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The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More by Eric Robert Nolan

If you love post-apocalyptic science fiction as much as I do, then you must read The Dogs Don't Bark in Brooklyn Any More.

Hello, and welcome to the latest edition of What I Am Reading. I am 4-LAN: your host and author of this book review blog.

Rebecca O'Conner grew up not knowing the America that we know. In the near future the world will be gripped by a plague that will ravage the human population and severely cripple our abilities to maintain the society and technologies that we are used to. This chaos and disorder will also allow a new dominant species to inherit the earth.

The new adversary to the human race is cunning and intelligent. It is wily and resourceful. Its numbers have grown into vastness during the interim that humans struggled to regain a foot hold after such a devastating disease.

At one point in our colorful history, our ancestors had hunted this species to near extinction. It would seem that perhaps they have a vendetta against us and in our weakness, they have found new strength, resolve and have inexplicably mutated into an intelligence that is unprecedented in their kind.

Now, Rebecca O' Conner must lead an elite division of our military that is highly trained and disciplined in seeking out this formidable threat to our existence. The fate of the human race lies in the hands of these brave men and women who risk their own lives each and every day to ensure that humans do not go the way of the dinosaur.

The Dogs Don't Bark in Brooklyn Any More is a great and original story. The reader will definitely be submerged in this brutal and frightening glimpse into a future America that bears little resemblance to the home that we all know and love.

So, hold onto your seat and strap yourself in! This book is going full throttle and is one ride that you do not want to fall out of!

Until next time-read plentiful and let your imagine wander. Our minds know no bounds and it is a wonderful thing to allow another to take us to places that we can only dream of...

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Comment by Ken Magee on May 25, 2015 at 5:21am

I don't know why, but the title of this book had caught my eye a while ago. It's great to get the 4-LAN review now, so I can be confident the book belongs on my ever-growing to-read list and it hasn't just arrived there on a whim.

I enjoy post-apocalyptic adventures, but a lot of the recent crop have been a bit samey - this one sounds different, and worth a bash.

Comment by 4-LAN on April 6, 2014 at 5:32pm

That's the one!


Comment by Eric Robert Nolan on April 6, 2014 at 3:47pm

That would be "All Hail the New Flesh."  I hope you enjoy it!!  :-)

Comment by 4-LAN on April 6, 2014 at 3:43pm

Thanks Eric,

I just shared that with my followers on Twitter :-)

I am actually having them send me another book for me to review. It is a collection of short science fiction stories. I believe you have one in there also. Not recalling the title off the top of my head, but it has a skull on the book cover.

Comment by Eric Robert Nolan on April 6, 2014 at 2:44pm

Lance, my understanding is that Dagda is still seeking reviewers; see this link:

Comment by 4-LAN on April 2, 2014 at 8:59pm

Thanks Eric and Joleene :-)

Eric, you know your publisher better than I. Do you think they would be willing to do that for others around here that post book reviews for their books?

That sounds like a great idea!

Maybe you should try reading Blood and Fire and see if you still want to extend that offer :-)

Dagda had an advertisement for a science fiction story they have coming out this summer. I will have to go back to their site to recall the name. I am thinking of doing a review of that one for them next, since I still have an extensive list of books to review for authors here on The Book Marketing Network.

But I am very excited to do reviews for them :-)

Comment by Eric Robert Nolan on April 2, 2014 at 1:46pm

And I am quite glad to learn that you are joining the community over at Dagda Publishing!

Comment by Eric Robert Nolan on April 2, 2014 at 1:45pm

Thanks again for an extremely well worded review, 4-LAN.  Seriously!  I just might ask to co-author something with you in the future.  ;-)

Comment by Joleene Naylor on March 31, 2014 at 8:37pm

Well that sounds like a good deal, 4-LAN! :) 

Comment by 4-LAN on March 28, 2014 at 8:34pm

Thanks Elizabeth :-)

I know you are busy, but Eric's story is definitely worth a read.

Plus, since he is published by Dagda, they have offered for me to be one of their book reviewers and will help direct traffic to me.

Maybe they can do the same for you also :-)

Glad you liked the review!

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