Uprising: Book 2 in the After the Fall Series

(5 customer reviews)

All Jason wanted to do was live in peace with his new family. Unfortunately events wouldn’t allow him that luxury.
After the EMP attack Jason had gone off to the mountains, discovered a woman and her two daughters who needed help, and got himself adopted into the family. They had fought off marauding gangs to secure their safety, but a new threat now loomed on the horizon.
Hillsboro, the nearest city, is run by a tough criminal who has the town under his brutal control. He can’t allow Jason to be a rallying figure for those who oppose his rule. Jason and the farmers who stand with him represent an attractive, freer alternative to his dictatorial authority.
In this sequel to the #1 Best Seller, “After the Fall: Jason’s Tale”, the story continues with Jason and his family reluctantly drawn into the struggle to free Hillsboro from the clutches of the gangster. Will he find the help he needs to combat a larger, more organized enemy?
If you enjoyed “Jason’s Tale”, you’ll want to read this rich narrative of the continuing efforts to restructure society after an EMP attack cripples the U.S.


‎ B07N2ZQC8T

Publication date ‏

‎ January 23, 2019

Language ‏

‎ English

File size ‏

‎ 5448 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 ‏

‎ 367 pages

5 reviews for Uprising: Book 2 in the After the Fall Series

  1. Nico Bezuidenhout

    Brilliant storytellingI’m a true covert to David Nees’s fruits of the pen. Looking forward to the next experience. Hope it will follow suit.

  2. Jimmy C

    Catherine Grows UpWhat a great story. The valley and the town of Hillsboro interact, first in a good way then very badly. Evil men and power hungry men do not make good neighbors to people who only want to live and let live. Jason and his Valley group want to help Hillsboro, but evil men who enslave people, want no part of their freedom living life. So, conflict ensues. That is the novel in a nut shell. The story is told this time with an emphasis on Catherine becoming a woman and a new cog in the world after the EMP . Mr Nees does a great job of storytelling and developing his main characters, as well as introducing some new plots and protagonists. Ever since the written story of the settlement of Catan, I have searched for stories to compare with that and the After the Fall series has done an excellent job of filling my need for additional stories of settlement building; thanks. Hope you enjoy this book as much as I have.

  3. harry riley

    Another great book from this author read six of his self are all excellentThis is a new series that he is introduced a little bit different from his first series which Focus pretty much on one individual this focus is on an event that takes place in the country where all powers wiped out and people have to fend for themselves in a rural environment of survival of the fittest the book is well-written although the idea is far-fetched the way he presents it is totally believable and away and it’s usually his characters or a complex but yet not phony or shallow sorry I urge others to look into this author he’s very good

  4. Joyce Omohundro

    very realistic and insightfulThe uprising is a good lesson and parable about the price we pay if we fail to be vigilant and stand up when our freedoms begin to erode. Very applicable for any time not just a post- apocalyptic future. It is also an interesting and well told story.

  5. godfrey nicholson

    Good readGood read

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