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By Edward W. Robertson | Comments: ( 565 ) | Date: ( Jul 03, 2020 )

In the Breakers series, humanity faces not one apocalypse, but two first a lethal pandemic, then a war against those who made the virus This collection includes the first three books and is over 1000 pages 350,000 words of post apocalyptic survivalEAKERS Book 1 In New York, Walt Lawson is about to lose his girlfriend Vanessa In Los Angeles, Raymond and Mia James aIn the Breakers series, humanity faces not one apocalypse, but two first a lethal pandemic, then a war against those who made the virus This collection includes the first three books and is over 1000 pages 350,000 words of post apocalyptic survivalEAKERS Book 1 In New York, Walt Lawson is about to lose his girlfriend Vanessa In Los Angeles, Raymond and Mia James are about to lose their house Within days, none of it will matter A plague tears across the world, reducing New York to an open grave and LA to a chaotic wilderness of violence and fires Civilization comes to an abrupt stop.Just as the survivors begin to adapt to the aftermath, Walt learns the virus that ended humanity wasn t created by humans It was inflicted from outside The colonists who sent it are ready to finish the job and Earth s survivors may be too few and too weak to resistLT DOWN Book 2 In upstate Idaho, Ness Hook is run out of his mom s house by his bullying brother Shawn In Redding, California, Tristan Carter is graduating college, but with no job and no prospects, she ll have to move back in with her parents.Then the world ends first with a virus, then with an alien invasion.Ness and Shawn take to the mountains to fight a guerrilla against the attackers In California, Tristan and Alden are taken prisoner Separated from her brother, Tristan crosses the ruins of America to track him down She will stop at nothing to get Alden back but her fellow survivors prove even dangerous than the monsters who broke the worldIFEPOINT Book 3 Raina was just a girl when the plague came She survived Her parents didn t Neither did the world As civilization fell, she took to the ruins of Los Angeles, eating whatever she could catch.After two years alone, she s found and adopted by a fisherman and his wife Their makeshift family lives a quiet life until a man named Karslaw sails in from Catalina Island with an army of conquerors Driven by visions of empire, he executes Raina s new father as a traitor and takes her mother captive.But Karslaw s people aren t the only ones vying for control of the ruined land As violence wracks the city, Raina joins a rebellion against Karslaw s rule She will stop at nothing to free her mother and to have her revenge.


  • Title: The Breakers Series: Books 1-3
  • Author: Edward W. Robertson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Edward W. Robertson

Ed is the author of the post apocalyptic Breakers series and the epic fantasy series The Cycle of Arawn A former New Yorker and Idaho guy, he currently lives in the LA area His short fiction has appeared in a whole bunch of magazines and anthologies.



Comments The Breakers Series: Books 1-3

  • Chris

    With Apocalypses aplenty available from numerous authors these days, Ed Robertson manages something all too rare--a new take on an old genre--in his Breakers series. I won’t bother recounting the plot here--you can read that for yourself in the book description. And as I write this, the three-volume Breakers compilation (which includes Breakers, Melt Down, and Knifepoint) is available for 99 cents from (Kindle edition). Talk about value for your reading dollar!What kept me turning the page (e [...]


  • Sean Scoles

    This omnibus, overall, is actually pretty well done. The plots moves along, it's fairly unique for the genre, well written, etc.My biggest issue is the dialogue. Every character is a smart ass at all times. Every sentence is a 'clever' retort or sarcastic observation. There is practically no genuine conversation in the entirety of the series. Characters that appear for an entire book, a chapter, even paragraphs, they all have the same smarmy attitude. Gun in there face, running from aliens, nurs [...]


  • Matt Krieg

    Halfway through the second book I have yet to find a character I care about I'm gonna call it quits on this series.


  • Colin

    As with so many freebies, this is actually decent writing in desperate need of decent editing. It feels a couple of rewrites away from actually being quite good. Book one uses two protagonists in alternating chapters, following independent stories that inevitably intertwine. Not startling, but structurally solid enough. The problem is that the two stories are basically asynchronous - the chronology doesn't match. Irritating early on, a much more serious problem as the threads draw together. The [...]


  • Kate Aldrich

    Another apocalypse series. REALLY good. Read all three books quickly because I couldn't put it down. Psyched to see there's a fourth book in the series!


  • Philippe

    I was expecting a post apocalyptic battle between human and aliens but in the end the aliens are not that important.I was a bit disappointed in the end and thought on given up but I stick to it and I am glad I did.Each book is the story of 3 or 4 characters going through the aftermath of an epidemic and how they cope. It is quite dark at time but probably reflect exactly how human would behave should it happen!


  • Ellie

    I picked these up on a whim for free on my kindle and ended up really enjoying them.A post apocalyptic series that introduces aliens, The Breakers series is a great read which plays around well with different characters and storylines.I did find it a little difficult to get into the story of the characters when each book began (and the changing characters aspect is quite tricky to come to grips with)but for the most part, the different characters were interesting and well thought out. There was [...]


  • Jo

    As an avid reader of dystopian fiction, I was rather intrigued by the description of this series. The idea of not one but two apocalypses being brought to bear on an unsuspecting global population struck me as ambitious. However, the author managed to weave these two events with such mastery that I was held spellbound through each of three parts of this fantastic trilogy.What I particularly liked is that the story is told from different points of view. Reminiscent of the style of George R Martin [...]


  • Lindsey Brooks

    Really bad. Far too wordy, and heavily over-descriptive, with long, rambling chunks of info-dump about the characters and their backgrounds to try, mostly unsuccessfuly, to give them some depth. The author appears determined to always use ten words where one would do, resulting in the narrative moving very slowly. This is not at all a fast-moving tale! The characterization is poor, which makes the protaganists themselves uninteresting and I was very soon hoping they would all catch the virus so [...]


  • Eddie Jong

    The end of the world with a differenceAll too often, apocalyptic books parade a veritable army of gangsters, military types with plenty of hardware and aliens that are evil.Not so in this book.The story is told through the eyes of ordinary people simply trying to survive each day in a world where nothing is the same anymore. Each book is written from a different person's perspective and this allows the author to fill out the characters seamlessly, something that he does well. The main protagonis [...]


  • William Amerman

    I've read through a lot of post apocalyptic books lately. Most of them, I can't even finish. Either the characters are unlikable, the plot is boring or there are so many typos and grammatical errors that I'm frequently pulled outside of the world of the story. This series, though, contains wonderful writing. Just enough description mixed with characters I care about. As a writer myself, I have an appreciation for many of the subtleties that this author nails.I read the first three in this series [...]


  • Emily

    Finally, an enthralling, adventurous sci-fi series without any jargon! This series was exceptionally entertaining!! The author showcases each character's endearing quirks, irritating flaws and entire decision-making process, which made for a highly relatable cast. I enjoyed getting to know each of them and became invested in their stories. It wasn't your typical hero story and felt more realistic - ordinary people saving the world almost by accident. Going back and forth between characters made [...]


  • Jessica Niedzwiecki

    Scary!!!!!First of all I can watch or read anything without getting scared,except Chucky when I was like 8 when it came out. This book Let me tell you,I had to have my husband walk me to the bathroom at night I was that scared. One night I went to the back of the house,my 9 year old daughter was in the spare room when she was supposed to be in bed; I screamed but there was no sound,you know the one!! Anyway,well done,all the gore very detailed. Even though starting out was slow,by chapter 3 I wa [...]


  • Craig Pearson

    There is a lot to unpack with these books. Some reviewers are quite correct that a good editing process is missing. Dialogue is stilted and rambling. Some pieces of the plot make no sense. Having said that the story still is somehow still a good read. The author uses an alien invasion using a virus attack that wipes out 99% of Earth's population as a background to the story. Those mega-deaths still result in millions of people immune to the virus but governments and society totally destroyed. Ro [...]


  • Chuck Heikkinen

    Earth is invaded by octopus-like aliens, but not before they have released a deadly virus that kills almost every inhabitant. Island groups of survivors assemble and some offer resistance. The main characters include a devil-may-care type who ends up accomplishing incredible feats, even when he's just trying to survive. A young-teen girl determined to avenge her parents' deaths from the plague arises in book 3. One anticipates book 4 with the question of what's next.


  • James J. Seals Jr

    This started out slow but I stuck with it and I'm glad I did. A very well crafted work with threads that come together to bring conclusion to the story to that point. Looking forward to completing this series.


  • Janna Kinnee

    Fantastic SeriesRead the first box set of three and was amazed this author doesn't sugarcoat the in and outs of his characters and not all of them will survive but if you enjoy a well thought out and well written series you have to read this set


  • W John Bodin III

    Not bad but think it would have been better as one volume instead of 3 going over the same events just from different points of view. Considered skipping pages as I got further along because iof repeated story, though I never did.


  • Donna Shipley

    When I started this book I thought I wouldn't like it, but as I began to connect to with the characters and realized that it wasn't just a doomsday story, but a book about survival and the resilience of the human spirit. I enjoyed it very, very much!


  • Martip

    Enjoyable. Three books in a digital set. Did skim a moderate amount. Last book of the three my fave for the characters Walt and Raina.


  • Lisa Holland

    Great booksIn the beginning I honestly didn't know if I wanted to continue reading. But then, I read further, and honestly didn't want to put it down!


  • Angela

    Finally finished this trilogy. No idea why because I didn't care for it. Book 2 was definitely the best. Glad I can finally move on to something else!


  • Ron Steranko

    Entertaining.ties together various plot lines.


  • debbie green

    Great story lineReally enjoyed all the layers of this series if books and the main character Walt who just always managed to get out of sticky situations.


  • june's 3rd Kindle

    Fantastic readThese books are like your wedding day Well planned ,exciting with a few ups and downs and something you didn't want to end


  • Barbara Augerot

    Craved each new book as they were published.


  • Joni Rupnow

    I really enjoyed these books. The characters were pretty well written. It was fun to see the same story from different perspectives.


  • Jackie Mahone

    Starts slowAfter the first book it become more interesting and I began to become anxious to read more about the characters.


  • Connie Mountney

    A must readReally enjoyed the series . Will defiantly be put in my wishlist . . . . . . . .


  • Tom Brafford

    A good story with interesting characters good action and many surprising plot twists.


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