Fight for Power


      Fight for Power
As this apocalyptic trilogy hurtles to a chilling conclusion, Adam is pushed to the edge of his endurance and sanity.Adam has killed again It had to be done, part of him knows that, but murder changes a person It can certainly change a teenager who s already grown up too quickly, too harshly, in the wake of the catastrophic global blackout five months ago In the name of safety and survival, Adam and his neighbors have turned their middle American suburban neighborhood into a fortress, defending against countless enemies But what s lurking in the dark is a greater danger than ever before somebody who wants to destroy the neighborhood and Adam at any cost Soon, the hunted will have to become the hunter and Adam hates himself for what he will have to do Because sometimes even the dark is not cover enough for things that would never happen in the light. Best Download [ Fight for Power ] By [ Eric Walters ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Eric was born in Toronto in 1957, which makes him real old But, as Eric says, Just because I have to grow old doesn t mean that I have to grow up In his many roles as parent, teacher, social worker, youth sports coach and writer he is in constant contact with children and young adults He draws from these experiences and feels that this helps him to capture the realistic interaction between young people the conflicts, tensions, stresses and interests that make up their lives.Eric began his writing as a teacher He taught in classes from kindergarten up and his stories often reflect the curriculum that he was teaching He always read stories picture books and novels to his students and this helped him to understand what children liked, responded to, and were inspired by He enjoys the enthusiasm of his students and often looks at them to provide him with the inspiration to pursue a particular topic in both the classroom and in his writing.Eric tries to write every day When he has a story idea he starts with research This could involve reading books, watching a documentary, or trying to experience the things that his characters are going to go through This could include rock climbing or riding white water for STARS , spending time in a wheelchair Rebound , playing and walking with tigers Tiger By The Tail , hanging around a tough biker bar Diamonds in the Rough , standing out in his backyard in a blizzard wearing a T shirt and shorts Trapped In Ice , or traveling to Africa Alexandria of Africa The most important thing anybody ever told me about writing was to write what you knowand the only way to get to know things is to do your homework and research before you write, Eric stated.Once the writing begins the story is always playing around in his head He takes any opportunity, even if it s just a few minutes between presentations, to put things down, either with pen and paper or on his laptop.Prior to entering teaching and writing Eric was a social worker B.S.W., M.S.W., B.A.Hons specialized major psychology He worked in a variety of settings including child welfare, private practice, a mental health centre, and, for twenty years on a part time basis as a Crisis Social Worker in an emergency department He stopped teaching 4 years ago and left the ER only last year.The majority of Eric s time is spent in the company of his wife, children and dogs Lola a big standard poodle and a little white dog named Winnie The Poodle.

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Fight for Power
  • Eric Walters
  • English
  • 05 August 2017
  • 0374301794

10 thoughts on “ Fight for Power

  1. says:

    For those of you who want to see my previous review of Book 1, you can find it.But for my thoughts on book 2 In many ways, I liked itthan the first one The book picks up right where no 1 left off in the very same scene, in fact It s shortly after this that one of the major upsides of this book starts to show characters I wanted to seeof started to appear People like Lori, Brett and Todd all people the main character, Adam, knows spend a lotti For those of you who want to see my previous review of Book 1, you can find it.But for my thoughts on book 2 In many ways, I liked itthan the first one The book picks up right where no 1 left off in the very same scene, in fact It s shortly after this that one of the major upsides of this book starts to show characters I wanted to seeof started to appear People like Lori, Brett and Todd all people the main character, Adam, knows spend a lottime on stage then some others, which I appreciated and that s saying something from a person who LOVED the first book.Things also turn a little grittier in this book, which I m glad they showed in some ways, when the characters start really talking and getting face time with the ordinary townsfolk, the cracks in their society really begin to show Coupled with ominous lines delivered by some characters we ve looked up to up until now, this makes for a very realistic and unsettling atmosphere.There s alsocomedy in this book for fans of a certain well known TV show, you ll probably have a ha...

  2. says:

    In The Rule of Three, life as teenager Adam Daley knew it came to an abrupt halt when a virus crashed every computer and digital operated device in the world With the help of his next door neighbor, Herb, everyone i...

  3. says:

    I loved this book It is a continuation of the original book, but this one involves other variables that were previously unknown I think that the author did a very good job of starting up again right where he left off and making it perfect

  4. says:

    Well I wasn t going to read this one But because I m part of the blog tour, I thought I should And even though I did not like book one at all, I admit to being curious about this one, as I felt like book one ended way too soon Hmph I wish I could say I loved this book But I actually liked it less than book one Sad face.It just makes me so sad that I disliked these books But damn They were not for me Not at all I really wanted them both to be amazing, but for me, they were Well I wasn t going to read this one But because I m part of the blog tour, I thought I should And even though I did not like book one at all, I admit to being curious about this one, as I felt like book one ended way too soon Hmph I wish I could say I loved this book But I actually liked it less than book one Sad face.It just makes me so sad that I disliked these books But damn They were not for me Not at all I really wanted them both to be amazing, but for me, they were all kinds of awful I don t think there was anything I liked about this sequel Sort of sorry for my negative review, but I m going to be honest about it....

  5. says:

    The Rule of Three Fight For Power continues Eric Walters exciting survival adventure ten weeks after a global blackout The military force that threatened the neighborhood has been destroyed and lies in the valley below the bridge Even their base of operations has been deserted Afraid that the danger has not been eradicated, Herb, the ex CIA agent has stepped up Adam s flights in his ultralight and has Brett s team exploring and scavenging at night.But as the neighborhood conti The Rule of Three Fight For Power continues Eric Walters exciting survival adventure ten weeks after a global blackout The military force that threatened the neighborhood has been destroyed and lies in the valley below the bridge Even their base of operations has been deserted Afraid that the danger has not been eradicated, Herb, the ex CIA agent has stepped ...

  6. says:

    I received this book for free from Farrar, Straus and Giroux BYR in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review Genre Young Adult, Post Apocalyptic Rating 3.0 My Thoughts Fight for Power Rule of Three 2 is the sequel to The Rule of Three In fact, Fight for Power picks up right at the very same scene where Rule left off Fight for Power is told in the first person narrative by 16 year I received this book for free from Farrar, Straus and Giroux BYR in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review Genre Young Adult, Post Apocalyp...

  7. says:

    This book is a little bit better than the first I won t call it better since the first book is not good at all There is no major, as in BIG, happenings at all but small ones leading to a view spoiler betrayal hide spoiler I skip a lot of phrases that doesn t have dialogues since some are just describing how this happens and is written in one or two long paragraphs.The ending is the only part that interested me view spoiler This book is a litt...

  8. says:

    Very good sequel to Rule of Three Things are gettingdesperate as people make decisions to determine whether they will adapt or crumble in a world that has reverted back to the early 1900s No electricity, cell phones, Internet, computers A few even growsociopathic in their treatment of those around them One neighborhood bands together and brings people and resources together to maintain food, water, and essential human needs Other areas becomemilitant and lawless destroyi Very good sequel to Rule of Three Things are gettingdesperate as people make decisions to determine whether they will adapt or crumble in a world that has reverted back to the early 1900s No electricity, cell phones, Internet, computers A few even growsociopathic in their treatment of those aroun...

  9. says:

    it left me off right where the 1st book ended, which was very exciting and cool.Some important character will be a 16 year old Adam, who has an ultralight and they are just trying to survive and it is very thrilling They need to defend.I recommend this book because so ...

  10. says:

    I enjoyed the first book in this series, but I started to get bored with this second one and I couldn t make it past the first few chapters The dynamics of an EMP are so compelling, yet Fight for Power focuseson the war between neighboring factions than it does on the present apocalyptic event I really wanted to readabout the nuances of teenagers trying to survive life after an EMP, not teenagers in a world where adults make all the decisions and they just go with the flow And it s way I enjoyed the first book in this series, but I started to get bored with this second one and I couldn t make it past the first few chapters The dynamics of an EMP are so compelling, yet Fight for Power focuseson the war between neighboring factions than it does on the presen...

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