I really had to concentrate on this book Mike had so many different alias i didn’t know who was who for awhile there. Never a boring paragraph. Very interesting characters with a real world feel to them. I’m looking forward to a continuation series.
Book came up as a value deal and sounded interesting. Glad I purchased this one. Enjoyed the genre and couldn’t put it down. Lots of different storylines explored keeping it interesting at all times. I liked the extended period covered by the book without losing details in the story told.
I enjoy this genre, especially for it being non zombie. It is a long read, i thought it would’v’e been better if it had been split into three books with much more detail included.
The concept is refreshing and different, however, the characters could’ve been developed over a longer period. I felt it was rushed at times, as if the author wanted to get it over with.
The opportunity is now there to move the story forward, in more detail. There is so much more to include into the story and expand on. A brave new world. It is a start.
The sort of read that could easily be made into a TV series
I loved this book. It had a start, middle and a proper end. I don’t care if it was not written perfectly as some others have pointed out, I thought it was a great story. I was gripped from start to finish.
So many end of the world stories focus entirely on the negative this one was so different it wasn’t all about death, destruction and murder it was about moving forward from a tragedy and making a new life. With believable characters that weren’t all heroes but tried their best.
Well done to Philip G Henley I will look out for more of your books
THE PERSUASIVE MAN is not a story, per se, but a confession by a man who has had it all throughout life. Now that the end is near, he has to come to terms with the good and the bad, the fortune and the misfortune, the happiness and the misery. If you’re looking for a fast paced thriller, this isn’t it. This is a lot of rambling by a man who wants to get everything off his chest before it’s too late.