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The world has Fallen, but life goes on....

Matthew Kade was a corporate assassin - one of the best agents Obsidian Corporation had. But then the bombs began falling, and the old world ended. Now he must navigate the new world he finds himself in, a world where the strongest survive, and the weaker do their bidding...or die. 

Kade was always one of the strongest, though, so when a rich man’s daughter goes missing, he turns to Kade to find her and bring her back. But she has already been gone three days, and in the Fallen World, that is an eternity in which any number of things could have happened to her. 

Can Kade - a man with a price on his head - pick up the trail of the young woman and navigate the streets of the city to find her, or will the city’s denizens be the end of him? It will take all of Kade’s abilities to find her and save her life...if he doesn’t lose his first. 

This Fallen World includes three novellas in an exciting new universe by best-selling author Christopher Woods. You’ll want to get it - right now!

©2018 Blood Moon Press (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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The best post-apoc book I have ever read!

I am absolutely in love with this book and need more! write more, Chris! Write more!

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A series of death-defying short stories

I normally do not prefer post-apocalyptic novels but decided to give this one a chance based on the many good reviews. I was rewarded for my decision to give this book a try. Christopher Woods defines the world in terms of the remains after a futuristic worldwide nuclear holocaust brought on by warring large corporations. He does this in book 1 by breaking down a section of the US centering around a once large metropolitan city into several factions. One being top-side governed by sectional urban warlords, some vile and sadistic, others powerful but peaceful. Each story is focused around a few supra MCs who had been implanted with tech engrams and who either acted as a one-man justice-delivering mercenary or as a local community protector. The stories involved some functional section of the city's infrastructure, top-side, farming, underground sewer and water distribution and limited electrical power generation. Each section being Hobbesian nightmare of "No arts; no letters; no society; and which is worst of all, continual fear, and danger of violent death; and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short." Riveting and well-written and performed hauntingly well by Mark Boyett.

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fine performance and better story

loved it a lot. I will buy it in pb for my collection. in this fallen world. it helps to have friends

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Reminiscent of Fallout, but better

In the heart of The city arises a reluctant hero with a troubled past. But my review can't do this book justice. Best post apocalypse book I've read to date.

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Outstanding take on a post nuclear war America.

More fun than any other post apocalyptic I have read. The main character of the first two stories is excellent and has just scratched the surface of his story potential.

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really enjoyed it

Not often a book will draw me in and stir my emotions. really enjoyed this one