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By John Birmingham

The international replaced ceaselessly whilst a tremendous wave of power slammed into North the USA and burnt up ninety nine percentage of the inhabitants. because the usa lay in ruins, chaos erupted around the globe.

Now, whereas a skeleton American govt attempts to reconstruct the kingdom, swarms of pirates and international militias plunder the lawless wilderness the place even the president is reasonable prey. In long island urban, armies of seriously armed predators carry sway—and carry off a suffering U.S. army. In Texas, a rogue basic bent on secession leads a brutal crusade opposed to immigrants. And in England, a U.S. distinct ops agent enters a shadow struggle opposed to a dangerous enemy who has made the struggle own. whereas the president ponders a blitz assault on America’s as soon as maximum urban, the forces of order and anarchy salary all-out struggle for postapocalyptic dominance—and a handful of survivors needs to come to a decision how a ways to visit salvage no matter what doubtful destiny awaits . . . after America.

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