My Review of Anarchy by Christopher Artinian

Exciting and Entertaining!

This is the fourth book of The Burning Tree Series. Each of them has been terrific, and this was no exception.

Callie, a sixteen year old girl holds the community together and is the main protagonist. Phil, the brains behind the new settlement. Susan, Callie’s mother, who changed for the better after the apocalyptic experience that altered them all.

I’ve never read a book with so many characters. It should have been confusing, but wasn’t in the least. In fact, I felt part of the community as I lived every moment with them.

I thoroughly enjoyed Anarchy. It tells the story of human endurance, and all its flaws. The good, the bad, and everything in between. It keeps you on the edge of the seat throughout as you really hope they make it.

Hopefully, there will be another book because I feel there is a whole lot more to tell as the fight for survival continues.

A treat for all fiction lovers.


They thought things would get easier. They were wrong.

For Callie, Phil and the others, life is one long battle from dawn ’til dusk. Despite this, the settlement has flourished and gone from strength to strength. Until now.

What lurks on the horizon is a test, the likes of which they could never have imagined. New threats, new challenges and the new day could spell the end of all their hopes.

Since leaving the bunker, they’ve faced unfathomable hardships and terrifying enemies, but nothing could have prepared them for this.

Because this is anarchy.

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