Reign: Genesis

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  • Title: Reign: Genesis
  • Author: Jeffrey Wergin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Genesis Reign, Book One Reign is a dark apocalyptic trilogy, which often veers from its light fantasy and science fiction roots with strong dramatic elements of romance and genuinely funny, original humor, with provocative psychological and philosophical undertones.Mercenary and ex marine, Owen Schaffer, fights to protect his family when a shadow government plunges the UnGenesis Reign, Book One Reign is a dark apocalyptic trilogy, which often veers from its light fantasy and science fiction roots with strong dramatic elements of romance and genuinely funny, original humor, with provocative psychological and philosophical undertones.Mercenary and ex marine, Owen Schaffer, fights to protect his family when a shadow government plunges the United States into indefinite martial law The corkscrewed plot leads the man down a noxious, transformative path, which contests his usual knack for nobility, forged by his guiding light his seraphic wife, Emily For their decade of marriage before the civil war began, she kept Owen s predestined identity hidden from him, eventually also fooling herself into believing that they had outrun the secret, while blended in the normalcy of Midwestern American life But it becomes increasingly difficult to hide what they are when her husband insists on taking a proactive approach to the military sweeping from coast to coast, crushing dissent and rebellion one state at a time.This book is intended for mature audiences Due to harsh language, graphic violence and strong sexual content, readers should be 17.

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      Published :2019-02-19T21:37:35+00:00

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    1. This book was amazing!!!!! From the very beginning I was pulled into the story. I found myself wanting to read more and more. I love the amount of detail that was put into it. I was able to clearly picture the scene, the people and emotions. At times it was kinda hot sexually so no children should read this.Since the book was digital I didn't pay attention to how close I was to the end so when the end of the book was reached I found myself going, "noooooooooo!!! What happens?" Great job Jeff!!!! [...]

    2. I read this book with a very open mind and didn't really know what to expect, but once I started it was hard to put down. There are so many plot twists that keep a reader thoroughly engrossed. I really liked Emily and Owen's dynamic but did find that the book was a little too detailed at times. If you like conspiracy thrillers this is a book for you. I can't wait for the next book to see what is going to happen.

    3. Holy moley, what a book. I'm floored. I think I may have a new favorite here. It was so unique and so much was happening, while still be easy to follow. There were a bunch of characters, all with their own believable persona. Then Owen's transformation and the ending(s)!!!

    4. An amazing book, keeps your attention and this author paints an amazing visual picture of what is going on, not to mention many intense situations which literally had me in the edge of my seat I know sounds cliche but really am shocked. Haven't read many books last few years but if I can find a book like this once a yr makes reading 10 boring books worth it. I would love to have this in a autographed paperback version!

    5. both well written and thought out. has a style or voice I wouldnt normally enjoy but I was drawn in and was eager to find the answers and discover the hidden clues. I liked owen and his family, the moments between father and son were touching. what makes this story is the believability. go on give it a chance I doubt you'll regret it

    6. Firstly, I'd like to say I read this as a pdf copy from the author, Jeffrey Wergin, in return for an honest review. I'm glad for the opportunity. Formatting seemed fine in the copy I read but there were a few small typos (get passed instead of past, birds were parched instead of perched - I did feel sorry for them! - all minor ones like that).There were things I liked about this book, and sadly, things I didn't like, as well. I wanted very much to love it, and certainly the description sounded e [...]

    7. Alright. Let me gather my thoughts first. As I was reading the summary plot of the book, I was contemplating whether to give it a shot or not. The book cover doesn't quite tempt me, but the premise of the story is tugging at my 'pre/post-apocalyptic' fascination that I decided to pick it up. So I read it without expecting anything. Owen is a very strong man, physically and mentally. He has a wife, Emily the love of his life, mother of his two children. The story started with a promise of chaos a [...]

    8. I liked the sound of this novel, but wasn't sure if it would be my cup of tea after reading the prologue. But, it was. Although written in a way that would not usually appeal to me, it caught my attention and kept my interest all the way through. I was drawn into the story of Owen and his family, and they all seemed very 'real'. This made it an exciting and quick read! Chapter 40 was also to die for! It definitely transformed the book for me. Ultimately, this was a dystopian novel and a dark one [...]

    9. First of all, I would like to thank the author for giving me a copy of his book in exchange for an honest review.I’m not often asked by authors to review their work so when I am asked I’m slightly wary in case I hate the book and I inadvertently hurt someone’s feelings. After reading the synopsis and other reviews for this book (which range in ratings – something I consider a good thing as if they were all 5* ratings I would be rather suspicious of the bias) I thought I would take Wergin [...]

    10. I loved the idea of this story…What would one brave man do in the face of total collapse of his country, in order to survive and save those he loves. The nation is in total chaos and destruction with no one coming to the rescue. Owen takes it upon himself to take control of his own family’s destiny, and leads them on a perilous journey of endurance and preservation. Owen made a good hero…tender and loving at times with his family, yet strong, capable and merciless with those that stood aga [...]

    11. Summary:A ex-military family man tries to hide his family from danger when the Government of the USA goes a bit facist starts attacking its own citizens.Things I liked:Setting: I found the idea of how ordinary people might react when a traditionally democratic government goes facist pretty interesting. Things I thought could be improved: Exposition: large chunks of the plot and character relationships are simply stated in the text "An infrequent altercation may pop up here and there but it would [...]

    12. Well, first things first; I must Thank Mr. Wergin for giving me a copy of his ebook to read and review and I must say that it took me by surprise. At first I didn't think it would be for me as it seemed like mostly shoot 'em up guy lit, but after reading it and getting more involved in the story I swiftly found myself altering my course of thought in that regard. Yes, the main character is male and ex-military but the similarities to typical guns, boobs and cars guy-lit ended there. The characte [...]

    13. I would like to thank Jeff for a copy of the book for me to read; it is always good to expand one's literary horizons. I thought that the description of the book sounded good but unfortunately the book didn't work very well for me. The voice in the story didn't flow and because of it I had a hard time getting involved in the story. I.e. Emily was referred to as 'she' 'her' 'the woman' and 'the mother' all in 2 sentences; for me that isn't very clear and keeps me unsure about if I am reading abou [...]

    14. When life as they knew it starts turning into a hell on Earth, the Schaffer family has a patriarch who won't go down without a fight. Our protagonist is a strategist, a fighter, who is equipped and trained for the challenge, and when the threat is revealed to be greater than he thought, it's revealed that he's more capable than he thought. No punches are pulled, this is no polite struggle, it's brutal, bloody. Dark. A hero is required to master his dark side, to be effective, and Owen Schaffer m [...]

    15. This book is a lot of different things. Ultimately it's a fall of America, dystopian tale. In that regard it succeeded well. It hooked me from the beginning. I was interested in Owen and his family. And their story was told well. It was a surprisingly quick read. But the book was more than that. And that's where the problems for me began. The sex scenes were hot, but were they necessary? They just seemed out of place. Then the story of a family's survival in an upside down America turned into sc [...]

    16. First of all, there so many things that I want to like about this novel. The genre is my favorite, apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic. It is also based on a biblical interpretation, which is another favorite of mine. But somehow it does not work. Let me elaborate it one by one.First, the writing. The writing is really dry, near boring. I have to force myself to finish the novel, skimming some not interesting parts. (The last time I did this was when I read Twilight). If I were not asked to write this [...]

    17. Genesis by Jeffrey Wergin Ex-marine and family man, Owen Schaffer, is thrust into his dark apocalyptic destiny when a shadow government plunges the United States into disarray. The corkscrewed plot leads the man down a noxious, transformative path, which contests his usual knack for chivalry, forged by his guiding light—his seraphic wife, Emily. For their decade of marriage before the civil war began, she was able to keep him ignorant to his predestined identity, eventually also fooling hersel [...]

    18. Being offered a copy of the book directly from author, I was happy to give this a try. Unfortunately I can't recommend it. The writing is stilted and distracted me so much that i couldn't engage with the story. With so much to read I simply can't justify spending more time on this. Best of luck with the rest of the series.

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