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[Kindle eBook] End Times: The Complete Series (Books 1-6 Box Set, Apocalypse Saga) Free @ Amazon AU / US

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Greetings everyone, Amazon have put this complete series for free and seems like a great series.

Very well reviewed on Amazon alongside Goodreads.

I believe this set was approximately $20 previously.

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Description:

New Year's Day: midsummer in Australia. On the west coast, twin brothers Aaron and Matt King have graduated high school and are savouring their last few months of summer holidays before adulthood - while on the other side of the country, something has fallen from the sky, heralding the dawn of a new age.

As a terrifying plague spreads across Australia and the world, Aaron and Matt find themselves beset by anarchy and violence, fleeing the city, scrambling to survive. As the months go by, the twins grow from desperate refugees into hardened survivors – yet all the while they are haunted by cryptic dreams and an inexplicable urge to travel east, towards the source of the cataclysm, to uncover the secret behind the rise of the undead.

Across vast deserts and snowy mountains, from zombie-choked cities to Outback strongholds, END TIMES is 1500+ pages of epic zombie apocalypse adventure.

This box set contains all six books in the complete END TIMES series:
Book 1: Rise of the Undead
Book 2: The Wasteland
Book 3: Blood and Salt
Book 4: Destroyer of Worlds
Book 5: Kingdom of Hell
Book 6: Brother’s Keeper


As always, enjoy :)

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    50 upvotes and 0 comments, hadn’t seen that before. Anyone that has read these wanna share their opinion? Lol

  • +7 votes

    You know this is just true life documentary for those of us who live west of Brisbane in the deep north…

  • +3 votes

    anarchy and violence

    Anarchy (as a political idea) is actually rooted in nonviolence. Hearing a Sex Pistols song is about the entire education most people have about anarchy. Sad really.

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      What's sad is that anarchy when it is attempted in real life ends up nastily, brutishly violent. The war of all against all.

      • +1 vote

        Point proven.

        Care to provide an example? Of an actual, democratically planned anarchy, not just an abandoned chaotic mess please.

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          There is no example of a successful democratically planned anarchy in history. Only short lived anarchic regimes during revolutions such as the Spanish revolution.

          I'm not saying it's impossible. Just that they have never lasted long or ended well. And that's sad.

          Have you read The Dispossessed?

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            @mrmark1970: Revolutionary Catalonia actually was peaceful and successful, only violated by external forces. This was not anarchy descending into violence but violence brought upon it by non-anarchists. Don't blame anarchy, blame the authoritarians.

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              @thevofa: Unfortunately 'anarchy' is one of those words whose meaning has been hijacked and used as a pejorative. For the uneducated, anarchy does not mean 'no rules' it means 'no rulers'.

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              @thevofa: If you don’t have an organised system of government to manage defence, you’re always going to end up succumbing to external forces.

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                @ajmlr: A good anarchy does have an organised system of government, but it won't be what I suspect you think government is. Read this comment above.

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                  @thevofa: Then it should be called something else. The Greek roots of the word “anarchy” mean “without a ruler/governing body”.

                  If it has an organised system of government, it’s not anarchy. Call it something else (e.g. the “libertarian socialism” of the Spanish Civil War).

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                    @ajmlr: The people are the governing body; an organised system (collectivism, mutualism, etc.) is key to most anarchist flavours / colours. Anarchism is not against authority, it is against imposed authority.

                    What anarchist scholars / proponents are you trying to channel?

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                      @thevofa: It’s a vague term used mostly as branding for various different political philosophies.

                      Anarchism is a word which just means (in Greek) “no ruler”… anything more specific than that is misappropriating the term. It has no more meaning than “tetrarchy” or “oligarchy”. It just defines the number of rulers the state has (in this case 0).

                      Call your preferred ideology something more specific. Scholars I’ve read use terms like “libertarian socialism” or “libertarian communism” for Spanish-style “anarchy”.

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                        @ajmlr: "Capitalism" means a system based on heads. (Which it was a long time ago).

                        If you want to call that thing that anarchists call anarchy something else then go for it. That's how anarchistic I am, see.

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        Same for communism.

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    Thanks OP. Added to the list I'll likely never get around to reading. That said, this will be a lot higher up the list than many others!

  • +2 votes

    From one of the reviews…

    Weirdly I visited Australia 2 years ago and got lost in Bunbury which seemed to haunt me every time the town is mentioned ( spooky eh!)

    🤣

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    Quicker to just check the news each morning

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    " Aaron and Matt find themselves beset by anarchy and violence…."

    sigh more of the same? Why can't someone write an end of the world story where the survivors, realising what the illusion of competition and social Darwinism actually work together in a friendly way to help each other and to rebuild society in a better way?

    • +2 votes

      Then you get MORE than 10 seasons of the walking dead talking about farming.

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        Fair enough. Though instead of farming they could talk about building spacecraft and FTL travel or something really cool. I gave up on the TWD a season or two back, Seemed to me that the only thing progressing was the level of gore and violence whereas I was looking for answers and some kind of resolution.

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      Lord of the flies?