Apocalypse Law 5

Apocalypse Law 5

by John Grit

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Apocalypse Law 5 by John Grit

Liberty or Tyranny, book 5 of John Grit�s Apocalypse Law Series, finds Nate, Brian, Deni, and friends continuing their struggle to survive in a lawless post-apocalyptic land. Nate reluctantly acts as temporary sheriff, and the people of the community work together to fight hunger and the remaining violent criminals. While investigating the murder of Chesty, they uncover a conspiracy that draws the attention of powerful men in Washington and soon find themselves hunted fugitives.

Colonel Donovan does what he can to stand between the people and a weakened government that has been hijacked by wealthy men willing to do anything to consolidate power and rule post-plague America. Even if America survives as a nation, will it be under liberty or tyranny?

103,000 words

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150422360
Publisher: John Grit Press
Publication date: 08/13/2014
Series: Apocalypse Law , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 294
Sales rank: 148,271
File size: 274 KB

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Apocalypse Law 5 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written, engrossing story. The first in the series is a novella, but all the rest are full length novels at 100,000 words - the standard length for modern novels of most genres. All of them are full of action, drama, and tension. I do wish the author hadn't bent over backward to keep them so apolitical, just to avoid the whining of the thin-skinned left. Dealing with the world these characters are living in, normal people tend to become much more conservative in every way. Allowing the characters to be themselves would have actually made the story more realistic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
good reading and interesting characters
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Anonymous 8 months ago
This last part of the tale does a good job of wrapping up the story and ends on a positive note. Overall, I found most of the actions of the characters well within reason except for Caroline; the woman was missing a leg and acted as if she wasnt slowed down one iota in spite of it's loss. However, we can only hope that people would choose to band together for the good of all as did the people in these books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a nicely written book but the entire series is composed of smaller books. I like the way the author composes and learned a bit from each of them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago