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On The Road (Life After War Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 498 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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On The Road is a Post-Apocalyptic survival adventure, mixed with elements of fantasy and horror, that draws a reader in and refuses to let go.

From the Author

"The first 50 days were a struggle for survival where many refugees fell and didn't get back up. Those of us who survived the nightmare rolled over their bones with a furious shiver of hatred and kept fighting. There was nothing else we could do."

Now traveling the New American Wastelands in search of each other and hope, these special people have no idea how rough their path will be.

                                          On The Road: where the Journey gets hard.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2675 KB
  • Print Length: 498 pages
  • Publication Date: November 8, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,290 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free 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 Jacqueline Kitchen on April 24, 2011
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In book 2 we get to learn a little bit more about the main characters. We get a glimpse of what life might possibly become should we fall prey to a similar situation. The roads are cluttered with abandoned cars and corpses. The cities and towns have become giant mortuaries. A band of Mexican outlaws on a mission to deliver the final blow to any American survivors.

It would seem that Mother Nature has decided to punish the survivors with severe storms of sand, wind and water. The animals have banned together against mankind and they are pissed! The mutations of various insects, spiders and other wildlife are visible and they are deadlier than ever.

I like how the personalities of each character unfolds. The women have strength. They are not a bunch of females in distress that needs 'a strong man' to look after them. The men are patriotic and protectors. Their loyalty to one man, unbeknownst to them, is a direct result of some type of magic that compels them to not only please him, but to want to give their life for him as well.

You feel yourself caring about what happens to all of the characters. Whether it is for them to survive or to get a just and fitting punishment. It sneaks up on you before you realize it has captured your attention.

Overall, if you like Post Apocalyptic fiction, then this series (book) should be added to your collection. It is a must-have to round out all of the different views and outcomes of the end of the world.

A very good story that keeps you hooked and leaves you wanting more. The author weaves a wonderful and believable story that is at once engrossing and entertaining.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By SeaBreezeGal on June 16, 2011
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This is the 2nd book in the Life After War series. "On the Road" continues the story of the survivors as they are continuing on their journey. The large group known as Safe Haven, is led by Adrian who even though he has his own secrets and agenda, really does put the people in his care first. He runs Safe Haven with military precision. As the Safe Haven group travels they take in any survivor's they run across or that need rescued. Then you have Angela and Brady who are trying to get to their son who is with the Safe Haven group. The survivor's face many challenges as they continue on their journey, radiation contamination, slavers, extreme weather and mutated insects just to name a few. "On the Road" is definitely a "must read" if you enjoy post-apocalyptic action packed stories!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 29, 2012
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(This review is posted with each of the three books in the series)

If you like post-apocalyptic fiction, then this series is for you. Actually, even if you're not sure of the genre, you should read this series by Ms. White. She presents a very realistic apocalyptic adventure with excellent character development and a story theme that will draw you in from the start, and leave you wanting more...

In response to some of the criticisms:

Confusing introduction to characters / apocalypse onset in Book One - I found that I had to re-read the first part - not due to the writing, but due to my failure to absorb the details presented. If you are reading The Survivors for the first time, take the "time" to really read the first part and pay attention! The author (IMHO) did not intend to spoon feed the reader from the first. Rather, I felt she sought to catch your attention and make you think.

Spelling / Grammatical Errors - As an Indie author on a budget, this is to be expected to some extent. If you've written much yourself (and have had to rely upon only yourself for editing), you should know that spelling / grammatical errors will get by you. It's a phenomenon that I've experienced first hand, and one that exists in virtually all writing regardless of the level of editing. As I progressed through this series, I found fewer errors, so it seems that Ms. White is responding...and I for one, will not reduce my 5 star rating on that basis alone.

"Rebiulding America Ideology" - I have ignored the reviewers who have personally attacked Ms. White for the "rebuilding America ideology" she presents for the simple fact that their reviews are not tempered critiques, but rather some kind of emotional diatribe. It is clear to me that Ms.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 21, 2011
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The story is OK, but it is hard to get into with all the spelling errors, grammar errors, punctuation errors, etc. You have to keep track of a conversation because the writing makes it easy to get lost. I would actually give every book in the series 4.5 stars if not for the mentioned problems.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By proisrael on September 18, 2011
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Angela White is a *very* good writer - I could fairly easily imagine the events as the story unfolded (and I'm definitely visualization-challenged)but, god, does she need a proofreader! Or at the very least, a good nudge toward the spellchecker/grammar checker. I *cringed* every time I hit an error in punctuation/misspelled or misused word and other English bloopers.
But I'd gladly read Book 3, 4, however many more there're going to be, and even re-read the first two. She certainly has a storytelling gift, pulling in any number of different plot threads
and bringing most of them (I don't know what's going to happen with Kendle...) together. Other than the above problems, I'd give her a 5-star endorsement.
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