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Eden's Warriors (A Distant Eden #4)

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Four years after a massive solar storm knocked out the world's power grids Adrian Hunter is off on another adventure. He has heard that the US Navy may have docked some ships at Corpus Christi, so he saddles up and heads that way. Before he gets there he unintentionally rescures several girls, and has no idea how to get rid of them, so he does what comes naturally and trai...more
Kindle Edition, 268 pages
Published April 15th 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published April 3rd 2013)
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Karen Black
I thoroughly enjoyed Adrian's adventures and the Distant Eden Series. The main characters, though borderline super-heros on occasion (that's fine; it's a story) are well developed, with an absolute sense of individuality. I loved the girls, who certainly learned quickly and became proficient in no time, due, of course to unparallelled leadership! If you are a fan of post apocalyptic novels, where the good guys ultimately prevail (more or less), Lloyd Tackitt won't disappoint.
Mike Nemeth
In his fourth installment of the "Distant Eden" series, author Lloyd Tackitt takes on a larger scope of the problems facing the United States after a solar storm knocked out most electronics and much of organized civilization. His hero Adrian Hunter heads south in Texas to find out the truth behind rumors that the Navy has restarted refineries. His mission: to see if he can help and bring about some positive change for his community and even state. What he finds is a brothel run by some low-life...more
Bob Clarkson
Better read than many "Apocalyptic" books, but written to a high school audience.

I may be prejudiced because I am retired military and have been told I have
"Sir Lancelot" syndrome (LOL).
Patrick A Terpening
A good story

As a citizen of the republic with three native born citizen, I really enjoyed the book. There were some spelling errors but a really good story.
Brad T.
I love this series. I think I enjoyed this one more than any of the others. I would love to see this series made into a movie.
Jim
This is a very good series to read.
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