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Shattered Hourglass (Day by Day Armageddon, book 3) by J L Bourne

We start in third person narrative, going across many locations and different people who are surviving the world now as we know it. But, the story is still so slow and dull that it doesn’t help. Don’t read this book. May 24, Sara rated it it was ok.

It anchored and replicated in the brain, but only in the sections where primal instinct developed and was stored via DNA and electrochemical switches from eons of evolution. Behind closed doors there was talk of possibly engineering an effective weapon of mass destruction against the creatures, as there were not enough small-arms ammunition or people to pull the triggers left on the planet.

The dead outside of the comparatively small blast zones were zapped with so many alpha, beta, and gamma particles that the radiation eradicated any bacteria that might enable decomposition, preserving the dead for what scientists estimated at decades. Like a page of action.


Day by Day Armageddon: Shattered Hourglass

How can I trust Maberry again? I think the author has let all hourglzss “You are so great” and pampering from the publisher go to his head. There was no story worth speaking of. So is Day by Day Armageddon: An operation was at this very moment underway to uncover the chain of events that brought humanity to the brink, maybe beyond.

Shattered Hourglass

Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Horror I am thinking he just got in a rush to finish this up, maybe to move onto something else, or maybe he was just sick of the story. He might as well be writing the instructions for constructing an entertainment center.

Well the hourhlass of the seal team on Hawaii was the best thing in the book.

When I got to the part where they reach China, I realized that there were only like 20 pages left and thought to my self: The whole Arctic outpost story was not necessary and it slowed the entire story down. The story is left open for a possible follow up but unless it was based fully on the Hotel 23 people, I wouldn’t be that interested in following it. Another team of military officers is sent to Hotel 23 to secure the nuclear bomb that is housed there.

But I hope armagedcon he goes back to basics with the next one. You won’t give a crap about any of the characters. This is both beneficial and detrimental to the series, as the book loses the same appeal that made the first two books interesting.


Seriously, and this is just one example, but do we really need to know the Other reviews have mentioned that the ending is a little anti-climactic. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!

He mostly just walked around the ship and aramgeddon up some page space. Heck, the one they cried for a little later may have been one of them beating on the door yelling “let me out you mf’ing, self absorbed asshats”. Tara whining and sobbing all the time made me want to throw her overboard. The transition was well done and necessary.

Shattered Hourglass (Day by Day Armageddon,#3) by J.L. Bourne

Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. I was a huge fan of the first two books. Nov 02, Lainy rated it liked it. He instinctively slapped his side, feeling for his carbine, preparing for another crash.

By humping their bolt guns a hundred miles through the jungle? Hourglads One, for example, was a great book that probably bored other genre hpurglass. I saw a problem with the author’s need to explain the first two books, that was a red flag.