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Publisher's Summary

"The Suck" - the virus that claimed 97 percent of humanity - is gone.

The arrival of other survivors with a different take on the future may be as dangerous as the virus itself. In the middle, with their hands on the scales, is a group of former soldiers and civilians who survived the virus in Antarctica. They’ve arrived to find a dead world, with no rules. 

The best-selling story of Jason, Pro, and Rachel continues where End of Summer, book one of the Seasons of Man series, left off. The author is a former CIA operations officer who has decided his lifelong love of writing is more fun than real work.

©2020 S.M. Anderson (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Excellent

Good follow up to first in the series. Banding of remnants of real military with survivors taking down another apocalyptic bad guy. Written very well. Good characters. Will get the next.

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  • 12-09-20

Survivors vs communists.

It seems like Marxism always preaches that all should have equity, but some always end up more equal than others. central planning is a dangerous framework, waiting for a psychopath to take the reins. Jason hooks up with a group of military survivors as they evolve from mere survival to trying to build a new civilization. To do it, the tyrants cant be allowed to continue their accrual of control.

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Excellent writing, narration & story

As with book 1, this just flows right along, with wonderful detail thats never drags the story down. World building, characterization, and narration are all 5 Stars. Cant wait for book 3!

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Excellent, can’t wait for next in series

To the author, please write faster 😂. Great series, well read and can’t wait for next book to hit. Thanks!

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You need to read all S. M. Anderson's books.

Fantastic series. go back and get all Anderson's books. Jay Snyder kicks a$$ reading them.

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Great second book!

I have really enjoyed this series with this narrator and different voices. I cannot wait for the third book to come out.

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excellent

great storyline very well written and thought out very exciting if you on the edge of your seat.

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Can I pre-order the rest of the series now?

This is a good, solid story with good character development. SM Anderson can write one helluva war scene! I usually have a hard time following those with some authors because I'm not super knowledgeable on military procedures or equipment, but the author had me on the edge if my seat! It doesn't hurt that Jay Snyder is an excellent narrator! I also wanted to say that I felt the story was realistic and I really appreciate the value per credit with this nice length.

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Great book - great series

I am so attached to the characters in this series. I loved the first book and not so patiently waited for this second book. Reap What You Sow did not disappoint. Many of the characters from the first book are back and some new characters are introduced. The story line wrapped up nicely but there are questions still hanging around that I am sure will be addressed in the third book. Now I must wait until it comes out. There was a lot of military stuff in this book, but it was not boring or over my head. The group of scientist from the Antarctic come back into the plot and I really loved all of those men. Another group, men in the Marines, have been stationed underground for nine months. Now they come out into the light. Because of their location both group were spared from the virus, which has now burned itself out. I love all of these Marines too. It is amazing how attached I can get to author Anderson's characters. He certainly has a talent for creating real and believable personalities. Of coarse I love Jason an his group, which includes Pro, and dog Loki. Jason and his group are trying to find there place in the new world that the virus has caused them to inhabit. In fact all the survivors are struggling to find their place. Some go about it with integrity and compassion. Others are greedy and despotic. Anderson is just plain fantastic at telling a gripping story. It is well written, well paced and extremely interesting. The narrator is perfect. He brings the whole thing to life without getting in the way. His accents for some of the characters are great.

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Good Book

This is a well written book of the genre and I would recommend the book to anyone who is new to the genre. I have read hundreds and even though well written theirs nothing new here. This will be my last but looking forward to something different from the writer and narrator.

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Good listening

Once you finished this book you wished there was a third..brilliant from start to finish.