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Reluctant ruler of the settlements in British Columbia, John and his friends must now face even greater dangers as they seek to free other human settlements from Galactic control in North America. But John's enemies have begun to take notice of the burgeoning resistance and take steps to stop him and the human resistance including bringing in Master Class help. Can John navigate the treacherous waters of Galactic politics and human interests without compromising his beliefs or sacrificing his friends?   

Coast on Fire is book 5 of the best-selling System Apocalypse line of books, a LitRPG apocalyptic book series that describes a world thrown into confusion by the addition of a game-like system and the monsters that come with it.

©2019 Tao Wong (P)2019 Tao Wong

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  • craig
  • 2019-03-31

gahhh why can't the next book be out yet!!!

this was a bit slower than the rest but still amazing and got me so pumped for the next book!!

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  • Cory
  • 2019-03-31

as usual the master Tao Wang has man another maste

as usual the master Taiwan has made another masterpiece from start to finish fights love lost grittiness to the story showing an evolution of his characters and leaving us wanting more see when the world will be on fire and will he get his master class save the world add for Paris for the next stage in our evolution galactically

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  • Logan79
  • 94518-1723
  • 2019-05-20

Exciting and better than the last 1!

I know Tao Wong is a newish author, but his books continue to get better than the last one and it shows dedication to his craft and Nick Podehl did excellent narration as usual.

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  • Steven T. Voboril
  • Los Angeles
  • 2019-05-19

not everything make sense

this is a fun series. the story and characters progress very quickly and there seems to be some holes in the system make-up but overall fun.

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  • Francois Vorster
  • Mountain View, CA, United States
  • 2019-05-11

The author has run dry.

The same old, same old. No new ideas, concepts or plot twists. Development of the characters has stopped, and the authors insecurities are now becoming the driving theme for the story.

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  • james chilewski
  • 2019-05-11

the wait semmed eternal

Well worth the wait! Nick Podehl is fatastic as always, and makes it come alive.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-05-02

As Always, another awesome story!

Great series Tao Wong! I take great pleasure in your Writings! Nick has done another incredible Job! I look forward to the next installment!

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  • Isla
  • 2019-05-02

good but my least favorite

this was a good addition to the series but it's my least favorites of all the ones that have been published

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  • TheTruth
  • 2019-05-02

most whiney lead character ever

with power, money and influence.... the lead character over came it all...

Pushing aside survives guilt. That feeling of not being good enough. Of not having sacrificed enough. Being more in touch with my feelings I think some things will be there forever

and he over came Canadian racism... wow

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  • Tory Wilson
  • 2019-04-22

Good continuation to the series.

As some of the other reviews have pointed out this volume of The System Apocalypse doesn't have very much character growth, it also feels like we don't get much of the usual secondary characters despite their names popping up all over the place, we do however get introduced to a bunch of important story characters that have little to no importance to the reader. The book has a lot of hurry up moments but also has a lot of action, it feels like more action than the previous volume but that could just be me. The last few chapters of the book are the most exciting and put an end to a small arc that began in the last book and the end of the book promises one of the things we have all been waiting for in the next one. Universe building and more character development. The entire book had a mostly "this has to happen for the story to advance into the next major arc." sort of feel. That being said I enjoyed the book and it was a good contribution to the series. Once again the narration was fantastic.