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Author Andrew Toth’s Inbred! is a meandering tale about a salesman who is trying to figure out his path. While the locals make only a few brief appearances in the novel, most of the story explores Tom Paxton’s dive into Buddhism and his general unhappiness with his life.

As a failed farmer and husband, Tom wanders through the local “inbred” town of Woolen, getting into drunken bar fights. Finally, he leaves that life to become a traveling salesman, who’s apparently good at his job while exhibiting few redeeming qualities. Unhappy, he turns to Buddhism and joins a temple on the outskirts of the same “inbred” town from his farming days. Tension builds as he trains himself for the inevitable confrontation between the monks and the locals.

Toth has a smooth and easy-to-read style. Most of the story takes place from the point of view of Tom. Depending on the circumstances, the main character’s tone shifts from worldly to over-confident to self-loathing. Side characters earn his respect or contempt depending upon their mood. We see him struggle. We see him succeed. We also see him as a mentor in sales and a student of Buddhism. The problem is that Tom isn’t very likable. He doesn’t even seem to like himself through much of the story.

Inbred!, at times, is reminiscent of action movies of the 80s and 90s. The action scenes harken back to old country fighting movies like Road House or Walking Tall. The story maintains orbit around a sales competition and the events at the temple. Where Toth shines is in his attention to detail. His narrative picks up on the smallest details, so readers have a strong visual of the situation in front of them. His ability to bring dialog to life in a manner that is realistic and believable.

INBRED!: Welcome to Woolen. Population 2500 inbreds is a story about a man trying to find his way in life, working with a mediocre hand that fate has dealt him, and the author makes readers want to hear this profound story. Readers will find the unexpected in this suspenseful character-driven novel.

Pages: 205 | ASIN : B0089ME214

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The Anti-Vaxxer

In the year 2032, nothing much changes as the media still control the masses with their lies, corruption, and greed deceive the governments, and soldiers still come home from war. Marty Coleman, a soldier fighting in the Middle East, is sent home after suffering from PTSD to rest and return to war. When he returns home, he realizes he wants to settle down, maybe get a dog, and mow a few yards, but he has just come home to something far worse than his two tours in The Middle East. Covid is eradicated, or is it? 

The Vaccine has become the hero, and the world is carrying on as if no one died, no one lost, and no one suffered. However, the government is controlled by a group so insidious that they call themselves The Committee.  Unseen, unheard, no one knows who they are, but they are killing anyone who refuses the vaccine and anyone who disagrees with their approved plan for humanity.  Martin finds himself in a cat and mouse game as he runs from an unseen foe with eyes everywhere. 

The Anti-Vaxxer, by Andrew Toth, gives us a poignant look through the eyes of an Army Vet on the freedom of choice and what can happen when those freedoms are taken away. Martin invites us into his troubled mind as he tries to rectify that he survived two tours, only to come home to dangers he had already survived. 

With help from Army Nurse Kim, Martin finds himself on a journey of survival, unlocking and exposing an evil bent on control. Andrew Toth takes us on a controversial, real-time look at how people view vaccinations, but more importantly, the corruption when mankind tries to clean the Earth. 

There are many opinions about the vaccine. This story shows those who feel their freedom has been removed through mandates from our government.  This book would be suitable for High School students to Adult Readers. However, some hard-hitting storylines may be too shocking for younger readers. The story contains war-like images, riffles, grenades, and machine guns. 

The Anti-Vaxxer is a remarkable action-adventure novel filled with conspiracy, suspense, and thrills. This is an enjoyable and entertaining book while, at the same time, causing readers to think about the controversy of Government mandates and the powers behind the decisions to enforce them. 

Pages: 148 | ASIN : B09KZ7JP5S

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