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Reaper's Run [EPUB] ✹ Reaper's Run ✼ David VanDyke – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk When US Marine Sergeant Jill Repeth s blown off legs begin to regenerate, she thinks it s a medical miracle But the breakthrough that heals her war injuries is exactly what the government desperately When US Marine Sergeant Jill Repeth s blown off legs begin to regenerate, she thinks it s a medical miracle But the breakthrough that heals her war injuries is exactly what the government desperately wants to hide by any means necessary Hunted, she must cross an America wracked by strife, to try to find a family who may already be deadReaper s Run is an origins story and apocalyptic novel, the beginning of one warrior s journey from tactical cop to freedom fighter and beyond It leads the reader into the acclaimed Plague Wars science fiction seriesThis book contains a bonus post apocalyptic novella by prolific author Ryan KingThe Plague Wars Series The Eden Plague Reaper s Run The Demon Plagues The Reaper Plague The Orion Plague Comes the Destroyer Plague Wars , forthcoming Summer Stellar Conquest Series Planetary Assault contains First Conquest Stellar Conquest BookDesolator BookTactics of Conquest BookFallPGfor language, violence and adult situations non explicit See from this author at davidvandykeauthorThis book is free of Digital Rights Management DRM.


10 thoughts on “Reaper's Run

  1. Marilyn Peake Marilyn Peake says:

    Reaper s Run Plague Wars Series, Book 1 is the apocalyptic action adventure technothriller novel that continues the story started in The Eden Plague Plague Wars Series, Book 0.U.S Marine Sergeant Jill Repeth must go through an incredible learning curve in order to survive While adjusting to the many ways in which the Eden Plague has changed her body, even regrowing the lower legs and feet she lost in war, she s also forced to adjust to the frightening ways in which the Plague has changed h Reaper s Run Plague Wars Series, Book 1 is the apocalyptic action adventure technothriller novel that continues the story started in The Eden Plague Plague Wars Series, Book 0.U.S Marine Sergeant Jill Repeth must go through an incredible learning curve in order to survive While adjusting to the many ways in which the Eden Plague has changed her body, even regrowing the lower legs and feet she lost in war, she s also forced to adjust to the frightening ways in which the Plague has changed her country Those in power use any means possible to control those infected with the Eden Plague The infection heals people in both body and mind, removes their violent tendencies, and appears to offer eternal life or at least the possibility of living to a thousand years As wonderful as the benefits of this plague are, those in power realize that if people become healthy, fearless and nonviolent, they won t be as easy to control Spreading fearful rumors that aren t true about the Edens whom they label sickos, the government enlists the public s support in rounding them up and putting them into camps This book is a chilling and moving account of how a normal society becomes capable of repeating what the Nazis did under Hitler The author does an excellent job of crafting a realistic and frightening story


  2. Gillian Murrell Gillian Murrell says:

    What could have been a good book was over shadowed by the religious fanatics who preach the word of the lord then run a grab their guns so they can shoot people Maybe the american translation of the bible says thou shalt kill I have to wonder if the virus was affecting Jill s sex drive i found some of her thoughts and actions out of place considering the situation.


  3. Richa Richa says:

    To be honest, I wasn t sure about this book.The genre isn t one of my favorites.I was pleasantly surprised This is a really good book Fast, plausible, difficult to put down, very interesting Worth reading once at least.Although, Reaper does seem a bit too practical and matter of fact, it could be due to her training or the times she lives in More like her survival instinct running her rather than her usual self.The men sadly, are dispensable in this book, even if it is written by a man I mus To be honest, I wasn t sure about this book.The genre isn t one of my favorites.I was pleasantly surprised This is a really good book Fast, plausible, difficult to put down, very interesting Worth reading once at least.Although, Reaper does seem a bit too practical and matter of fact, it could be due to her training or the times she lives in More like her survival instinct running her rather than her usual self.The men sadly, are dispensable in this book, even if it is written by a man I must say, I admire this part in Mr Van Dyke It wouldn t have hurt to grantlife and character to the men though All in all, deserves all the stars


  4. Jamie Jamie says:

    Personal Note See Plague Wars Trilogy on kindle


  5. Dchamp Dchamp says:

    Definitely not what I thought it d be but it was a good read.


  6. Alain DeWitt Alain DeWitt says:

    Pretty poor post apocalyptic military science fiction Will not continue this series.


  7. Sean Bai Sean Bai says:

    I bought this book in the boxed set, with the prequel, Book 0, this book, and the next At the moment, I only read the first book, and have not read the prequel yet I will leave reviews of the other books as I read them.Jill Repeth, a half Latina former Military Police soldier, lost the lower half of her legs in war She s on a boat, when all of a sudden, people start healing People who were in wheelchairs can walk This plague was originally a cure for all illnesses, but it also has the virtu I bought this book in the boxed set, with the prequel, Book 0, this book, and the next At the moment, I only read the first book, and have not read the prequel yet I will leave reviews of the other books as I read them.Jill Repeth, a half Latina former Military Police soldier, lost the lower half of her legs in war She s on a boat, when all of a sudden, people start healing People who were in wheelchairs can walk This plague was originally a cure for all illnesses, but it also has the virtue effect It makes people have a strong sense of morality Of course, the people in power can t have that How will they take advantage of the poor and less well off So begins a reverse zombie post apocalyptic series This is very much a what if zombies were innocent people and the government was evil story It was a refreshing take on a familiar trope.The action itself is also very tight and fast paced There are no unnecessary descriptions, and it wasn t boring at all.The only thing slightly confusing, is that even if the people in power were greedy for power, nothing would make them so evil as to bomb a ship of 3,000 civilians, or round people up into detainment centers I also wasn t quite sure of the difference between the SS and the Unionists Scientists would have done proper experiments to make sure the disease was actually a disease, and as far as I know, corporations don t have this much control over the government.But I was willing to suspend my disbelief, since this story was well told It s science fiction, after all.I did read a page of the next book, and I read a review saying that each book takes place from the perspective of another person I grew attached to the main character, and am sad that we won t be able to readof her story in sequels That will make it harder for me to start reading the sequels, because although I read a lot, sometimes I need to take breaks It s quite an investment to start a book, because you need to learn new characters, backstory, and so on


  8. Kris Kris says:

    Aside from some interesting parallels to our current and possible future political climate, this book was unfortunately all cheese and clich There are also a lot of amazingly abrupt plot transitions with no segue other than Four Years Later, along with an extremely truncated ending that instead of wrapping up the story merely feels as thought the author ran out of ideas and couldn t figure out how to finish.


  9. Donna Donna says:

    This was an ok book It did drag a bit for me I kept finding myself looking for other things to do I can usually read books this size in a couple hours but this one took me 3 days Overall, it was an ok book but I doubt I will read further.


  10. Ziggy Nixon Ziggy Nixon says:

    Review of Plague Wars numbers 0, 1 and 2 combined, which as a series I d rate with a solid 3 stars see also below I had a free copy for ages of Reaper s Run and still wound up somehow with a free I think copy of the trilogy, so here I go I have very mixed feelings about these books They read easy and fast, where I sliced through the first 2 in a day Plot wise they are interesting enough even if the characterizations are clich d sometimes even to the point of racial insensitivity or ju Review of Plague Wars numbers 0, 1 and 2 combined, which as a series I d rate with a solid 3 stars see also below I had a free copy for ages of Reaper s Run and still wound up somehow with a free I think copy of the trilogy, so here I go I have very mixed feelings about these books They read easy and fast, where I sliced through the first 2 in a day Plot wise they are interesting enough even if the characterizations are clich d sometimes even to the point of racial insensitivity or just plain head shaking silliness The dialogue is not the strongest you ll ever read, butimportantly, sometimes the poorly disguised political and even religious proselytizing gets too old and too thick for comfort That being said, things could be worse and considering that the box set was on sale, I ll freely confess that it was not bad for what I paid now, we wait My continuing of the series will depend on whether or not further volumes are available via Kindle Unlimited, otherwise I may stop here, especially as the format from books 1 and 2 solo character driven tales or perhaps better said asides are not all that interesting.By far the WEAKEST of the series is the first book 2 stars as even with the EXPECTED suspicion of belief, some of the things that go down in that book are just ludicrous This was to me in large part because Daniel Markis was by far the least convincing character out of the many we re introduced to His EXTREME changes due to the virus so outpace anyone else that it seemed to me that we were dealing with separate people and even plagues No one else seemed to change even a fraction this much and I know, I know the worse off someone was the bigger the effects were supposed to be but come on The rest of the team introduced in this tome weren t bad again, just too many clich s for comfort in this day and age but the lovey dovey stuff and even how people reacted to unbelievable tragedy just happened too quickly and was totally unconvincing Books 2 and 3 featuring Reaper and Skull, respectively weremy style but the jumping around from location to location via the single character perspective didn t always hold up Again, the necessary suspicion of belief methinks the Eden Plague impartsimpossibly good luck than anything else just shot a lot of it down The fact that the 2nd book starts with an identical chapter from Book 0 was annoying as well as the fact that the author essentially gives away the secret of the plague s origin cue meme with guy with wild hair were major irritants as well The Adventures of Skull wasn t a bad book 2 but good gods, so much luck for such a shallow and unconvincingly deeply flawed character Sheesh I found myself wondering how he had enough humanity in him to even rub two brain cells together let alone have these constant inner monologue struggles Perhaps I was looking for something along the lines of Marcus Sakey s Brilliance Saga which evolved along a not so distantly similar theme particularly considering the development and extreme reactions of the governments of the world s reaction to sickos as well as the requisite trumpian hitler gangs that arise when all goes to sh t or even ANY of the action thrillers by Nicholas Sansbury Smith, but these books fall short of that kind of lofty quality Still, I m not ruling out continuing these books as I said way back at the beginning after all, there s what 11 or 12 in all particularly as we may eventually get to somesci fi settings But we ll see Not today, not tomorrow, but maybe


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