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by William W. Johnstone

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Author:
William W. Johnstone
ISBN13:
978-0759271562
ISBN:
0759271569
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e-reads.com (July 15, 2010)
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Science Fiction
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1467 kb
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4.7
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William W. Johnstone. Namely, that the threat of them encountering the Rejects had diminished, if not faded completely. The reason was simple. They had gone quite a few miles and so far had not seen any hostile forces fact they had only seen. They had gone quite a few miles and so far had not seen any hostile forces fact they had only seen relatively few people, but fortunately all the people were alive. And they had not seen a single body claimed by the plague, an all-too-frequent occurrence farther south. There was also an unspoken truth existing between Jim and Bev, something that showed itself quite clearly the last time they had stopped and Jim had made a joke about an old goat.

Last rebel survivor Johnstone, W. Little, Brown 9780786016303 : A new hero - the heir to Ben Raines& dream . Описание: Famed for The Last Gunfighter and Mountain Man sagas, master storyteller William W. Johnston joins forces with . Little, Brown 9780786016303 : A new hero - the heir to Ben Raines& dream - fights for humanity in this first book in an action. Johnstone to let loose a pair of the most unforgettable, trouble-prone, hard-fighting cowboys the West has ever known-who are about to step in the biggest hornet's nest in Colorado Territory.

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William Wallace Johnstone (October 28, 1938 – February 8, 2004) was an American author, mostly of western, horror and survivalist novels. Born and raised in southern Missouri, Johnstone was the youngest of four children

William Wallace Johnstone (October 28, 1938 – February 8, 2004) was an American author, mostly of western, horror and survivalist novels. Born and raised in southern Missouri, Johnstone was the youngest of four children. His father was a minister and his mother a school teacher. He quit school when he was 15 and worked in a carnival and as a deputy sheriff. He later served in the United States Army and, upon returning to civilian life, worked in radio broadcasting for 16 years.

Johnstone William - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. Luckily, one of the survivors is Ben Raines. Книги 1-9 из 9. A Rocky Mountain Christmas. The last days of the Civil War. With Richmond under siege, Confederate soldier Luke Jensen is assigned the task of smuggling gold out of the city before the Yankees get their hands on it - when he is ambushed and robbed by four deserters, shot in the back, and left for dead. With his monumental and series, William W. Johnstone has become America's most popular Western writer. The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century

William W. The Last Frontier Civilization as we know it was shattered by the nuclear nightmare of the Great War. But out of the smoldering wreckage, Ben Raines has emerged as the courageous leader of a Rebel Army that will fight not only for its own survival, but to help rebuild a country out of the rubble that was once America. The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century. From America's most popular, bestselling Western writer, each novel in this brilliant new series follows the trail of a different gun-each gun with its own fiery story to tell.

In a book that forms a coda to William W. Johnstone's Ashes series, Jim LaDoux, the grandson of the legendary . In a way, the first book of the Last Rebel series is the end of the Ashes series. I enjoyed this book and believe it is a "must read" for anybody who enjoyed the Ashes series. Johnstone's Ashes series, Jim LaDoux, the grandson of the legendary General Ben Raines has seen his grandfather, an. . Though William Johnstone has departed this plane of existence and "ghost writers" have been writing the various series since his passing the basic "pablum for the masses" does not require the highest caliber of writers to create stories of this type.

"In a book that forms a coda to William W. Johnstone's ""Ashes"" series, Jim LaDoux, the grandson of the legendary General Ben Raines has seen his grandfather, and the last of his family, die in the beginnings of the plague that sweeps the world, leaving many millions dead and a civilization struggling to survive and re-build after yet another in a what seems like an endless series of crippling blows. LaDoux, having stayed alone for six months in the isolated Idaho cabin built by his ancestors, realizes that he must get out and find life and hope or he will surrender to despair and death. As he starts traveling, he finds a young woman, Bev, who had been on a Believer mission and who has barely survived an attack by Rejects. The Rejects are a chaotic and violent movement of outcasts who have seen all the destruction and horror of the last few years and have formed a single belief: that there can be no God in a world such as they've lived in. As they travel together, they find love for each other and they have to deal with members of both sides of the struggle and then encounter yet a third faction, the Rebels, who believe that Ben Raines's set of beliefs is still alive and that faith, courage and firepower combined can beat back the evil that threatens to end the world. Originally conceived as the beginning of a new series, THE LAST REBEL: SURVIVOR was the only volume completed at the time of the author's death."
  • This book is a big disappointment. It isn't Mr. Johnstone's writing, it is either J.A. or someone else trying to make a buck using Williams name. I thought because it was published just after Mr. Johnstone's death it was one that he wrote but didn't publish. He may have written an outline that someone took over later. The book also had a LOT of mistakes that an editor should have caught. Maybe there wasn't an editor this time & that is another proof that Mr. Johnstone didn't approve this book. I can't believe that I give such a sad review of a book with his name on it. He is one of the best authors I have ever read & it is so sad that we don't get anymore of his books.

  • The Out of the Ashes series by William W. Johnstone is one of the great examples of series fiction in the later part of the 20th Century. There have been others (many also written by Johnstone) but none whhich have had a clearer vision of the future of the United States after catastrophe and the attempted institution of a liberal left wing totalitarian state. Johnstone understood the nature of the danger of this anti-individual, anti-capitalist society and through exciting story telling he proclaimed a warning. Do no let the America that we love start down this slippery slope to totalitarian socialism! Johnstone reveled in freedom and justice for all. This novel was, I think, to have been the first of a new series. I pray the Johnstone family authorizes the story to continue.There is much to learn from this series, for under the fiction lies the truths which are so applicable to 2013.

  • Wow, it ended way too soon. I would like to read more right where it left off! I could not put it down. For anyone who is into the ashes series, this is a must read! The continuation of heavy conflict between groups of people really shows human nature at its core. Some people have hope and morals while others have neither one.This book to me is a very close perception to where our nation is headed. The writing style of William Johnstone is blunt, to the point, and very descriptive. I can easily visualize where this takes place. It left me wanting even more story!!

  • Wish there was more of the books to read of that story line. Thanks

  • The book was okay but definitely didn't seem to be written by Mr. Johnstone. It was "Johnstone - ish" enough that I did finish reading it.

  • My only regrets about this book is that i found out Johnston died before he could complete the series.. RIP William W. Johnstone

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  • I RATED THIS BOOK A 4 BECAUSE IT WAS THE START OF A NEW SERIES? I HOPE SO. IT ENDED WITH SOME BIG QUESTIONS. NEEDED WORK ON THE TIME FRAME. LEFT THE READER WONDERING WHERE IN THE ASHES SERIES DID THIS BOOK FIT. I ALWAYS ENJOY W.W. JOHNSTONE'S SCI FI / FUTURE BOOKS. I WILL BE WAITING FOR THE NEXT "LAST REBEL"