays news It gave me chills to read this book.It was a real page turner I would have read it even faster, but had to wait for the battery on my Kindle to recharge


  7. Natalie Natalie says:

    the author paints the majority of his female characters with such a coarse brush that even the bad guys glow by comparison the rest of the book moves along better than the way the female characters are brought to life or snuffed out but can t overcome such heavy handed treatment.


  8. andrew jackson andrew jackson says:

    Different ViewThis is a different take from most tales of American falls Story of a group of soldiers caught in a conspiracy while America tears itself apart And a family hoping their father can make it back to them.


  9. Clayton Tidwell Clayton Tidwell says:

    Dystopian rumbleI enjoyed the book and it was a quick read, but I would have likeddepth as to the identities and direct motivations not broad contextual ones of the Directors.


  10. Sharon Hopper Sharon Hopper says:

    Sean T Smith tells a fine story This was an engaging, nonstop tale that kept me reading straight through Well done.


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