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Nicholas Sansbury Smith

USA flag (b.1983)

Nicholas Sansbury Smith is the author of several post-apocalyptic books and short stories. He worked for the State of Iowa for nearly 10 years before switching careers to focus on his one true passion for writing. When he isn't daydreaming about the apocalypse he's likely racing in triathlons around the Midwest. He lives in Des Moines, Iowa with his family and several rescued animals.

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror

Nicholas Sansbury Smith recommends
Nomad (2015)
(Nomad , book 1)
Matthew Mather
"Compelling science, gut-wrenching adventure, and a truly original premise."
The Tide (2015)
(Tide, book 1)
Anthony J Melchiorri
"A thrilling, pulse-pounding addiction to the genre with compelling science and a frightening twist."
Blood Honor (2016)
(Day After Never, book 1)
Russell Blake
"The Day After Never is the new standard for post-apocalyptic fiction. Easily my favorite of 2016. No one writes this stuff better than Russell Blake."
Fringe Runner (2016)
(Fringe , book 1)
Rachel Aukes
"Fringe Runner is epic fun with great characters, action, and suspense. Rachel Aukes is the next big name in the Space Opera genre!"
Earth Alone (2016)
(Earthrise, book 1)
Daniel Arenson
"The most exciting and sophisticated space opera I've read since The Forever War! The Earthrise series is shaping up to be a classic readers will remember for years."
Titanborn (2016)
(Children of Titan, book 1)
Rhett C Bruno
"A relentless sci-fi thriller with characters that leap off the page and a chilling ending that will leave you breathless."
The Purge of District 89 (2017)
(Grower's War, book 1)
D J Molles
"The perfect culmination of jaw breaking action and political intrigue from DJ Molles. Readers will certainly find his newest thriller to be as chilling as it is exciting."
Drums of War (2017)
(Bradley Adams: Broken Patriot, book 1)
Timothy W Long
"Reading Timothy W. Long is like being in a knife fight that doesn't end until the last page."
Fata Morgana (2017)
Steven R Boyett and Ken Mitchroney
"The twists, turns, and adrenaline never stop flowing in Fata Morgana. You will be transported to another world in more ways than one. Easily one of the hardest hitting science fiction books of 2017!"
Lost and Found (2019)
(Micropowers, book 1)
Orson Scott Card
"Only a few authors have the ability to create characters that seem like real friends by the end of a book. Prepare to meet several in this absorbing and heartwarming coming-of-age story by master storyteller Orson Scott Card."
Occupation (2020)
(Rise , book 1)
Devon C Ford and Nathan Hystad
"Finding unique post-apocalyptic fiction is difficult, but this one is like finding a stocked bunker in the wastes! Full of action, great characters, and twists, this is one book you won't want to miss!"
Final Days (2020)
(Final Days , book 1)
Nathan Hystad and Jasper T Scott
"World ending disasters, abductions, and a mystery that ties it all together... Final Days is my kind of apocalypse."

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