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review by Terence Reynolds Yield was a wonderful piece of Fiction/thriller dealing with the lives of people in totally different worlds, forced to work with one another after a nuclear de tonation blast wipes out the entire American continent. The land of freedom turn s into a decaying, Apocalyptic hell once victims realize they are left to fend f or themselves. With the help of his fellow evacuees, Devin learns the value of f amily and cherishing loved ones. Bryan K. Johnson deals with some strong themes in this book that need to be stressed. How far would you go to save another life ? Suvivors are forced to choose sides, pitting nationalism against humaninty. It i s up to Devin and the survivors to pull together in order to make it back to the ir families, or what is left of their homes. This book pairs together unlikely a llies: a Muslim American man, latino flight attendant, promising basketball star --proving to be the biggest challenge of their lives. What would you endure to g et back to your family after a vicious attack? Devin literally travels through h ell and back to see his wife and children waiting for him in Portland, after the nuclear bomb knocks his Seattle bound plane from the sky. The substance we get from reading Yield, is how often we battle darkness in order to appreciate life' s most precious moments. How will the survivors fair against the culmination of events leading to a potential WWIII? Read Bryan K. Johnson's Yield for the gripp ing tale of heroism, freedom and survival.