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  1. Rob Horner Rob Horner says:

    There's a freuently used meme in modern social programs Everyone makes fun of the redneck until the zombies attack Well there aren't any zombies here but the saying still holds trueThat's the beauty of this Post Apocalyptic survivalist seriesBill Arthur was your basic everyman something of a relic in today's politically correct and perennially offended society a guy with a few years under his belt and a good head on his shoulders His good old boy wisdom is the product of a strong work ethic a sound moral foundation an upbringing which included learning to shoot hunt and care for himself without needing an app for that and a generous helping of common senseWhen the world comes to a screeching halt thanks to the outbreak of a disease with a 95% mortality rate this is the guy you want in your corner focused on the day to day aspects of survival while keeping an eye to the future knowing if he can just gather enough people with the right skills perhaps something great can be born of the disasterBut for every Bill Arthur there are a thousand parasites Why build when you can steal? Why worry about tomorrow when you can have what you want today? Why develop trust when it's easier to rule with fear?Told in a diary fashion with Bill the grumpy narrator and grudging guide to a growing group of survivors The Morning Star is the first in a lengthy series A good combination of action adventure and vivid descriptions of a world crumbling to dust the book weaves these threads in with ideas of love and loss grief and joy and becomes something rare in the post apocalytpic genre a story of hope


  2. Alice Keyes Alice Keyes says:

    CW Hawes's book The Morning Star The Rochefort Saga #1 made me think of the uote by Socrates'sThe unexamined life is not worth livingThe post apocalyptic story has been told many different ways and I have read a good number of them I enjoyed the main character Bill Arthur Having an older main character was a nice twist and the way Bill gathers people and a wife does gives one hope for humanity This first book seems to be the start of a new world where Bill is working on survival first and then there are hints that he has plans to use steam technology as to not loose the knowledge the human race has acuired It is obvious the author and therefore his character is well read and uses philosophy and a variety of penned ideas as a way to mentor how he approaches daily problems of survival from other humans animals and rebuilding a conscience society I look forward to the next in the series


  3. R.H.Hale R.H.Hale says:

    It’s impossible for any of us to know what we’d do how we’d react or what we might become in times of crisis until we’re actually put in that situation Even the smartest most experienced people can make mistakes in tight spots under a split second’s decision maybe with disastrous conseuencesAnd this is at the best of times Now try imagining it in a post apocalyptic eraAll of the above and is what ‘The Morning Star’ teaches usFirst in The Rocheport Saga author CW Hawes follows the travels of survivor and widower Bill Arthur told in first person as he scrapes together every resource he can and explores the relationships he develops with a growing number of people on the way as they try to settle down in Rocheport where they hope to build a new life using what essential survival skills their fair pragmatic leader Bill can teach themReading this book one finds it very difficult not to ask themselves about how they might also behave in that situation; how tough strong or how valuable or not they may be to such a group reduced to living by primitive means Personally in such a ruthless dystopian world of gangs cannibalistic rapists and armed neighbours like the fanatical religious zealot ‘Jed’ living practically next door plus the inevitable absence of cigarettes chocolate deciding my general mood I’d much rather learn how to kill such threats before they kill me thanks This novel has reminded me I must dig out my SAS Survival in the Wild Book again because ‘The Morning Star’ is packed from start to finish with the practical means by which the protagonist acuires food water fuel weapons you name it It’s impossible not to be very impressed by Hawes’s wealth of knowledge in this areaLooking forward to reading from this author and how spoiler alert an impending war with this deranged Jed charmer pans out


  4. Lex Allen Lex Allen says:

    “Billions went to bed and billions never woke up” So begins this one of a kind post apocalyptic tale sans zombies or a clue to the source of the medical catastrophe and that’s uite alright Bill Arthur narrates his own story of survival in this brave new world where survivors are few and far between Those that have survived due primarily to their otherwise lazy and spoon fed existence are completely unprepared and incapable of fending for themselves much less anyone else Bill on the other hand is among the few that grew up and maintained a self sufficient lifestyle He is widely read and experienced in many of the tasks we take for granted; tasks and knowledge necessary to survive in a world that has relapsed to an era euivalent to the Middle Ages As the days pass new people join Bill’s group Most are helpful knowledgeable in specific areas that prove helpful to the group’s survival There are as always in life a few bad apples and the Reverend Jedidiah Powers is one of theseMy first read of CW Hawes will surely not be the last Authors of high caliber are most often well read life experienced and capableeager to undertake extensive research to maintain complete verisimilitude in fiction; for me a most important aspect of storytelling You can’t relate reality better than Hawes has in “The Morning Star” As this is the first book in a series there is a cliff hanger conclusion Hawes excels here too This first book in the series ends perfectly It wraps up the major plot lines presented to date and perfectly sets the stage for book two The Shining City I already have it


  5. Crispian Thurlborn Crispian Thurlborn says:

    The end of the world and its beginningThe Rocheport Saga is a deeply entertaining and thought provoking end of the world series written by CW Hawes the talented author of 'Justinia Wright' series and the 'Pierce Mostyn Investigations'Whilst there are no walking dead apocalyptic flesh eating plagues or unrelenting cybernetic machines to contend with the true horror lies in what we ourselves often become when faced with the end Mankind is the true horror hereCW Hawes post apocalyptic vision is one that will appeal to all those that have wondered 'What If?' Could you survive in a world without the trappings so many rely upon today? Would you know what to do without Google or Wikipedia?Through the protagonist Bill Arthur CW Hawes not only tells us a story of survival and hope but also provides us with the blueprint to rebuilding all that was lost and perhaps make better the second time aroundThe cast of the story is well rounded providing someone for everybody to either love or hate To some extent the story has a touch of Terry Nation's 'Survivors' about it All in all 'The Morning Star' indeed the whole of the 'Rocheport Saga' provides a breath of fresh air to a genre saturated with zombiesThis is perhaps the one series of books you want to have in print kept somewhere close to hand or tucked in amongst your desert island discs for that moment when the end of the world finally knocks on your door CW Hawes may very well save your life and tell you a story while he's at itThe end of the world it's coming


  6. Richard Schwindt Richard Schwindt says:

    Let me confess up front; I don’t like post apocalyptic fiction But I do like the writing of CW Hawes So I had to overcome some bias in order to buy this book in the first place I’m glad I did It may be the best thing I have read among his books; a taut well conceived gripping page turner I don’t use those reviewer’s cliché’s lightly This is a terrific book If most of the population died suddenly what would happen; no really what would actually happen as the electrical infrastructure failed; as farms homes and hospitals were left untended Who would survive and who would thrive? Bill Arthur is probably a pretty decent man who has to do some pretty harsh things in an increasingly violent and desperate society And yet he has the skills and temperament to succeed Hawes has clearly worked hard visioning how people would act; how they might respond to these circumstances His genius in this book is showing the lengths to which people might go to continue living even while keeping Arthur’s humanity and desire to build community alive As a side note his development of a host of minor characters really brings the story to life Highly recommended with your last bottle of wine and suirrel stew


  7. Victoria Vorel Victoria Vorel says:

    I've never read this author before Now I'm under his spell Such was the magnitude of the impact I've experienced by reading CW Hawes' book It's amazing the way the characters become so vivid I hope to have Bill close when That Day arrives and I have no doubt it will Why? because everything makes sense It's not a crazy story of the End of the World It's exactly what you need to know what you need to consider and what you need to avoid when I was delighted by each reference this so cultured man made I enjoyed every aspect of this book 3481 this number I can make a bet is real


  8. Jeff DeMarco Jeff DeMarco says:

    Often times the concern with prepper fiction is that the main character becomes nothing than a mouthpiece for discussing survival tactics This is surely not the case with CW’s The Morning Star The plot and character development are expertly woven into a journal entry type narrative incorporating survival techniues and a strong morality to this work This is a uniue contribution to the post apocalyptic genre which I recommend not only as a great summer read but also a great anytime read Well done


  9. Alexander Pain Alexander Pain says:

    If you are looking for a thoughtful addition to the apocalyptic fiction genre the Rocheport Saga is definitely it It's an excellent read that I enjoyed very much


  10. Alice Keyes Alice Keyes says:

    CW Hawes's book The Morning Star The Rochefort Saga #1 made me think of the uote by Socrates'sThe unexamined life is not worth livingThe post apocalyptic story has been told many different ways and I have read a good number of them I enjoyed the main character Bill Arthur Having an older main character was a nice twist and the way Bill gathers people and a wife does gives one hope for humanity This first book seems to be the start of a new world where Bill is working on survival first and then there are hints that he has plans to use steam technology as to not loose the knowledge the human race has acuired It is obvious the author and therefore his character is well read and uses philosophy and a variety of penned ideas as a way to mentor how he approaches daily problems of survival from other humans animals and rebuilding a conscience society I look forward to the next in the series


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The Morning Star The Rocheport Saga #1 [Download] ➵ The Morning Star The Rocheport Saga #1 ➾ C.W. Hawes – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk What would you do if you woke one morning and found almost everyone you knew dead Your spouse significant other children parents siblings neighbors What if when you went out from your neighborhood you Star The PDF ↠ What Star The Rocheport Saga PDF or would you do if you woke one morning and found almost everyone you knew dead Your spouse significant other children parents siblings neighbors What if when you went out from your neighborhood you found out almost everyone everywhere was deadMost of us don’t have a clue how to survive if stranded in a wilderness let alone try to survive when most Morning Star The Rocheport Saga PDF/EPUB or of those we meet may try to kill The Morning Epub / us For Bill Arthur this was the reality he woke up to one September morningIn “The Morning Star” we follow Bill Arthur on his uest to survive in a lawless land and lay the foundation for a new world where his fellow survivors and nature are all too often against him We follow him on his journey to find a place to call home follow him as he runs across three Morning Star The ePUB ☆ people with whom he shares his dream and who are willing to throw their lot in with him and make his dream theirs“The Morning Star” is a post apocalyptic tale of what is possible if we only dare to dream.

10 thoughts on “The Morning Star The Rocheport Saga #1

  1. Rob Horner Rob Horner says:

    There's a freuently used meme in modern social programs Everyone makes fun of the redneck until the zombies attack Well there aren't any zombies here but the saying still holds trueThat's the beauty of this Post Apocalyptic survivalist seriesBill Arthur was your basic everyman something of a relic in today's politically correct and perennially offended society a guy with a few years under his belt and a good head on his shoulders His good old boy wisdom is the product of a strong work ethic a sound moral foundation an upbringing which included learning to shoot hunt and care for himself without needing an app for that and a generous helping of common senseWhen the world comes to a screeching halt thanks to the outbreak of a disease with a 95% mortality rate this is the guy you want in your corner focused on the day to day aspects of survival while keeping an eye to the future knowing if he can just gather enough people with the right skills perhaps something great can be born of the disasterBut for every Bill Arthur there are a thousand parasites Why build when you can steal? Why worry about tomorrow when you can have what you want today? Why develop trust when it's easier to rule with fear?Told in a diary fashion with Bill the grumpy narrator and grudging guide to a growing group of survivors The Morning Star is the first in a lengthy series A good combination of action adventure and vivid descriptions of a world crumbling to dust the book weaves these threads in with ideas of love and loss grief and joy and becomes something rare in the post apocalytpic genre a story of hope

  2. Alice Keyes Alice Keyes says:

    CW Hawes's book The Morning Star The Rochefort Saga #1 made me think of the uote by Socrates'sThe unexamined life is not worth livingThe post apocalyptic story has been told many different ways and I have read a good number of them I enjoyed the main character Bill Arthur Having an older main character was a nice twist and the way Bill gathers people and a wife does gives one hope for humanity This first book seems to be the start of a new world where Bill is working on survival first and then there are hints that he has plans to use steam technology as to not loose the knowledge the human race has acuired It is obvious the author and therefore his character is well read and uses philosophy and a variety of penned ideas as a way to mentor how he approaches daily problems of survival from other humans animals and rebuilding a conscience society I look forward to the next in the series

  3. R.H.Hale R.H.Hale says:

    It’s impossible for any of us to know what we’d do how we’d react or what we might become in times of crisis until we’re actually put in that situation Even the smartest most experienced people can make mistakes in tight spots under a split second’s decision maybe with disastrous conseuencesAnd this is at the best of times Now try imagining it in a post apocalyptic eraAll of the above and is what ‘The Morning Star’ teaches usFirst in The Rocheport Saga author CW Hawes follows the travels of survivor and widower Bill Arthur told in first person as he scrapes together every resource he can and explores the relationships he develops with a growing number of people on the way as they try to settle down in Rocheport where they hope to build a new life using what essential survival skills their fair pragmatic leader Bill can teach themReading this book one finds it very difficult not to ask themselves about how they might also behave in that situation; how tough strong or how valuable or not they may be to such a group reduced to living by primitive means Personally in such a ruthless dystopian world of gangs cannibalistic rapists and armed neighbours like the fanatical religious zealot ‘Jed’ living practically next door plus the inevitable absence of cigarettes chocolate deciding my general mood I’d much rather learn how to kill such threats before they kill me thanks This novel has reminded me I must dig out my SAS Survival in the Wild Book again because ‘The Morning Star’ is packed from start to finish with the practical means by which the protagonist acuires food water fuel weapons you name it It’s impossible not to be very impressed by Hawes’s wealth of knowledge in this areaLooking forward to reading from this author and how spoiler alert an impending war with this deranged Jed charmer pans out

  4. Lex Allen Lex Allen says:

    “Billions went to bed and billions never woke up” So begins this one of a kind post apocalyptic tale sans zombies or a clue to the source of the medical catastrophe and that’s uite alright Bill Arthur narrates his own story of survival in this brave new world where survivors are few and far between Those that have survived due primarily to their otherwise lazy and spoon fed existence are completely unprepared and incapable of fending for themselves much less anyone else Bill on the other hand is among the few that grew up and maintained a self sufficient lifestyle He is widely read and experienced in many of the tasks we take for granted; tasks and knowledge necessary to survive in a world that has relapsed to an era euivalent to the Middle Ages As the days pass new people join Bill’s group Most are helpful knowledgeable in specific areas that prove helpful to the group’s survival There are as always in life a few bad apples and the Reverend Jedidiah Powers is one of theseMy first read of CW Hawes will surely not be the last Authors of high caliber are most often well read life experienced and capableeager to undertake extensive research to maintain complete verisimilitude in fiction; for me a most important aspect of storytelling You can’t relate reality better than Hawes has in “The Morning Star” As this is the first book in a series there is a cliff hanger conclusion Hawes excels here too This first book in the series ends perfectly It wraps up the major plot lines presented to date and perfectly sets the stage for book two The Shining City I already have it

  5. Crispian Thurlborn Crispian Thurlborn says:

    The end of the world and its beginningThe Rocheport Saga is a deeply entertaining and thought provoking end of the world series written by CW Hawes the talented author of 'Justinia Wright' series and the 'Pierce Mostyn Investigations'Whilst there are no walking dead apocalyptic flesh eating plagues or unrelenting cybernetic machines to contend with the true horror lies in what we ourselves often become when faced with the end Mankind is the true horror hereCW Hawes post apocalyptic vision is one that will appeal to all those that have wondered 'What If?' Could you survive in a world without the trappings so many rely upon today? Would you know what to do without Google or Wikipedia?Through the protagonist Bill Arthur CW Hawes not only tells us a story of survival and hope but also provides us with the blueprint to rebuilding all that was lost and perhaps make better the second time aroundThe cast of the story is well rounded providing someone for everybody to either love or hate To some extent the story has a touch of Terry Nation's 'Survivors' about it All in all 'The Morning Star' indeed the whole of the 'Rocheport Saga' provides a breath of fresh air to a genre saturated with zombiesThis is perhaps the one series of books you want to have in print kept somewhere close to hand or tucked in amongst your desert island discs for that moment when the end of the world finally knocks on your door CW Hawes may very well save your life and tell you a story while he's at itThe end of the world it's coming

  6. Richard Schwindt Richard Schwindt says:

    Let me confess up front; I don’t like post apocalyptic fiction But I do like the writing of CW Hawes So I had to overcome some bias in order to buy this book in the first place I’m glad I did It may be the best thing I have read among his books; a taut well conceived gripping page turner I don’t use those reviewer’s cliché’s lightly This is a terrific book If most of the population died suddenly what would happen; no really what would actually happen as the electrical infrastructure failed; as farms homes and hospitals were left untended Who would survive and who would thrive? Bill Arthur is probably a pretty decent man who has to do some pretty harsh things in an increasingly violent and desperate society And yet he has the skills and temperament to succeed Hawes has clearly worked hard visioning how people would act; how they might respond to these circumstances His genius in this book is showing the lengths to which people might go to continue living even while keeping Arthur’s humanity and desire to build community alive As a side note his development of a host of minor characters really brings the story to life Highly recommended with your last bottle of wine and suirrel stew

  7. Victoria Vorel Victoria Vorel says:

    I've never read this author before Now I'm under his spell Such was the magnitude of the impact I've experienced by reading CW Hawes' book It's amazing the way the characters become so vivid I hope to have Bill close when That Day arrives and I have no doubt it will Why? because everything makes sense It's not a crazy story of the End of the World It's exactly what you need to know what you need to consider and what you need to avoid when I was delighted by each reference this so cultured man made I enjoyed every aspect of this book 3481 this number I can make a bet is real

  8. Jeff DeMarco Jeff DeMarco says:

    Often times the concern with prepper fiction is that the main character becomes nothing than a mouthpiece for discussing survival tactics This is surely not the case with CW’s The Morning Star The plot and character development are expertly woven into a journal entry type narrative incorporating survival techniues and a strong morality to this work This is a uniue contribution to the post apocalyptic genre which I recommend not only as a great summer read but also a great anytime read Well done

  9. Alexander Pain Alexander Pain says:

    If you are looking for a thoughtful addition to the apocalyptic fiction genre the Rocheport Saga is definitely it It's an excellent read that I enjoyed very much

  10. Alice Keyes Alice Keyes says:

    CW Hawes's book The Morning Star The Rochefort Saga #1 made me think of the uote by Socrates'sThe unexamined life is not worth livingThe post apocalyptic story has been told many different ways and I have read a good number of them I enjoyed the main character Bill Arthur Having an older main character was a nice twist and the way Bill gathers people and a wife does gives one hope for humanity This first book seems to be the start of a new world where Bill is working on survival first and then there are hints that he has plans to use steam technology as to not loose the knowledge the human race has acuired It is obvious the author and therefore his character is well read and uses philosophy and a variety of penned ideas as a way to mentor how he approaches daily problems of survival from other humans animals and rebuilding a conscience society I look forward to the next in the series

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