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The future must be rebuilt. 

Victorious over an evil warlord, Jack Bowman will keep collecting women and weapons as he builds the first free city in a broken world. 

The Free Oasis is growing, but not without drawing the attention of raiders who want the future for themselves. With three women and plenty of guns, Jack will find a secret facility where nuclear power waits for whoever is strong enough to take it. 

The future is under attack, and Jack Bowman is the only man who can save it. 

He must endure. He must succeed. He must rebuild. 

Warning: This story contains adult situations, coarse language, and other fun things. Listen at your own risk.

©2018 Daniel Pierce (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • Pyrostasis
  • 08-07-19

More porn than scifi

I'm a guy, I like sex as much as anyone else... this series just takes it a bit too much. The depth and detail he goes into the frequent sexual encounters is just disturbing. Im ok with sex as long as its a key part of the story but this dudes banging anything with 2 legs and in graphic detail.

I'm more interested in the universe, the conflict, the world... not him rhythmically sliding in and out of her.

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  • Robert Preston
  • 08-04-19

Pretty good

I enjoyed it. Simple, easy and entertaining. Nothing too complicated and I look forward to book 3.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-04-21

It's not fun

It try's to be sexy and gory and make it all seem heroic but can't quit pull that off. But for now it's free so why not give it a go .

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  • Al Martinez
  • 08-02-21

Good but plot was rushed

Overall good continuation of story But it felt like too many plot points jammed into story without full development of them. Easily two books worth of plot and character development that was just rushed through. There also were some hard to follow sections that were probably chapter breaks that were poorly edited out.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-06-19

post apocalyptic story line with a harem

the story is amazing!!! waking up in the future with micro bots in his blood and rebuilding the world one peice at a time it's epic!!!

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  • Dadood Dat
  • 18-05-19

Lackluster Sequel

This author really sticks to a style. "Hero is transformed by MacGuffin device and becomes cool, but needless meaningless character death must be had so the author can feel edgy."


Honestly, I really like the first book and I like the first half of this book. Plenty of sex scenes, Action, all in a good blend...then the last third hits and all just falls into a shit basin. SPOILER: Introducing a character, giving her purpose, then killing her meaninglessly and off camera is real shit writing. I liked the first book, I have some very negative feelings about this one. I dunno if I want more. Pierce seems to be addicted to cheap story hooks like this as seen in forever young. Character death does not make you cool or edgy. It can help a story, but it needs to be used judiciously and not formulaic like someone who cares more about getting paid than writing a story. Sadly that's how this comes off.


TLDR: Did you like book #1? Me too. Did you hate the weird out of place character death in #1? This book does not improve on that it is shorter and has a rushed shitty ending.

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  • Eric
  • 26-03-19

Awesome book

I loved the first one and this sequel is no different. Daniel Pierce knows how to keep things interesting and maintain a distinct and exciting world. The characters continue to amaze and the team gets even bigger ;)

Can’t wait for the next one!

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  • Ian Schrott
  • 30-03-19

good book

Victorious over an evil warlord, Jack Bowman will keep collecting women and weapons as he builds the first free city in a broken world.

The Free Oasis is growing, but not without drawing the attention of raiders who want the future for themselves. With three women and plenty of guns, Jack will find a secret facility where nuclear power waits for whoever is strong enough to take it.

The future is under attack, and Jack Bowman is the only man who can save it.

He must endure. He must succeed. He must rebuild.

Warning: This story contains adult situations, coarse language, and other fun things. Read at your own risk.

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  • Bryan S Guzman
  • 09-04-19

disappointing but not bad

well our hero is back with his two lovely ladies and picks up even more members to his harem however I was not thrilled with this sequel to what was a fairly good post-apocalyptic Syfy Harem thing it's basically the same thing as the first one but less interesting the new girls are both Nice and likeable and if not for the woman in a refrigerator moment at the end I would have been much happier

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  • JK
  • 09-07-19

Fantastic!

I'm really enjoying this series. The main character is cool, the women have plenty of backbone, and the love scenes are well written. Cendese has become my favourite narrator. He reads the stories with such character and keeps me listening when I'm normally distracted.