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Publisher's Summary

After the bombs rain down, the entire world is an open wound; it is in those bleeding years that William Fox becomes a man. William flees with his family to Magnolia, a farm in Tennessee, while America descends into madness, anarchy, and death. With the aid of elite Special Forces units, Magnolia emerges as beacon of hope and stability. But evil is hungry and relentless. A new threat stalks the Earth. To save his people, and perhaps all of humanity, William must be more than a lethal soldier; he must become a hero.
Objects of Wrath is the first book in a saga spanning four generations. In a depleted and peeled land savaged by The Fall, William struggles to keep the faith and light burning within him.
Sometimes, the only way to defeat darkness is to become it.
©2014 Sean T. Smith (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By MDY on 07-18-17

A new series to listen to!

I will admit that the premises for the plot of this survivalist story was not the best. Essentially every part of the world had a meltdown, nukes were dropped, biological/chemical weapons were used, etc. The most important part for me was that it's about good, old-fashioned survivalism. After the initial meltdown, the story draws you in and bing, bang, boom....I have a new series to listen to. In other words, I don't care how Sean T. Smith created his story; it's interesting so I'm sold.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Shelucas on 06-10-18

Couldn't finish it

I didn't care for the way this story developed. Too many issues conveniently resolved. Too many holes in the story.

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