After the bombs rain down, the entire world is an open wound; it is in those bleeding years that William Fox becomes a man. William flees with his family to Magnolia, a farm in Tennessee, while America descends into madness, anarchy, and death. With the aid of elite Special Forces units, Magnolia emerges as beacon of hope and stability. But evil is hungry and relentless. A new threat stalks the Earth. To save his people, and perhaps all of humanity, William must be more than a lethal soldier; he must become a hero.
Objects of Wrath is the first book in a saga spanning four generations. In a depleted and peeled land savaged by The Fall, William struggles to keep the faith and light burning within him.
Sometimes, the only way to defeat darkness is to become it.
©2014 Sean T. Smith (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
This is one of my favorite books. Very good read. Get it as you won't regret listening. That's my view.
I work in IT, I love reading, I love Writing and for those daily travels too and fro I love to listen to Audible books too
Probably the top ten of post apocalyptic books list, maybe top five.
Good voice, clear and concise, easy to listen too.
A good book, different from the 'standard' apocalyptic books much more story, much more emotion. I would like more Writer and Narrator
Good performance and narration, good listen. As a fan of apocalyptic fiction I was surprised and pleased with this book.
I am listening to something everyday!
Great book, excellent writing! Worth the credit!
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This is a very good book. Well written and shows the true will to survive. I could not put it down. I was even late for work..lol. I will be thinking about this book for some time.
Hike and Paddle Guide
This book has the long game in mind and had some interesting twists on the genre. Im not going to spoil the plot - but its work a listen
I don't have a bunker and I would starve in 2 1/2 days, but I like to listen to people who do and wouldn't.
I now have a new entry to my top ten list. Outstanding all the way around so again, CONFIRM YOUR SELECTION, you will not be disappointed!
Aging Gen-Xer. Umpteenth generation Southerner. IT professional. Devourer of audiobooks.
There's the bones of a fine story here. With some editing, pruning and word economy it might have been great. Objects of Wrath reads reminds me of many of the self-published, straight to ebook novels I've read in the past.
There are "orphaned characters" that have all the characteristics of a "Chekhov Character/Gun" that are never mentioned again. Too much time is spent in the beginning setting the stage for the epic battle showdown between two radically different factions while very little time is spent on said epic battle, or in making me at least understand what drove the other side to travel so far in the first place.
Hopefully the author will work with an editor next time, and a mentor. He has potential he just needs focus and practice.
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