Escape: Part 1 of The Coup in the After the Fall series

(8 customer reviews)

The saga continues. Jason is taken prisoner and his world is turned into chaos. But those in power don’t realize that they are dealing with a man used to chaos. A man who knows how to use chaos to his advantage. With his focus on family first, community second, Jason now expands his concerns to the federal level as he finds himself embroiled in national political intrigue.


‎ B091V35YBT

Publisher ‏

‎ Edge Publishing (April 28, 2021)

Publication date ‏

‎ April 28, 2021

Language ‏

‎ English

File size ‏

‎ 4134 KB

Text-to-Speech ‏

‎ Enabled

Screen Reader ‏

‎ Supported

Enhanced typesetting ‏

‎ Enabled

X-Ray ‏

‎ Not Enabled

Word Wise ‏

‎ Enabled

Sticky notes ‏

‎ On Kindle Scribe

Print length ‏

‎ 379 pages

8 reviews for Escape: Part 1 of The Coup in the After the Fall series

  1. David Nees

    Continues a great story line with lots of actionJason continues his quest to protect his family. Now the government is the danger. Lots of great action.

  2. charles

    Post EMP Americans DividedThis is not just a local fight now. With a coup the country is unknowing set on a new agenda. Its all about power and take it from those less powerful. Till they took the one man who’s been fighting tyranny and oppression since the EMP changed the world.

  3. Dominic La Barbera

    Escape and !moreThis review is a preview for the next book. This story was provided all the suspense and could ask for. The only part I don’t like is the end cause it leaves you hanging to read the next book. I will be watching for the next one. I hope it comes quickly. Thanks for all the entertainment.

  4. E. Hairston

    I love David Nees books!I really like his character development & his writing style flows smoothly. It allows me to just relax , read, and form the “movie” of the story. Sometimes I have to set books aside awhile because they get too bogged down and lose my interest..that’s not the case with Nees’ books. Most of all I appreciate the lack of very unsavory things such as extreme evil cruelty & cannibalism. Sure these things will exist but it’s not necessary to fill chapters in details of such things.I can’t wait for Part 2 of The Coup!!

  5. MagikO

    Continuing a good story..The writing conveys a sense of urgency and forthrightness with the main characters. The main conflicts capture the readers interest and make the reader want to get into the story. Hard to put this book down as the saga continues…

  6. Tim

    Story stays goodJason’s story keeps being interesting. If you liked the other Jason books there’s no reason you wouldn’t like this. I’m not an author just a reader. Great book great author. Going to check out his Dan Stone stuff since I’m caught up on Jason’s books (for now).

  7. G. Kuyper

    New twist, the story continues.I had thought that this series was finished. Wow, what a pleasant surprise! Author Nees has breathed new life into his tale. Great story, easy read. This tale is full of action and a bit of a page turner. As this is part 1, Mr Nees please hurry with part 2.

  8. Austin D. Nixon

    Good actionJason continues to impress! Unfortunately he get captured by FEMA and then all hades breaks loose. Jason’s three cohorts try to rescue him. Then the action is relentless! Can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

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