I received this book for free in return for an honest review. There are people who reach out in times of need and trouble, and there are people who don’t. Decker is one of the latter. He has hoarded supplies for the crisis and sits out his time in his apartment. By the time he’s ready to join what’s left of society, well, there just isn’t much left to join.
This is a witty internal monologue and the beginning of an interesting series. The humour is dry and honest, and the story works well with the single character. I also thought that the length of the story was just about right, but the little preview into the next book in the series has definitely caught my interest. One thing I will say about this author duet is that they really know how to get into the mind of a character, and no matter what that poor unfortunate is going through it is told in an amusing manner.