Dawn Over Doomsday ( The Afterblight Chronicles 3 )

A War is Coming!

As America lies bleeding, Native American Chief Hiamovi seeks to unite his people into a single nation capable of reclaiming the US from the white man. His growing army is on a collision course with cult leader Samuel Colt, who intends to put the country back in the iron grip of the once mighty Neo-Clergy. The two men are set for a showdown at Little Bighorn, once site of Custer’s legendary last stand, now a twisted, nuclear landscape.

The fate of the battle may just be decided by Anna Bontraeger, rescued from a brothel by rogue scientist Matthew Greaves and taken on a perilous road trip across a devastated continent. Greaves and his small band have to get Anna to Little Bighorn before Colt or Hiamovi, so she can unlock the secrets which will save what remains of humanity and bring about a new dawn over Doomsday!

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Published
4th Sep 2009
Length
336 pages
ISBN(Mobi)
9781849970266
ISBN(Epub)
9781849970044
ISBN(Print)
9781905437627

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Afterblight Chronicles
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About the author

Simon Bestwick was born in 1974. His short fiction has popped up all over the place, in the UK and the States, and is collected in A Hazy Shade of Winter. His first novel, Tide of Souls, received wide critical praise and, more recently, he has been nominated for the Bram Stoker award.Gary McMahon’s fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies in the U.K. and U.S, been reprinted in both The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror and The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror and nominated for the British Fantasy Award. For Abaddon Books and Solaris he has written Hungry Hearts and the Concrete Grove trilogy.Jasper Bark has written for everyone in British comics, from 2000 AD through to the Beano and Viz. Prior to this he toured extensively and made numerous radio and TV appearances as a stand up poet. He has also worked as a national film and music journalist and written scripts for short films, radio and stage plays. He has published two books of poetry and was awarded a Fringe First at the Edinburgh Festival in 1999.