The Survivors: Book One

The Survivors: Book One

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The Survivors: Book One by A. White, Angela White

*This edition includes bonus content.

"This is Safe Haven Refugee Camp. Can anyone hear me?
Hello? Is anyone out there?"

"The End of the world has given us a harsh, merciless existence, where nature tries hard to push mankind to the very brink of extinction. Everything is against us, between us...

"Untold miles of lawless, apocalyptic roads wait for our feet, and the Future, cold and dark, offers little comfort. Without CHANGE, there will be no peace. Only Survivors."

"Set along the lines of The Stand and The Postman, this is a chilling vision of the collapse of all society in the year 2012 and the rebirth of a nation by those who survived. It's so much more than just another fantasy series." -The Review Shop

From dangerous trips into dark, apocalyptic cities, to patriotic rescues and furious revelations, Life After War is an action packed fantasy series where those left alive must come to terms with their mistakes in the old world, while fighting for a place in the new one. It's the apocalyptic fantasy series that Stephen King fans have been searching for. This way, please...

Summary in 20 words or less
An action adventure quest, with a supernatural romance, and many other subplots, set during the aftermath of the apocalypse.

So what's really in this series? Here's a short list:

*The End of the World, right-up-close and full of apocalyptic horror.
*A government conspiracy that caused the apocalypse.
*An adventure into the wastelands to find family, supplies, and safety.
*A supernatural romance with a dangerous secret about a child's parentage and a love strong enough to survive the end of the world.
*An invasion, ambushes, attacks from Nature and man - guns and magic.
*A refugee camp with very different laws, picking up those who've survived.
*A Hero you'll love, even as you ponder the secrets that could lose him leadership.
*A Witch, a Doctor, a government Storm Tracker, a TV Star, and three Marines struggling to keep their people alive and together as they prepare to defend themselves against Cesar's Slavers.
*A constant battle for survival that includes deadly trips into decaying American cities, insanity, relics of the past, and ghosts that stalk their every move.

Life After War. Magic and Reality blended into a post-apocalyptic fantasy series that you won't ever forget.

The Survivors (book one) has been a bestseller on multiple retailers in fantasy series, dark fantasy, science fiction adventure, and romance series. It has sold or been downloaded more than 25K times in its first 18 months.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781469960043
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/28/2012
Pages: 636
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.28(d)

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Survivors, Book One 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 196 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If this book hadnt been free I probable would have passed it by. What a mistake that would have been on my part because this is must read for all post apocaliptic readers. Just goes to prove the old saying is true...never judge a book by its cover.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Referring to 2 violent(demented) rapists as the "black" men, not once, but repeatedly, is just one example of this author's racial bias. Another is the choice of one of her primary antagonists, an insane Mexican slaver, who collects like- minded followers in a quest to destroy what's left of America, raping, burning, and killing as he goes. The good guys are all white. Even I, a white much older woman, am offended. I liked this free novel enough to buy the next book before reading much of the first, but i regret that, now. Another primary antagonist is white, and bad, but he is shown to have saving graces. Non-whites are doomed to insane, irrational, depraved behaviors without reprieve. I'm surprised other reviewers, save one, haven't mentioned this obvious pattern. The book is also in desperate need of decent editing. I often had to pause to make sense of nonsense. That said, the plot and development of a few characters was enough to hold my interest. For the reviewer who wondered at the sequence of book titles, this is the list. The Survivors, On the Road, and Safe Haven, Adrian's Eagles. The first two are included in the free edition, under the title The Survivors.
GB66 More than 1 year ago
This is a great book. I found it to be riveting and very hard to put down. The author writes so you can be there in the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terrible missuse of commas. So much racism i couldnt finish it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad spin on end of the world, but too many distracting overtones. The "true Americans are good, Mexicans are vicious nihilistic mass murderers and rapists" bit was bad enough. But then the scene where the all generous white savior figure tells the sole black man that they rescued him despite all the problems "his people" (blacks) always cause because at least he's an American? Oh please!! Even a white middle class American mom like myself finds that darn offensive. Seriously undermines the overall story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is among the longest and worst edited post nuclear distruction of the world books, I have ever read. It is also very confusing. It seems there have been several rewrites divisions, and combinations, of this book and all are here to confuse the reader on which is a sequal, a rewrite or a combo pack. I do not know if this 1000+ page book is the entire series of three, the first two books or number one by its self. This book is about owning women, putting down other races, witches, seers and the paranormal, mutations, rape, beatings and other terrible acts of violence. It jumps around like popcorn in a hot pan. For adult readers. AD
PEGGYY More than 1 year ago
Story line - 5 stars; Editing errors - 2 stars; Characters - 4 stars. And, yes I'am going to buy Safe Haven, No. 3 in the series, but there is problems with this authors writing. Are the women char. strong - or very weak. I come from mid America, country folk, and most of our households own weapons and our ladies know how to use them. Why were all of the women either controlled or used by men in the post-War world? We would not be cowarding in basement waiting for murders to come for us; we would be fighting back to the death! To the reviews that brought up racial bias, most mexicans are very decent people, but these are supposed to be crazied dopeheads with mostly dead brain cells. The kind that would also kill any decent hispanics or blacks along with whites. And, the black twins were the only bad demented blacks. The author added in plenty of demented whites in the books. Stop looking for racism, and start reading for fun. This series is for readers that enjoy novels not 20 page short stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm trying my best to like this series but the author is making it exceptionally difficult to do. Even with "professional editing" it is sorely lacking in polish or precision. The author's glaring lack of knowledge of Spanish, geography, meteorlogy, etc. etc. ad naseum is ludicrously distracting. The author would do well to write about subjects she is more familiar with or at least do more research on her chosen topic. Her work comes across as juvinile and amateurish at best.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It seem to me that some people are putting way to much weight on the "racial slurs". Not once did the writter use offensive wording or state that only the white people were worth saving. It is a good read not overwhelmed with unnecessary sex scenes or vulgar language. I was swept away by the characters and their plight to survive, hard decisions are part of their life now and that made you feel for them on a whole different level. I personally can not wait for the 5th book. As for the bad ratings given... you need to have a little imagination it is a work of fiction.
msjacey More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book, and its sequel. Great story, great characters but poor editing. Sometimes it was distracting but I skipped over the grammatical errors and stayed engaged in the story. Ready to read book 3. Definitely recommend!
johnson01 More than 1 year ago
My first thought when I saw this is well, OK...says has a new perspective, I'm ready for a change, I'll give it a try. Well, I have been thru book one, book two and I am nearly finished with the final installment. I am SO glad I gave it a chance, even after seeing how many pages were in the first installment. The story moves along at a good pace, there's lots of action, lots of thought provoking ideas and situation, a love story that doesn't overshadow the tale and a great what if premise. The other reviews have hit on what it's about so I'll let it go with a "great read" recommendation. Open your imagination to what your life would be like in a post apocalyptic worlds. PS...Pay attention early on...you'll be glad you did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I haven't finished the book, and I'm not even sure that I will. The idea is intriguing, but poorly executed. I can even live with bad grammar and some plot holes, but I have very huge issues with the blatant racism presented in this book. So far Mexicans and Blacks are evil and the only heroes are white (very white). Also, I find that it is very ridiculous that the author bills this book as being professionally edited and scenes rewritten. She needs to get her money back if she paid somebody to edit it. Overall, the whole premise is unbelievable and set to a poorly constructed timeline. Her footnotes suggest that she did extensive research, as she often refrences "in my research". In actuality nothing seems based on factual research, but merely what she has contrived in her imagination. This results in many inconsistencies that are unforgivable. For example, in one instance a character smugly refrenced that fact that the EMP would have rendered all vehicles useless, and now there seem to be an endless supply of working vehicles. As an avid reader of fantasy, post apocolyptic, etc., we are willing to accept a lot of weirdness and strange circumstances, but making them work and be believable is what makes us keep coming back formore. This book falls very short of that mark.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldnt put it down and after reading books 1,2,3 and 4 I  still want more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Disgraceful! Get a clue author- could have been a decent read if you had not been so over the top racist. Waste of spsce & time!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was slow and boring probably got five chapters in while skipping pages. Hate to be a hater but.. this book sucks :/
lexizahn More than 1 year ago
I would not read this based on the 1 star comments alone. The author sounds highly racist and more than likely obsessed with being white in a white world ....and no...I'm not black. White people don't like that crap either!!!!
anonymously More than 1 year ago
No wonder this book was free its worse than awful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can,t keep reading this when all of the good guys are white and the only one good enough to be second in command "must have blue eyes". I READ FOR THE fun of it . I CAN watch the news to be slapped by racism!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all the adventure and drama. The mix of sci-fi annd fantasy is truly wonderful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would totally reCommend this whole series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very interesting premise but the book lacks character development (why do the characters do what they do), instead droning on about superficial attractions like schoolgirls. Again, given the premise the book falls short.
JaimeBuncie More than 1 year ago
An incredible read from start to finish. Can't wait to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's not a racist book, great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is blatantly racist, in one passage Adrian "the great white hope" of America and possiby the world, is speaking to the lone black guy in his camp, and lets him know that he took him in "despite all the problems your people inevitably bring with them." I am shocked that the author would put such nonsense in print, further, she goes on to paint a picture of insane, depraved Mexicans, seeking to claim America as their own, killing all the males (white of course) and keeping the women (whie of course) as their sex slaves. Come again, what of all the Mexican Americans who make up a huge part of our current population, who are loyal, upstanding citizens? The tone of this book is that if you are not white, you are prone to immoral and violent behavior and will only survive through the kind rationale of the genetically white elite. Oh, and if your not a Marine, your a total zero. I was completely taken aback by this book and ashamed by such negative connotations. Overall it has a decent story line, and probably could be a good read, but the overt racism was daunting. I am glad it was free; it was a waste of my time, but not my money. Additionally, the editing left a great deal to be desired and the beginning and background info were hard to follow. Again, could possibly have been stellar, but lost major points for the ugliness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book has good bits in it, and then some really bad parts. I about roll on the floor laughing everytime the author refers to the characters as the females or males. The description makes a point of saying this is the edited version. I can't imagine what the previous version looked like. The subplots are better than the main plot. The views in the story are.... Americans are week sheep unless you are a marine. Women are chattel and exist to be raped. Mexicans are an horde waiting to descend on America, kill the men, and rape the women. I can only recomed this for its comedic value, in that it is so bad, it is funny. The author is paraphrasing "The Stand", with a racist world view.