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Publication Order of Endworld Books

The Fox Run (1986)Description / Buy at Amazon
Thief River Falls Run (1986)Description / Buy at Amazon
Twin Cities Run (1986)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Kalispell Run (1987)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dakota Run (1987)Description / Buy at Amazon
Citadel Run (1987)Description / Buy at Amazon
Armageddon Run (1987)Description / Buy at Amazon
Denver Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Capital Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
New York Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Liberty Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Houston Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Anaheim Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Seattle Run (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Nevada Run (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Miami Run (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Atlanta Run (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Memphis Run (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cincinnati Run (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dallas Run (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Boston Run (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Green Bay Run (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Yellowstone Run (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Spartan Run (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Madman Run (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Chicago Run (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
New Orleans Run (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Doomsday (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dark Days (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Lords of Kismet (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Synthezoids (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Doomsday is a prequel to the Endworld Series.

Publication Order of Blade Books

First Strike (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Outlands Strike (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Vampire Strike (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Pipeline Strike (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Pirate Strike (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon
Crusher Strike (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Terror Strike (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Devil Strike (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
L.A. Strike (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dead Zone Strike (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Quest Strike (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Death Master Strike (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Vengeance Strike (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon

Endworld is a set of post-apocalyptic novels written by bestselling author David L. Robbins. The first book in the series The Fox Run was published in 1986. The series currently consists of over 30 novels with 13 novels spin-off to this series called Blade.

The events depicted in Endworld series takes place 100 years after the World War III, a nuclear war between the Soviet Union and the United States. The series themes around the predecessors of The Family, which is a survivalist group residing in an isolated compound known as The Home, located few kilometers in North Western Minnesota. The survivalist group attempts to explore outside their secure home for the first time since the war began. The United States is almost destroyed by biological, nuclear and chemical weapons and the country has become a dangerous place to live. Few people have little knowledge of what exists far beyond the country’s borders. In the novels of this incredible series, the Family protectors who are also known as Warriors travel to territories, cities usual neutralizing threats such as mutants, dictators, among others that threaten the stability of The Home. The leader of the family protectors, Blade is the most prominent character in this series.

Originally, the series ran for 27 novels until 1991 when Chicago Run was published. The series was however revived in 2009 when a prequel story under the title Doomsday (a follow-up of Chicago Run) was released. The first book in the series The Fox Run narrates the efforts of the survivor’s descendants in trying to build a new society known as The Home. Unfortunately, there are barbarian folks who will stop at nothing but to see The Home destroyed.

The Fox Run

This debut novel introduces readers to descendants of the remaining survivors who made it after the the nuclear holocaust waged by two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union. The war completely leveled the Earth, and the civilization was lost as well. These survivors are struggling to rebuild the destroyed civilization within the wall of the society they call The Home. The Warriors, also known as the protectors explore the remains of their world in a bid to make it better again.

They manage to get some good things but also encounter some bands of scavengers who are determined to murder for anything they can get; the also meet despotic madmen, rulers of little villain kingdoms and some mutant creatures.

The main character in this series is Blade, reading from his descriptions, you can almost conclude that he is a blend of Captain America, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Wayne, and Andre, the Giant. His weapon is pair of Bowie knives. The second warrior you will get to know is the dangerous marksman by the name Hickock, and his primary weapons are a pair of Colt revolvers. The last man standing in this trio of the warrior is Geronimo, the last of Native American and his preferred weapons are a pair of tomahawks.

All these three soldiers make use of others weapons as well which the author makes a vivid description as well. Blade is a strong guy for his muscles, and armed only with his Bowie, he can single handily defeat a group of marauders or a giant mutant even after being shot. His masculine body is sturdy such that he can stop his hand from bleeding after being shot by simply squeezing his firm biceps.

Hickock on the contrary armed with his two six shooters can take out a group of mad warrior armed with machine guns and defeat them all and even have some bullets to spare. Then there is Geronimo, their scout, and Woodmen. He can track the memory of his most dangerous enemy while blindfold in a ravaging thunderstorm.


Doomsday is the end of the planet. World War III has erupted, a nightmare that everyone dreads, who can survive this global catastrophe? Where would one be safe? Would you be able to provide a basic need for an extended period in your hideouts? Would you survive? How could you prepare for this ultimate challenge to survive after the world has ended?

Now in the remote site of Minnesota, a moviemaker Kurt Carpenter has built for himself a secure compound and invited some select group of individuals to bunker in the structure until the nuclear holocaust is over. The world in which they finally emerge is something which they have never seen. At first glance, they think that they are the only survivors of the war, but they are dead wrong. They soon find out that they were wrong, in the wasteland of what used to be the United States; their battle for survival is only beginning. If you have ever read an action-adventures series/novel, then you will know what Doomsday has to offer. There are lots of effects, deaths are not mourned but instead, are met with stern resolve, and every character is mightier than life.

The author, David Robbins has written one frightening fictional account of the aftermath of the World War III. The novel Doomsday is a narrative of the beginning of the end. The tension that builds while reading this fiction is incredible, the plot thickens, and as usual, the author writes cliffhangers that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It is one novel that you can put down. It is also a story of hope in the midst of despair. David Robbins mashes up hope, humor, and horror perfectly in this post-apocalyptic narrative in such a way that you have never seen before.

Endworld series by David Robbins is a great read that every fan of post-apocalyptic novels should grab right away. The stories follow a set pattern, and in every single book, the author makes a description that will make you visualize how the aftermath looks like. Unlike many series that you have read, there is character maturity this series. Also in this series, the events do carry over from one novel to another that making it easier for the readers to connect with what had occurred in the previous books.

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One Response to “Endworld”

  1. andrew ryan: 1 year ago

    I miss the series and the characters. Will there be any more books on Blade, Hickock and Geronimo and the Home? Thank you Andrew


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