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Scourge of an Agnostic God by Michael Juge
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Aug 22, 2011

it was amazing
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Read from September 12 to 14, 2011

Scourge of an Agnostic God by Michael Juge is a refreshing twist on the post apocalyptic genre. No zombie apocalypse, no nuclear winter. The event causing the downfall is referred to as "The Shift." Since there is no major war to destroy all the buildings the focus of the book is on how the people react when order breaks down.

I found most of the characters enjoyable though at the beginning I was a bit hesitant about Chris. The book does have the gangs and lawlessness you would expect from a society that has absolutely no governing body and people who have access to firearms begin to take the power. Several communities are formed that band together to help each other survive through difficult times ahead.

This is a series that I will continue to follow.

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