Madness Rules is the fourth book in Dr. Bradley's Survivalist Series. (Series Order: Frontier Justice, Anarchy Rising, Judgment Day, Madness Rules, Battle Lines, and Finest Hour).
Few heroes remain in the apocalyptic wasteland of the United States. Deputy Marshal Mason Raines is one such hero. Still reeling from the death of his beloved, he is recruited to confront a band of ruthless lawmen. Only as bodies begin to pile up, does he question whether his latest mission was less about justice and more about revenge.
Meanwhile, Tanner and Samantha travel south toward Mount Weather for a long overdue reunion. When Samantha falls ill, Tanner is forced to compete in a brutal fight club to secure medical care. After discovering her mother's fate, Samantha insists on a risky detour to the nation's capital. If they are to have any chance of making it out alive, they must delve into the bowels the city to discover a closely guarded secret.
After the attack on President Rosalyn Glass, Lincoln Pike finally seizes the reins of power. With hopes of returning the country to greatness, he initiates sweeping measures to rebuild colonies, establish a gold-backed currency, and gain complete control of the military. Little do others realize that his inability to cope with a devastating loss has started him down a treacherous path toward madness.
©2014 Arthur T. Bradley (P)2015 Arthur T. Bradley
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I have not stopped listening to these books and having now finished the first four I am eager to start the fifth. They are addictive and a great listen.
I have been surprised by how much these books 1-4 have grabbed me. They are about two characters (mainly) a father and son who are on different survival paths. I am enjoying the Father's journey with young Samantha the humor between them is excellent fun. And the son on his path which his dog I also find enjoyable.Looking forward to starting book five - today, very shortly in fact.
I have really gotten into this series. The plots are well defined and written to keep the reader in suspense. Each of the books has an ending but just enough of an ending to set up the next book in the series. I'm personally hopping for more books to be written before the story is fully told
the ending (and that's all i'm gonna say so I don't spoil the book for someone else)
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