Apocalypse Austin - Plague Wars Series Book 4

Apocalypse Austin - Plague Wars Series Book 4

by David VanDyke, Ryan King

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Apocalypse Austin - Plague Wars Series Book 4 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Keeps you coming back for more!
MYergin More than 1 year ago
Apocalypse Austin is Book 4 in the Eden Plague Wars series. It brings to life what happens when a state that has the constitutional right to secede. Texas wants to secede because it has decided it wants to treat carriers of the Eden Plague as people not as outcasts. Arrayed against them is a cabal of wacked-out US political leaders who have coopted the United States government. They want to wipe out all Eden carriers along with the former state of Texas. The government of the Independent State of Texas has to figure out how to survive against the consolidated might of the United States and all the force it has at its disposal. Many of the characters from previous books are back. Alan “Skull” Denham, Tran “Spooky Nguyen, and Jill “Reaper” Repeth, and a host of other supporting characters resume their roles in protecting Edens and Free Communities from all of the nasties arrayed against them. This chapter in the Plague War Series revolves around how the Free State of Texas manages to stay independent against all odds. Teams are sent into the United States to disarm nuclear tactical weapons, Skull is sent on a mission to establish an electronic network that would wipe out all electronics with an EMP. He is captured by the FBI and forced to cooperate with them through blackmail. Along the way the combat characters do their due diligence and the action is consistent with actual military action. Nobody does anything that defies believability. The action and suspense builds and mounts. It is a page turner. You will not want to put it down until the very last page and the final twist in plot. The end is satisfying and again will leave you wanting to read the next book in the series.