Aftermath II – Review and Giveaway

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This post is by Bernie Carr,

Today we are featuring Aftermath II by L. M. Edmondson.  We previously featured the first book in the series, Aftermath.

Here is a quick description from Amazon:

A world-changing event has taken place and with seventy percent of the world’s population believed to be dead, the first winter after IT happened will prove to be a bigger challenge to survive than the disaster itself.

Jimmy Walker has banded together with other survivors in what was formerly known as Michigan. After meeting the threats from the local criminal element and avoiding being rounded up by the United Nations, the focus changed to gathering enough resources to survive the coming winter.

But the U. N. is not resting.

Not only will the survivors have to deal with people fleeing the cities, they will have to face all that Mother Nature can throw at them without any modern conveniences. Even if they manage to survive the weather, the lack of things to do leaves a lot of time for getting lost in the magnitude of what has happened to humanity.

The story picks up where Aftermath left off. Aftermath II delves into the community banding together in their fight for survival.  The engaging style and fast paced story that I enjoyed in the first book continues to engage the reader.  Although it can be read as a standalone since it does a good job of recapping what has happened, I recommend you read Aftermath first.  If you are looking for a book that will keep you turning the pages, pick up Aftermath II.

Now for the giveaway…

The author has reserved a copy to giveaway for Apartment Prepper readers.  One lucky winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter.  We’ve made it as easy as possible to enter, with lots of opportunities to win!

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  1. Hi Bernie,
    We are currently focusing on an economic collapse. We feel that preparing for this collapse will also cover the needs for many other potential situations or events. Thanks for the chance to read what sounds like a interesting story line.

    Stay Safe

  2. I’m a sucker for good “prepper” fiction, just gets my mind working. I totally missed you reviewing the first Aftermath book, I’ll to look at picking it up.

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