The End Time

The End Time

Neil D. Ostroff / Aug 13, 2020
The End Time Bob Bradly s desperation is all consuming The End Time Procedure shows his girlfriend Jane has only two days to live but he s even mortified because he knows how she is going to die To escape fate and
  • Title: The End Time
  • Author: Neil D. Ostroff
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 216
  • Format: ebook
  • Bob Bradly s desperation is all consuming The End Time Procedure shows his girlfriend Jane has only two days to live but he s even mortified because he knows how she is going to die To escape fate and forge a new life, Bob and Jane travel a treacherous road evading a ruthless and corrupt government, poisonous migratory foliage, and violent human animal hybrids He wBob Bradly s desperation is all consuming The End Time Procedure shows his girlfriend Jane has only two days to live but he s even mortified because he knows how she is going to die To escape fate and forge a new life, Bob and Jane travel a treacherous road evading a ruthless and corrupt government, poisonous migratory foliage, and violent human animal hybrids He will not give up on her, not while he still can fight An even greater threat unfolds when an alien super race returns to conquer what s left of a nearly decimated Earth Aliens have an attack plan that will crumble the domed city and push Bob beyond his limits, dividing him between saving Jane and saving the world Bob s perilous struggle intensifies Can he alter what can t be changed to prevent the end of everything
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      • Neil D. Ostroff

        Raised in a rural town outside of Philadelphia, Neil D Ostroff has been a published author of dark, noir thrillers, romance thrillers, and middle grade sci fi and paranormal novels for than twenty years He is an avid poker player when not working on his novels Neil also enjoys fishing, hiking, and all things outdoors He s been interviewed in such publications as PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE, THE PHILADELPHIA INTELLIGENCER, TIMES PUBLISHING, and THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER To read about him and his books, please check out his blog ALWAYS WRITING neilostroff


    412 Comments

    1. This story has a lot of interesting concepts and a good use of what is normally a very overused theme Dystopia In fact, you aren t quite sure that it is really a true dystopian setting until well into the first quarter of the book, though once a reader gets an inkling once the main character goes over the history of the food processing machine The translator for plants was a nice touch.The characterization was relatively good for most of the book, but everything went a bit awry near the climax, [...]


    2. I loved this book The concept of knowing when and how one is going to die was very intriguing to me I thought the characters could have used some work to be a little consistent in their actions For example, one woman who was said to have no emotions kept crying There was also a lot of dialogue that felt forced to me I loved the book because of the plot and I recommend it highly to anyone who likes fantasy, sci fi and a unique idea I have not felt interested in reading any sequels, though, and w [...]


    3. End of timeThe idea of aliens taking over earth is not new, and the author has given it a twist I liked the whole premise, but unfortunately the editing left a lot to be desired The misuse of words, bad sentence structure and sloppy punctuation made it seem like this was written by a high schooler with a bad English teacher The twist at the end was too surreal and poorly executed, leaving this reader wondering what I missed I won t bother with the next installment, but I wish the author luck, an [...]



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