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The Apocalypse Chronicles: Wall of a Thousand Tears

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3150. A world in turmoil. Wracked by the ravages of near constant warfare and natural disaster, the embattled populations of the surviving nations are clinging onto the last remnants of civilisation. The land of Echelon, once a proud and free country, has now fallen under the dark reign of a thousand presidents, each worse and more bloodthirsty than the last. Over eight hu ...more
Paperback, 376 pages
Published September 18th 2012 by Xlibris
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Robbie Quinn
Feb 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Whilst Julian Mok may have been just 14 when he began writing this book (or so the blurb tells me), he writes with the confidence of a far older man. The characters in his novel are both compelling and relatable. This is, however, perhaps not a book for the faint-hearted, with brutal violence awaiting on many pages. Don't be tricked in to thinking that this is a one dimensional book, however, as there is a healthy balance of action and gripping narrative. The story of this book, although semi-ar ...more
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Nov 23, 2013 rated it it was ok
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This review is cross-posted from Papyrus Independent Author Reviews (http://papyrus.calebblake.net/2013/12/21/wall-of-a-thousand-tears-by-julian-mok)

Dale Marshall is a US senator who receives top secret information about his government. Hunted by assassins, he flees to Cuba where he discovers the world he thought he knew was a lie. His life, declared forfeit, and his eyes opened by an unexpected revelation, Marshall finds himself drawn into escalating hostilities that can only lead to one thing
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