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Reviewed by Taylor Wade for Readers' Favorite
Redfall: Freedom Fighters (American Prepper Series Book 2) by Jay J. Falconer is the second book in a dystopian fiction series that shows what happens to the world after a deadly red rain falls across the country. Simon Redfall is a survivalist who works with a group of freedom fighters. Their job is to learn everything they can about a storm that has been unleashed across our country so that they can stop it, combat it, or discover the reason for it. Their search leads Simon to Jeffrey Hansen. Jeffrey is a former military intelligence operative who is dedicated to his mission. Simon can’t believe the devastation behind Jeffrey’s weather control technology, but he is frightened to discover there is something coming that's even worse than Jeffrey’s goals. Without Simon’s help, the country will never be prepared for what is coming after Jeffrey’s deadly storm.
I really enjoyed Redfall: Freedom Fighters. It is probably one of the most unique stories about the end of the world that anyone can read, and that’s what makes it so hard to put down. Falconer has created this incredibly complex world, with dark, scary characters but also incredibly proud heroes who want to lead the country on a comeback mission. I love the survivalist aspect and really enjoyed learning about how the characters survived in this dangerous new world. I think the educational aspects of this story are fascinating and, while I hope no one ever has to use them, I think people will enjoy reading about them and learning something from a book they thought was pure entertainment.