The Chaos and Retribution series (sequel to the Immortality and Chaos series)
Ace Lone Wolf Series
Things are looking pretty bleak for Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a penchant for trouble.
Staked out on an anthill and left to die in the Mexico desert isn’t a great way to start the day.
But for Ace Lone Wolf, a half-Apache gunslinger with a quick draw and a talent for getting himself into hot water, it’s pretty much business as usual.
It’s just another reality show…until the world ends.
Desperate to get his acting career off the ground, Nate takes a role on a reality TV show. He’s sure it will be terrible, but at least he’ll get some exposure. But while flying to location in Africa, Nate and the other contestants learn that terrorists have released a bioweapon in the world’s busiest airports. With their destination airport closed and fuel running out, they are forced to crash land on a small airfield in the African jungle.
The airfield seems like a blessing. It has a warehouse with living quarters, solar power, even a satellite TV. But when armed men attack them and their jet is destroyed by a rocket, they learn it has something else, something a warlord will kill them all for.
Now they are forced to fight for their lives, while every day the TV brings news of an outside world descending into chaos and anarchy. It looks like the apocalypse has come, and Nate is faced with decisions about what he is willing to do to survive, whether his morals have any place at the end of the world.
And the whole time, Nate and the others never imagine what is really going on…
Epic Fantasy Author
Eric T Knight
Long ago, I grew up on a working cattle ranch in the Arizona desert. But if you’re thinking that sounds romantic…no. Just no. Replace those thoughts of 10-gallon hats and six-shooters with old, rusted trucks, sagging, barbed-wire fences, sway-backed horses and unending work. Which probably has a lot to do with why I became a writer. It involves a whole lot more sitting than ranching does, though most of the time the pay has been about the same. I’ve been writing novels for 30 years and some might even be worth reading.
My Writing Blog
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Today I want to talk about gratitude. Gratitude can be a tough thing to practice. Sure, I’m grateful when something new and positive first comes along. But then the daily treadmill takes over, I get buried in the endless details, and I forget all about gratitude and...
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