After: Milepost 291
By Scott Nicholson
- Release Date: 2014-03-30
- Genre: Science Fiction
After: Milepost 291 Scott Nicholson Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
When massive solar flares wipe out the technological infrastructure and kills billions, Rachel Wheeler sets out across the Appalachian Mountain wilderness in search of her notorious grandfather’s survival compound.
Then Rachel is separated from her traveling companions and is captured by Zapheads, violent mutants who are gathering in packs and collecting dead bodies while mimicking human behaviors. Then Rachel undergoes startling changes herself, as her friends are hunted by a rogue military platoon that wants to impose its own law and order in the world of After.
Can Rachel and her fellow survivors make the dangerous journey to Milepost 291 and evade the Zapheads long enough to form a new society and preserve the human race?
Look for the other After books, First Light (After #0), The Shock (After #1) and the Echo (After #2. Whiteout (After #4) is coming soon.
Scott Nicholson is the international bestselling author of 20 thrillers, including The Harvest, The Red Church, and Speed Dating with the Dead.
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By Big sky air!
Quite well written. Really enjoying this series. Not my normal subject matter although my reading material Has no boundaries. I’m moving onto the next one and now will have to go back and catch number one which I missed. Thank you nice job
After: milepost 291
By Gunpowder puff
Better than echo and a little longer. Like the plot but the main characters seem to be better at getting into trouble than getting out. They are constantly blundering into disaster. But I guess that is why I keep reading.
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