First Family

First Family After escaping from the clan M Call in his handmade glider wingman Steve Brickman expects a hero s welcome from his fellow Trackers Kidnapped on his first mission above ground by the Mutes he has sp

  • Title: First Family
  • Author: Patrick Tilley
  • ISBN: 9780671655679
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • After escaping from the clan M Call in his handmade glider, wingman Steve Brickman expects a hero s welcome from his fellow Trackers Kidnapped on his first mission above ground by the Mutes, he has spent the last five months under the enforced tutelage of Mr Snow, clan M Call s wise and magically gifted wordsmith The months have also garnered a friendship with Cadillac,After escaping from the clan M Call in his handmade glider, wingman Steve Brickman expects a hero s welcome from his fellow Trackers Kidnapped on his first mission above ground by the Mutes, he has spent the last five months under the enforced tutelage of Mr Snow, clan M Call s wise and magically gifted wordsmith The months have also garnered a friendship with Cadillac, Mr Snow s prot g , a dawning love of the beautiful Clearwater, and a realisation that the Mutes are not the sub humans that his masters would have him believe.But instead of a happy homecoming, he receives suspicion and interrogation Still officially dead until he receives the proper clearance, Brickman must face long hours of speculation and questioning at the hands of the First Family Only the chance of seeing his kin sister Roz with whom he shares a psychic connection offers any comfort.

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    347 thoughts on “First Family”

    1. And so the story of the amtrak wars continues - its very difficult to speak of a book in isolation especially when I do not want to give away the storyline to the first installation. However the challenges faced by Brickman are far from over. His anticipated triumph turns out to lead to a far worse form of incarceration. Obviously this is a series of books (6 in total) which forms the story arc and as such like all stories that go for the long game you have to develop the story, gradually gather [...]


    2. Having escaped from the clutches of the M'Call Mutes, Steve Brickman triumphantly returns to the Federation fully expecting to be congratulated on his exploits and his gathering of vital intelligence on the enemy. Instead he is arrested as a deserter and narrowly escapes death before being sent to menial, ball-busting work in the A-levels. According to the doctrines of the First Family, the rulers of the Amtrak Federation, Mutes do not take prisoners, and that 'truth' cannot be contradicted. But [...]


    3. Kind of funFun in a simple, almost juvenile way. Mr. Tilley has constructed a rather odd post-apocalyptic world in which various cadres of the human race have survived and evolved along vastly different lines. No explanation is provided as to how the survivors survived. No explanation is given as to why the different lines evolved vastly different skills. And it's really confusing as to why any of the groups, given almost 1,000 years post-holocaust, would be so incredibly backward in technology. [...]


    4. Steve Brickman's journey continues in First Family. A note to readers: this series is definitely meant to be read in order. It's less 6 books than one story told in six books, so please start from the beginning (Cloud Warrior). That said, since it really is one big story broken up into six parts, each book isn't strictly self-contained. The first book ended just as it got going and this one, while focusing mainly on Steve introduces us to the shadowy and secretive (and evil) Federation. There is [...]


    5. A reimagined apocalyptic future, strikes true in the 21st centuryAlthough rtf he language belies its age at times, the Amtrak wars holds an interesting view of the post-apocalytic America. The politics, brainwashing, fights and cultural observations are interesting. The exploration of the power of racism and the lies that empower it are thoughtful and deep. A multi-layered onion of lies, fear and necessity drive this book.


    6. This book really gets into the nitty-gritty of the universe. That's the great thing about this series; it's one thing to say, "The Amtrak Federation is a strictly regulated underground society," Patrick takes it to the next question. "How does the AmEx run things?" "How do they keep control?" "What happens to people who buck the system?" This is a great book for explaining the underside of a great premise.


    7. continues the story, predictable plot evolution but interesting enough to make me want to continue reading. I can see why this would have a cult following, but there isn't anything here that is really different from other similarly themed books. I'm waiting to find out that what I expect is not what happens.


    8. Great continuation from the first book, barely felt like I'd moved onto another novel! You meet new characters, visit different settings and experience different feelings from "cloud warrior" but you remain firmly seated in the universe.Ensure you read this series in order, starting it halfway through will not make sense. But do ensure you read this series.Onto the next


    9. I'm loving this series, I can't wait for the next one to find out more about the Iron Masters and what intrigues will happen next.




    10. Interesting - I'm very curious as to why the Japanese landed on the east coast of America. And how this will all play out in the end. Must keep reading!


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