A Life Unencumbered by T.J. Hutton
I liked this story. If you’re looking for a storyline that is very syfy, this isn’t it.
It is however, a story of survival, loss, tragedy, and a strong will to not just survive, but to thrive under harsh conditions.
The story begins with Anna; a strong and independent woman with good survival instincts. Anna’s friends laughed at her for stockpiling for ten years, turns out she saved people with her food. We soon meet Rick who has a stabilizing influence on the people around him, and is a natural leader. A virus kills a lot of people; the infrastructure is destroyed, and people wander to eat and find safety.
I like that the author shows people in real trouble and how they handle it. The reason I said earlier about it not really being a true science fiction is too much romance. However, I think it’s perfectly natural to have feelings for people in a life and death situation; the romance enhanced the story, in my opinion.
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