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The Survivors: Book One (Life After War 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 634 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"Seven very gifted survivors are destined to rebuild their country after a nuclear apocalypse... If they can stay alive long enough to find each other. Impossible to put down." - The Review Blog
 

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"Please. Come closer. I need to tell you a story of human madness and powerful magic... A realistic tale of horror and hope... A Gripping battle between good and evil...A tangled web of Lust and Passion... Let me introduce an end of the world series like no other. Life After War."

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  • File Size: 2676 KB
  • Print Length: 634 pages
  • Publisher: Cloud 9 Publications (October 27, 2010)
  • Publication Date: October 27, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0049B31FW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,916 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Hello,
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:
cloudninepublications@yahoo.com

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196 of 216 people found the following review helpful By Jacqueline Kitchen on April 3, 2011
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I don't usually write reviews for books I've read, but I just had to share. I have read all 3 ebooks (it is also in print an all-in-one). Hooked in the very first chapter. I am glad that I am blessed with a vivid imagination. I can easily see this as a mini-series somewhere.

Marines, Magic and devastation. Survivors come together with a strong sense of Patriotism and Community. One man's vision for a new America (and a SECRET that he must guard at all costs) and the people who are willing to die to make sure that it happens. The characters are both well developed and likable, though some aren't. Likable that is. Some survivors will become heroes, some will be villains in this new world as they were in the old, but much worse and some will discover a strength in themselves that they never new they had.

Book three ended right when a major battle for survival was nearing. The 1st chapter of book 4 has made me impatient for what will happen next.

I give it 4 stars because I really loved the way it not only drew my attention but kept it (I read late into the night). I literally couldn't put the Kindle down! It would have been 5 stars, but for the typos, weird sentence structures and odd punctuations. It was a little annoying.
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126 of 140 people found the following review helpful By April Ownby on September 28, 2012
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I LOVE this book...I have never read this kind of book before, but gave it a shot...Im so glad I did,Angela White tells this story in a way that really takes you to that world..The charactes come to life, and pulls you in to know more about thier new world...Just give it a chance,Im sure you'll enjoy it just much as I did.
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121 of 137 people found the following review helpful By tammy on October 3, 2012
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Angela White brings magic and mystery to Life After War. Post Apocalypse fiction is often strictly about Survival, Angela makes it all about life. The charactors are much more than Survivors after a war, they are the human remains of a collapsed society. I cant wait to see what the After-Fathers do with what the Fore-Fathers Destroyed. I love this series and recomend it to Everybody!!!
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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By bookblogger on February 21, 2012
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The Survivors by Angela White is the story of people trying to survive after a large nuclear exchange. When society breaks down there is no shortage of selfish people doing horrible things to those that are weaker than them. The book puts a pretty graphic face on some of the happenings and is not suitable for young or easily offended readers.

There area couple of things that set this book apart from a lot of other post apocalyptic stories. The first is the mystery hidden behind everything. Several points in the book hint that characters have some important secrets hidden away and that sets a bit of a hook to get the interest of the reader early. The other thing is the presence of magic. Generally it is not an extremely powerful aspect to a person, but there are a few people who seem to have some subtle abilities and one woman who has a much higher capability with it.

Having some many characters play important roles at times seems to dilute the story a bit as it leads to a lot of scene jumping, but I believe as the series progresses these characters will be together leading to a smoother flow. I will also say that there were several characters I didn't like and even the people deemed "good" guys are survivalists. There really is not a black and white to morality the "good" guys do some fairly reprehensible things in order for their group to survive. To me that aspect lends a bit of a boost to the story, it's great for morality to be black and white in a book, but with only the bare minimum of society left that doesn't seem reasonable.

One other thing I will address is the editing. I received a first edition from the author and read and half of it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By David Dieter on January 14, 2015
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I started reading book 1 because it was free, but as soon as I finished I kept buying the rest in the series. I have preordered book 7 and can't wait for it to come out. This series grabs the imagination and pushes you along.On the edge of your seat literally......this is a page turner. Don't expect to put it down once you've started reading and be prepared to immediately move the next book in the series. Love, Love, Love it!
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107 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Grumble on November 9, 2011
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This is one of the hardest books I've ever struggled through. Aside from it being written like a Harlequin Romance with paper-thin characters, the author seems to know almost nothing about anything she includes in the book.

Some examples:
-Everyone in the military is NOT a "soldier." She calls Marines and Air Force pilots "soldiers." If you really want a bloody nose, go into a bar and call a Marine a "soldier." He'll correct you the first time, and give you a strong reminder the next.

-The author doesn't have the first clue about the effects of nuclear explosions. For example, they don't cause earthquakes, worldwide tsunamis, or, for low altitude bursts, widespread EMP. Only surface bursts create long lasting radiation clouds, and no country with the ability to launch nuke missiles will cause surface bursts because of the reduced damage. For the more effective air bursts, radiation, especially the heavy and more dangerous particles, will "wash out" with rain in a very short period of time. The purpose of nuclear weapons is to destroy war-making capabilities, not to inflict maximum casualties.

-A portable heater powered by D-cell batteries? Oh, come on! There's silly, and then there is preposterous. I'd say "stupid," but I don't want to be insulting.

I wonder if the author ever got past 9th grade English. She doesn't know how to use punctuation properly. Her misuse of commas and use of apostrophes on plural words is terribly distracting. And she doesn't know the difference between homonyms (beech- beach, which- witch). This book is in serious need of at least high school level editing.

And some things are just annoying. Why are all the major characters blue-eyed? And the good guys also have blond hair.
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