Tourists of the Apocalypse

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Tourists of the Apocalypse

Tourists of the Apocalypse **Award Winner in the 2016 READERS FAVORITE International Book Contest and the 2016 SHELF MEDIA BEST INDIE BOOK Contest**
Dylan Townsend stands on the beach watching commercial jets fall out of the sky like oak leaves twirling in the wind. A wing shears off the one closest to the shore just before it splashes down in the sea. Why was she telling him this outlandish story? What sort of Tourist Agency would offer people a front row seat to the end of the world? More importantly, why would anyone book such a vacation if there wasn’t any way home afterward?

“Why would anyone buy a ticket on the Titanic if they knew it was doomed?”

“Relax Dylan,” she assures him. “If you know it’s going to sink, you could bring a raft.”

As she paces in the sand watching the sky, he realizes that however wild her story may be, he loves her. Maybe Izzy is a time travel tour guide after all. In truth, he is more likely to be harmed by her boyfriend than the imminent apocalypse. What’s he going to about that sticky situation?

“Come on,” she orders, pulling on his arm. “We need to see a man about a raft.”

DISCLAIMER: This novel contains no profanity, some violence, an office princess in bondage, cowboy coffee, classic cars, love triangles, domestic violence, birthday cake, Lion Country Safari mishaps, beach volleyball, road rage, a prosthetic shotgun, text messages on gum wrappers and the strong belief that people are a product of their experiences and not just genetically predisposed to mayhem.

Any resemblance to actual historical events or persons alive or dead is purely coincidental.
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  1. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    For those who love Time Travel, April 30, 2016
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    Interesting story about an EMP event that changes the fabric of society and how a group of time travelers as well as a current day dysfunctional neighborhood work for the new future as society disintegrates. For those who love Time Travel, this is for you. For those of you who like “end of the world as we know it” stories, this is for you too. For those of you who are preppers/survivalists, you’ll like this as well. And, for those of you who like stand-up good guys & gals, you won’t be disappointed. I appreciated how the time travel limitations/paradoxes were handled (usually, working through those gives me headaches). And, I like how things that were initially assumed about a character were proven to be way too superficial once we got to know the characters. Nothing beats character growth as well as letting lead characters realize that they were wrong and adapt accordingly. Once the story gets going, you won’t be able to stop until the end! GOOD READ!!!!
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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Wake up call of a story! Highly recommend!, August 4, 2016
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    Leslie

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    This review is from: Tourists of the Apocalypse (Kindle Edition)
    The novel is an informative read of a probably likelihood. For me the title captures the essence of the book, through the events the readers are the tourists who navigate in a world that has undergone an EMP attack: no transportation, no cellphones, no Internet. The truth is that this is a look at the fictional fate that may become a reality if one does not prepare on a national or global matter for this type of terrorist attack. I love these kind of novels which are entertaining as well as informative. Well-written, inspiring and alarming read!
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  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Spelling errors nearly every page, disjointed plot, March 1, 2017
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    Kelly Cox (Madison, WI United States) –
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    This review is from: Tourists of the Apocalypse (Kindle Edition)
    The story isn’t bad, though it is incredibly disjointed and rather poorly plotted. As an example–the protagonist witnesses the collapse of civilization, is rescued by someone from his hometown, and never ONCE asks how his mother (Missy) is doing? And the first dozen pages of the book seem to be completely unrelated to the rest of the book.

    What finally made me give up on the book is the fact that nearly every page has misspelled words, some of them egregious errors. I’m baffled that Amazon doesn’t pay editors to go through books and do some basic editing.

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