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Quake: Aftershock

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State Of Emergency

In the third electrifying installment of Jack Douglas’s six-part Quake, a series of aftershocks transform New York City from a high-risk disaster zone—into hell on earth …

It happened so fast. The earth trembling, buildings falling, civilization collapsing in a matter of moments. But once survivors began to emerge from the rubble, U.S. Attorney Nick Dykstr

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Kindle Edition, 58 pages
Published by Pinnacle Books (first published January 1st 2014)
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Jul 03, 2014 Kelly rated it it was amazing
I am really enjoying reading each new instalment every week. They are short enough to read in a couple of hours but long enough to get you invested in the story and characters...a lot like a TV show, it's a fun and interesting way of doing it. The writing really is superb, definitely give them a try.
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