Review: “Ranger Martin and The Search for Paradise” by Jack Flacco

Ranger Martin and the Search for Paradise

Ranger Martin and the Search for Paradise

“Ranger Martin and The Search for Paradise”

This is the third installment of the Ranger Martin trilogy. All I can say is WOW! It picks up directly after book 2 and you are off and running! Strap on your knives, gun holster and nerves of steel. No spoilers here-> but be prepared for the tugging and pulling this story is going to take you on. So pull up a chair and prepare for the most fantastic journey your going to have this year. You’re not going to want to put this book down.

This book will have you cheering for Ranger, Jon, Matty and Randy. All the pickles they get themselves into to save their rag-tag family and those they save along the way. It will definitely have you biting your nails as  you are gripped in the middle of the melees that happen to them on their quest to ‘Paradise’. You want to be there to shout out “behind you!” You want to be there to shoot down some “chewers” to help them out.

Be prepared to have your nerves frayed and the story to keep you on the edge of your seat. Up, down and some very infrequent moments of the elusive peace settle like a cozy blanket only to have it ripped off before you know it.

Ranger and crew have some interesting twists in their journey. First to get home to the silo and then the journey to San Francisco. Trust is fleeting in this new world order, but it is a requirement to be part of Ranger’s group. (The story about trust with each character will have you thinking internally of yourself and putting yourself in their shoes. Enjoy those self-introspections between the shoot outs!) There are good guys and bad guys but the line between the two leaves you guessing at times.

So enjoy and take a fast, gut wrenching journey and cheer for your favorites!

 

—-Author’s Info: profileWebsite:  Jack Flacco

About the book:

There is no cure. The change is permanent. Whoever says they can fix this is wrong.

Months ago, billions of people died in the zombie apocalypse. The survivors either have become refugees looking for a way out or have turned against each other. No one will admit they killed their friend for a package of raisins. It happens though, and there isn’t anything anyone can do about it.

Undead slayer Ranger Martin makes the unforgiving Arizona desert his home. He has never had to defend it. He has never had to kill anyone for it. If anything, he has shelved his shotgun and has taken an early retirement package.

That is, until now.

When the military lays siege on his silo, Ranger and his crack team of professionals—a bunch of kids, really—have no other choice than to run. But after he discovers a map that may lead to a mythic city called Paradise, where neither army nor zombie can invade, Ranger mounts a cross-state journey to find the place of safety before the others find him and it’s too late.

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I received an ARC ebook in exchange for an honest review. IMHO this is a great book and I’ve enjoyed all the ‘Ranger Martin’ books. –A.M. “Nims”

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