End of Summer: A post viral-apocalypse story: Book One of the Seasons of Man

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End of Summer
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When a viral apocalypse kills 97% percent of the people on the planet, the survivors’ humanity is hanging by a thread. Amid the leftovers of civilization, ex-Army Ranger Jason Larsen is reminded of the meaning of hope, family, and loyalty by a dog and a young boy who are as alone as he is. The survivors he seems to collect become family, and that is very bad news for those who think they run the apocalypse.

This is the first book in a new series from the author of the Eden Chronicle’s “A Bright Shore,” “Come and Take it,” and “New Shores.”

The author is a former CIA operations officer who has decided that his lifelong love of writing is more fun than “real” work.

“Finally an author that doesn’t pull punches…” Amazon Reviewer

“Not going to work tomorrow, it’s 4 am and I just finished one of the best books I’ve read in years…” Amazon Reviewer

“Well Written! – One of the best post-apocalyptic books I have read.”

“A Flu and NO ZOMBIES – YES! Realistic tale – where the characters actually behave like real people. Very well written, and can’t wait for next.”

A Bright Shore

A Bright Shore
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A military Sci-Fi, technothriller set a short decade from now. Western Civilization has had its run. The West’s own governments are giving up, have already lost, or are leading the charge to something else. This doesn’t sit well with those who believe in liberty. This is the story of a people who have lost the political fight, lost the culture wars, haven’t seen a level playing field in a generation, and are about to be made serfs. None of that matters. They’re leaving… Fresh starts are never easy. This is the first book in a story about a new world, different enemies, and old luggage.

AUTHOR’s Warning: We’ve all read Sci-fi or speculative fiction where the dystopian backdrop is some form of fascism – usually portrayed as conservatism run amok. This is not that kind of book. The backdrop of this book is a socialist and corporate statist disaster on a global scale. It is extremism arising from the left. I had to give the protagonists a reason to do what they do. . . as such there are numerous disturbing scenes within, portraying everything from political re-education camps, five year economic plans and government enforced serfdom.

If you think any of that sounds like a panacea for the future, you will not like this book. A debut novel, the first in a series from a former CIA operations officer who has decided that his lifelong writing habit/hobby/obsession is more fun than “real” work.