From the raging fires, five men emerge with extraordinary new powers. They are humankind's last hope . . . but they cannot survive this dark, ravaged world alone . . .
Quentin Fielding had everything. Money. Power. Women. But now that civilization is all but annihilated, Quent wants only one thing: revenge. Harnessing a strange new "gift," he embarks on a deadly mission to find the man responsible for the chaos and destruction, the man he should have killed years ago: his father. Only one thing stands in his way--a mysterious, arrow-wielding beauty . . .
Zo� Kapoor is on her own quest for vengeance, searching for the monstrous fiends who murdered her family. Soon she and Quent join together, journeying through the ruins of the world they once knew as a desperate desire builds between them. Drawing closer to an enemy they never imagined, Zo� and Quent must abandon all fear, abandon all regret, abandon the night . . .
In Embrace the Night Eternal, the world as we know it has been destroyed by malicious human intent-continents have been rearranged, Las Vegas (Envy) is now on the ocean, immortal Strangers have taken control, zombies and others walk the night, and people try to survive as best as they can. But five men from the past have miraculously survived and emerged with enhanced paranormal powers 50 years later into a postapocalyptic world they could never have imagined. Continuing "The Envy Chronicles" series begun with Beyond the Night (January), this installment takes former hit-man Simon Japp and cult escapee Sage Corrigan, both of whom would like to forget their pasts, on a harrowing journey for the truth (in this case Remington Truth) that leads them back to the community where Sage grew up-with dangerously arousing results. Powerful psychic Quent Fielding and deadly archer ZoeKapoor, passionate partners but wary allies, pursue their quests for revenge to satisfactory but sometimes unexpected ends in Abandon the Night, a well-written, engrossing tale that provides a dark yet hope-laced alternative view of the future. Verdict Sexy, violent, and electrifying, these two stories, while complete in themselves, further Ware's edgy, page-turning series beautifully; brilliantly conceived and executed. Ware lives in Michigan. Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.
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1 . Post Apocalyptic America
Posted April 21, 2011 by Mama Meme , OKCI usually am not fond of futuristic writings, but I found this series by Joss Stone really interesting. What would you do if the world as you know it was destroyed? No more internet.. Mother nature reclaiming highways, abandoned homes and buildings. Most smalll towns now deserted and a only a handful of creature comforts, such as electricity, exists only where small groups of people who survived the apocalypse have gathered and started the rebuilding process.. There are children who have never known anything different than life as it is now. And, oh yeah, I almost forgot. Deadly zombie like creatures who come out at night. The story line is believable and it makes for a good, easy read.
March 08, 2010
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