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First the asteroid would come, slamming into the earth just north of the Montana border, followed by earthquakes, tsunamis, and unending night.
And after that . . . Hell.
Astronomer Marty Chittenden is the first to recognize the approaching doom—a discovery that makes him a marked man.
Green Beret Jack Forrest knows the catastrophe is inevitable, and begins stockpiling an abandoned missile silo with supplies while gathering together a small community of men, women, and children he prays can survive the apocalypse.
Then disaster strikes. In an instant the world they know ends forever, transformed into a nightmare realm of eternal darkness. Soon the few remaining humans are transformed as well, becoming savage things—raping, pillaging, and devouring their own.
And the time is approaching when Forrest and his people will have to leave their underground "Noah's Ark" to face a shattered world and the unspeakable terrors that dwell there—in desperate pursuit of one slim hope of survival . . . called Hawaii.
Well written book solid topic good flow.Good ending
or should I say beginning to book two.Action galore.Can not wait. John
I could not finish this book. At the halfway point, I was forced to admit defeat.
From a secret government friend, who is highly placed, Jack learns that a world killer... Read more
After just finishing this book I must say it was worth it. And by worth it I mean it cost me .87 cents. The story is pretty cut and dry with no real twist and turns. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Giorgione
An astronomer and a handful of former green berets discover the government is covering up a massive asteroid strike that will hit North America in 90 days. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Baron Von Cool
I listen to end of the world books 90% of the time. They are usually good as background noise but they are generally the same stories rehashed and then stamped on with religious or... Read morePublished 3 months ago by T222T222
Love the character development and plot. Can easily see a sequel. Would recommend this book to any prior service or post apocalyptic enthusiasts.Published 4 months ago by Dan
A non-stop ride. To me this book is similar to The Walking Dead, it's like a study in relationships between people in apocalyptic conditions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barrett Alexander
Cannibal Reign delivers an entertaining read that in my opinion was ruined by the end. The start of the book is a 5 star read with great time and care given in developing both the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by The Lazy Book Reviewer