Fall of the Cities: Planting the Orchard

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The world is falling apart. Terrorists spark a worldwide oil and gas crisis while imports grind to a halt. Europe and Britain are erupting into chaos as food runs out and desperate people take matters into their own hands.

As the government begins to seal off rioting parts of the city, Corporal Harry Miller takes an offered discharge to get his sister and her kids to safety. But he’s not fast eno More
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Pete The Gardener reviewed on March 25, 2018

Good, interesting story with a believable cast. A good copy editor to check the typos might help for those of us who are pedants. ;-). I'm looking forward to the next volume.
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Leah Lane reviewed on Dec. 9, 2017

Really enjoyed this book. Stayed up late to finish which I have not done in a long time. Pretty straight forward story and dialogue but the author did manage to suck me into caring about the characters. Have to admit to crying when one of the minor characters didnt make it in the final battle. Have read a lot of similar type fiction but this one was quite believable - the Army/Govt made some pretty hard decisions but individually some were uncomfortable about it which I can totally see happening in real life. As an Aussie, I was a lot more on board with the gun culture presented in this book compared to the US stuff where everyone has a big arsenal and goes out all guns blazing. Here in Australia, we have guns and use them as tools but dont obsess over them so the ways guns and violence were depicted here was a lot more realistic to my Australian experience. Well worth the read and looking forward to the next instalment.
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