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All-in-all for a book that is only six-word long, it is still able to tell a fun story of friendship and will keep your attention throughout.
Normally when a book starts, it gives you time to meet the characters and get settled in before the madness starts, but that isn’t that case here. Michaelbrent literally jams on the gas and hits a 100mph before the second chapter…and doesn’t let up until the end. “The Colony: Genesis” is fast, intense and in-your-face.