WALL II The John Anders Experience

  • Series: WALL, Book 2
Kentucky dairy farmer John Anders finds himself in the middle of a living nightmare the sole survivor, his family slaughtered by marauders. Alone in a world destroyed by famine and the collapse of civilization, desperately seeking escape from his mental anguish he embarks on a one-way flight in his single engine Cessna to Florida and the start of an adventure he could never have envisioned. More

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  • Series: WALL, Book 2
Words: 101,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465895271
About Thomas Baker

Born in Okalahoma in 1945 raised in Central America and Kentucky I prided myself on being a jack-of-all-trades and master of most. Pilot, diver, sailor, marine electrician, farmer, truck driver, auto and boat restorer to name a few. Like so many of us in this fast changing world I found myself unemployed declared redundant living on my sailboat in the small laid-back Florida town of Astor searching for something to do. With time on my hands I began writing a few lines about my early years as a young boy in Belize for my stepchildren and before I knew it had written Child in Paradise.
I was hooked and as with any addiction suffered withdrawal when it was completed so began writing the Wall series.
When I was a young man I believed the future held great promise for us as a species. Yet a lot of the problems discussed in the sixties are coming to pass, such as overpopulation, dwindling resources, negative changes in the earths biosphere, political upheaval, and the general decline in the standard of living.
These are old and extremely important issues yet they have for the most part been too sensitive for any political system to tackle head on.
In the event that we fail to grapple and find real and sustainable solutions Nature will in the end provide her own. The Wall series explores one possible scenario and the aftermath

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