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Extinction [PDF] ✓ Extinction By D.J. Molles – Buyprobolan50.co.uk This is the sixth and final novel in the action packed series following Special Forces captain Lee Harden and a group of survivors struggling to survive while rebuilding an America devastated by a bac This is the sixth and final novel in the action packed series following Special Forces captain Lee Harden and a group of survivors struggling to survive while rebuilding an America devastated by a bacterium that has turnedpercent of the population into a ravenous hordeThe merciless tide of infected is flooding south, and time is running out to stop them Bolstered by new allies, Captain Lee Harden continues his struggle to establish a safe haven from which the embers of a shattered society can be rekindledThis is the sixth and final novel in D J Molles bestselling series Book One The RemainingBook Two AftermathBook Three RefugeesBook Tour FracturedBook Five AllegianceBook Six Extinction.


10 thoughts on “Extinction

  1. Trish Trish says:

    So this is the end Hmmm Probably better this way.As already mentioned at the beginning of my review for the previous penultimate novel of this series, I used to be a fan Then the indie author got a deal with a publisher and not only the gorgeous covers of the books changed after that, sadly It s as if he was compelled to stretch the story as much as possible or even take another direction altogether which would explain him ending the series here and re starting it, still with Lee as the M So this is the end Hmmm Probably better this way.As already mentioned at the beginning of my review for the previous penultimate novel of this series, I used to be a fan Then the indie author got a deal with a publisher and not only the gorgeous covers of the books changed after that, sadly It s as if he was compelled to stretch the story as much as possible or even take another direction altogether which would explain him ending the series here and re starting it, still with Lee as the MC in a kind of spin off series scratches head Sadly, Mr Molles will never get to tell me what all the pregnant infected zombies mean, how it is scientifically possible, why it is happening or any of the other stuff hinted at that wasn t resolved in the 6 books I ve read probably done to keep readers interested enough to start the spin off series The reason is simple and yet sad I m tired Tired of everyone whining, tired of the same things happening over and over again Yes, people usually repeat their mistakes but do I need to read about that all the time Besides, one conflict in this series seems to be going down pretty much like the next and not even the special forces guys adept accordingly New people arrive, people are wary of one another, then they gain each others trust following which one side betrays the other resulting in some dying rinse, repeat Even the way people betray or how they behave before that what they say, what they do was mostly the same.I have to admit that this last novel wasfast paced than the last Probably because there was less talking about our feelings and such nonsense However, maddeningly, people still needed to hold hands and sing kumbaya Lee still was torn up inside over the most normal stuff like killing Kyle whothan had it coming that confession scene I wanted to punch the wall The horde from the north is still coming because nothing was done in the previous book but now people at least kick into gear after wasting precious resources rolls eyes The point is it s not rocket science It s the zombie apocalypse so of course resources will dwindle and you need to conserve especially meds and ammo as well as fuel for planes and stuff If I can think of that, I m sure Marines and special forces guys should be able to as well sighs For anyone still caring about the characters and events, be warned there is no actual resolution here No real end in sight Though at least there finally is the battle with the Followers it was a loooong time coming The actual fighting was very good suspenseful, realistic but once again, I found myself no longer being too invested in whether or not certain people were going to survive or if the Followers won, continuing to rape minors and all the other shit they were doing The highlight was when view spoiler Sam and Abbey, of all people, got to kill that bitch of a nurse, Jenny, after she had completely lost her marbles because she couldn t handle the Greg situation resulting in her getting infected hide spoiler Sadly, not all on my list got what they deserved Anyway, after years of looking forward to the respective next installment and crying for Zeus in the first novel eventhan for Bus in the third, after hoping frantically that Deuce would survive yes, my heart was hitched to the dogs muchthan to any human but can you blame me , I m very sad that after such a strong start this petered out the way it did I had to almost force myself to finish the series thanks, OCD and that is kinda emotionally devastating


  2. Bradley Bradley says:

    I think this one was probably the second best of the 6 books I ll say the first was still best, but that s because a beginning is a very delicate time People get hurt so easily then And we don t have such an IMMENSE body count.But then we get to the 6th book and that s the main strength Two militaries and a HOARD of zombies Not quite a free for all, but the action takes place on many fronts I was getting tired of all the mil sf stuff, the automatic let s go there permission to be evil or I think this one was probably the second best of the 6 books I ll say the first was still best, but that s because a beginning is a very delicate time People get hurt so easily then And we don t have such an IMMENSE body count.But then we get to the 6th book and that s the main strength Two militaries and a HOARD of zombies Not quite a free for all, but the action takes place on many fronts I was getting tired of all the mil sf stuff, the automatic let s go there permission to be evil or at least try to feel fine with yourself as you getbrutal,deadly expedient,revengeful with every betrayal.There s a big lie going on here Yes, in reality, there are circumstances where doing the horrible thing can be justified, but DAMN almost all the fiction of today conflates those circumstances to absolutely insane degrees In reality, I can see 1 10,000 cases where it might be necessary compared to fiction.What is this This isn t really mil porn, is it No It s permission for readers to feel good about their own sociopathy We want to let loose and kill everyone who betrays us or hurts others, and screw law, civilization, or red tape We readers seem to scream foropportunities to just let loose with every animal instinct and or thirst for blood.I admit I feel the same On occasion But this general condoning and conflating is nuts It reads like we all should rally round our families with a pocket full of shells Damn all else And that s RIGHT, isn t it And every eye gets poked out lolI rant I know.Still, this was a very good end for the series No complaints It even had an up note and a positive message in the middle of the pile of crap


  3. Justin Justin says:

    This is one of my favorite series and even though this is end, there is plenty of room for the author to continue the saga of Captain harden and his group This a great series that answers all of the important questions by the end I enjoyed how it all ended While some of the events I saw coming, for the most part I was wondering what was going to happen next and it turned this book into a real page turner Great job Mr Molles and if on the small chance you read this review, PLEASE WRITE MORE This is one of my favorite series and even though this is end, there is plenty of room for the author to continue the saga of Captain harden and his group This a great series that answers all of the important questions by the end I enjoyed how it all ended While some of the events I saw coming, for the most part I was wondering what was going to happen next and it turned this book into a real page turner Great job Mr Molles and if on the small chance you read this review, PLEASE WRITE MORE I am not quite ready to say good bye to Lee Harden and the rest of the gang


  4. Aaron Aaron says:

    This book is well deserving of the five stars I gave it There are some extremely hard hitting passages in this book and some of them feel like textbook examples of emotive writing without alienating the reader Captain Harden continues what feels like a natural character progression throughout this book although it feels like he is almost cast off at the end It s nice to see almost all of the loose ends through the series get tied up in most cases quite neatly I would have liked to have read This book is well deserving of the five stars I gave it There are some extremely hard hitting passages in this book and some of them feel like textbook examples of emotive writing without alienating the reader Captain Harden continues what feels like a natural character progression throughout this book although it feels like he is almost cast off at the end It s nice to see almost all of the loose ends through the series get tied up in most cases quite neatly I would have liked to have readabout Claire Staley since that story line seemed like it got the legs cut out from it far too soon before being fobbed off to the epilogue I felt the way the Followers story was finished up to be quite satisfying though.The major gripe I have with this book is that the story of the greater world is not done It is left wide open for another book at a minimum, possibly even a whole follow on series and it kills me I wasn t exactly expecting a nice neat happily ever after from this book but the first novella made me think that part of the story was going to be explored in depth and concluded completely but instead you are left with a come what may The greater world has been fleshed out and you are left only wondering at what happens next D.J Molles please keep cranking out the books and I ll keep buying them


  5. Amanda Felix Amanda Felix says:

    I picked up the first book in the series as a filler until I could find something better Well turns out I didn t have to wait long, maybe 3 pages and it only got better with each installment Through out the series, our protagonist, Capt Lee Harden was one of several men in secret underground bunkers all around the country They are trained to emerge at a specific time when called upon to assist in the rebuilding of the nation in case catastrophic events brought it to its knees After several f I picked up the first book in the series as a filler until I could find something better Well turns out I didn t have to wait long, maybe 3 pages and it only got better with each installment Through out the series, our protagonist, Capt Lee Harden was one of several men in secret underground bunkers all around the country They are trained to emerge at a specific time when called upon to assist in the rebuilding of the nation in case catastrophic events brought it to its knees After several false alarms it happen, he just didn t expect it and certainly not the way they had anticipated The Omega Virus was released, creating crazed, rabid individuals who had no thought other than to kill an eat those that were not infected While not mindless Zombies, they were still less than human This was never in the books of what might happen, a pandemic of sorts maybe but not like this When he is cut off, unable to receive any transmissions from his contact, Lee emerges from the bunker albeit earlier than he should From the beginning Lee did his job, he helped people, protected them as best he could, kept them safe even when they were ungrateful, unkind and in many instances deceitful and treacherous He made friends and he lost them Some he came to trust, others he tolerated And always he is a soldier with a mission driven by duty to his country and to the remaining population, helping to defend against the hordes of infected and those who would do harm to others and take what they want When the very people he tried to help betray him, he is understandably angry, resentful and downright P.O d But even those he could deal with, and he does It is spoiler those that he has come to call family, the ones that call him traitor and send assassins to kill him that hurt the worst After being he is shot and left for dead a device entrusted to him to help the few desperate remaining is stolen from him Before he fully recovers he is captured by thugs who want what he does not have After a harrowing incident he escapes killing several of the thugs and infected He is still duty bound to complete his mission, protect and rebuild, but first must somehow recover the device and help the people that depend on him He is not superhuman by any means and most of the time, he only wishes for at least a couple of hours of sleep to regenerate but even that little respite is too often denied him.He continues and he perseveres because he must and your heart will break for him because he is willing to sacrifice himself, his emotions and all that he as a man is to do what he was trained to do fight for a people and a country he loves But with every loss, every deed Lee becomes the soldier that everyone should fear as he does the unthinkable, particularly when his friends are in danger He does find a few he can trust and will stand by him and that keeps him going not wanting to let them down D.J Molles is not afraid to kill off main characters and really I would be very surprised if he didn t, after all this is an apocalyptic series with well over 2 3 s of the worlds population turned into ravenous infected creatures Not to mention religious zealots, rapist, murders and misguided people that see the infected as just a group of highly misunderstood creatures that need to be protected And of course we have a self appointed President who is willing to sacrifice most of the population of what is left of the United States for his own gain While there are tense moments, in particular as a small group of survivors on a hospital roof are surrounded by hundreds of thousands infected, and when Lee, Sgt Tomlin and Nate are running through the woods ahead of a large group of infected, this installment deals mostly with what has become of humanity, where even those you think you know cannot be trusted and those you don t trust turn are the ones Lee entrust his life and the lives of those under his protection It is a battle to the end, against the hordes of infected and people that are determined to see this small group of survivors fall Is it the rebuilding of a nation with a revolution in the works Even that is unclear If this is the final installment, it leaves a lot of unanswered questions so maybe there will be one final book to give us the satisfaction that is sorely lacking in this ending And was that Sam and a progeny of Deuce patrolling, continuing.We can only hope


  6. Ned Frederick Ned Frederick says:

    Finally a Remaining book worth the investment Author D J Molles can write some excellent action adventure scenes and this concluding installment in The Remaining series is payback for all of us who suffered through the hundreds of pages of filler and pointless tangents that padded the middle books The Remaining Extinction is basically an excellent war novel told from the platoon level perspective with occasional glimpses of the big picture.


  7. Eric Eric says:

    Nice closure to the series, really enjoyed it as the finale.


  8. Ralph Wark Ralph Wark says:

    Great endingI ve read all 6 of D.J.Molles post apocalyptic series and enjoyed them all There is a glut of zombie apocalypse series out, I ve tried many, truly been impressed by a few my next book is the latest Awakening novel , and realized why I did or didn t like them They need a twist, here the secret government project to ensure civilization outlasts an apocalypse The second is the characters, Capt Lee Harnden kits part of Project Hometown, and slowly becomes a leader in the aftermath Great endingI ve read all 6 of D.J.Molles post apocalyptic series and enjoyed them all There is a glut of zombie apocalypse series out, I ve tried many, truly been impressed by a few my next book is the latest Awakening novel , and realized why I did or didn t like them They need a twist, here the secret government project to ensure civilization outlasts an apocalypse The second is the characters, Capt Lee Harnden kits part of Project Hometown, and slowly becomes a leader in the aftermath He is joined by comrades, people he s saved or saved him, and fights against a corrupt pseudo POTUS, a religious cult they always think they re so right , and Duke, a dog he saved All the characters are well written and believable, some are betrayed, some manipulate, others cower, and no one gets out unchanged You know, kinda like life I guess I like this because it s viable to me, the way I think things would go Religious zealots Check Military commanders, unsure of their allegiance Check Brave survivors Check Weasels Yup Truly bad people Uh huh Zombies Millions, but not the biggest plot point No, the biggest threat to man is man People die, some who deserve it, some who don t, just like life I like that the Spec Ops people aren t supermen, they are very good at what they do but they get messed up, mentally and physically Just like real life.So, like well written escape fiction You ll like this, get to know Lee, Angela, Abe, Devon, and Duke, the zombie sniffing guard dog You ll be glad you did


  9. Susu Susu says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Really Does everyone have to die I mean I get it, it s the zombie apocalypse, it s the final book in the series But still Come on, you re killing me here Finished the book now.What an intense ride I saw many other reviews of people complaining of the series not having an ending I thought the ending was brilliant Yes the story could have gone on, withresolutions and tie up all the loose ends But I think it ended at the right spot This will forever and always be one of my Really Does everyone have to die I mean I get it, it s the zombie apocalypse, it s the final book in the series But still Come on, you re killing me here Finished the book now.What an intense ride I saw many other reviews of people complaining of the series not having an ending I thought the ending was brilliant Yes the story could have gone on, withresolutions and tie up all the loose ends But I think it ended at the right spot This will forever and always be one of my favorite zombie series


  10. Rebecca Kennedy Rebecca Kennedy says:

    I love this series I have made it my mission to read all the zombie apocalypse novels that I find Out of the 80 books I have read in this area so far, this series is my favorite DJ Molles has written a series worth reading Even reading over and over again I would recommend this series of books even to those who do not necessarily like zombies or the apocalypse The books are full of heart, action, and the human connection It gives us something to think about who will we become if the end I love this series I have made it my mission to read all the zombie apocalypse novels that I find Out of the 80 books I have read in this area so far, this series is my favorite DJ Molles has written a series worth reading Even reading over and over again I would recommend this series of books even to those who do not necessarily like zombies or the apocalypse The books are full of heart, action, and the human connection It gives us something to think about who will we become if the end of the world was here Would you become a leader, a follower, a bad person, a good person, will you be someone who does what is necessary or what you want, will you protect strangers or kill them


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