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No Man's World: Book II - Rupture

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Loved it! 😍

In a post-apocalyptic, radioactive Earth, the survivors, human and extraterrestrial both, come to terms with the new challenges of life.

Yet again, Adam Jordan delivers a book that coils around the reader and does not let go. This book is a highly intriguing sequel of the first one, and it expands on many topics and philosophies which were previously encountered.


The pace of the narrative is fast and pages swing past without the reader realizing how much this book flows as he or she reads.


New characters come into the forefront and prove their merit and wits at every turn, with survival again being the focal point on which all efforts converge.


I particularly enjoyed how Slugger basically becomes one of this book's main protagonists, because seeing his point of view was highly innovative and refreshing to me. The Huntress is also a figure that carries a lot of momentum and is very well constructed in the book.


All in all, this is an exquisite book filled with dilemmas and climactic bursts. I highly recommend it to fans of the post-apocalyptic genre.

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I have studied English and American literature for over six years, and I am currently completing a Master of Arts on English and American Studies. My studies include the ability of critical analysis of literary texts from different perspectives, adhering to different theories of reading.

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I am a Project Manager at an AI solutions company based in Glendale, CA. The job is great, but my true passion is writing. I have been writing ever since I could hold a pencil and put it to paper; whether it's fan fiction as a child, poetry and music as a teenager, and now novels as an adult. view profile

Published on August 01, 2020

40000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Worked with a Reedsy professional 🏆

Genre: Science Fiction

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