Ever wonder what a post-apocalyptic dystopian future might be like? With unique and memorable characters, vivid and varied landscapes, and a recognizable political culture, The Book of Ruin is an addictive, action-packed read. Here’s to hoping the talented W.G. Hladky will write many more books!
In a complex post-apocalyptic world, terrorism and political dissent still run rampant…
Generations after solar storms sent the world spiraling into a Second Dark Age, descendants of American soldiers defend the last NATO stronghold in Germania. From the Asiatic Steppes comes the mysterious Vucari. NATO sends Senior Chief Loveboy Weir and a team of rangers to investigate.
Traveling in anti-gravity vessels, they visit the beautiful city-state of New Reykjavik, mountains where Kazaks use giant eagles to hunt enemies, and a floating monastery where monks protect the Book of Ruin. They also encounter Vladimir the Resurrected, the Vucari’s warrior prince, who claims to want peace.
Weir struggles to convince NATO not to trust Vladimir. While politicians and clerics make backroom deals to appease Vladimir, Weir prepares for a war he fears is coming…
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