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When the world ended former Army Ranger Connor “Tav” McTavish thought he’d prepped for everything He was wrong When roving gangs destroy all semblance of law and order and the strong take what th. Rating 20 stars This book failed on so many levels but the main failure was in the execution The idea was a good one In a world without power and society has seemingly failed a former ranger comes across a group of 4 women struggling to survive He has extensive survival training and helps teach them how to live off the land That's a pretty interesting idea This book was billed as a post apocalyptic harem adventure though It failed at being either one There were also way too many cliche characters that brought nothing to the story The story starts with Tav leaving the woods He was a former ranger and after he got out he needed time to decompress so he spent a year living in the woods When he heads back out into civilization he comes to a small town and finds 2 bikers assaulting 4 women and an older man He ends up killing the bikers and finds out that about 3 months ago the power went out in this place The girls live at a local college and decided to stay over Christmas break instead of going home They have been holed up at the college ever since and just now tried to come down to scavenge food and water view spoiler I have so many problems with this setup First Tav was living in the woods by himself for a year He walked out of the woods with only a backpack and a knife Who the fuck does that Maybe if he had a wood cabin or something to live in or had camping gear or a rifle or something Next the girls 4 girls and a caretaker was all that was left of at the college Really Who was making the food before the power went out Only 1 caretaker for the entire college Then the power goes out and they do nothing for 3 months they just stay there I know the premise is that society can fall apart rather uickly in a short period of time but that uickly There was a small town about 10 miles away Nobody thought to walk 10 miles to figure out what is going on Tav hears this and then say that it probably an EMP that caused the problem and now they need to live off the land to learn how to survive There are millions of people in America Tav was treating this like some kind of zombie Apocalypse which in that case his action might make sense hide spoiler Smallpox Strikes! (The American Adventure, in the execution The Good Vibrations idea was a good one In a world without power and society has seemingly failed a former ranger comes across a group of 4 women struggling to survive He has extensive survival training and helps teach them how to live off the land That's a pretty Jolted Awake interesting Iron Garland (Harbinger Book 3) idea This book was billed as a post apocalyptic harem adventure though It failed at being either one There were also way too many cliche characters that brought nothing to the story The story starts with Tav leaving the woods He was a former ranger and after he got out he needed time to decompress so he spent a year living The Ritual in the woods When he heads back out A Perfect Day for Bananafish into civilization he comes to a small town and finds 2 bikers assaulting 4 women and an older man He ends up killing the bikers and finds out that about 3 months ago the power went out Bloodsworn in this place The girls live at a local college and decided to stay over Christmas break Scene from Hadens POV (Falling Under, instead of going home They have been holed up at the college ever since and just now tried to come down to scavenge food and water view spoiler I have so many problems with this setup First Tav was living Seven Shades of You (Twin Hearts, in the woods by himself for a year He walked out of the woods with only a backpack and a knife Who the fuck does that Maybe The First King Adventures Volume 2 if he had a wood cabin or something to live Perfect Knowledge in or had camping gear or a rifle or something Next the girls 4 girls and a caretaker was all that was left of at the college Really Who was making the food before the power went out Only 1 caretaker for the entire college Then the power goes out and they do nothing for 3 months they just stay there I know the premise Against Nature? is that society can fall apart rather uickly Me and Mine in a short period of time but that uickly There was a small town about 10 miles away Nobody thought to walk 10 miles to figure out what Mrs. Robins Son is going on Tav hears this and then say that Shortchanged it probably an EMP that caused the problem and now they need to live off the land to learn how to survive There are millions of people Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country in America Tav was treating this like some kind of zombie Apocalypse which Blackening Song (Ella Clah, in that case his action might make sense hide spoiler

Free read ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Éric Vall

Eral arts snowflakes what a real man can do and turn all four of them into survival and combat experts Disclaimer This novel contains detailed sex scenes between the male protagonist and multiple women. Hated it from the first ten pages I hated the MC Cant do it His other books are much better

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Ey want from the weak Connor will find himself as the sole protector of an all girl’s college hidden away in the Green Mountains of Vermont Now his only chance at survival is to show group female lib. This reads less like a book and like some guy describing his ultimate fantasy to me in great detail The main character is a Mary Sue who has no flaws thinks he's god's gift to women and takes everything given to him as just his due To me a character has to experience some kind of growth for there to be a story I'm sure there are a lot of people who want to read about the ultimate alpha male who is great at everything have absolutely everything handed to him but I'm not one of themSpecific spoiler ish complaints belowAll 4 of the only women in the world that we know about are gorgeous not an overweight or even plain faced girl among them and all of them immediately want him They then conveniently decide to share him with zero drama Yeah that would happen The only other male in the book that isn't a bad guy biker is an over the hill neutered male who is there for help with manual labor and to give a wink and a nod to acknowledge the main character's alpha status when he beds all of the women Again no drama there right The only conflicts that arise exist only to show how amazing the main character is view spoilerRapists with guns Knife attack Oversized black bear attacks Easily handled by the main character with a knife and a22 rifle hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Without Law Without Law #1

  1. says:

    This book fails in two major waysIf you want a shallow uick exciting power fantasy with violence and sex then you are out of luck Be prepared for a long boring almost slice of life domestic psuedo drama with a lot pages spent on doing mundane tasks to live day to day Don't let the cover fool you this is not a 'sexy' book It's the novel euivalent to a shelter game with thin characters who have boring sexIf you want a fascinating post apocalyptic gritty thriller you aren't going to get that either The tone is too ridiculous and the conflicts are empty The book is long but takes very little time to get you invested in the conflict It's technically competently written but thats about it as far as positives Give it a miss


  2. says:

    Rating 20 stars This book failed on so many levels but the main failure was in the execution The idea was a good one In a world without power and society has seemingly failed a former ranger comes across a group of 4 women struggling to survive He has extensive survival training and helps teach them how to live off the land That's a pretty interesting idea This book was billed as a post apocalyptic harem adventure though It failed at being either one There were also way too many cliche characters that brought nothing to the story The story starts with Tav leaving the woods He was a former ranger and after he got out he needed time to decompress so he spent a year living in the woods When he heads back out into civilization he comes to a small town and finds 2 bikers assaulting 4 women and an older man He ends up killing the bikers and finds out that about 3 months ago the power went out in this place The girls live at a local college and decided to stay over Christmas break instead of going home They have been holed up at the college ever since and just now tried to come down to scavenge food and water view spoiler I have so many problems with this setup First Tav was living in the woods by himself for a year?? He walked out of the woods with only a backpack and a knife Who the fuck does that? Maybe if he had a wood cabin or something to live in or had camping gear or a rifle or something? Next the girls 4 girls and a caretaker was all that was left of at the college? Really Who was making the food before the power went out? Only 1 caretaker for the entire college? Then the power goes out and they do nothing for 3 months they just stay there? I know the premise is that society can fall apart rather uickly in a short period of time but that uickly There was a small town about 10 miles away Nobody thought to walk 10 miles to figure out what is going on? Tav hears this and then say that it probably an EMP that caused the problem and now they need to live off the land to learn how to survive There are millions of people in America Tav was treating this like some kind of zombie Apocalypse which in that case his action might make sense hide spoiler


  3. says:

    tl;dr Terrible Cartoonish characters no plot 1 star is free the other is for the competent grammarThe book starts with the MC coming from the mountains to a deserted city While trying to figure out what is going on he meets a group of 4 girls and a janitor about to be raped He kills the two would be rapists and then we are introduced to the characters Now so far we know absolutely nothing about the guy All we know is he was in the mountains because he is a badass and that's what badasses do they live in mountains Of course he offers to help the girls and the janitor because he is a badass badasses have nothing better to do with their lives So when a situation presents itself in which he has to babysit 4 mentally challenged college girls plus a janitor for who knows how long he takes it Because he is a badass He is a complete stock character It's like the character of a game really no backstory no personality just one thing he is toughThe other characters are similarly cartoonish There's a blonde what I think is the author's idea of a sorority girl She is defined by two characteristics she is dumb and she is a super slut She also can't go one sentence without saying the word like Usually this by itself would not be enough to make me think it's wrong but you can't put a character like this in a book and have all the characters around her just not noticing how stupid it is She is such a slut that just as she meets the MC he's just killed two dudes there's blood all over his shirt and as they walk towards their house I guess she just takes his arms and presses her breasts onto him Because that's what girls do after they were just about to be raped and witnessed two guys getting killed And the MC is completely OK with this of course being the stock character that he is he is not entitled to a personal opinion on the matter Then there's the bookworm girl She wears glasses of course she is skinny and she talks sheepishly towards the floor All the time I won't write about the rest this is enough to prove my pointHonestly I feel perhaps I'm being a little unfair towards this author since I haven't really finished the book but you can't really write this and expect me to read it all the way can you? Perhaps in a point to which I haven't gotten the janitor kills the MC because he was the main character all along and enslaves all the girls so we can have a nice story without having to read like every other sentence but I somehow doubt this will happen


  4. says:

    If you smack the hell out of the I Believe button and ignore all the glaring plot holes you could fly a 747 through it's not a terrible book The author is talented and writes well; his dialogue is easy to follow and you never lose the path of the conversationThis was a meh book from a prolific author that I think may be suffering from too high of a publishing rate This book so badly needs developmental editing There are several areas where the author had a chance to enrich the story with small tidbits of backstory I picked at several weapon discrepancies and misuse of weapon terms Since most of this author's readers within this genre are likely to be 1 male and 2 firearm enthusiasts making basic firearm mistakes is unforgivable when a simple Google search or better yet a developmental edit with a firearm expert would have answered the author's uestions Calling a bolt the lever on a bolt action weapon is an unpardonable mistake when a simple Google search will show you a diagram even in color with proper terminology for all the gun's parts so the author does not make a fool of himselfThis book has caused me to doubt if I will purchase another from this author It was meh and there are other indie author who publish better works that I wish to spend my money on


  5. says:

    Bloated Garbage in a SeriesI don't want to be mean but I couldn't get into this book so it is a DNF I checked this book out because I hoped it would be similar to Stephen King's The Stand But Without Law fell short on all counts The story isn't intelligent The writing is insipid and merely competent Not great or even goodA former Army Ranger McTavish comes out of some backwater woods where he was camping out to discover that the world has ended An EMP event So far so good But then it all goes downhillFor some unfathomable reason the inhabitants of a pleasant mountain town have conveniently fled Now you'd expect people to flee for the hills during the times of tribulation You'd expect them to run from big cities to isolated towns But no They conveniently abandon their town for our hero to play in This is completely implausibleThe town has a private girl's school where four young ladies are left in the care of an elderly caretaker McTavish rescuers the damsels and the caretaker from some biker hoodlums But the fight scene is poorly written and inspires little confidence in the authors's ability to write action scenes The language is bland simplistic and the word choice substandard If the sex scenes are written to the same standard I'd rather not read themMuch of the excitement in the beginning of the book revolves around the need to obtain water since the mains water is gone Our damsels are at risk of dehydration McTavish sets out to rescue them Unfortunately our hero's imagination does not stretch beyond looting the local supermarket for bottled water Yes you got that right The former Army Ranger McTavish has spent weeks camping out and yet when the damsels inform him of the water shortage he does not think of water wells and mountain streams To portray a former Ranger and indeed any kind of ex military as so clueless is an insult to people who served their country Hell even any Boy Scout would be resourceful Now McTavish might go loot that shop in the interim but he would think of wells and streams Except he doesn'tIf he deals with the problem later I have already given up on the book by that pointAs I read I lost track of all those girls' names and descriptions until I was left swimming in a name soup There was one of them saying like in every sentence That was ridiculous She is a in a private college not in a trailer park If she really spoke like that the others would have reacted most likely by laughing There is also a bookish girl who always looks at the floor The other two girls were as obnoxious as the firstI couldn't follow who was who and stopped caring The four young ladies all sound alike and and are eually unpleasant I could not see them as sexy or desirable Our hero McTavish is as emotionless as a block of wood The plot moves at a snail's pace There is mundane empty talk page after pageI imagine that left with only bottled water for several days our dehydrated damsels are beginning to whiff a bit At that point I couldn't take it any and gave up


  6. says:

    This reads less like a book and like some guy describing his ultimate fantasy to me in great detail The main character is a Mary Sue who has no flaws thinks he's god's gift to women and takes everything given to him as just his due To me a character has to experience some kind of growth for there to be a story I'm sure there are a lot of people who want to read about the ultimate alpha male who is great at everything have absolutely everything handed to him but I'm not one of themSpecific spoiler ish complaints belowAll 4 of the only women in the world that we know about are gorgeous not an overweight or even plain faced girl among them and all of them immediately want him They then conveniently decide to share him with zero drama Yeah that would happen The only other male in the book that isn't a bad guy biker is an over the hill neutered male who is there for help with manual labor and to give a wink and a nod to acknowledge the main character's alpha status when he beds all of the women Again no drama there right The only conflicts that arise exist only to show how amazing the main character is view spoilerRapists with guns? Knife attack Oversized black bear attacks? Easily handled by the main character with a knife and a22 rifle hide spoiler


  7. says:

    Hated it from the first ten pages I hated the MC Cant do it His other books are much better


  8. says:

    DNF Will come back to this some other time


  9. says:

    This book is a fun attempt at a post disaster survival style novel It's light hearted fun to read and overall an enjoyable book Where this book loses points in my mind is in not uite making up its mind in what it wants to be It spends a lot of time going into great detail about the day to day tasks of staying alive almost to the point where this was a manual than a novel the author has clearly done his research and wants to show it It also sets up a polyamorous fantasy scenario of one man with multiple women and runs with this idea throughout the novel always hinting that it will eventually go down this route but never really committing There are two scenes that dip their toe into the water but aren't written with the same creative flair or effort as the rest of the bookI'd like to see a seuel either settle on being one or the other Or if it insists on being both things then spend an eual amount of time and effort setting up both elements so that expectations can be met Strangely I think that if you came here looking for a gritty end of the world novel you'd be put off by the sex and teenage girls If you came here for the male fantasyharem element then you'll be put off by the volume of the end of the world stuff So no one truly winsHowever all that being said I still enjoyed this and can recommend it with my usual caveats about this style of books They're definitely not for everyone If you come for literary perfection can't see the fun side of adult situations in stories or can't let reality go for the sake of a fun fantasy then it's not the book for you


  10. says:

    Light yet realistic post apocalyptic taleTale of a stressed soldier returning from his walkabout and finding that something has caused the world to change He finds and saves a small group whilst teaching them about surviving at a small rural college Multiple encounters with an amoral motorcycle gang indicate trouble is on the horizon


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