Retribution

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Five years after the Retribution virus devastated civilization, a group of survivors puts together a society they hope will thrive, but without the experience and skills needed to defend themselves from a multitude of lethal dangers, their social order begins to unravel. Only an extraordinary effort from a group of ordinary people can save them from a horror worse than Retribution itself. More

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About Neil Crichton

Neil Crichton

"Retribution"

Neil was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and at one time or another, he lived in Halifax, St. John, Toronto, Regina, and Edmonton. He now lives in Claresholm, Alberta about l30 km. south of Calgary, enjoying a quiet life in a small town.

Trained as a photographer, Neil began writing many years ago. His first project was a science-fiction novel, "Rerun", published in both hardcover and paperback. Rerun sold well throughout Canada.

His latest project is the scary sci-fi horror "Retribution", about a group of survivors hanging on against overwhelming odds.

Neil has two sons, a daughter, and numerous grandchildren. Daughter Leah Crichton is also an
author. (Must be something about the name Crichton).

In addition to his writing, Neil enjoys photography, especially 3D photography, traveling around in his RV, reading, puttering with old cars, hanging out with family and friends, and his furry little pal, Bear.

Reviews

Review by: Mason Clark on April 10, 2012 : (no rating)
*Retribution* by Neil Crichton is a book you cannot put down once you read the first page. A tale of the apocalypse, after a loss of most of the human species, the first hints of the evolution to a superior race. But first, survival requires a struggle against a mob that doesn't evolve and the domestication of dogs that have already evolved to formidable size and intelligence. The cast of personalities is remarkable: villains, heroes, and heroines. There is no lack of violence as they learn to fly a fighter jet and travel from Canada to Colorado to rescue their kidnapped children. Crichton draws a picture of the life of a small group of survivors. A well-written book, it read easily on my Kindle.
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