Fields of Fire

Fields of Fire The world empty and lost A pandemic has killed humanity and a few survivors need to cope with the hardships of the postapocalypse On the run from gangs in the Old World Alan and his family arrive i

  • Title: Fields of Fire
  • Author: Clemens Suter
  • ISBN: 9781310104534
  • Page: 338
  • Format: ebook
  • The world, empty and lost A pandemic has killed humanity, and a few survivors need to cope with the hardships of the postapocalypse On the run from gangs in the Old World, Alan and his family arrive in the United States, hoping to build a new life But evil forces are at work, and soon his family disappears without a trace They seem to have been kidnapped, but by whom The world, empty and lost A pandemic has killed humanity, and a few survivors need to cope with the hardships of the postapocalypse On the run from gangs in the Old World, Alan and his family arrive in the United States, hoping to build a new life But evil forces are at work, and soon his family disappears without a trace They seem to have been kidnapped, but by whom Alan has to use all his cunning to survive in a hostile country Dreadful secrets begin to unravel as he crosses the violent continent in search of his family.

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    1. This is the sequel to Suter's Two Journeys, although I think it is an independent book by itself. High speed adventure , Suter's style has matured, yet at the same time the book is slightly shorter and some of the motives used in the first book were duplicated, which was a bit annoying. More violence too, which I found a pity. The underlying threat of life on a deserted continent with some humans hunting for personal gain comes across well. I'm not such a big fan of the apocalypse, but I like th [...]

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