• Deception

  • Dark Road, Book Seven
  • By: Bruno Miller
  • Narrated by: Andrew Tell
  • Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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By: Bruno Miller
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Are there any decent people left?

Having reached his kids in Maryland, Ben is faced with the challenge of crossing the country once more and getting everyone safely home to Colorado.

The struggle to survive is the only constant in their otherwise unpredictable lives. With each passing day, Ben becomes increasingly cynical about the state of mankind and worries that the children will grow up to feel the same.

Remaining vigilant is no guarantee that they will avoid problems on the journey back. Even when things seem safe, danger and evil lurk in the shadows. Letting their guard down means inviting trouble.

Ben knows that the protection he provides for his children has limits and in the end, they must learn to fight for themselves if they are to make it home. But the hardest lesson comes when Ben’s two youngest, Bradley and Emma, discover that things are not always what they seem on the road.

©2020 Bruno Miller (P)2020 Bruno Miller

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I’m just over this now!

I have to say I enjoyed the first 5 books, although the 5 only seemed equal to 2 full length books. Book 6 was tolerable, but too short as is this one. Together they might equal 1 book…maybe. I am disappointed that the story has deteriorated into a conservative rant and some kind of tree hugger diatribe. I am just over the angst, hand ringing, poor parenting, and internal dialogue that has used up the book.

I have been around army rangers and other service people in my life. I can’t believe that this indecisive hand wringer could have ever been an elite soldier, parent or not. Too much hesitancy and poor decision making, too much ignoring of past lessons, and just too much “I just can’t believe this is happening” from everyone in the story. From my own experience it only takes one life threatening event involving other people or animals to wake a person up, at least partially. So sad, this could have been so good.

Next time leave out the condescension towards the cities, business, and the Democrats. Although I am not a city dweller everyone in America is to blame for the state of our country, not just politicians or business. We The People are the ones truly responsible for the fate of ourselves and our country.
I won’t be finishing the series, and I want my money back for this one.

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not worth the time invested

feel like I'm being milked for money having to buy this story 1 chapter at a time. way too much rehashing of the thoughts and feelings over and over and over again