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A plague of mysterious origin has swept around the world, killing most of the human population. An ex-Ranger and his thirteen-year-old son are left alone on their farm with no government to rely on. They have taken in refugees, so they may all have a better chance to survive. Together, they farm the land and struggle to feed themselves while guarding against murderous raid A plague of mysterious origin has swept around the world, killing most of the human population. An ex-Ranger and his thirteen-year-old son are left alone on their farm with no government to rely on. They have taken in refugees, so they may all have a better chance to survive. Together, they farm the land and struggle to feed themselves while guarding against murderous raiders who choose to take from others rather than work for survival. Personal bonds are steeled in a post-apocalyptic world where a friend is defended with your life, a foe fought to the death, and refusing to be a victim demands killing without hesitation. A son must rely on his father to build a new moral compass in a land of violence. "Dad and I don't quit on each other, and we don't quit on our friends." But despite best efforts, some are lost and others grievously wounded. Their farm is in danger and they face starvation without it. 82,000 words


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A plague of mysterious origin has swept around the world, killing most of the human population. An ex-Ranger and his thirteen-year-old son are left alone on their farm with no government to rely on. They have taken in refugees, so they may all have a better chance to survive. Together, they farm the land and struggle to feed themselves while guarding against murderous raid A plague of mysterious origin has swept around the world, killing most of the human population. An ex-Ranger and his thirteen-year-old son are left alone on their farm with no government to rely on. They have taken in refugees, so they may all have a better chance to survive. Together, they farm the land and struggle to feed themselves while guarding against murderous raiders who choose to take from others rather than work for survival. Personal bonds are steeled in a post-apocalyptic world where a friend is defended with your life, a foe fought to the death, and refusing to be a victim demands killing without hesitation. A son must rely on his father to build a new moral compass in a land of violence. "Dad and I don't quit on each other, and we don't quit on our friends." But despite best efforts, some are lost and others grievously wounded. Their farm is in danger and they face starvation without it. 82,000 words

53 review for Apocalypse Law 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Apocalyptic Fiction

    Apocalypse Law 2 by John Grit is the second book in the series following the Ex-Army Ranger, Nate, as he struggles to keep his family safe in a post-apocalyptic world. This is a very fast paced and enjoyable read. Nate is a humble, reluctant hero that in many ways is the post-apocalyptic version of John Rambo. With Apocalypse Law, John Grit brings me back to the action movies of my younger years that I remember so fondly. Being vastly outnumbered and overpowered by an unrelenting, extremely viol Apocalypse Law 2 by John Grit is the second book in the series following the Ex-Army Ranger, Nate, as he struggles to keep his family safe in a post-apocalyptic world. This is a very fast paced and enjoyable read. Nate is a humble, reluctant hero that in many ways is the post-apocalyptic version of John Rambo. With Apocalypse Law, John Grit brings me back to the action movies of my younger years that I remember so fondly. Being vastly outnumbered and overpowered by an unrelenting, extremely violent group of ex-military raiders, Nate is forced to pull out all of the stops and resorts to using some “unconventional” weapons in defense of his farm. Nate and his female fighting companion, Deni, are truly stretched beyond their limits as they take on this gang of marauders. While you might be tempted to see this story line as cliché, Apocalypse Law 2 is full of surprises and will hold your interest until the end. If there is a post-apocalyptic action sub-genre (which there may very well be, excuse my ignorance), the Apocalypse Law series would certainly rate at the top of the list!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Fiona

    I really enjoyed this. Yes I know that the story is improbable but I loved it - loved the interaction between the characters, and you got to know the characters quite well (although would have liked a bit more info on some i.e. past history) Overall a good read and cannot wait for the next one.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    I really enjoyed this book and the previous one in the series. Hope he writes a third one!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Paul Moore

    Better than Apocalypse Law 1, more action. A Vietnam veteran told me that while some of the things the main character does seems over the top, it is all possible. He said that the guy seems to be lucky, but he had friends who were lucky in combat and came through their tour of duty and many firefights unscathed, while others in their platoon were not so lucky. I can’t wait for the third one.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rob Hood

    This book is loaded with non-stop action and was thrilling!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brad Theado

    Love this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chad Beaudin

    This is a synpos not a review. Nothing but spoilers. Book opens with Nate watching a group of guys drive a Cat down the road toward his property. Nate is hidden in the woods. He sees that they have a woman chained up and they start to beat her. He snipes all of them. When he heads down to the woman he notices that there is a 15 year old chained up in a cage. Woman is Caroline. Girl is Carrie. No relation. Both are a bit crazy. Both girls are taken back to the farm. More people at the farm. Nate Deni Br This is a synpos not a review. Nothing but spoilers. Book opens with Nate watching a group of guys drive a Cat down the road toward his property. Nate is hidden in the woods. He sees that they have a woman chained up and they start to beat her. He snipes all of them. When he heads down to the woman he notices that there is a 15 year old chained up in a cage. Woman is Caroline. Girl is Carrie. No relation. Both are a bit crazy. Both girls are taken back to the farm. More people at the farm. Nate Deni Brian Ben, Martha, daughter Cindy, son Tommy. Nate tells the group that he plans to use the Cat to destroy the bridge so people can't easily drive up on their farm. One day on patrol Nate hears a single rifle shot in the distance. That night he scouts and finds a man living in the swamp. He shot a deer hunting. Sam. Nate invites him to the farm for dinner. A few days later Sam shows up and has dinner with everyone. Nate decides to invite him to stay permanently. On two separate occasions, Nate awoke to see Caroline standing and looking down at Brian sleeping. Nate said Nothing, and we are not lead to believe that Caroline knew she was noticed. The morning that Nate, Sam, and Deni are going to leave to destroy the bridge, Brian has the radio on. They hear a State Trooper talking about a group of 100+ raiders that are going through raping and pillaging. Nate makes a quick decision. Everyone gather all the provisions they can and go hide them in the forest. Then everyone heads to Mel's bunker. Nate, Sam, and Deni ride the Cat as fast as they can to the bridge. When they arrive, there are 6 guys on motorcycles. Nate and crew take them out using the blade of the Cat as a cover. They then start pulling support from the bridge. They get one pulled before the rest of the party shows up. They manage to get a 2nd support partially down before Sam gets killed, losing control of the Cat and driving it into the bridge, overturning it. Nate and Deni flee into the woods. They take out 10 or so guys from a distance. That night Nate swims across the river and takes out a couple guys in a truck preparing to repair the bridge. He ties some logs long ways across the bed of the truck and uses it to drive down the road, killing many raiders. He then swims back across the river and meets up with Deni. A couple guys swam across earlier and are hunting Nate and Deni. Nate takes them out. Over then next day they take out a few more guys. That night they barely get out of a firefight with a larger group that came across the river. Nate and Deni fall back a few miles. A group of a dozen former military are on their trail. Nate leads them off and takes out a couple more. Nate is now concerned that there are more military showing up as part of the group. Nate and Deni get into a firefight. Deni takes a glancing shot to the head and is knocked out. Nate carries her back to the bunker over the next two days. At the bunker Nate rests for a day and then heads back out to try to slow the bridge building. He kills some people, takes a truck and drives out onto the bridge causing their half-finished repairs to collapse. Nate retreats back behind their rear line. He finds a couple guys firing on a truck. They kill the dad, mom, and injure the small girl (4 year old). Nate takes her back to the bunker. Nate, Brian, Ben, and Caroline all leave the bunker to cut trees down along the road to try and slow the raiders down. (Caroline convinces Nate to let her go. The issue with her standing over Brian was because Brian reminded Carrie of her brother. And Carrie's dad killed Carrie's brother. So Carrie wanted Caroline to check on Brian.) They work for a day falling trees and such. A truck comes from the opposite direction, back from toward their farm. A group has come from the other way, and took everything from Nate's farm. Nate and team hide out in the forest. While in the forest they hear a helicopter come in and fire on the group in the road. Good and bad. Good there is some semblance of govt/military. Bad that they didn't seem too discriminatory on who they fired upon. Nate and crew circle around them and go back to the farm. At the farm they find Deni there. She had killed a few stragglers. They kill a few guys on Harleys there. While they are disposing of the bodies, the main group is heading back the way they came. Nate and Deni drive into a field. Deni crashes hard and has internal injuries. Ben is killed. Brian kills some guys. Everyone retreats to the forest. They are going to try to use the stream to get Deni back to the bunker. More small gun fights. Nate heads into camp and bluffs a guy by telling him that he called in the airstrike through his sister (Deni). He also set up some explosives and blew them up, telling the bad guys it was a drone strike and he would call more in. He gives them 15 minutes to pack up and leave. He disabled some of the larger trucks that had his diesel and canned goods. Hoping they would not have time to take them all. Everyone leaves. Hours later he sees a straggler dousing the house with gas. Nate snipes him. He also notices that there were some booby traps set. They head back for the bunker. They run into more bad guys and kill them. Deni is not doing well. In and out of consciousness. Nate and Brian capture some guy. He tells them his group is just trying to survive. Nate and crew are at the bunker and a few helicopters shows up. Mel is in it along with his Col. They take Caroline and Deni to give them medical care. The end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Wampuscat

    The second installment of this dystopian series by John Grit takes us into the height of the REAL 'zombie outbreak'. Real zombies are roving bands of human degenerates and pathetic layabouts who steal and destroy what others build while singing the mantra of 'we're just trying to survive'. Former Army Ranger Nate Williams and his son Brian, along with a others they have taken in, try to wrestle a living from a small farm in the Florida swamps. In the aftermath of the disease outbreak that has de The second installment of this dystopian series by John Grit takes us into the height of the REAL 'zombie outbreak'. Real zombies are roving bands of human degenerates and pathetic layabouts who steal and destroy what others build while singing the mantra of 'we're just trying to survive'. Former Army Ranger Nate Williams and his son Brian, along with a others they have taken in, try to wrestle a living from a small farm in the Florida swamps. In the aftermath of the disease outbreak that has destroyed most of the world population, they are must defend by force what small measure of subsistence they have developed. The detail which the author goes into on the fighting, stalking, hunting, sharp-shooting, evasion and exhaustion will leave you feeling like you were there. The first book was really good, but this one was amazing and a complete page turner. I highly recommend it, but also advise you to read book #1 first. The author does not do much exposition (as he freely admits and says is intentional), so if you want to know the back-story to book 2, you have to read book one. I give this one 4 stars and call it an Awesome Read!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Myers

    I enjoyed Apocalypse Law 2 almost as much as the first book. I'm not a big fan of war-related novels and that is what this sequel captures throughout the plot. However, John Grit is only capturing what I feel would be a real life scenario after most people are wiped off the face of the earth. Some readers think there would be more good people than bad, but Mr. Grit is showing how the bad will band together to spread their evil. Although this book does show less interaction among the characters i I enjoyed Apocalypse Law 2 almost as much as the first book. I'm not a big fan of war-related novels and that is what this sequel captures throughout the plot. However, John Grit is only capturing what I feel would be a real life scenario after most people are wiped off the face of the earth. Some readers think there would be more good people than bad, but Mr. Grit is showing how the bad will band together to spread their evil. Although this book does show less interaction among the characters introduced in the first book, there is a wonderful focus on the relationship between the father and son as well as the inner turmoil faced by the main character who is responsible for leading the others away from harm. I recommend Apocalypse Law 2 and am looking forward to reading other books in this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pam Shelton-Anderson

    This second part of the series was another very short book. It picks up a short time after book #1 left off. Really? Two people able to confound and obstruct "hundreds" of bad guys heading their way and many of the bad guys are military/ex-military? This second part of the series was another very short book. It picks up a short time after book #1 left off. Really? Two people able to confound and obstruct "hundreds" of bad guys heading their way and many of the bad guys are military/ex-military?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mike Nemeth

    The second installment is an improvement to the first. Nate meets up with more people and takes on an army. He doesn't have time to mess around. Great guerilla warfare techniques. And suffering. Harsh, but that's Grit's style. He doesn't make the apocalypse easy. The second installment is an improvement to the first. Nate meets up with more people and takes on an army. He doesn't have time to mess around. Great guerilla warfare techniques. And suffering. Harsh, but that's Grit's style. He doesn't make the apocalypse easy.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mick J

    Unstoppable Read!! Awesome...so far the best post apocalyptic series to date, read by me. Great and memorable characters. One more book left in series, giddy up!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Larry Powers

    The saga continues The saga for the group continues! The author explains in detail many of the "surprises" Nate has for the enemy. The saga continues The saga for the group continues! The author explains in detail many of the "surprises" Nate has for the enemy.

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