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Review: Bleed Out: It Just Happened, Book 0

Bleed Out: It Just Happened, Book 0 Bleed Out: It Just Happened, Book 0 by Straughn Bowman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In the first two books in the Bleed Out series, we're told that America's second civil war was caused by It... But what exactly was It?

I enjoy the Bleed Out series and have always been curious what IT really was. I was pleased to hear that the author was writing a 'Book 0' before moving onto Book 3.

This prequel explains what this mysterious force of It is all about. Within the span of a few days time, a series of cataclysmic events happen to occur in a short time, each worse than the last. These events lead to the dissolving of the USA and sets North America on a new path - the world we first encountered in the critically acclaimed Bleed Out series.

This terrifying, chilling thriller will have Americans wondering... Could It happen to us?

This book was definitely action-packed, well-written, and helps flesh out the world of Bleed Out. To be quite honest, this seems like an event that could actually happen in this mixed up world of 2019.

I recommend everyone to read this book (and entire series) as a cautionary tale for what could come. Start with and then move to the other two.

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for my feedback.

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