Juggernaut #2020

Juggernaut By Amelia C. Gormley Juggernaut They helped destroy the world Now they have to survive the new one For rentboy Nico Fern ndez it s a simple job seduce a presidential advisor to help cement approval to launch Project Juggernaut He s
  • Title: Juggernaut
  • Author: Amelia C. Gormley
  • ISBN: 9781626492820
  • Page: 263
  • Format: ebook
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    Juggernaut By Amelia C. Gormley They helped destroy the world Now they have to survive the new one.For rentboy Nico Fern ndez, it s a simple job seduce a presidential advisor to help cement approval to launch Project Juggernaut He s done similar work for General Logan McClosky before, and manipulating people for his favorite client beats the hell out of being trafficked for slave wages in some corporaThey helped destroy the world Now they have to survive the new one.For rentboy Nico Fern ndez, it s a simple job seduce a presidential advisor to help cement approval to launch Project Juggernaut He s done similar work for General Logan McClosky before, and manipulating people for his favorite client beats the hell out of being trafficked for slave wages in some corporate brothel.Zach Houtman feels called to work with the most vulnerable outcasts of society But his father, the Reverend Maurice Houtman, insists that Zach work for him instead as he runs for Senate Zach reluctantly agrees, but is horrified to see his father leave behind Christ s mandate of love and mercy to preach malicious zealotry and violence instead Zach even starts to suspect his father is working with fundamentalist terrorists.When Project Juggernaut accidentally unleashes a deadly plague that claims billions of lives, Nico and Zach are thrown together, each bearing a burden of guilt With only each other for safety and solace, they must make their way through a new world, one where the handful of people left alive are willing to do anything and kill anyone to survive.
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    About “Amelia C. Gormley

    • Amelia C. Gormley

      Amelia C Gormley published her first short story in the school newspaper in the 4th grade, and since then has suffered the persistent delusion that enabling other people to hear the voices in her head might be a worthwhile endeavor She s even convinced her hapless spouse that it could be a lucrative one as well, especially when coupled with her real life interest in angst, kink, social justice issues, and pretty men.When her husband and son aren t interacting with the back of her head as she stares at the computer, they rely on her to feed them, maintain their domicile, and keep some semblance of order in their lives all very, very bad ideas they really should know better by now She can also be found playing video games and ranting on Tumblr, seeing as how she s one of those horrid social justice warriors out to destroy free speech, gaming, geek culture, and everything else that s fun everywhere.You can find her self published Impulse trilogy almost anywhere ebooks are sold, and check out her catalog of Riptide Publishing releases at their website NOTE If you are sending me a friends request just to try to promote your books to me or invite me to release events, I will unfriend and block you I don t use GoodReads to spam people and neither should you.

    284 thoughts on “Juggernaut

    • I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I really enjoyed this book, and it added so much to my understanding of the first book I really liked knowing what happened, and why, and the roles Nico and Zach played in events to come I liked seeing how events changed, and didn t change both characters I really appreciated the role Zach s faith played in his life especially after seeing how damaging faith could be in the hands of his father and brother The plot [...]

    • If there was one book that really stood out for me in 2014, it was Amelia C Gormley s Strain It was a masterpiece, with a very well written post apocalyptic setting, a romance that pushed my boundaries, and an in depth look at the extent to which humans will fall in order to survive So when I found out that their would be a prequel, I was over the moon Juggernaut , while very different from Strain, was a great prequel.This book begins a few months before the virus outbreak, and shows what Americ [...]

    • 4.5 starsOMG this book was so good I loved it way than Strain I definitely understand way While it s not a requirement to read this as a follow up, I highly recommend reading it It really makes your understand the events that happen in Strain This book introduces the end of the world that we know and two important people are introduced in the series Nico Zach Oh my goodness just thinking about them has me tearing up They are such a cute couple, but it takes alot for them to be together.The beg [...]

    • All the five stars on Prism Book Alliance So lemme tell you a story about this story Despite my absolute belief in, love of, and immense enjoyment from Strain, I didn t have automatic immediate buy in to this story This is a prequel, telling us how The Rot came to be as played out in book one I think I enjoyed this story even becauseI didn t experience the insta love Why Because it meant I experienced everything honestly, without a rose colored haze I had to be convinced And, boy, was I.Nico is [...]

    • Juggernaut is the prequel to Strain They can both be read as standalone novels but they absolutely need to be read before Bane I was very impressed with the world that the author created here Every question I had after reading Strain was answered Even the fact that zombies were called revenants is given a reason If you enjoy the world has gone to shit because of a virus theme, you ll geek out with pleasure with this book I loved the fact that it wasn t just a pile of scientific mambo jumbo to se [...]

    • 3.5 stars.Having read and enjoyed Strain, I was, however, left with questions Like, how exactly the Bane virus spread so fast and so far Why the plans for the Jug troops went so wrong Well, Juggernaut answers those questions and many , in details I loved that There was lots of back story, the descriptions of the world existing before the pandemic Niko, who was described as a rentboy, but was in reality like an astute businessman, played quite a big role in administering the Jug project.d regret [...]

    • 5 STARSAs far a prequels go Juggernaut is excellent I m not overly fond of prequels but this was just exceptional It s not as gritty and dark as Strain, but it s well worth the time to find out how this dystopian world was really created Once again Amelia C Gormley s excellent writing skills and creativity were what made this book so good The one thing I like the most about this book is how all the separate sub plot were woven together to make for one excellent read Not only that but the MC s we [...]

    • The book lost steam for me at about the 60% mark The romance between Nico and Zach was really of secondary importance against the backdrop of revenants and flesh eating disease and survival in a new world The exposition at the end of this book was a little ummm lazy I was looking forward to a showdown with Littlewood snicker but I guess that s still coming Moving on to a re read of a favorite of mine Strain Will it still be a favorite a year after my first read

    • Hello I reviewed Juggernaut for the blog You may read it here It s not a happy book, but it is a great set up for what is to come If you ve not read the first book Strain, it s not necessary as this is a sort of prequel, but you ll probably want to by the end of this one The third book, Bane, will be coming out shortly and they ll all interconnect into one, hopefully, amazing punch to the throat to all the bad people that even thought of creating a super soldier I gave this 3.5 stars rounding up [...]

    • This book has renewed my love of zombie books, I m on the hunt for now This is the prequel to Strain, a post apocalyptic dystopian story about a virus that s killed billions of people It begins a few months before the virus outbreak and explains how it all happened and who was behind the outbreak As in the first book, the world building is really detailed and believable, everything is exceptionally well thought out and it had me on the edge of my seat the entire way through I m glad I don t hav [...]

    • 3.5 rounded down I already know that I like the premise from the first book, so seeing the start of everything was interesting But I would have enjoyed it a whole lot if the pacing wasn t so uneven Plus it ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, so I m definitely itching for the next instalment.

    • Jeez I didn t think it was possible to fall in love with this Strain Universe than I already had, but Juggernaut did just that Fucking per fect I can t even Gah, it s SO GOOD Amelia, you ve got yourself a new fanboy

    • 4.5 amazing starsIt took a little while to get into the story as we start off before the Bane outbreak I felt so bad for Zack having to deal with his zealot father and brother Thankfully Nico comes across his homebut he s already infected with the alpha strain and has become a Jug.They set off to find the only human safe zone and end up in a struggle for their lives The end is a little disappointing and there s no real HEA.I look forward to reading the conclusion Bane to see if Zach and Nico are [...]

    • FGMAMTC Blog Review GiveawayFGMAMTC Blog Author Interview Where is the Strain Universe headed next 4.75 starsI love zombie ish tales This one was awesome It totally kept my full attention the entire time Most zompoc stories that I ve read seem to pick up after the world has went down the toilet leaving a few survivors fighting for their lives This book is about the outbreak It s an inside look at the government designed virus The reader gets to witness how the world was shaped, how the top milit [...]

    • Absolutely phenomenal prequel to Strain and an absolute must read in the wonderful apocalyptic universe Ms Gormley has created.Well crafted, flawlessly executed, well developed characters in a not too far, insane future We get the gritty on how this all came about and the intricacies of it all We experience, in delicious detail, the all too real world of the future before the inevitable apocalypse due to our incredible greed The cause of all wars boils down to greed.Our two MCs, Zach and Nico, I [...]

    • So interesting It s an apocalypse I loved it and can t wait to read the follow up This book is a prequel to Strain It takes place years before and explains how the virus began Amelia s idea and development of this story just astounds me Biowarfare gone horrifically wrong And now the world has been thrown into an apocalyptic state The virus has mutated and now exists in three separate strains, two of them horrifically fatal Supplies are limited and rationed Marshall law has been implemented Peopl [...]

    • I ve been thinking about how to rate this for a few days now, but I m still having a hard time doing it Strain was one of the biggest surprises and highlights for me last year I went in without any expectations and it seriously blew me away with how spectacular it was I loved the deliciously wrong fuck or die scenario, I loved Darius and Rhys as a couple, I loved the sheer fucked up ness of the whole world described in this book It was something different, something new, something daring and I w [...]

    • This is the prequel book to STRAIN, a post apocalyptic dystopian future story about survivors of a virus that killed billions In Juggernaut we see the world before and immediately after the viral outbreak If you have read STRAIN published a year ago , there are no spoilers below If you haven t, well, I don t think I give away than the blurb will tell you.This story is set approximately 100 years into the future, when long military campaigns had decimated the recruitment of soldiers In this brav [...]

    • 4.5 Amazing stars I know some people wonder whether they can read this book if they haven t read Strain, and the answer is YES I haven t read Strain myself, and I didn t feel like I missed anything There were no characters whom I wondered about, or any feeling that there s something hinted at that happened in Strain and I m not going to figure it out in Juggernaut This is by all means a standalone novel WARNING This novel ends with a cliffhanger the size of Europe, so you ll need to read the nex [...]

    • Nico Fernandez is the son of the most powerful Sanctioned Madam he is also her most valued employee Nico sees how the people that don t have the opportunities he has suffer and he truly wants to help any way he can Poverty is prolific and Nico is spared that type of life, until he unwittingly helps a family friend, also a sometimes lover, unleash the virus that now plagues humanity.Zach Houtman is the son of the most powerful Zealot in this post apocalyptic world As a former minister turned poli [...]

    • 4.5 Heart Review by AmberThere is absolutely no denying how much I absolutely loved Strain I was not expecting how amazing that book was so when I realized books in the series were coming out, I was absolutely on board Juggernaut is essentially the events leading up to Strain This book fills in the back history and gaps that Strain had left behind It s funny I never realized I had questions that needed answered until I read Juggernaut, major points to the phenomenal author on that foresight Jug [...]

    • It has been over a year and a half since I read Strain It is still one of the darker, grittier books that I have ever read Juggernaut is the prequel to that dark world This second first book in the Strain series does something that I wish I read of Gormley walks her readers through the beginnings and then the fallout that led to the world that her characters are fighting to bring back from the brink of extinction due to a military government introduced pandemic I loved reading how the world fel [...]

    • Well written with really good character development and world building, and a great storyline Rather than picking up where Strain left off with Darius and Rhys, we start with new characters Nico and Zach at the beginning of the world event.My reasons for slightly disliking this installment of the Strain series were personal While I didn t think much about the religious side story of Zach s family, when it developed as an internalized part of Zach it just irritated me to no end The other signific [...]

    • 4.5 StarsOkay, yeah, this prequel was much informative about the political climate in this futuristic setting, as well as being interesting and hella angsty at the same time I did like seeing the origin of the whole Bane outbreak even if it meant having to deal with Jacob and his asshole father for some of it and how the Jugs became exiles after having helped the survivors rebuild improve living conditions in the quarantine zone and overthrow the crooked government sort of.The next book, Bane, [...]

    • This is the very prequel of strain series Now I have a clear picture how the virus got spread I like the relationship of Nico and Zach Both of them are very strong character, though I like the dynamic of Darius and Rhys s ship .I like the slight appearance of Jugs like Darius and the gang, especially Kaleo s role in here s significant enough Overall it s so thrilling, wicked and gore but still have romance element Once make me choose this series as the best MM zombies apocalypse.

    • This could be our future I read Strain the first book in the series, but this book deals with totally different set of characters but end up where book 2 picks up This book ends in a MAJOR cliffhanger so be repaired, but the next book in the series will be released this year This is books does shed a little light on the plague This book is really hard to read in certain areas, it deals with rape and some very hard choices both Nico and Zach have to choose.

    • Juggernaut Is a prequel to Strain rather than a sequel, although I do prefer to read it after Strain, since it was published later, my kindle seems to think it should come first.Either way, Juggernaut gives us details from the world before the outbreak of the Bane virus, and to be honest it was pretty much a dystopia before the virus struck a world where the gap between rich and poor is getting bigger and bigger, and the military are so desperate to continue their over seas conflicts that they r [...]

    • I loved the premise and the built of the characters I found the pace of the story rather uneven with the ending leaving too much unresolved.

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