Objects of Wrath

The border between good and evil has always been bloody. After the bombs rained down, the world entire was an open wound. A post-apocalyptic epic spanning four generations as America rebuilds after The Fall.



Paul Mannering, the highly acclaimed author of Tankbread calls Objects of WrathA nuclear apocalypse coming of age story that is destined to be a classic.”

objects of Wrath, wrapFrom the brilliant Craig Dilouie, Author of Suffer the Children, The Retreat, and many more novels:”For the few who do what it takes, the end of the world will be a new beginning … With Objects of Wrath, SeanT. Smith offers a fresh take in survivalist fiction.”

Fantastic writer and Editor James Crawford had this to say:
“Objects of Wrath is disturbing. The end of the world shouldn’t be so plausible. Sean Smith’s new book squats in the heart twisting intersection of “Full Metal Jacket” and Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road.“.



7 thoughts on “Objects of Wrath

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  3. I am halfway through this book and I am hooked. I have been guilty of staying up until the wee hours of the morning, unable to put it down. I look forward to the follow-up books in this series.

    By the way Sean (if you’re reading this), I am your cousin Tabetha’s husband (which has no bearing on my opinion of your book). Feel free to email me.

  4. Sean,

    Your book was awesome. I could not put it down and ended up reading it in a day. I just found out there is a sequel and going to buy and read. Great job .


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