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From The Ashes Large Print EBook (Life After War 5) Kindle Edition

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There is now a new website for this series, where you'll be able to find all the thing you're looking for in one EASY-to-use place. I built it myself and hope you like it.

From the Inside Flap

Are You Strong Enough?

Are you strong enough?
Can you hold your doubt?
Do you care enough?
To take the wild route?

Is your heart beating faster?
Are your muscles tensed for flight?
Did you bring your gun?
It's the only defense against the night

Have you locked up your loved ones?
Seen to your things and self?
Have you begun to understand?
There is no such thing as wealth

Are you tired of the lies?
Are you ready to show your skill?
Do you have what it takes?
To kill

The battle's nearly here
The road fraught with danger
And in each apocalyptic strip of street
Lurks a desperate stranger

Are they a threat?
Or maybe a friend?
Someone's new start
Yet always, the same old end

Are you strong enough?
Can you control your fear?
Are you ready to feel alive?
'Cause Mother Nature's here

...and she's pissed.


Product Details

  • File Size: 8340 KB
  • Print Length: 658 pages
  • Publisher: C9 Publications; 1 edition (June 2, 2013)
  • Publication Date: June 2, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00D63NLA4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #841,959 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

I'm Angie(Pen name)

Little pleases me more than to explore the dark fantasy and horror stories in my head. Knowing other people like them is second only to the magic of this new career I've chosen. As a die-hard Cincinnatian, I much prefer writing to the stresses of being a Taxicab dispatcher. Thank you for making my dreams possible, and for looking at this page!

Now that the pleasantries are out of the way, lets you and I take a little stroll. There's a story I need to let out of its cage and I think it's one you need to hear. It's about the end of the world as we know it...

Note: Many of my books were removed until the new editor (ePubMasters) could get them into top shape. It was clear from the reviews, that we had a lot of work to do. Right now, we have 2 of those files finished and back online for your reading pleasure. The remaining books will return as soon as we finish them.
The edited files are:
The Survivors: Book One
On The Road: Book Two
We are currently working on Safe Haven: Book Three.

Note: Please delete your current copy of these books before you try to download the newest, or you'll get the same file you had.

Searching for more? My Dark Fantasy Blog is a good place to start. The feeds below and to your right are my most recent posts and tweets. Want to contact me? Use this email:

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By tks on June 4, 2013
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I found the Life after War series by mistake, this is not usually the type of book I read. But the first book The Survivors was a free ebook, and I needed something to read.

I have to say, that I've come to think of that mistake as a very happy moment. Some people have, in the past written reviews on Ms. White's books, based on grammar, or punctuation mistakes, or perhaps situations that they felt weren't realistic enough.

My answer to that is, if you read a story about the end of the world you need to suspend belief somewhat and punctuation and grammar are the editors problem, and shouldn't be laid at the feet of the Author.

The Author is supposed to tell a story, and if they are really good, a story you'll get lost in. In the case of Life after War I got so lost in the story I didn't want to find a way out.

From the Ashes is the latest addition to the Series. My only real issue is, that its not enough... Not long enough, not soon enough, and not enough information of the players left alive. Or at least not enough for me.

Ms. White has made the characters real for me. They behave in the way that I fell I would if put in those kinds of situations. Some are good, some are bad, and like in real life, it's sometimes hard to tell which is which. Not all is as it seems at first glance and I had a great time trying to figure out all of it.

I want MORE and I want it NOW !!! However I'll have to wait like everyone else until next year (or hopefully sooner) for the next book.

If you haven't read this series, I suggest you start right away, while the first book is still available for free download. And then get ready for the ride of your life.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By 2dapointe on July 7, 2013
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I hate to critique in this manner, but I feel compelled to do so. I came across this series when browsing titles and the title caught my eye. The series started off quite promising (even with the horrific editing, which is still not much better in the latter books), but quickly deteriorated. The author uses a flashback style of writing, but fails to get back to original points. For instance, it is five books into the story and we still do not know exactly what happened that brought on the War of 2012. Almost like she is writing a tv screenplay, only it does not work. Ideas are not well organized, and dialogs oftentimes leave you wondering who is doing the talking. The author also has this ultra annoying habit of not referring to people by their name, but instead she refers to them by some sort of physical characteristic or a past vocation the character was involved in. It makes for a lot of confusion when trying to follow the story, which has flahback upon endless flashback. The author has also failed to make her characters (other than Marc) likeable. The two protagonists are some of the most unlikeable characters I have ever come across. They are nothing but scheming liars. If Safe Haven were such a safe haven, giving everyone a second chance and a place where a new civilization will begin, why then the need for these leaders to deceive their "sheep" (I dont even want to go into how offensive this term is) constantly? Isn't that the reason the world fell apart in the first place?
Apparently in Ms White's 2012, women have made no progress throughout history, still being referred to as the weaker sex, not only physically but still being treated as if they have nothing to contribute besides sex.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kemp Honeycutt on October 2, 2013
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Having read the first books in this series, I was very much looking forward to this installment. While the others were brisk, fast-paced, and had lots of plot movement and character development, it seemed that this one was written by somebody else. I tried like crazy to get interested in it, and failed. I put it down about halfway through, and doubt I'll pick it back up. The plot became so plodding, and it went from a post-apocalyptic theme to a romance novel - and a fairly predictable one at that. Just not at all my cup of tea.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By RaniDae on June 4, 2013
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Safe Haven has hit it's share of bumps in the road but good keeps prevailing. Mother is fighting humanity in ways that are unimaginable to us now, yet who can blame her really? Looking forward to book 6, me and several friends have been reading and discussing how we would respond to such a life, we only hope we could be as strong as Angela, Samantha and Cynthia etc.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By sonar on March 31, 2014
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I was really enjoying this series. It was one of my all time favorites. And then I got to this book and I was like what happened? Now before I go any further I want to make one thing clear - I think this author has a lot of talent. She has created memorable characters and a great and imaginative story and I am definitely interested in reading more of her work. As previously stated I loved her earlier books. However, this book had some issues, the chief one being that during the course of it the author managed to make a lot of previously likeable characters and pretty unlikeable. Issue 1. The triangles. Enough already with the love triangles. And while we're at it why are the woman's needs more important than the man's? Since when was it okay to treat another human being as a "relief source" - how devaluing. And whilst I appreciate the attempt at a role reversal with the men being treated that way - it still doesn't make that kind of behavior acceptable. And is it only the people with special powers who are allowed to be cherished, loved and wanted for more than just sex? That seems to be the case in this story.
Issue 2 is the whole March/December relationship thing (yes I know the expression is May/December but in this instance it's March - which is questionable in and of itself). I just found it off putting and the author's justifications for it ... weak. The whole shortage of women thing felt very manufactured. The first we hear of it is the scene where they vote on the legal age. Prior to that there didn't really seem to be much of a shortage. There certainly didn't seem to be a shortage of female characters. But now we're told of a 4 to 1 deficit that means a lot of men won't be able to procreate? Where did that come from?
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