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Jacob Alexander has spent more than a decade perfecting his off-the-grid lifestyle in remote northwestern Wisconsin. But nothing prepares him for the Sovereign Resistance, a white nationalist paramilitary group. The Resistance's activities include kidnapping, torture and murder. And Jacob's about to battle them face to face to rescue their victims. Jacob knows the terrain Jacob Alexander has spent more than a decade perfecting his off-the-grid lifestyle in remote northwestern Wisconsin. But nothing prepares him for the Sovereign Resistance, a white nationalist paramilitary group. The Resistance's activities include kidnapping, torture and murder. And Jacob's about to battle them face to face to rescue their victims. Jacob knows the terrain. The Resistance doesn't. But he's outgunned and outmanned. And his deer rifle might not be enough to make it out of this standoff alive.


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Jacob Alexander has spent more than a decade perfecting his off-the-grid lifestyle in remote northwestern Wisconsin. But nothing prepares him for the Sovereign Resistance, a white nationalist paramilitary group. The Resistance's activities include kidnapping, torture and murder. And Jacob's about to battle them face to face to rescue their victims. Jacob knows the terrain Jacob Alexander has spent more than a decade perfecting his off-the-grid lifestyle in remote northwestern Wisconsin. But nothing prepares him for the Sovereign Resistance, a white nationalist paramilitary group. The Resistance's activities include kidnapping, torture and murder. And Jacob's about to battle them face to face to rescue their victims. Jacob knows the terrain. The Resistance doesn't. But he's outgunned and outmanned. And his deer rifle might not be enough to make it out of this standoff alive.

30 review for The Cabin: An Off the Grid Suspense Thriller

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dixie

    this was a good book. did not get me emotionally involved which I'm not happy with. I want to LIVE through the characters, but this one I didn't feel connected at all. bummer. I thought it would be better, but it is a good read. this was a good book. did not get me emotionally involved which I'm not happy with. I want to LIVE through the characters, but this one I didn't feel connected at all. bummer. I thought it would be better, but it is a good read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    George (BuriedInBooks)

    A really good short Thriller set in a under explored and unconventional setting set in the mountains of America. The main protagonist is what I would call a hermit who lives off the grid without internet and for the most part no phone signal, so when a group of mysterious men in black SUVs turn up there isn’t much he can do. After the men leave he explores the cabin they stayed in and makes a awful discovery. The cabin is really well wrote and is the perfect length to get the whole story acros A really good short Thriller set in a under explored and unconventional setting set in the mountains of America. The main protagonist is what I would call a hermit who lives off the grid without internet and for the most part no phone signal, so when a group of mysterious men in black SUVs turn up there isn’t much he can do. After the men leave he explores the cabin they stayed in and makes a awful discovery. The cabin is really well wrote and is the perfect length to get the whole story across without bombarding the reader with info dumps which really put me off. I liked the cast of characters which are diverse and well fleshed out which is why I’ve given The Cabin four out of five. Thanks for reading everyone!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Finished in one reading. Enjoyable story. I like tales that take place in the winter. Not everything happens in balmy Hawaii. Ended sort of abruptly, but I think the average reader could figure it out. Enough tension to hold your attention. That is why I read it in one sitting. Wanted to see what was going to happen next.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    Lucky for the hero, all the bad guys are complete morons.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Caitlyn

    I've read better The story was pretty dis-jointed. Usually a story leads up to an end. Not this one. In one or two pages it`s over, like someone ran out of ideas. I've read better The story was pretty dis-jointed. Usually a story leads up to an end. Not this one. In one or two pages it`s over, like someone ran out of ideas.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bandit

    Normally I’m into survival stories. Off the grid living is intriguing to, albeit strictly conceptually. I may dislike people enough for the lifestyle, but modern conveniences I’m very fond of. So this should have been more compelling then. And it wasn’t. It does deliver on its title promise, although not much suspense to be found, mainly a straight up thriller, battle of some mental powers and considerably more fire powers. Very testosterone driven, not a female character around outside of the p Normally I’m into survival stories. Off the grid living is intriguing to, albeit strictly conceptually. I may dislike people enough for the lifestyle, but modern conveniences I’m very fond of. So this should have been more compelling then. And it wasn’t. It does deliver on its title promise, although not much suspense to be found, mainly a straight up thriller, battle of some mental powers and considerably more fire powers. Very testosterone driven, not a female character around outside of the protagonist’s long gone clichéd slut of wife, whose cheating on him with his own brother set the man on the course of solitary life in the northern wilderness of Wisconsin. If you think that’s foreboding and forbidding, the story takes place in the middle of winter during a snowstorm. And so the man, who went into the woods for some peace and quiet and to get away from everyone, ends up dealing with armed and dangerous white supremacists who end up at one of the neighboring cabins. You’d think there’d be more survivalist sort of thing and macguyvering and ingenuity, but no, not so much. Instead there are guns. A very American story at that. A shoot’em up with very clearly drawn battle lines and an obvious ending. Nuance and surprise free. It’s a quick read 140 minutes at most, just slightly longer than a novella, easily done in one sitting, mildly entertaining in a mindless action thriller sort of way. A very manly adventure. The writing’s very competent (the editing is too for that matter), considerably above the average quality for a random Kindle freebie. Not quite the story I was hoping for, but decent enough.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ray

    It was good. I liked a lot of what was offered. I am not sure the ending was enough for me. It felt like it fell short. I wanted more. I felt the mc was vindicated in the end, but it could have had more there. A solid story, but it would have been better with some added flash maybe.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Not bad at all. It a pretty good story line and is fast paced. I almost stopped reading past the first chapter. It was full of vulgar language. I did keep reading because it mellowed out a lot. Only wish there was a prologue because there was a few questions that I would like to have answered, but not a cliff hanger thank goodness.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michele Evans

    Great book Kept me hooked from the beginning. The ending was kind of abrupt but it was good too. Amazing what this middle age man could accomplish when helping innocents and battling against evil.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Mikos

    Not a very exciting book. I kept reading expecting something to happen. Would have liked to know how some of the characters made out in the end. It was a rather abrupt ending.

  11. 5 out of 5

    C.L.

    Decently-written novella, but not a novel As far as story, "The Cabin" is a quick-paced bit of intrigue and action. Unfortunately, the author has used a formula meant purely to sell books on Amazon it seems; a story that is the length of a novella, the added tagline 'off the grid suspense thriller' so the story gets bumped up the keyword search, and an abrupt ending that would be perfect for the short story but is nearly as cliche as tossing in 'The End'. This is not a horrible story. Don't get m Decently-written novella, but not a novel As far as story, "The Cabin" is a quick-paced bit of intrigue and action. Unfortunately, the author has used a formula meant purely to sell books on Amazon it seems; a story that is the length of a novella, the added tagline 'off the grid suspense thriller' so the story gets bumped up the keyword search, and an abrupt ending that would be perfect for the short story but is nearly as cliche as tossing in 'The End'. This is not a horrible story. Don't get me wrong. It was interesting enough to hold my attention for the hour it took me to read it cover to cover. The idea of "off the grid" is a stretch. A guy who isolates himself after a failed marriage is not off the grid in the same sense as a guy who lives off nothing but the land. There are hints that the author had an idea what that may be like but had not really researched it or wanted to write a story long enough to develop that part of his main character. Too bad, because I think if he'd been more convincing in that area he would have given this story more substance. I think Koloen just did not go for the blockbuster and chose the proverbial quick e-book success route preached by so-called experts and it hurt the overall enjoyability for readers who are looking for more than a brief respite and unpredictable villains (white supremacy anti-government groups aren't the only bad guys who could operate in the woods, btw). A solid 3 stars, closing on 3.5, for good formatting and no real grammatical errors to speak of combined with a fun diversion of a tale.

  12. 4 out of 5

    James

    Jacob learns about life at The Cabin and friendship. This storytakes place in the north woods of Wisconsin. The story is about a man called Jacob Alexander who is sorta a loner. The book opens with Jacob getting married to a woman n against the wishes of his family. But one New Ye ar's Eve he finally learns the reason why. But Jacob is a hard worker and very smart and he saves his money and while taking a walk in the woods he comes across an old cabin for sale. This is what he is looking for a ca Jacob learns about life at The Cabin and friendship. This storytakes place in the north woods of Wisconsin. The story is about a man called Jacob Alexander who is sorta a loner. The book opens with Jacob getting married to a woman n against the wishes of his family. But one New Ye ar's Eve he finally learns the reason why. But Jacob is a hard worker and very smart and he saves his money and while taking a walk in the woods he comes across an old cabin for sale. This is what he is looking for a cabin in the woods he buys it and for the next few years restores the cabin. After he gets the cabin fixed up some strangers come to the cabins a cross the pond from Jacob. And this is when Jacob's life comes about 180 degrees.He also meets a couple of friends which brings Jacob out of his shell. This is a good murder mystery that takes place in a snowstorm in northern Wisconsin. I really enjoyed reading The Cabin it was an easy story to read and I highly recommend it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    3.5 stars raised to 4 Jacob has been living in his cabin in the woods of Northern Wisconsin for years. He, after a failed marriage, chose to isolate himself from the world. His cabin is at the top of a hill overlooking a pond and four more cabins on the other side of the pond. It is winter and snowing enough to make everything impassible. Jacob has, for the owners and occasional users of the other cabins, kept an eye on them. One day he spots two SUVs at the furthest cabin and some men nearby. No 3.5 stars raised to 4 Jacob has been living in his cabin in the woods of Northern Wisconsin for years. He, after a failed marriage, chose to isolate himself from the world. His cabin is at the top of a hill overlooking a pond and four more cabins on the other side of the pond. It is winter and snowing enough to make everything impassible. Jacob has, for the owners and occasional users of the other cabins, kept an eye on them. One day he spots two SUVs at the furthest cabin and some men nearby. Not knowing who these men were and why they were there he goes to investigate. While he is hiking over, the vehicles leave. He looks around the cabin and through the windows. There he sees a man bound to a chair and appearing to be dead. He also sees a dead man on the floor. Jacob leaves, tries to contact the Police (cell phone reception is very iffy) and decides what he will do about all this. The novel goes on from there. It also tells some of the back story of the antagonists and what led to their being at the cabin. It is well written and the chapters are short and to the point. It will keep most readers engrossed. Thanks to the author and publisher for an e-galley for an honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Knapp

    Fantastic!! The title of this book intrigued me, especially the part about an "off the grid suspense thriller." But that was a perfect description of this story. The first few paragraphs might seem a little slow, but very soon it picks up speed and then it just takes off. And there is plenty of suspense and action all the way through. A man who has chosen to live away from the general public, alone in a wilderness area where intruders are few and far between when suddenly his quiet peaceful existe Fantastic!! The title of this book intrigued me, especially the part about an "off the grid suspense thriller." But that was a perfect description of this story. The first few paragraphs might seem a little slow, but very soon it picks up speed and then it just takes off. And there is plenty of suspense and action all the way through. A man who has chosen to live away from the general public, alone in a wilderness area where intruders are few and far between when suddenly his quiet peaceful existence is disturbed loun noises, loud people, and gunshots not too far from his cabin in the woods. And when he discovers who they are, his life is now in jeopardy too. He manages to find a strong enough signal to put a single call into the authorities for help, but with a heavy snowstorm bearing down on them all, to expect help to reach him in time might just be impossible. This is a stand-alone story, full of suspense and excitement, and very well written. I loved it! I should not be surprised by his talents. I have read his "Insects" trilogy and could not put it down once I started. One of the very few serials that I have actually read and never regretted doing so.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kary Elliott

    Boring Did not get past first 30 pages. Kept waiting for intrigue to interest me but gave up. Too much went into describing main character's indecisiveness, making read frustrating and dull. Boring Did not get past first 30 pages. Kept waiting for intrigue to interest me but gave up. Too much went into describing main character's indecisiveness, making read frustrating and dull.

  16. 5 out of 5

    John Charles

    3.5 stars - I must admit, the blurb intrigued me. The story idea had considerable merit and Koloen did pull me in to the premise. Nothing gets a person’s attention more then watching a man move from having a brilliant career, a happy marriage, and enjoying life, to becoming a hermit in the woods. Why would anyone make such a major turn around in their life? Well Jacob’s thorn was a job that had become more of a burden than love and the dagger that gutted him was a cheating wife. Renovating an iso 3.5 stars - I must admit, the blurb intrigued me. The story idea had considerable merit and Koloen did pull me in to the premise. Nothing gets a person’s attention more then watching a man move from having a brilliant career, a happy marriage, and enjoying life, to becoming a hermit in the woods. Why would anyone make such a major turn around in their life? Well Jacob’s thorn was a job that had become more of a burden than love and the dagger that gutted him was a cheating wife. Renovating an isolated cabin became his healing. I can understand that as I, myself, renovated an abandoned house that most said should be torn down, not rebuilt. But in an isolated wilderness? No thanks, not for me. Jacob was angry enough that his new world made perfect sense. His limited contact with the outside world was with vacationers in cabins across the lake and his occasional need to stock up on groceries. Other than that his world was peaceful, quiet, and well, isolated. It was all that until he heard the gunshots from across the lake, the frozen lake in the middle of winter. His distant neighbors had all left the woods allowing winter to settle around their cabins. No one should be there, especially with heavy artillery. As isolated as he was, Jacob had to walk miles to find enough signal to call for help. Help in that territory meant an assistant sheriff might drive by to see who was making the noise. Spoiler Alert: The sheriff found out in a way that he definitely didn’t like. Koloen pulled me in, had me wondering what would happen, got my interest and… he left me hanging. The end of the story came way too fast. Yes he tied up all the loose ends, but at a pace that didn’t keep with the prior speed of the story. I wish he put just a bit more time into the closing chapters. Had he, this book would rate 4 or even 5 stars. Apparently I’m not alone in my thoughts as may other reviewers wanted more, too. Additional reviews are on my site - johncharlesbooks.com

  17. 4 out of 5

    John Podlaski

    Four paramilitary soldiers are directed by their leaders to leave Detroit and travel to Wisconsin in search of a former member who had left the fold and was now leaking information about the group to the authorities. Their orders were clear - kill him when he was located. It didn't take long, but they didn't count on him being accompanied by an FBI agent. Both men were driven out to the mountains by the soldiers where they found a secluded group of cabins. The snitch was killed and the agent bad Four paramilitary soldiers are directed by their leaders to leave Detroit and travel to Wisconsin in search of a former member who had left the fold and was now leaking information about the group to the authorities. Their orders were clear - kill him when he was located. It didn't take long, but they didn't count on him being accompanied by an FBI agent. Both men were driven out to the mountains by the soldiers where they found a secluded group of cabins. The snitch was killed and the agent badly beaten and left near death when the group left for a nearby town for the night. They'd deal with the agent and dispose of the bodies tomorrow. Jacob Alexander, a computer geek, caught his wife having sex with his brother and decided to put it all behind him. He took his savings and headed for the hills, building a small cabin where he became a hermit. He shared a small lake with four other cabins on the far side and agreed to watch over them for the owners during the winter months. When making one of his checks, he wasn't counting on finding two bodies in the farthest cabin. He didn't have an internet or cell phone coverage so there was no way to contact the police. It was his job now to protect the innocent and resolve this problem. When they face off in the morning, the tension builds and keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the end. That is where I was quickly disappointed as the story abruptly ended. One reviewer mentioned that it was like a final chapter was missing and no follow-up on the characters. The author doesn't say that the story would be continued in another installment. Too much was left open ended. The story is short and can be read in an afternoon. I was very close to rating this three stars...hopefully the author takes this information and does a rewrite.

  18. 4 out of 5

    moxieBK

    The Cabin: An Off the Grid Suspense Thriller — John Koloen (69 chapters) May 21, 2018 Don’t let the number of chapters scare you. They are short. This is a quick read, partly because it’s such a page-turner. The ending f the chapter leads into the next and before I knew it, I was on chapter 12. I don’t normally read thrillers, but this one was well done. It centers on a loner/semi-recluse, who lives in the woods and watches the cabins that his summer dwellers live in. He lives in his cabin year ro The Cabin: An Off the Grid Suspense Thriller — John Koloen (69 chapters) May 21, 2018 Don’t let the number of chapters scare you. They are short. This is a quick read, partly because it’s such a page-turner. The ending f the chapter leads into the next and before I knew it, I was on chapter 12. I don’t normally read thrillers, but this one was well done. It centers on a loner/semi-recluse, who lives in the woods and watches the cabins that his summer dwellers live in. He lives in his cabin year round. During a winter storm, he notices something weird at one of the cabins and that is when the real story starts. The antagonists are vigilante white-supremists, called the Sovereigns. The book rotates between the loner and the Sovereigns. The only thing I couldn’t quite figure out is why the background of the male protagonist was written as such. What did that event have to do with him being in the woods? I get it that something had to have happened, I just don’t understand why it was that particular event. The ending is abrupt. Otherwise, a great diversion in reading. Three stars.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    The Cabin: an Off the Grid suspsense thriller by John Koloen Book starts out with Jacob and he's just gotten married, to the most gorgeous woman ever. He soon realizes that she's just out for his money as she's caught cheating on him. He's tired of being the guy to give her everything and walks out into the WI wilderness and soon finds a place where he can call home. Love what he does to survive-watching others cabins for money while they're not there and what's in his cabin. Story also follows a g The Cabin: an Off the Grid suspsense thriller by John Koloen Book starts out with Jacob and he's just gotten married, to the most gorgeous woman ever. He soon realizes that she's just out for his money as she's caught cheating on him. He's tired of being the guy to give her everything and walks out into the WI wilderness and soon finds a place where he can call home. Love what he does to survive-watching others cabins for money while they're not there and what's in his cabin. Story also follows a group of men who are religious based but also milita patriots who are out to make a name for themselves. One leaves and they realize he knows much about their organization and they have to get him back-at least his phone. They track him down to a small town and drive him and an kidnapped FBI agent to a cluster of cabins.... Love hearing all their thoughts from beginning to end and the outcome. Very brutal at times but very herioc as well. Was a good break from the romance books I read. Excerpt from another of the author's works is included at the end. Author bio also.

  20. 5 out of 5

    India

    Jacob was seeking a less complicated life when he purchased the cabin in a secluded space by a lake on a logging road but that isn’t what he got. When the cabin across the lake shows activity he when the owners are away he doesn’t want to get involved but one tiny peek through the window is all it takes. This action-packed book takes us through a nightmare situation and the reader is carried along while things stack up against the good guys. Jacob is far from incapable but when the bad guys have Jacob was seeking a less complicated life when he purchased the cabin in a secluded space by a lake on a logging road but that isn’t what he got. When the cabin across the lake shows activity he when the owners are away he doesn’t want to get involved but one tiny peek through the window is all it takes. This action-packed book takes us through a nightmare situation and the reader is carried along while things stack up against the good guys. Jacob is far from incapable but when the bad guys have the big guns you’re in for a nervy read. I enjoyed hearing from everyone’s point of view which is something that doesn’t happen often. It helps to ramp up the suspense when your favourite character is at risk.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    In The Cabin Jacob Alexander is done with life in the city and has spent years building his home in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin. He lives on a ridge above a beaver pond with three cabins on the opposite shore that are only summer vacation homes so he has no permanent neighbors and usually non in the winter. One day he sees two dark SUV pulled up to the last cabin and doesn't realize that his world is about to change with the invasion of men from a radical anti-government group calling th In The Cabin Jacob Alexander is done with life in the city and has spent years building his home in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin. He lives on a ridge above a beaver pond with three cabins on the opposite shore that are only summer vacation homes so he has no permanent neighbors and usually non in the winter. One day he sees two dark SUV pulled up to the last cabin and doesn't realize that his world is about to change with the invasion of men from a radical anti-government group calling themselves 'The Sovereign Resistance'. The story revolves around the violence brought to his peaceful homesite by a radical group and how he fights back knowing that he is outnumbered, outgunned and may not survive.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marla

    2.5 Stars I'm realizing that short stories and novellas just aren't for me. This was interesting, but I didn't get enough detail, and the detail that we did get was superfluous. So Jacob had a wife who cheated on him, and that single event sent him fleeing to the woods to live without anyone for the rest of his life? Ok, sure. But why should I care? I couldn't keep any of the characters straight in my head, even though there weren't that many. They just weren't developed into individuals for me - 2.5 Stars I'm realizing that short stories and novellas just aren't for me. This was interesting, but I didn't get enough detail, and the detail that we did get was superfluous. So Jacob had a wife who cheated on him, and that single event sent him fleeing to the woods to live without anyone for the rest of his life? Ok, sure. But why should I care? I couldn't keep any of the characters straight in my head, even though there weren't that many. They just weren't developed into individuals for me - especially the "sovereign soldiers". I do think it was well written, and it kept my attention. I just prefer a more fully fleshed out story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jay Ward

    Frustration I first read the author's Insects series of books and was left impressed. So I was looking forward to The Cabin. My overall feeling about this book is frustration over the ending. If the author is reading this please consider redoing the ending and republishing the book. Also please add an epilogue. The story has so much potential and with some work and polish could really shine. As a writer myself I was thinking about all the incredible possible endings you might have in store and th Frustration I first read the author's Insects series of books and was left impressed. So I was looking forward to The Cabin. My overall feeling about this book is frustration over the ending. If the author is reading this please consider redoing the ending and republishing the book. Also please add an epilogue. The story has so much potential and with some work and polish could really shine. As a writer myself I was thinking about all the incredible possible endings you might have in store and then boom it ends abruptly. Now I would also wonder are you considering a sequel which will flesh out the ending. Also please add an epilogue!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Will Decker

    I really enjoyed this story, even if it did raise a few questions about off-grid living. The characters could use a little more development, but the main character is believable as are the events. That is except for the part where the idiots leaving a live hostage in a cabin while they go into town for the night. That stretched the believability factor a tad and it was a large part of what triggered the rest of the events in the story. Still, a good novella that kept me reading to the end. Koloe I really enjoyed this story, even if it did raise a few questions about off-grid living. The characters could use a little more development, but the main character is believable as are the events. That is except for the part where the idiots leaving a live hostage in a cabin while they go into town for the night. That stretched the believability factor a tad and it was a large part of what triggered the rest of the events in the story. Still, a good novella that kept me reading to the end. Koloen has a flair for words and I will definitely read more by him.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ruben Zamorano

    A near hermit takes action and saves the day. Jacob Alexander flees from a disastrous divorce to the northern Wisconsin woods where he rebuilds a shack into a real one man home. His usual solitude is broken when he hears shots at a nearby cabin. After looking thru the window he learns that the men in that cabin committed a gruesome murder. This forces Jacob into getting involved. And there is where the tale develops. This novel is disjointed but readable. Definitely not 5-star worrhy!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lois Welsh

    This book grabbed me by the hand and did not let me go until the last page. It made me think about a lot of things. I have been looking for off grid rentals the past few months and I learned a lot from this story. I like the character build up. If you are going to read this book, get a hot cup of something to drink maybe a snack and a warm blanket. I read this while it was 38 degrees outside and I felt like I was with Jacob. I also read the authors excerpt of Insects---WHOA----I have to read it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Carl Nelson

    Would have been a 5star except for the last page. Excellent story and the way the plot developed really kept my attention. But the end of the story gave me the impression that the author suddenly decided to hurry up and finish the book because he had something more important to do. To go from the kill shot on the driver to buzzing bees being snowmobiles ..... The end? Terrible finish to an otherwise great story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Terri Weitze

    This book did not deliver what it was described to be - however, it is well written and it is a suspense thriller. A story about a man who has chosen to live in a remote area of Wisconsin gets some unsavory new neighbors; and the rest is - the story. Exposition takes up whole chapters. The characters are not, in my opinion, well developed. And the whole thing ends very very quickly which I found unsatisfying.

  29. 4 out of 5

    S

    Incomplete While I enjoyed the general overall story, the abrupt ending cries out for another maybe couple of paragraphs. This story seems to be a general series of missteps that gets to a "conclusion." The novel starts off really slowly and I almost discarded reading the rest. It got somewhat better. Characters were pretty superficial, I thought but maybe par for these characters. Incomplete While I enjoyed the general overall story, the abrupt ending cries out for another maybe couple of paragraphs. This story seems to be a general series of missteps that gets to a "conclusion." The novel starts off really slowly and I almost discarded reading the rest. It got somewhat better. Characters were pretty superficial, I thought but maybe par for these characters.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lorraine

    The Cabin was an AWESOME read!! Deep in winter, out in the woods, our intrepid woodsman deals with murder and mayhem. Can the backwoods guy, take on a murderous group, intent on cleaning up anyone involved in their murder of one of the group's members turned Federal Informer? Fast pace, fast action. A MUST read!! The Cabin was an AWESOME read!! Deep in winter, out in the woods, our intrepid woodsman deals with murder and mayhem. Can the backwoods guy, take on a murderous group, intent on cleaning up anyone involved in their murder of one of the group's members turned Federal Informer? Fast pace, fast action. A MUST read!!

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