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Escape to the Choccolocco Valley by Buck Hunter
Escape To The Choccolocco Valley By Buck Hunter
89 years after the world as we know it has ground to a halt through a violent cataclysm young Jedidiah Reuel is forced to flee his home in Georgia, heading west in this brand new series. Four books offered to date with roughly a new one each month.
Escape to the Choccolocco Valley is not a juvenile book, though the protagonist is a young boy. It’s a unique adventure series.
In Jed’s world folks have little understanding of how things used to be. The times are more akin to the roughest sort of pioneer life in very early America. The only infrastructure is what they make (or take) for themselves.
By singles, groups, and tribes, the people that inhabit the new world do the best they can. It’s worthwhile reading for fantasy lovers as well as survivalists and preppers. No zombies or space aliens. Rather the best and the worst of humanity. Suggested for those with maturity or 15 and up. It’s violent in places. It is the story of harsh, but promising times.
Thoroughly researched and extrapolated, the future which is brilliantly highlighted in the book is as near to reality and realistic as possible. It’s the new pioneer times in what used to be America with all the challenges, love, death, and adventure the reader could wish for. It’s a series with hope that you can really sink your heart into.
This the first book in the Survival Apocalypse series, Escape to the Choccolocco Valley is FREE.
Escape to the Choccolocco Valley