Multi-volume science fiction author, Shane Scott introduces us to his second book, “Faith: Stories From The All”:
In the year 3221, humanity teeters on the edge of annihilation. Devastated by religious crusades, evil government agencies, and disease, the world is populated with illiterate, superstitious people.
In a tiny country, agent Heather Marks fights for survival. Assisted by a strange AI salvaged a decade before, she is prepared and waiting for the apocalypse.
Brain rot arrives, and Heather rescues eight-year-old Sarah. That changes everything. A child was never part of the plan.
Can Heather overcome her own sense of self-preservation and take on a role she never prepared for? Or will everything crumble to dust at her feet?
I loved this book!
This is a great story set in a post-apocalyptic world. I really like the protagonist, Heather, who is a woman. She rescues a child who may or may not be carrying a deadly disease. Heather alters her plans to survive the destruction of her society to include the child.
Heather is so resourceful, and she gets a lot of help from an extremely advanced AI.
There is cute dialogue and excellent action, enough to provide a great balance with the narration.
You are going to love this book!
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I also reviewed Shane’s first book, here is the review: https://www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/the-all-god-of-nothing
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