Release

Release Years before the United States collapses and the New Order takes over Asher Jones is a teenager living in Taylor Michigan Turmoil rocks the country Citizens are dismayed But for Asher his only conc

  • Title: Release
  • Author: S.F. Benson
  • ISBN: 9781542344098
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • Years before the United States collapses and the New Order takes over, Asher Jones is a teenager living in Taylor, Michigan Turmoil rocks the country Citizens are dismayed But for Asher, his only concern is the girl next door His world is perfect until the night his family is brutally killed Asher struggles to make sense of his life Drugs and alcohol become his constYears before the United States collapses and the New Order takes over, Asher Jones is a teenager living in Taylor, Michigan Turmoil rocks the country Citizens are dismayed But for Asher, his only concern is the girl next door His world is perfect until the night his family is brutally killed Asher struggles to make sense of his life Drugs and alcohol become his constant companions and land him in jail Now he s at a crossroad clean up his act or continue down the path of self destruction Every choice, however, comes with a consequence When a kid from the right side of the tracks veers left, how does he find his way back

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    1. **** 5 Cranky Stars ****In this novella Asher  tells Ko his back story. It starts on the eve of the street wars that destroyed the country. It is told from Asher's point of view and chronicles his journey through the loss of his family, his first love, his fall into despair, his rocky relationship with his paternal grandparents and his history with Mark and Griffin. It also tells of how he came to join Riza and his introduction to the Alliance.I was pleasantly surprised by the depth of the stor [...]

    2. This was a good read. Never a dull moment, unfortunately that meant Asher was getting hit over and over with tragedy! For a short book, there is a lot of material covered. I haven't read any other books in the series yet, but I'm interested to see how they turn out.

    3. Asher Jones is such a diverse character. He could be called a tragic figure, but I don't feel he is tragic in any way. His life was filled with hurdles and hardship and true horror and yet he seems to have became stronger. Don't get me wrong he did have many mistakes. He also had blind loyalty to his brother and family, strong, intense and intriguing. Can this young impressionable boy turn into a hero? Even with all the secrets, lies and danger, can he still shine? It does also include a snip-it [...]

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