Knights of the Apocalypse

Knights of the Apocalypse The end of the world as you ve never known it A price on their heads has driven Jerry the post apocalyptic nomadic warrior Erica and their loyal mastiff west in search of a new beginning But when the

  • Title: Knights of the Apocalypse
  • Author: BenjaminWallace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The end of the world as you ve never known it A price on their heads has driven Jerry the post apocalyptic nomadic warrior, Erica and their loyal mastiff west in search of a new beginning But when their truck breaks down in what was once southern Colorado they are swept into an epic quest at the behest of King Elias, ruler of the Kingdom of the Five Peaks.On their quest The end of the world as you ve never known it A price on their heads has driven Jerry the post apocalyptic nomadic warrior, Erica and their loyal mastiff west in search of a new beginning But when their truck breaks down in what was once southern Colorado they are swept into an epic quest at the behest of King Elias, ruler of the Kingdom of the Five Peaks.On their quest they will meet old friends and new foes, mutant cannibals, savage mountain men, fearsome knights and much, much .Powered by gold and driven by steam, the kingdom has risen from the ashes of the apocalypse into a realm of prosperity and relative peace The king has offered them a new start within the walls of the kingdom But is the prize worth it The adventure that began in the best selling novel, Post Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, continues here in Knights of the Apocalypse.

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    1. KOA (Knights of the Apocalypse, not to be confused with Kampgrounds of America) was quick and fun, exactly what I was looking for to pass the time by the pool on vacation. Characters were well developed, But not completely. There were a few items from the first book that were used to give our hero motivation that were chopped from this book. It was almost like the author said Well this book doesn't even make sense unless I kill off this person so lets get it out of the way in the first few pages [...]

    2. I love Wallace's writing style. It's serious enough to make me care about the story, funny enough not to bore me and wild enough to make me read the next one. His version of the post apocalyptic wasteland is amazing. And this one leaves us on a cliff hanger. Thankfully Kindle Unlimited has the 3rd one.

    3. #2 of 3 in the series. I liked this one just a tad less than the first because it wasn’t as lighthearted, but it was still a good time. LIKES: That an entire town, ahem kingdom, is populated by pre-apocalyptic renaissance actors who have turned their fake roles into real positions, when a discussion between groups of characters digresses into silliness, and the adventure of the whole thing. Also, I love Jerry’s optimism. Example: Jerry smiled like a toddler as it rolled past them at the stat [...]

    4. Just as good as the firstThis is the second volume in the duck and cover series and believe me it does not lack what made the first book great. It has action, humor and even a little drama thrown in for good measure. I can't wait to see what happens next.

    5. Hilarious with a compelling storyI really enjoyed the first book in the series but this one was amazing. There were multiple times where I laughed out loud at the character's interactions with each other. And it's honestly funny enough that I could recommend it for that alone. But it's also a really great story that kept me riveted until the end. Which was satisfying and yet makes me makes me very glad I can already purchase the next book.

    6. EnjoyableI didn't enjoy this book as much as the previous one. However the story draws your attention through the actions of the characters. I look forward to the next book as the main character, Jerry, tracks down his wife and her kidnapper.

    7. This is the second book in the series and it was awesome. I so love the main characters and the world building that the author has detailed. Jerry the librarian is just the best. Can't wait to start with the next book.

    8. A fun way to spend some hours. Do not expect great revelations, but get a solid, fun take on the end of the world.Our hero’s ride has broken down and while looking for spares, they stumble upon the kingdom of King Elias, morally ambiguous ruler and occupant of an impractical throne. And he just happens to have a problemI like this book much more than its predecessor, because the author has found a tone that works well. The humor works well and although there is one needlessly gruesome passage, [...]

    9. Knights picks up with Jerry, Erica and Chewy on the run. As with the first novel this story starts off with Benjamin Wallace's wit and engaging prose. There are new characters and perils for the heroes and this one ends with you reaching for number three before Knights hits the the table top, or Kindle carousel.After this one I had to start picking up and reading everything by Benjamin Wallace. From his blogs to his stories he has a very engaging style of writing that is thoughtful (sometimes) a [...]

    10. I finished this one up pretty quickly (it's a fun as the previous story). It would seem our hero is on the run, he just might have made some people angry with all the truck flipping/slave freeing that went on. Now he's on the run (and looking for a fuel pump) and stumble into the storybook land of the Kingdom of the Seven Peaks. Or, the SCA gone wild after the bombs fell. Our hero gets roped in to doing hero stuff, chaos ensues, it's all good. And a great lead into book #3 (which I just started [...]

    11. Sequel to Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors: A Duck & Cover Adventure, set in Colorado this time. This is what happens when certain theatrical aficionados make a city and anyone who has participated in their brand of entertainment would know full well this isn't totally inaccurate.

    12. Even better than the first one!I really loved the first book in this series, though it definitely wasn't perfect. This was a great follow up. A great story, great new setting, and the writing felt more concise and cohesive. Though some of the fight scenes seemed a little hard to follow. But I'm truly looking forward to the third book!Between the Duck and Cover books and Junkers, I'm becoming a big fan of Benjamin Wallace's work!! Highly recommended!!

    13. A great follow-upWallace here continues the adventures of Jerry, the post-apocalyptic nomadic warrior, now accompanied by his wife Erica. Wallace writes a book that is exciting, creative, and full of great humor. My only complaint is the first chapter doesn't really have anything to do with the rest of the book's narrative.

    14. Another Glorious Romprough the Wastelands of the Crappening. Loving Wallace's Duck & Cover series even more. Such dry wit and humor I can't wait to get started on the third.

    15. Interesting follow upI like the series in general, but I feel that it got much darker in this sequel. I will read the next one, but I feel the books work best when the humor balances the dark parts better.

    16. A good follow-up story to Duck and Cover in Benjamin Wallace's quirky take on the post-apocalyptic world, but it felt like the book just ended, rather than the story ended. I realize there's a third volume that picks up the storyline, but it still seemed like an abrupt end to this book.

    17. Good readWell constructed and paced, and funny. More fluid than the first book, because pretext and origin story always make pacing harder. A lot to like in this one, still feel like I missed a tie in from first chapter Doesn't hurt the story though.

    18. My reviewEnd of the world with the knights,is actually pretty cool. Messed up but cool, and poor Jerry just can't catch a break. Loved every second of this story and a bit upset the sequel isn't ready yet! It's a fun story that keeps you entertained like any good story should.

    19. Another fun read by Benjamin Wallace, but I was very disappointed in the huge cliffhanger ending. I might or might not continue on with the series.

    20. You know when you think you've read just about every twist on a post-apocalyptic world and that there can't possibly be anything new under the sun? Well there is, and it's hilarious.

    21. These are so funFunny, gruesome and fast paced. The story of the librarian continues as he and his wife are force to run from bounty hunters.

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