The end is coming, are you ready?
A savage attack. Society at the end of its rope. The most dangerous city in America is now caught in an extinction-level event. Is the assault on Chicago a facet of military tech gone awry, or does this sudden spasm of violence signal a darker, more ominous future? In The Age of Embers, several paths will collide in the center of a post-apocalyptic nightmare of epic proportions.
Undercover DEA agent, Fiyero “Fire” Dimas, is drowning in problems: a soul-crushing job, an inadequate marriage and a teenage daughter with suitors of the worst kind. Then there’s the drug dealers he double-crossed, and the “incident” at his kids’ high school. With the added complication of an attack on the city, can Fiyero pull himself together long enough to salvage his work, put his family back together and avoid the storm headed his way?
Ciudad Juarez is a ferocious city where guns, drugs and human trafficking rule the land. Guatemalan born Eliana Gutierrez ventures into the heart of this perilous urban jungle in search of her kidnapped niece. In a locale as hostile as Juarez, Eliana will come face-to-face with a rancorous man who will either be her salvation, or her bitter end. Under the cover of all-out war, Eliana will risk everything for the child…
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Ryan Schow is the author of both The Last War series and the Swann series novels. He’s drawn to books, movies and TV featuring strong, capable women who are willing and able to go knuckle to knuckle with even the most formidable adversaries.
That said, the best characters are always rich with personality, but struggling under the weight of some internal strife. Sprinkle in a bit of chaos and muddy the waters between right and wrong, and to him you have a compelling tale. To Ryan, these kinds of impossible circumstances make for the best stories, and this is reflected in both his characters and the content of his novels.