Title: Home: A Dystopian Journey
Author: David Kummer
The wilderness shows no mercy.
On a journey to nowhere, an escape from the past, four travelers must confront the harsh realities of their chosen path. The terrain is treacherous; the supplies are low. But turning back isn’t an option. Only death is behind.
Someone is following.
Others have tried this route. Many have gone; none have returned. Their only salvation, their only hope, lies at the end. But the end of the journey is not what it seems. Nothing is.
This book starts out in an apocalyptic type world. We’re introduced to a group of four friends, one of which is very sick. Knowing that she can’t travel much farther, she decides to stay behind and one member of the group stays with her while the others continue on in search of “home.” When it’s time for him to continue on and find his friends, there are plenty of obstacles along the way. Will he make it home or fall before he can find it?
This book has plenty of twists and turns, leaving the reader to wonder if the group will ever truly find the place they are looking for or not. Each character has their own personality leaving a rich reading experience. This is the kind of book where you connect to the characters in a way that leaves you rooting for their survival.
I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving my review.