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As the world begins to fall apart outside the fences of the family farm, a family must decide their own fate, and decide how much of the world at large they can save.
Size: 571 KB (105,831 words)
Genre: Erotica
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Post Apocalypse, DomSub

Review by Mythic Shadow   [other reviews by Mythic Shadow]


Carrying on is a survival story that is set in a post apocalyptic USA. The first chapters are dedicated to describing Bryan and his family. Although this gives the story a slow start, it also helps to build connections with the characters.

Without wanting to give too many spoilers, I can tell that I found it hard to put the book down and read on every spare moment that I had.

I loved the plot and the character development. To me this story falls in the 'most amazing category', which is why I'm giving it a 10 for appeal.

I hope you'll enjoy reading it as much as I did.

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 9 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10

Review by rgmanneck   [other reviews by rgmanneck]


This is a provocative story in that it evolves around several themes. It is different from many post apocalyptic stories I've read so far. It shows the wisdom of preppers, the use of farming and other survival techniques, and the advantages of self-reliance even before the collapse of civilization is imminent.

The story hinges on the argument that when the elite use government to manufacture an outcome they end up creating a crisis, or they exploit a crisis to achieve an outcome at which they fail abysmally creating misery and chaos for the people. The author explains this very realistic terms.

The author also does a superb job at developing the characters, their personalities, talents, weaknesses. It's a very diverse and plausible bunch of people. There are quite a few and yet it's not at all difficult to keep track of them.

The same should be said about the violent sequence of events. The author doesn't rush them, nor lets the reader suffer through prolonged bloodshed and gore, nor does he skim over the critical details to witness how the battles progress.

My only complaint is the epilogue. It's really not necessary. The symbolism presented at the end of the last chapter stands as a monument to the hopes and preserverance of mankind.

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 10 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10


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