[PDF] Download ☆ Circles in the Dust | by ô Matthew Harrop

By Matthew Harrop | Comments: ( 150 ) | Date: ( Jul 03, 2020 )

What if the world you know was taken from you tomorrow David spends his time staring out the window at the forest he can see from his family s apartment window, yearning to explore the woods until war ravages the world and thrusts him into a nuclear wasteland Like many others, he finds security in the woods that once filled his daydreams He takes shelter under the boughWhat if the world you know was taken from you tomorrow David spends his time staring out the window at the forest he can see from his family s apartment window, yearning to explore the woods until war ravages the world and thrusts him into a nuclear wasteland Like many others, he finds security in the woods that once filled his daydreams He takes shelter under the boughs of the ancient pines while he watches everything he knows turned upside down by a prolonged nuclear winter Emerging from this apocalypse, he has little than a cabin in the woods and a small store of canned food Years of winter and constant hunger tug at the little hope he has of survival Struggling to make it just one day, David must face his own demons, abandon everything he has ever known, and travel to the last vestiges of humanity where a war between starving factions threatens mankind s last chance to make up for past mistakes.


  • Title: Circles in the Dust
  • Author: Matthew Harrop
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Matthew Harrop

I am a lifelong inhabitant of Spokane, where I ve spent my time reading and daydreaming about dragons, monsters, knights, dragons, alternate universes, dystopias, even the occasional dragon The first thing I can remember wanting to be was an author, and here I am, technically doing just that I love to read anything I can get my hands on and have worked on stories than I care to think about I ll finish them all someday, I swear I ve got a wife and a vast horde of animals that have infested my home, including one little monster that helps me name my characters when I m stuck.



Comments Circles in the Dust

  • Sonatajessica

    Look at this gorgeous cover, I received this as a giveaway last summer (thanks so much) and there was no way I would read something looking like that in July heat, so it had to wait for this long, snowy winter.Sadly, I think the cover is my favorite thing about this post-apocalyptic novel. From the beginning on, I knew that the writing style and me did not float on the same boat, for my liking it was a bit too forced and trying too hard. Still, I wanted to give the plot itself a fair chance.But [...]


  • Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by JustinBook provided by the authorOriginally posted at Romancing the BookI love the post-apocalyptic genre. Besides the well-cooked zombie sub-genre, this literary world still has many avenues of unforeseen stories to be told by a multitude of authors. A well done tale can simultaneously creep us out, make us wonder if this could ever happen and if we could make it, haunt us, and show us something about ourselves in the present-day. Circles in the Dust by Matthew Harrop, his first nov [...]


  • Baglady

    Nuclear winter sci-fi story with more emotional character development and less science than I usually like in sci fi, especially with such a highly technical topic as post-war survival. Initially I was confused about the time orientation but then learned to take cues from the description of the facial hair of the main character. However I'm still confused about how much time actually was envisioned as elapsing between the war and the various story parts. Also still confused about the exact natur [...]


  • Bobby

    Circles in the Dust is a harrowing look at humanity in the wake of a future global conflict that doesn't' necessarily involve atomic weapons and nuclear destruction to destroy the human race. But rather a future that destroys itself with greed and want on every scale, large and small. This story reminded me of a grown up version of Lord of the Flies. Where the strong and "haves" conflict with the weaker "have-nots". I became a little confused on what David was actually trying to accomplish but o [...]


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