Makers of Destiny: Sequel to Die to Live Again
David CranePosted 2 April 2020 by the-librarian
I’ve read two of Mr. Crane’s other works: The Days That Followed and Demon Heart 2. Both were interesting stories, but I think this one tops them all. Mr. Crane has a knack for writing fun, developed, emotionally deep characters that are relatable even when some of the dystopian and sci-fi elements begin to stretch the imagination. The writing and characters hold everything together to make for a fun, fascinating story that mirrors some of the hard and difficult things we see in our current real world.
The struggle for power, the racism and bigotry, and corruption all ring true and makes for an interesting setting. A post-apocalyptic world is always an interesting one to entertain and this novel does not disappoint. Tanya Gray, introduced in the first book of this series, is the protagonist of this book. All background information needed to enjoy this book is self-contained so reading the first one is in no way necessary to enjoy this one.
Tanya is faced with more difficult choices after surviving the nuclear war and American Second Civil War. A world finds peace but comes at a significant cost. It is, once again, up to Tanya to quell the tide of oncoming evil and potential civil war.
The characters and setting are rich and enjoyable. There is plenty of action and the story is overall a very fun read. I would highly recommend picking this one up and giving it a go. What else are you going to do while on COVID-19 lockdown?
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