A New World: Dissension

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Jack Walker continues the search for others. The night runners are gathering and adapting. The survivors must stay one step ahead. Their very existence depends on it.
Jack is unaware of the danger in the heart of the sanctuary - an act of kindness that may bring about the destruction of everything.
While both sides fight for their very existence, an infatuation arises that could destroy them both. More

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Words: 91,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301505586
About John O'Brien

John O'Brien is a former Air Force fighter instructor pilot who transitioned to Special Operations for the latter part of his career gathering his campaign ribbon for Desert Storm. Immediately following his military service, John became a firefighter/EMT with a local department. Along with becoming a firefighter, he fell into the Information Technology industry in corporate management. Currently, John is writing full-time on the series, A New World.

As a former marathon runner, John lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and can now be found kayaking out in the waters of Puget Sound, mountain biking in the Capital Forest, hiking in the Olympic Peninsula, or pedaling his road bike along the many scenic roads.

Web Site: http://anewworldseries.com
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Review by: David Mcclain on Jan. 26, 2013 :
This book was just like the others in the series. It did not disappoint. Mr. Obrien has one of the best series out today in the Apocalypse category. I look forward to more of Jack and the rest of the crew, along with his collaboration with Mark Tufo. The two together will be great.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kenneth Blagg on Jan. 12, 2013 :
John has done it again! Another great read in this series of books.
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