In the postapocalyptic world of Half Past Midnight, Mark Roesch was the quiet guy - the gentle giant. The people of Rejas learned to count on him during the hard times after D-day. But every survivor had a story from before... and most of those stories dealt with the deaths of friends and loved ones.
Mark is no exception. Pain, loss, friendship, and wonder await him along The Road to Rejas.
©2012 Jeff Brackett (P)2014 Jeff Brackett
Really enjoy listening to these books sure am glad I was introduced to Audible. Best dollar I've ever spent.
This is a good book, I enjoyed hearing it and purchased the second in the series.
Yes because of Corey Snow's Naration
The beginning scene at the Airport
The respect given military and their training
The Road to Rejas by Jeff Brackett and Narrated by one of my new favorite Narrators Corey Snow, is a short story about Mark Roesch a Character from previously reviewed Half Past Midnight.
This story takes place prior to the book Half Past Midnight and is a back story for how Mark Roesch made his way to Rejas, Texas where we find him in Half Past Midnight. Everyone has a story of their "D-day" experience when Nuclear Bombs wiped out cities and the EMP Blast took out the power grids.
This is an Excelent Prequel to Half Past Midnight which I also highly recommend.
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