Afterblight Chronicles: Operation Motherland

Afterblight Chronicles: Operation Motherland

by Scott K. Andrews
     
 

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Post-Apocalyptic Action.

The world has been devastated by an epidemic. Although there are pockets of an attempted continuation of civilisation, the truth is that the world has gone to hell in a handcart. The reason for this is a disease that has wiped out most of the world's population. It kills almost all those who are not of the blood group 'O neg'. Those

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Post-Apocalyptic Action.

The world has been devastated by an epidemic. Although there are pockets of an attempted continuation of civilisation, the truth is that the world has gone to hell in a handcart. The reason for this is a disease that has wiped out most of the world's population. It kills almost all those who are not of the blood group 'O neg'. Those people who survive are untouched. Everyone else dies. Infrastructures have collapsed. Mobs run rampant. The only kind of law that exists is that imposed by the people with the biggest guns. In this devastated and chaotic world who can bring hope and order? Lee Kegan travels to Iraq on the trail of his missing father, only to find himself caught between desperate rebels and a general who wants to strap him into an electric chair. In England, Jane Crowther, one time matron matron of St. Mark's School for Boys, attracts the wrong kind of attention and has to fight to protect her new school from unlikely enemies. And in a bunker underneath Washington, a madman issues orders that will tip two devastated countries into total war. This is the first year of St. Mark's School for Boys and Girls - will there be a second?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906735043
Publisher:
Rebellion
Publication date:
07/25/2009
Series:
Afterblight Chronicles Series, #5
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
794,449
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Scott Andrews has written episode guides, magazine articles, film and book reviews, comics, audio plays, far too many blogs, some poems you will never read, and novels for Abaddon. You can contact him at www.eclectica.info, where you'll find all sorts of nonsense. He lives in a secret base hidden within the grounds of an elite public school, yet still dreams of escaping to the wilderness with his wife and two children.

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