Thrown Away (Thrown Away, #1)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 73 pages
  • Thrown Away (Thrown Away, #1)
  • Glynn James
  • English
  • 24 July 2017

About the Author: Glynn James

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Thrown Away (Thrown Away, #1) The First Part In A Post Apocalyptic Saga This Isn T A Young Adult Dystopian Tale It S Not Romance It S Not Cuddly No One Knows How The World Died They Only Know That It Happened Centuries Ago Among The Remnants Of Mankind The People That Live And Die Scavenging In The Ruins It Is Thought That The Strangers Who Live Behind The Barrier, Inside Their Protected City, May Still Hold That Secret But No One Taken By The Hunters From The City Ever Comes Back For Jack Avery, Living Among The Ruins Of The Outer Zone And Scavenging To Survive Is Not The Worst Of Nightmares Something Haunts Him Far Than Any Hunter Patrol In One Short Moment, Two Years Before, Something Happened That Changed Him This Story Is About His Journey Through The Apocalypse, But Also Through His Own Regrets And Doubts Are There Second Chances Can Jack Find The Answer To His Torment Among The Shattered Ruins Of The Past

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10 thoughts on “Thrown Away (Thrown Away, #1)

  1. Netanella says:

    Thrown Away In a Fallen World is the first part in a serialized novel that reminded me of Wool and Zero Hour by Eamon Ambrose It s dark, both post apocalyptic and dystopian, and it s primarily set in the head of the main protagonist Lots of introspection from our main character, who s hiding from Hunters in the desolate environment outside of the barrier, as he recalls the events of his...

  2. Keith says:

    2.5 Stars.This was just OK It is the first part of a story split into five parts The problem is that nothing of interest really happens during this portion of the story Part one is mostly character development with some world building, and it begins, near the very end, to set the stage for the conflict that, I presume, will be the main focus of the remainder of the story The writing is good and the setting description is well done However, this portion of the story was mostly flat, and g 2.5 Stars.This was just OK It is the first part of a story split into five parts The problem is that nothing of interest really happens during this portion of the story Part one is mostly character development with some world building, and it begins, near the very end, to set the stage for the conflict that, I presume, will be the main focus of the remainder of the story The writing is good and the setting description is well done However, this portion of the story was mostly flat, and gives little incentive to continue until the very end I think the author may have dinner himself a disservice by releasing this in the parts, as opposed to a full length novel Part one just didn t pack enough umph to stand on its ...

  3. danielle says:

    This post apocalyptic story is short but packed full of wonderful descriptions of the world Mr James has created, the characters come to life, and the plot is very intriguing I was turning page after page wondering what would cone next, and I was not disappointed This series is...

  4. Fermentum says:

    a little choppy but liked it anyway I wish it had explained WHY and WHAT HAPPENED to society WHY the division in status between the haves and haves not And I have a sneaky suspicion that the night roamers will turn out to be Zombies I don t do Zombie.

  5. Randy Harmelink says:

    I found this to be a bit of a chore to get through Mildly interesting, but not really engaging Then, just as I was starting to get into the story, and it gotinteresting, it suddenly ended.

  6. Elaine Plourde says:

    I don t know if I liked this book or not I started to figure out a few things at the end but I still nt sure of whats going on.

  7. Cindy S says:

    Jack Avery lives in the outer zone, the land beyond the glowing barrier, where you have to hide from the creatures that roamed the streets at night, where rubble of ancient buildings could hold hiding places or shelter you from the unforgiving weather He, like many others, was not allowed to live in the inner zone There were some larger communities in the outer zone that could offersafety, but the acceptance to those groups was almost impossible Scavenger clans could be seen around too, Jack Avery lives in the outer zone, the land beyond the glowing barrier, where you have to hide from the creatures that roamed the streets at night, where rubble of ancient buildings could hold hiding places or shelter you from the unforgiving weather He, like many others, was not allowed to live in the inner zone There were some larger communities in the outer zone that could offersafety, but the acceptance to those groups was almost impossible Scavenger clans could be seen around too, looking for metals and such to salvage, but they could be barbaric, and they usually left in a few weeks or months to search another area The real danger was from roaring dropships that held the heavily armoured troopers with no faces who stunned their captures and t...

  8. Heather Cawte says:

    This is a review of the audiobook version, of which I received a free copy from the author.I listened to this and to At Last, Goodbye consecutively, and actually wondered if they could be two sides of the same story We are in the area Glynn James does so well a dystopian future where no one really understands how things got the way they have and as usual he does a very good job of creating an atmosphere of fear and tension while we slowly learn what sort of society we are visiting The hu This is a review of the audiobook version, of which I received a free copy from the author.I listened to this and to At Last, Goodbye consecutively, and actually wondered if they could be two sides of the same story We are in the area Glynn James does so well a dystopian future where no one really understands how things got the way they have and as usual he does a very good job of creating an atmosphe...

  9. Ralph Wark says:

    MehI really love the Arisen series, co authored by James and Fuchs, so I bought this series of novellettes The first is quick, 63 pages, and kinda dull Post apocalyptic scavenger is there any other kind saves boy crying on the side of the road It s against...

  10. Ian Walker says:

    Glynn has done it again.He has given us a bleak and dismal future world full of danger and savagery with the occasional whiff of nostalgia On top of this he has given us an intriguing story and characters one can t help but care about and wa...