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Allegiance ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Allegiance By D.J. Molles ❤ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This is the fifth, never before published, novel in the action packed series following Special Forces Captain Lee Harden and a group of survivors struggling to survive while rebuilding an America deva This is the fifth, never before published, 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 turned % of the population into a ravenous horde.


10 thoughts on “Allegiance

  1. Trish Trish says:

    I started this series way back when it was a Kindle Deal of the Month onThe author was relatively unknown back then and it was cool to watch him going from zero to bestseller The problem for me I liked the beginningThis goes for him as an indie author with the covers designed by his talented wife and yes, he doesn t look too bad on those pictures either as well as for the story itself.It might be purely my own problem with such stories, especially about the zombie apocalypse, I started this series way back when it was a Kindle Deal of the Month onThe author was relatively unknown back then and it was cool to watch him going from zero to bestseller The problem for me I liked the beginningThis goes for him as an indie author with the covers designed by his talented wife and yes, he doesn t look too bad on those pictures either as well as for the story itself.It might be purely my own problem with such stories, especially about the zombie apocalypse, but at some point it gets too repetitive for me and I lose interest or investment in the characters The outbreak and mad scrambling might simply beinteresting than what most writers for movies and TV shows, too do with the aftermath when people try to establish some form of new normalcy and bring civilisation back.Where I was shell shocked when Bus and the others were killed by Jerry and all who sided with him, I m now only annoyed by all the constant backstabbing Lee, too, is getting on my nerves because all he does is bitching and whining in inner monologues about how he has to carry on while all he wants to do is rest This is a special forces soldier Granted, not a Marine which is pointed out in a funny way in this 5th novel but still special forcesabout that later I also understand that wear and tear from his various fights and encounters with the infected have left him physically tired on top of everything else but come on If nothing else, he could finally train the others up together with Brian, and then delegate.And it s not just Lee People I respected so far for how they managed the various crises are all of a sudden moping and bitching and whining or betraying their friends for no reason whatsoever Sure, some people would lose their shit but not all and not this late into the apocalypse I especially loathe when the old point is made again of the infected being people, too, so we shouldn t kill them rolls eyes Riiiiiight.Thus, we get a constant barrage of boo hoo this and boo hoo that and everyone s suffering is unique and nobody wants to take responsibility for anything Case in point what they did with that one guy who had sided with Jerry and survived Angela and Lee taking back the camp The people in the camp voted not to kill him because that would be wrong We re talking about a sadistic murderer who also knew every secret of the camp and who could therefore have and would have if you ask me gone to the enemy there are survivors who think they are warriors of god , raping teenage girls as well as adult women to bless them with their seed , thus threatening the security of Camp Ryder But they banished him from the camp equalling a death sentence but keeping their own hands clean bangs head against the wall Then there is the dragging out of the inevitable Like with the USMC showing up but only fiddling their thumbs Really Are you shitting me With that arsenal not just tanks but also planes they certainly wouldn t waste any time but blast the infected into oblivion faster than you can say Presidential Election and those sick shitheads along with them.As for Project Hometown that nobody in the chain of command knows about riiiiight , I wasthan unpleasantly surprised how wimpy they all were I mean, of course they are still human but soldiers trained SPECIFICALLY for such a scenario I know that not even the best plan survives first enemy contact, but even if we only look at their strategies here and how some of them react to physical torture uhm while I believe that eventually every human breaks under torture, I doubt a guy like the major would break that fast and innerly freak out the way he did even before the torture started At least I hope so.So not much happens in this book except for various groups talking to one another, some bridges finally being blown up most of them not even correctly , the horde coming nearer but there still not being a final battle,talking,inner monologues about how tortured the respective character is Thus, there were only a few moments throughout this book where I had either fun or was emotionally invested at all Namely when how view spoiler Wilson and Gil died hide spoiler Sadly, that is not enough though Unfortunately, I m also guessing that we won t really get a resolution to the big and weird questions posed since the 4th book since I heard there will be a sort of end to this series after book 6 but then the author will continue with kind of a spin off still with Lee as the MC Meh.Since I have this OCD regarding not DNFing a book and the inner urge to finish the series hoping against hope for some actual and satisfying ending , I ll read book 6 today but after that, I m done I really don t know what happened because I used to love the series and always looked forward to the next installment.P.S I kept imagining poor Deuce sitting there, watching all the humans and thinking to himself What the fuck did I do to deserve ending up with these morons


  2. Bradley Bradley says:

    Mil SF porn Maybe light on the SF andon the Mil Horror, but truth is truth It is porn Gunporn.At least this time we have less community strife and concentrate the strife on military action, intra military action, and even a bit with the tactics.Everything else, however, is only sporadic zombie action except when we deal with mass death stuff.Was this enjoyable Some Somewhatthan the last one The point is, I m enjoying my zombie action when it happens I m especially enjoying thi Mil SF porn Maybe light on the SF andon the Mil Horror, but truth is truth It is porn Gunporn.At least this time we have less community strife and concentrate the strife on military action, intra military action, and even a bit with the tactics.Everything else, however, is only sporadic zombie action except when we deal with mass death stuff.Was this enjoyable Some Somewhatthan the last one The point is, I m enjoying my zombie action when it happens I m especially enjoying this particular variant on the zombie myth Being alive,like 28 days later, babies even Evolving like resident evil You know, that kind of thing is awesome It brings me back to Night of the Living Dead series So yeah, I m still good to catch up with the series, but I can t say I m super thrilled with all the mil porn stuff sigh


  3. Susu Susu says:

    Another awesome installment Love this series One of my top 3 favorite zombie series.Unfortunately many of the other reviews are right Unless you read the last one right before this book, or have a ultra human memory getting into the story is confusing It took me a while to figure out who was who and what their background stories were I think I was on chapter 10 or 11 before I could keep them straight I feel like he needs to start these books with a previously on The Remaining recap j Another awesome installment Love this series One of my top 3 favorite zombie series.Unfortunately many of the other reviews are right Unless you read the last one right before this book, or have a ultra human memory getting into the story is confusing It took me a while to figure out who was who and what their background stories were I think I was on chapter 10 or 11 before I could keep them straight I feel like he needs to start these books with a previously on The Remaining recap just to catch us all up so we don t flounder through the first few chapters


  4. Hudson Hudson says:

    I dropped this book at 60% I loved this series but this book really dragged for me Too much politics and non zombie stuff not enough savagery and flesh ripping Still love Molles though, can t wait to see what s next.


  5. Jess Smith Jess Smith says:

    FINALLY I have been waiting so long for some answers to this series..I didn t get any though This series is still one of the best and I was so enthralled with the story I finished it in two days I m just personally disappointed that I now have to wait until July to read the final installment The characters and enemies and even the potential allies have all made their choices and now all stand on the sides you saw them drifting towards since the beginning and now its epic showdown time FINALLY I have been waiting so long for some answers to this series..I didn t get any though This series is still one of the best and I was so enthralled with the story I finished it in two days I m just personally disappointed that I now have to wait until July to read the final installment The characters and enemies and even the potential allies have all made their choices and now all stand on the sides you saw them drifting towards since the beginning and now its epic showdown time.I am jumping up and down with giddy excitement for the conclusion..don t fail me now D J Molles


  6. 11811 (Eleven) 11811 (Eleven) says:

    I m still enjoying it but I d like to see the series end on a high note, as in another book or two, tops Talented writer He should start something new 3.5


  7. Warhammer Grantham Warhammer Grantham says:

    Most of this book wasslogging through story development without a lot really happening In the year or so between when I finished the earlier books and Allegiance got published, I d forgotten every character except Lee Harden and maybe Marie I mean, not a lot happens in this book When my preordered copy of Allegiance finally showed up on my kindle, I was excited, I was so ready to read the action packed conclusion to The Remaining saga And now, it feels like I just slogged through a Most of this book wasslogging through story development without a lot really happening In the year or so between when I finished the earlier books and Allegiance got published, I d forgotten every character except Lee Harden and maybe Marie I mean, not a lot happens in this book When my preordered copy of Allegiance finally showed up on my kindle, I was excited, I was so ready to read the action packed conclusion to The Remaining saga And now, it feels like I just slogged through a whole book where the author is setting the stage for another novel NO SURPRISE, the author mentions there will be another book in the afterwords of Allegiance All your old characters that weren t killed are back LaRouche, and Lee Harden, and Tomlin, Angela Marie etc And this book basically just tries to catch us up on what all these characters are doing in their various encampments locations There s one or two serious action nail biting scenes, but everything else in this book just seems to be setting up plot development for the next book.Whatever I ve read this far I ll get the next book


  8. Eric Allen Eric Allen says:

    I can sum this book up in three words Generic Boring Bland.I enjoyed the first few books in this series, now it just seems as though the author is stretching things out simply for the sake of stretching things out This entire book really has no reason whatsoever to exist The plot and the characters are in almost the exact same place they were at the end as they were in the beginning You could probably skip this book when the next one comes out and not even notice the difference.


  9. Roland of Gilead Roland of Gilead says:

    It was still a great book, just the weakest entry of The Remaining series I will admit that it did feel like quite a bit of filler and overall, the majority of the book was a bit unnecessary That being said, there are still plenty of the trademark adrenaline pumping action sequences and naturally, plenty of our favorite characters being killed in all manner of gruesome ways We also got to learn a fewtidbits about Harden s backstory which is always a pleasure I honestly do not have a cl It was still a great book, just the weakest entry of The Remaining series I will admit that it did feel like quite a bit of filler and overall, the majority of the book was a bit unnecessary That being said, there are still plenty of the trademark adrenaline pumping action sequences and naturally, plenty of our favorite characters being killed in all manner of gruesome ways We also got to learn a fewtidbits about Harden s backstory which is always a pleasure I honestly do not have a clue as to how Molles intends to wrap up the series in the next book but I welcome it with open arms regardless


  10. Sara Sara says:

    I wish the author had done a better job of summarizing the plot up to the start of this book.There were so many characters, in so many different stories, that I had a hard time remembering who anyone was or what their back story was Made the story ies difficult to follow and care about.I abandoned the book 1 4 of the way through.Maybe if I had read the series all the way through, I would have had a different opinion.


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