Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors

Genre: Action Adventure, Dystopian and Futuristic, Humour, Sci-fi

For Fans Of

Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams

Book Summary

The end of the world as you've never known it. Life has been relatively normal for the people of New Hope since the apocalypse. To date the biggest problems have been super smart bears and finding a short stop for the town’s kickball team.

But, now an army of savage raiders is threatening their safety and they must turn to a wandering warrior to protect them. They need someone who can protect them. Someone who can fight. Someone who understands the ways of the wasteland.

Two such men have offered their services. One has been invited to stay and help. The other has been sent back into the post-apocalyptic world. Did they choose the right man for the job?

Find out in Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, the fast-paced action and adventure novel that’s been called part Mad Max and part Monty Python.


If Douglas Adams wrote the Road Warrior, or something like that. - Kindle reviewer

The Terry Pratchett of post-apocalyptic fiction.. - Kindle reviewer

Mix: One part Shaun of the Dead, One part Monty Python humor, One part Fallout 3
- Kindle reviewer

Apocalyptically absurd. - Kindle reviewer

Mad Max meets Monty Python - Kindle reviewer

Get it. You'll love it. Especially if you likethings like Road Warrior, Evil Dead Trilogy, Hitchhiker's Guide, GoodOmens, and other works of that nature.  - Kindle reviewer

It is possibly the funniest book since the Hitchhiker's series. - Kindle reviewer

Well written tale Monty python style. I loved every word of it - Kindle reviewer

The author gives a Douglas Adams slant to the end of the world that had me laughing to myself as I read. - Kindle reviewer

About the Author

Benjamin Wallace is the bestselling author of Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, the Everyday Crap series and other nonsense.

He lives in Dallas, Texas where he complains about the heat–a lot.

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