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2012 was the end of the world. All society and civilizations fell, leaving the survivors to fend for themselves. Few made it. In Book One Samantha: After being taken from her Seattle office at gunpoint during the apocalypse, Samantha's chopper crashes and she is taken hostage by the Cruz brothers. Abused and hurting, to get her life back, she has to take theirs and learns a 2012 was the end of the world. All society and civilizations fell, leaving the survivors to fend for themselves. Few made it. In Book One Samantha: After being taken from her Seattle office at gunpoint during the apocalypse, Samantha's chopper crashes and she is taken hostage by the Cruz brothers. Abused and hurting, to get her life back, she has to take theirs and learns a harsh lesson in survival. Kenn/Cadet Kenn and the cadet were missed in the evacuations and instead of heading home for the boy's pregnant mom, the Marine heads them for NORAD, sure the timid little woman he'd controlled for so long, couldn't have survived the end of the world. These two are picked up by Safe Haven Mobile Refugee Camp and the Marine quickly begins building himself a place among these strong survivors. Angela/Brady Angela lost her baby in the war and that pain forced her to face the awful truth. Without using her gifts, those forbidden powers that have kept her chained to Kenn for more than ten years, she will never see her teenage son again. Forced to wait for her body to heal before she can start her quest, Angie calls out to her son's real father, Brady. They are reunited in the post apocalyptic remains of Indiana and it's clear that the sparks are still there. Adrian Adrian has a secret that no one knows and he struggles to keep it hidden even as he risks everything to gather his flock. He is a Leader, a Patriot, and there's nothing he won't do in his quest to keep some of his Country alive. Even kill. Cesar/Rick Rick is a traitor. He belongs to the leader of a group of Mexican Guerilla's that are intent on destroying what's left of the post apocalyptic United States. Cesar leads these ruthless killers, sending Rick into camps of refugees as his spy, before murdering the men and taking the women hostage. Cesar hates America and heads up Interstate 25 like an end of the world plague. He thinks he is unstoppable but already, there's a nagging worry that the forces of fate have something planned. For now, though, his reign of terror goes unopposed. Mother Nature Angry at the callous indifference of humans, Mother Nature has called her creatures together for the apocalypse. Animal attacks and ambushes become common place and add yet another adventure these brave souls must face in their quest for survival. In Book Two More of the same adventure, romance, and danger that made book one so addictive. Are you ready to return to Safe Haven? Adrian and the others are already there, waiting to tell you what happened next. Won't you join us?


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2012 was the end of the world. All society and civilizations fell, leaving the survivors to fend for themselves. Few made it. In Book One Samantha: After being taken from her Seattle office at gunpoint during the apocalypse, Samantha's chopper crashes and she is taken hostage by the Cruz brothers. Abused and hurting, to get her life back, she has to take theirs and learns a 2012 was the end of the world. All society and civilizations fell, leaving the survivors to fend for themselves. Few made it. In Book One Samantha: After being taken from her Seattle office at gunpoint during the apocalypse, Samantha's chopper crashes and she is taken hostage by the Cruz brothers. Abused and hurting, to get her life back, she has to take theirs and learns a harsh lesson in survival. Kenn/Cadet Kenn and the cadet were missed in the evacuations and instead of heading home for the boy's pregnant mom, the Marine heads them for NORAD, sure the timid little woman he'd controlled for so long, couldn't have survived the end of the world. These two are picked up by Safe Haven Mobile Refugee Camp and the Marine quickly begins building himself a place among these strong survivors. Angela/Brady Angela lost her baby in the war and that pain forced her to face the awful truth. Without using her gifts, those forbidden powers that have kept her chained to Kenn for more than ten years, she will never see her teenage son again. Forced to wait for her body to heal before she can start her quest, Angie calls out to her son's real father, Brady. They are reunited in the post apocalyptic remains of Indiana and it's clear that the sparks are still there. Adrian Adrian has a secret that no one knows and he struggles to keep it hidden even as he risks everything to gather his flock. He is a Leader, a Patriot, and there's nothing he won't do in his quest to keep some of his Country alive. Even kill. Cesar/Rick Rick is a traitor. He belongs to the leader of a group of Mexican Guerilla's that are intent on destroying what's left of the post apocalyptic United States. Cesar leads these ruthless killers, sending Rick into camps of refugees as his spy, before murdering the men and taking the women hostage. Cesar hates America and heads up Interstate 25 like an end of the world plague. He thinks he is unstoppable but already, there's a nagging worry that the forces of fate have something planned. For now, though, his reign of terror goes unopposed. Mother Nature Angry at the callous indifference of humans, Mother Nature has called her creatures together for the apocalypse. Animal attacks and ambushes become common place and add yet another adventure these brave souls must face in their quest for survival. In Book Two More of the same adventure, romance, and danger that made book one so addictive. Are you ready to return to Safe Haven? Adrian and the others are already there, waiting to tell you what happened next. Won't you join us?

30 review for On the Road (Life After War, #2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I couldn't keep reading about a woman who wanted to ASK her horribly abusive husband if he was going change now that the world had ended. everyone was spoken of as "sheep" if they were white and as "slavers" if the had any more than a tan. I may be nieve, but i didnt realize every race besides caucation would turn into mad rapers as soon as society collapses. And, viagra instead of vicoden? Like every man on earth doesnt know what viagra looks like!! This 2nd installment was a disaster. I couldn't keep reading about a woman who wanted to ASK her horribly abusive husband if he was going change now that the world had ended. everyone was spoken of as "sheep" if they were white and as "slavers" if the had any more than a tan. I may be nieve, but i didnt realize every race besides caucation would turn into mad rapers as soon as society collapses. And, viagra instead of vicoden? Like every man on earth doesnt know what viagra looks like!! This 2nd installment was a disaster.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rosann

    its ..... uuughh just uuughhh about the same slower than dirt storyline as the first with a lot of skipping around.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Angela Austin

    Awesome book....must read after book 1 the survivors! Ready to go on to book 3.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dinnl

    Not perfect, but very enjoyable. Good characters. Good descriptions of the post apocalyptic world. Usually i read another book between multiple volumes, but this I wanted to contine. Everyone is long but never boring.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I've really enjoyed this book - of course you have to get the next one in the series as it doesn't really have an ending. I'm starting on the next one now. Thanks Angela for the hours of fun. I've really enjoyed this book - of course you have to get the next one in the series as it doesn't really have an ending. I'm starting on the next one now. Thanks Angela for the hours of fun.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mattie Hyde

    Just keeps getting better.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Was a pretty good story once I got into the book. Will have to look for more of her books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dollar Tree Barbie

    Pretty good. A little dragging at times but I was in the mood for it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    LOVED THIS!! Totally engrossing and transporting!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Darsie

    Continuing on with the saga, developing the story further. As far as Marc and Angela's storyline went.. there was a lot of repressed passion from both but mostly the story was driving, set up camp, lust, mistrust, repression, rinse and repeat. For a few hundred miles with a few highlights of action. In just six weeks of "training" she already has great fighting skills? Not sure if I can fall in with that (unless we are going with the "special in one way means great at everything" theory). The oth Continuing on with the saga, developing the story further. As far as Marc and Angela's storyline went.. there was a lot of repressed passion from both but mostly the story was driving, set up camp, lust, mistrust, repression, rinse and repeat. For a few hundred miles with a few highlights of action. In just six weeks of "training" she already has great fighting skills? Not sure if I can fall in with that (unless we are going with the "special in one way means great at everything" theory). The other survivors in the story basically go through terrible circumstances as they struggle for survival. Samantha's story was the hardest to read. Not sure that I like the term "sheep" when referring to Adrian's camp members but I am guessing that in some way it eventually ties into the "special people" being DOC (in the notes: Descendants Of Christ). Also not thrilled with the white is good, brown is bad ethos, that is filtering through more and more. Only a couple of instances that broke this mold. I'm hoping for a more multi-racial mix as the story progresses. This goes both ways though, as the Slaver gang exclusively kill all white men they come across enslaving and raping/torturing every woman. That reminds me.. not loving that women are constantly referred to as "females" by both main groups... it feels de-humanizing (which makes sense for the slaver gang but not for the Safe Haven group who are supposed to be "better"). Be warned, there is a lot more gore, evidence of mutations and violence in this book. And still my main question about Angela is not answered... What exactly would Kenn have gained (before the bombs) from having access to Angela's inner witch?? I remain curious.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura Howard

    This felt like maybe this should have been part of the first book. It brought a lot more balance to the story. It had a few parts where I thought some detail was dropped because it wouldn't have worked in the story and it left me slightly confused, but hey, when it is life or death, a lot more becomes plausible! I also don't really understand what "rules" are getting set for some of these gifts. I certainly shouldn't complain because I'm not one for extra fluff in a story. I read book one and two This felt like maybe this should have been part of the first book. It brought a lot more balance to the story. It had a few parts where I thought some detail was dropped because it wouldn't have worked in the story and it left me slightly confused, but hey, when it is life or death, a lot more becomes plausible! I also don't really understand what "rules" are getting set for some of these gifts. I certainly shouldn't complain because I'm not one for extra fluff in a story. I read book one and two immediately after each other and felt the second book brought in a few wonderful new stories and characters, but feels somewhat disjointed yet. Several of these individual stories are pretty interesting, but I was getting a bit anxious and impatient waiting to see if they would relate to each other. I debated 3 or 4 stars because I did enjoy the book, but it just didn't stand on its own and I'm as of yet undecided on the next book. I didn't feel this one wrapped up as strong as the last and I don't really feel a need to know what happens next yet, except maybe between the marines!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Debra Odom

    I really liked this book. The characters were interesting. The way the author wrote this book, it left an air of suspense and therefore you wanted to keep reading to find out what is going to happen next. I liked the way she moved from one character to the next. I would like to know more about Angela and her powers. She calls herself a witch. This is the second book in the series. I am still trying to find out who Adrian is and what did Kenn do that was so terrible. Angela and Marc's story has b I really liked this book. The characters were interesting. The way the author wrote this book, it left an air of suspense and therefore you wanted to keep reading to find out what is going to happen next. I liked the way she moved from one character to the next. I would like to know more about Angela and her powers. She calls herself a witch. This is the second book in the series. I am still trying to find out who Adrian is and what did Kenn do that was so terrible. Angela and Marc's story has been told. I still don't know much about Samantha. It will be a pleasure to keep reading to find out more about each character. Charlie (the boy) is a timed bomb waiting to explode.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Valerie (Howler_Puff)

    The second book was ok. No where near good. There was a lot of rape and woman are property. I did notice the racism in this book as well. She made it seem like whites are good and any other color is bad and will turn out to be a rapist. It is disturbing. I also did not like how the survivors in the camp are always referred to as "sheep", but in the same sentence wants equality. I live in Nebraska and she made it seem like Nebraskans are backwoods hillbillies...we don't talk like that. I do like The second book was ok. No where near good. There was a lot of rape and woman are property. I did notice the racism in this book as well. She made it seem like whites are good and any other color is bad and will turn out to be a rapist. It is disturbing. I also did not like how the survivors in the camp are always referred to as "sheep", but in the same sentence wants equality. I live in Nebraska and she made it seem like Nebraskans are backwoods hillbillies...we don't talk like that. I do like the author's idea, it was badly executed. I'm not sure if I want to continue the series after this. I only read the second book since it came free with the first.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marsha

    Hmmm I've been reading- then skimming when there was too much repetition, or exposition, or eccentricities in the plotting and pacing- this series over the weekend. I've learned the following: White, blonde and green eyed=good. Mexican= VERY BAD Women in the post-apocalyptic future will all need protecting or they'll be sex slaves to the evil, non-white, non-blonde, evil Mexicans After a nuclear bomb drops, insects and rodents INSTANTLY mutate. The heroine is beautiful, and a doctor, and has magic power Hmmm I've been reading- then skimming when there was too much repetition, or exposition, or eccentricities in the plotting and pacing- this series over the weekend. I've learned the following: White, blonde and green eyed=good. Mexican= VERY BAD Women in the post-apocalyptic future will all need protecting or they'll be sex slaves to the evil, non-white, non-blonde, evil Mexicans After a nuclear bomb drops, insects and rodents INSTANTLY mutate. The heroine is beautiful, and a doctor, and has magic powers, and every man who sees her wants her AND SHE HAS EXACTLY THE SAME NAME AS THE AUTHOR. Srsly. Good thing the first 4 are free

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alisha

    I'm actually going to rate this book a little lower then the other ones, since there was so many sexual predators that it was a little tiresome. I get that the author thinks most men are evil and will turn into brutal thugs if they were allowed, but I just don't feel the same. I wish she would have kept her predators down a little, and I felt that so far this book was the worst offender. Other then that I stayed entertained and kept on reading. We're just going to have to hope the author builds I'm actually going to rate this book a little lower then the other ones, since there was so many sexual predators that it was a little tiresome. I get that the author thinks most men are evil and will turn into brutal thugs if they were allowed, but I just don't feel the same. I wish she would have kept her predators down a little, and I felt that so far this book was the worst offender. Other then that I stayed entertained and kept on reading. We're just going to have to hope the author builds some more confidence in the males of our species, and makes more then just a few into good guys.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael Martin

    The books get a bit better as you progress from 1 to 3, but as others have mentioned,there are plot holes and inconsistencies. For instance: the "war" was December 2012. How is it there are fields of corn in the spring of 2013? Corn would have been harvested before the war and not planted after the war. And corn does not reseed itself, especially nowadays when it is 90+% Monsanto hybrids. If you can get through Book One, the story may grow on you. Not nearly as well-written as other Zombie/apocal The books get a bit better as you progress from 1 to 3, but as others have mentioned,there are plot holes and inconsistencies. For instance: the "war" was December 2012. How is it there are fields of corn in the spring of 2013? Corn would have been harvested before the war and not planted after the war. And corn does not reseed itself, especially nowadays when it is 90+% Monsanto hybrids. If you can get through Book One, the story may grow on you. Not nearly as well-written as other Zombie/apocalypse stories but engaging enough

  17. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

    Life After War Book 2 This story takes a bit of a flashback from the first story. It's shows the complete breakdown of the American government as the vice president clearly shows shock and disbelief. And the overturning of a cruise ship that only has on survivor and her plight. The journey of Angela and Marc can be come quite provocative at times while he is teaching her to become a strong independent woman. We also see some more atrocities of war. As sad, and scary it is at times, it is the spar Life After War Book 2 This story takes a bit of a flashback from the first story. It's shows the complete breakdown of the American government as the vice president clearly shows shock and disbelief. And the overturning of a cruise ship that only has on survivor and her plight. The journey of Angela and Marc can be come quite provocative at times while he is teaching her to become a strong independent woman. We also see some more atrocities of war. As sad, and scary it is at times, it is the spark of that human element that keeps you reading.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    10.11.13 Still a continuation of a disturbing story. One can't help but root for the heroes and heroines, but still wonder how it will all resolve in the end. I am concerned by what seems to be stereotyping. Will that keep me from reading the last book in the series?? 7.24.15 This revisit to this during a trip will probably have me reading the next in the series just to see how the conflicts are resolved. 10.11.13 Still a continuation of a disturbing story. One can't help but root for the heroes and heroines, but still wonder how it will all resolve in the end. I am concerned by what seems to be stereotyping. Will that keep me from reading the last book in the series?? 7.24.15 This revisit to this during a trip will probably have me reading the next in the series just to see how the conflicts are resolved.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rollie Reid

    More jingoistic poppycock, but if you get past that the story is marginally entertaining. The biggest impossibility in this book is not the magic, nor the nuclear war. It is the idea that two huge armies could rise and travel across the country. I don't buy it. At least, not within a few months of a full scale nuclear war. It's free and I will likely read the third book, which I also got free, but I won't pay for this. More jingoistic poppycock, but if you get past that the story is marginally entertaining. The biggest impossibility in this book is not the magic, nor the nuclear war. It is the idea that two huge armies could rise and travel across the country. I don't buy it. At least, not within a few months of a full scale nuclear war. It's free and I will likely read the third book, which I also got free, but I won't pay for this.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Flower

    I think I like the second book better, it ended better anyway. Don't think I will throw down the $3.99 to get the last one. I would like to know which marine wins. I like the sci-fi part. Interesting story. Still think it could have been 1 book. This one was $.99 from amazon.com and I read it on my Kindle Fire. I think I like the second book better, it ended better anyway. Don't think I will throw down the $3.99 to get the last one. I would like to know which marine wins. I like the sci-fi part. Interesting story. Still think it could have been 1 book. This one was $.99 from amazon.com and I read it on my Kindle Fire.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    The second in this series is just as good as the first. The survivors of the War struggle to survive an America that has been decimated. No government, no police, no military. Everyone is on their own, struggling against the elements and a Mexican psychopath determined to conquer what's left of America. Yes, this is another in a strong series. I can't wait to read the rest! The second in this series is just as good as the first. The survivors of the War struggle to survive an America that has been decimated. No government, no police, no military. Everyone is on their own, struggling against the elements and a Mexican psychopath determined to conquer what's left of America. Yes, this is another in a strong series. I can't wait to read the rest!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Buncie

    2nd of this author's books to be on my holy-crap shelf. Love love love. Continuing stories of the characters introduced in book 1. More backstory, more history. More dealing with the crap the government started from book 1, in the aftermath of the war. I really love these books so far...Must have more. 2nd of this author's books to be on my holy-crap shelf. Love love love. Continuing stories of the characters introduced in book 1. More backstory, more history. More dealing with the crap the government started from book 1, in the aftermath of the war. I really love these books so far...Must have more.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Liquid Frost

    Picks up right after Book One. Decent story continuing to unfold. Good action that balances the "should she or shouldn't she bone her man. The author seems to have a female-chubby for Marines, but don't hold that against her. Then again, the USAF would be grounded in the post-apocalyptic world, so good call. Enjoyable freebie, good pacing. Picks up right after Book One. Decent story continuing to unfold. Good action that balances the "should she or shouldn't she bone her man. The author seems to have a female-chubby for Marines, but don't hold that against her. Then again, the USAF would be grounded in the post-apocalyptic world, so good call. Enjoyable freebie, good pacing.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Caia Cameron

    Like I mentioned in my review to book one of this series, the characters are very 2-dimensional. It reads like a soap opera on the CW network. Too many sentences are grammatically confusing. This is a decent freshman attempt. I just hope that Angela White continues to polish her writing skills because the potential is definitely present.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Bird

    2nd in the Life after War series. Aside from the usual editing problems and errors in reporting the reality of physics which amounts to lack of research, I love the premise, story and characters. I am on my way to reading all of the Life After Ware series. I recommend them if you can get past the failings I mentioned earlier.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ceh131973

    [Angela White] continues her [Life After War] series with [On The Road]. The wonderful characters she introduced us to in [The Survivors] are now traveling to find their fate. Angela is determined to reach Charlie, her son, but fears the confrontation with Kenn. Marc and Dog will do anything to protect her. The stories are all about to come together in a wonderfully thrilling twist.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Despite misgivings about volume one, I decided to go ahead with volume two. At least the editorial work was better, but so much is still unbelievable. I know the area the cross the Missouri River. Impossible. The only thing that got more intense was the sex scenes. Definitely not for Younger YAs. I w I'll complete volume three soon, but will not get anymore of the series. Despite misgivings about volume one, I decided to go ahead with volume two. At least the editorial work was better, but so much is still unbelievable. I know the area the cross the Missouri River. Impossible. The only thing that got more intense was the sex scenes. Definitely not for Younger YAs. I w I'll complete volume three soon, but will not get anymore of the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Dawson

    I read the first book and was ready to give #2 a shot. After a few pages I had the strangest sense of Dejavu. And then it hit me. This is book one with a different cover. I don't know if the author made a mistake in the download or if there is a glitch with Amazon, but the problem needs to looked into. I read the first book and was ready to give #2 a shot. After a few pages I had the strangest sense of Dejavu. And then it hit me. This is book one with a different cover. I don't know if the author made a mistake in the download or if there is a glitch with Amazon, but the problem needs to looked into.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tish

    I read book 1 and book 2 in a few days. In book 2 we get a bit more detail on the original 7 characters. I find the scenes with the Mexican outlaws particularly frightening. This book continues on with what life could be if we were to fall victim to this version of the apocalyptic future.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Justine

    I enjoyed this book even more than the first, although it seemed like they should have just been one book instead of two. I will definitely continue the series and see what happens to our characters and the country!

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