Thursday, September 29, 2016

Joe Reyes

Featuring The Prodigal Son by Joe Reyes ...

A good man will most likely remain a good man when faced with adversity but a bad man will find it the perfect opportunity to rise to the top. Find out which type of man is inside Cortez when you read The Prodigal Son. His story continues in Aftermath the debut novel by Joe Reyes.

Cortez's story is FREE on  Download a copy in your preferred format today and if you like it get Aftermath on amazon to know what happens next.

The Prodigal Son

Joe Reyes

Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Apocalyptic

Published: Aug. 09, 2016
Words: 1,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370974276

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Joe Reyes

Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Post-Apocalyptic, Suspense, Thriller

Publisher: Wasteland Press (May 4, 2016)
Publication Date: May 4, 2016
Print Length: 284 pages
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English


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What was once the United States has become a savage post-apocalyptic environment where the worst of the worst prosper and the remaining good hide.

Seven characters in different parts of the United States must adapt to this new environment. The “fight or flight” mentality plays into the story, as the nation is divided into factions fighting for control of the country. The government is outnumbered, outgunned, and forced into hiding as well to recoup their forces.

The novel pits these characters, the elements, and each other with lives intertwining on opposite sides of the war effort. One character's quest for revenge could jeopardize not only the war outcome but the reshaping of the entire nation.

What these characters don't realize, is the terrifying evil making its way across the ocean.
Mr. Reyes was a guest on the Blog Talk Radio show, "Other Worlds of Romance" and we have the recording here! Listen to a chapter from his debut novel Aftermath.

Listen to an EXCERPT here: AFTERMATH

Author Bio

Joe Reyes has never been afraid to go for what he wants in life. His goal is to be a full-time published author and is taking all the steps necessary to make that dream a reality. He hates when he hears about people who give up on their dreams.

His writing style is fast paced. When he wrote his novel Aftermath, he wanted it to feel like a television show. Joe doesn’t like boring descriptions. He finds filler scenes to be a book killer and makes sure that every chapter has an immediate purpose or a purpose later on.



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