Islands of Rage and Hope - John Ringo

Islands of Rage and Hope

By John Ringo

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-07-16
  • Book Genre: Science Fiction
  • Author: John Ringo
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 151 Ratings)

Islands of Rage and Hope John Ringo read online review & book description:

Book 3 in the Black Tide Riding Series. Sequel to To Sail a Darkling Sea and Under a Graveyard Sky.

With the world consumed by a devastating plague that drives humans violently insane, what was once a band of desperate survivors bobbing on a dark Atlantic ocean has now become Wolf Squadron, the only hope for the salvation of the human race. Banding together with what remains of the U.S. Navy, Wolf Squadron, and its leader Steve Smith, not only plans to survive—he plans to retake the mainland from the infected, starting with North America. 

The next step: produce a vaccine. But for do that, Wolf Squadron forces led by Smith’s terrifyingly precocious daughters Sophia and Faith must venture into a sea of the infected to obtain and secure the needed materials. And if some of the rescued survivors turn out to be more than they seem, Smith just might be able to pull off his plan.

Once more, exhausted and redlining Wolf Squadron forces must throw themselves into battle, scouring the islands of the Atlantic for civilization's last hope.

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Posted Reviews

  • EEYARGH! *hack whack kerpow!*

    By medicmsh
    The third book in this series, it can be read as a stand-alone, though it's more fun if you've read the first two before this one. The story did drag a bit at the middle, but the Big Finish more than made up for it! Well-thought-out social philosophy, eloquently expressed through and with kukri- and Saiga-wielding zombie-fighting. Well worth the read!
  • OORAH!!

    By Citizenstat
    What an adventure! Ringo still delivers the goods!
  • Well transitioned story

    By Froody 2
    As boarding actions and close combat have become routine, John Ringo has managed to maintain tension by focusing on the girls becoming officers. He has also cashed in on a critical plot point in grand fashion to end the book. Neatly avoiding resolving everything, and likewise avoiding not resolving enough.

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