Ava kicks butt! Ava was a victim of the culling of NYC. She climbs out of the anarchy that took over as the adults died and teens formed gangs to survive. If you like a take charge female character, Ava is here for your reading enjoyment! - Bonne Kelly
A story of what young men and women go through just to grow up and find their way in life. Her description of boot camp and the way of military life is spot on, from the drill instructors to the commanders. - Fred Oelrich
Feral Recruit is as good as, or better than, 90% of the Science Fiction books published by well-established popular writers. Gritty, realistic and the characters are believable. Reminds me of Starship Troopers. - Jim Hunt
When Ebola struck Manhattan, Ava Panic was a bright high school sophomore. Two years later, Ava's still kicking. Also hitting, biting, and gouging eyes.
Nine out of ten didn't make it. Half the survivors are feral teens like Ava. During the Starve, their gangs terrorized the city. The Army finally stopped the dying, and resettled desirable refugees into the countryside.
But no one wants the gang rats, least of all the adults in the city. The generations loathe each other.
The new nation of Hudson hopes Army discipline can salvage these kids. Ava is game. Because the Army holds all the cards now. And if the streets taught her anything, Ava knows that only the ones with power survive. But for this to work, either the Army or gang rat Ava will have to change.
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