Dark Ages: 2020 (Dark Ages #1)

Dark Ages: 2020 (Dark Ages #1)

J.D. Dutra Graham Schofield / Apr 02, 2020

Dark Ages Dark Ages No civilization has ever stood the test of time When societies collapse How do the unprepared survive After ancient Rome fell to the barbarian hordes and its light went out years of economic and

  • Title: Dark Ages: 2020 (Dark Ages #1)
  • Author: J.D. Dutra Graham Schofield
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No civilization has ever stood the test of time When societies collapse How do the unprepared survive After ancient Rome fell to the barbarian hordes and its light went out, 500 years of economic and cultural deterioration followed in Europe The Dark Ages In the 14th century, the most brutal pandemic to ravage mankind finally pulled this part of the world out of thNo civilization has ever stood the test of time When societies collapse How do the unprepared survive After ancient Rome fell to the barbarian hordes and its light went out, 500 years of economic and cultural deterioration followed in Europe The Dark Ages In the 14th century, the most brutal pandemic to ravage mankind finally pulled this part of the world out of the darkness The Black Death decimated over 60% of the population, creating an immediate surplus of goods and land, which catapulted Europe into a new age of the rebirth The Renaissance The Black Death pandemic of the 14th century was no act of nature The outbreak was unleashed on purpose, by an ancient and occult cabal which still operates at the present time, behind the secret societies of the rich and powerful In the year 2020, moved by the desire to launch humanity into a new era of enlightenment and scientific advancements, this same obscure society plans to release a virus which can wipe out up to 90% of the world s population Political maneuvering and the biggest false flag event in generations sets their plan in motion, and immediately the President of The United States is caught in a web of horror weaved by this powerful global elite In the midst of it all, a clandestine CIA agent is torn between honor, duty and family A struggling entrepreneur obeys the State and yet pays the ultimate price An influential philanthropist has a dark secret that can alter the course of history, one which might lead a trio of scam artists to get than they ever expected As modern society crumbles and the final unleashing of a New World Order takes place, these 5 lives will collide in a violent struggle for control, power and ultimate survival.

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      • J.D. Dutra Graham Schofield

        A native of Brazil and American by choice, JD Dutra weaves political maneuvering, economic realities and conspiracy theories into entertainment.Follow me on Facebook facebook JDDutraAuthor Or head over to my website and enter to win a monthly draw of an autographed copy of Dark Ages 2020 jddutra Thanks for stopping by JD


    593 Comments

    1. If you like books where the author uses the word 'tactical" to describe almost every tool or piece of clothing used then this is the book for you. I almost want to read it again so that i can count how many times he wrote "tactical pants". What is the obsession with tactical pants?! He also used "tactical flashlight" and "tactical knife" quite often. He also referred to AR's as "assault weapons" come on guy real gun folk call them by the manufacture and model. The author knew his hand guns well [...]


    2. Dark Ages: 2020Dark Ages: 2020 is a Political Thriller that has amazing potential in further releases. The first novel attempt by the author (that I am aware of), and a darn good one. You start off at the precipice. You start out by looking at everything that is to come, but you have no real idea as to how the future shall come to be.The characters are easily relatable, depending upon your own actual history. Us veterans will have a fellow to connect with(enough to make your eyes tear up). You s [...]


    3. This was a surprisingly good read. I had won a copy through a Giveaway and was a bit skeptical of the quality of the book as the author seemed new, but as I read I was drawn into the story.My thoughts:The writing was quality work (though there were quite a few typos that were missed in editing).The characters were for the most part interconnected.The story didn't have any flow issues.I had a little trouble identifying with some of the characters.The ending left me wanting, but that left a sequel [...]


    4. This is a different approach to an end of the world scene. It could happen in the present day climate, biological warfare, but the author takes it a little further. He looks at the end from four different individuals viewpoints, who have (at first glance) nothing in common. He then ties these individuals together by seemingly random events. There is also, in the background, the devious plots of the world governments. This is a very interesting, intriguing, and exciting read. A good book to get l [...]


    5. I received this free from a giveaway.Damn this book is awesome loved how the different characters all got tied together.The character Ivan was pretty cool I liked his handy car grinder.1st book I've read that's like this or just deals with this kinda stuff and damn glad i got to read this.Ending is awesome makes me wish I had the 2nd book already but cant wait to read it when it comes out.


    6. I received this book free through . This was not an easy read for me. First of all, it is set in the future, and I am not a big fan of the genre. Secondly, the events described here could actually happen--and that scares the living daylights out of me. It took me an unusually long time to read because I kept walking away from it. Since I have finished it, I am glad I stuck it out.


    7. Really cool book, I really liked the way it discusses the end of a civilization and the author's writing style was easy to follow along with.


    8. It didn't have any dull spots. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.I hope it comes out soon. I really liked this book, it had a lot of action. It was good.


    9. Really good read. Not bad if this is the authors first attempt, kept me engaged. I will be looking for the follow on books.


    10. ***THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FROM A GIVEAWAY***If you like to read to escape from reality, this book is not for you. Practically pulled from today’s headlines, Dark Ages: 2020 takes a look at a potential future that could be mere years away. Of course, in order to do so, there’s a lot of conspiracy theories that would need to come true in order for this novel to be a reality. That being said, the one thing this book does well is remove any hope you might ever have in humanity. Not only on a lo [...]


    11. Frankly I was in two minds about even adding this book to my list. However as I got a free copy from in return for a review, I suppose I will.This is one of the worst books I've ever read. The entire novel is just a vehicle for Dutra's wrong-headed political opinions, his racism, homophobia, sexism and conspiracy theories. That wouldn't be unforgivable, if it was well-written. It is not.Even if you ignore the constant typographical errors, the grammar and sentence structure are almost unreadabl [...]


    12. This is a book received through giveaways.A book that I struggled a bit to get through. While I enjoy political thrillers this story centring around a planned plague which will destroy about 80% of the world did not capture my interest.


    13. Good bookI enjoyed reading this book, I looked forward to reading what happened to all the characters. Read it. It's good


    14. I loved this book. I like books in this genre but I loved this one. Characters are well defined and plot is solid. I just hope it doesn't come true!


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