Benjamin Wallace

The end of the world as you’ve never known it.
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I'm Benjamin Wallace, it's nice to meet you!

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Why you'll love my book

Here are some of the best things about my book that I think you'll really enjoy.

A Fresh Take

Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors is a not so serious take on the post-apocalyptic genre. We've all seen the lone warrior story play out before, but never like this.

Laugh-Out-Loud Funny

The book has been called "Mad Max meets Monty Python" and fans of Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams have made very flattering comparisons that the author of the book is too humble to accept.

Ongoing Series

There are currently four books in the Duck & Cover series. The second book explores a kingdom formed by renaissance fair employees while the third is a chase across the country. A collection of short stories explores some of the minor characters we meet along the way. The fifth book is in the works.

An Instant Hit

Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors was the number one best-seller in Comedic Fiction for six months on Amazon upon it's debut. The book and it's sequels have remained on the best-seller lists ever since.

Memorable Characters

Vicious raiders. Exotic creatures. Super smart bears. The story is filled with unique characters, communities and threats. And there is a dog named Chewy. She’s awesome.


Even though it's an irreverent take on the post-apocalyptic genre, the book does not skimp on the action. Car chases, death trucks, mutants, bear fights and more fill the pages of this action-packed tale

Benjamin Wallace is the bestselling author of Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, the Dad Versus series and other nonsense. He lives in Dallas, Texas where he complains about the heat–a lot.

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