Rockapocalypse: A Disharmony of Justice
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Rockapocalypse: A Disharmony of Justice


1974 - It started out as a typical summer in a small southern town for 15-yr old Pete Travers and his friends, until the real rock stars showed up. Real dead that is. When bizarre occurrences, unexplained disappearances, and outpourings of prejudice become frequent in Harper's Mill, the four friends discover they've been destined for a gig far more challenging than anything they ever imagined. The rockers join forces with the four teens to rid the town of a hatred so intense, it has bred its own evil in the most unlikely of places. But will they succeed?

2011 - Thirty-seven years later, record industry mogul Peter Travers lies in a coma as the result of a horrific auto accident. As he teeters between life and death, he relives the life-changing events from the past in his mind. When his friends reunite to stand watch and offer their support, they realize Peter's auto crash was no accident. They also discover that the powers that saved them all those years ago have returned. But the question that burns in their hearts is: Why? The power of music's timeless message, the bonds of friendship, and a gift from God culminate in a cataclysmic battle that reaches to the gates of heaven. Is their faith strong enough to protect Peter and his family from the evil force that struggles to claim what he deems rightfully his - Peter's very soul?

Title:Rockapocalypse: A Disharmony of Justice
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:312 pages

    Rockapocalypse: A Disharmony of Justice Reviews

  • Nancy Steinle gummel
    Jan 07, 2015

    Rockapocalypse: A Disharmony of Justice by Byron Suggs is a fantastical story of good versus evil set in time about early 70s when the KKK was very active in rural America. Buddy Holly was killed in a...

  • Cataline
    Aug 20, 2015

    During the summer of ’74 in Harper’s Mill, a small southern town, Pete and his friends have been destined for a time they won’t forget. Shedding innocence as they watch demonstrations by KKK mem...

  • Karen Forsyth
    Apr 27, 2017

    Rockapocalypse by Byron Suggs is a surprising book where nothing is at it seems. This book reminded me of the early writings of Stephen King.The very first chapter is intriguing, and leads the reader ...

  • Nicole
    Nov 02, 2012

    The moment Peter Travers was born, the soul of Buddy Holly was ascending into Heaven. Fifteen years later, Peter was having a wonderful summer with his friends, and his girlfriend, Margie. That dreamy...

  • Chelsea Haller
    Oct 05, 2012

    Review - Rockapolypse by Byron SuggsBorn with the small strangeness of gripping something foreign, Peter lives what many would deem to be a normal life... until he is 15 years old, then life gets... i...

  • Tyas Effendi
    Jan 09, 2013

    Peter Travers was born by gripping a piece of guitar pick. That is what the first sign that he is special. He is not the same with other babies. When he is 15 years old, the adventure begins. When he ...

  • T.C. Harrelson
    Jan 19, 2013

    I made the mistake of trying to read Rockapocalypse before bed. It was such a page-turner that I lost quite a bit of sleep. Though Rock is author Byron Suggs' debut novel, he charges from the gate lik...

  • S.K. Munt
    May 05, 2014

    The Day The Music Died And Was Reborn :)I picked this up because it was in the top 100 free at the same time as mine and the heading jumped out at me. The cover is a little bit bland but sometimes, th...

  • Linda Rawlins
    Oct 19, 2012

    In 1974, Pete Traver's and his four teenage friends join forces with the spirits of four famous dead rock stars to battle hatred and evil in a little town named Harper's Mill. In 2011, the same group ...

  • Meagan Hansen
    Dec 14, 2012

    Thank you for this Goodreads/Firstreads win. I will be honest and say that I normally wouldn't have read a book such as this. I am however glad that I did. It's very different from what I typically re...

About Byron Suggs

Byron Suggs

Byron Suggs is the author of the highly acclaimed paranormal/adventure novel ROCKAPOCALYPSE, and the mystery/thriller, COLD CURRENTS. His third novel, THE LAYERS BENEATH (the follow-up to Cold Currents and second book in the Detective Bobby Taylor series), is expected in the Fall of 2016. His short works of fiction have appeared in publications such as Aries: A Journal of Arts and Literature and