Title: Tallos-Episode One (Season One)
Author: Granser Kelly
File Size: 2214 KB
Print Length: 66 pages
Publisher: Longfire Press (March 9, 2015)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Available: Kindle here
Author Granser Kelly brings us what I like to call Mad Max with sanity meets The Walking Dead.
In Tallos-Season One-Episode One, former US Army soldier Jim Tallos is the protector of a small group of survivors about the float, a construct of a floating platform and sailboats. It’s the only way for them to stay safe from the cannibals and the Shadow People that now inhabit the southern US during this post apocalyptic world.
Tallos’ main goals are to survive and find his family. The problem is where to start and how to start. Straying too far from the float almost assures death or capture. Jim finds himself in a situation where he must leave and in so doing discovers information that changes everything he knows of the current state of things and his future.
The story has a good flow and keeps you wanting to know what happens next. You wonder who is who and what who is. Even when you think one thing you are very likely wrong. Even now as I write this I wonder about things. What more do you want from a book where there is a guaranteed next episode a month away? You want to know what happens next, right? Well, you have it in Tallos-Season One-Episode One by Granser Kelly.
Character Believability: 4.5
Flow and Pace: 4
Reader Engagement: 4
Reader Enrichment: 4
Reader Enjoyment: 4.5
Overall Rate: 4.2
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8 thoughts on “#Book #Review by @RonovanWrites Tallos-Episode One by Granser Kelly Mad Max meets The Walking Dead.”
Sorry I have been overwhelmd with David Janssen vooks interest. I save ALL your posts, read and share.
I’ll catch up.
I need to catch up with this one – sounds really intriguing. Oh for the time to read everything!
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I read this one in about 2 hours if that long. 🙂 And for me that’s good. I am not supposed to actually read any longer since my concussion but what’s life without reading?
How do you manage? This sounds like a serious impact on your life. How did it happen?
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I fell in my home and ended up with a Grade 3 concussion. We’re not sure it happened. Migraine, back spasm. I have Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis throughout my spine and some ruptured discs that went undiagnosed by experts. So here I am.
Just when I think I have it bad. Kudos to you for persevering. Keep going.
Well I forget about it sometimes. I ended up with retrograde amnesia, short term memory problems ,24/7 migraines, light and sound sensitivity. But other than that I’m good. 🙂
Other than that? An understatement! I had migraines several times a month for years and years – they are horrible. Retiring and getting my blood pressure under control got rid of them!