D. J. Molles is the New York Times bestselling author of the Remaining series. He published his first short story, "Darkness," while still in high school. Soon after, he won a prize for his short story "Survive." He got started self-publishing the first books in the Remaining series while working full time as a police officer for a major metropolitan city. Since then he's had the good fortune to retire, and lives a semiquiet life with his wife and children in the southeast.
"A hugely atmospheric read...One the one hand, Wolves is a fantastic post-apocalyptic tale of unbridled revenge...On the other, it is a quiet consideration of how memory, especially of family, makes us human, giving us compassion and empathy for our fellows. When everyone has lost something, all becomes unhinged. Yet, sometimes there is a way back as Wolves poetically and unobtrusively shows."-- "The Bookbeard's Blog"
"With Wolves, D. J. Molles gives us a postapocalyptic rescue thriller that pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. A brutal tale wrapped like barbed wire around love, honor, and a father's love for his daughter. Highly recommended."-- "Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author"
"Revenant meets Mad Max in this postapocalyptic thriller that proves D. J. Molles is back on the top of the genre...A stunning and sometimes shocking tale of survival and redemption that I couldn't put down...Fans will devour Wolves in one sitting."-- "Nicholas Sansbury Smith, bestselling author of Hell Divers"
"With Wolves, D. J. Molles has forged a gorgeously textured and unflinchingly gritty world that fans of King's Gunslinger and McCarthy's The Road are sure to savor to the very end."-- "William H. Weber, author of Last Stand: Surviving America's Collapse"
"A roller coaster of blood and dust, Wolves will keep you turning pages deep into the dead of night. D. J. Molles spins a harrowing tale that riffs on the darkest aspects of human nature. Loss, pain, revenge, restitution, and the thirst for survival carry an unlikely cast of characters through a ravaged world that brings the shadows of the human psyche to life. Wolves revives the soul of a Western in a dystopian America. Fasten your seat belt, you're in for a rough and wild ride."-- "Eliot Peper, author of Cumulus and Neon Fever Dream"
"Bravo! to D. J. Molles. He went all in on this one with extraordinary courage and raw human honesty...Huxley's journey is beautiful in the same way stormy seas are beautiful--destructive, awesome, terrible, but in a good way if you are somewhere safe and warm. Read it the day it is released! Put it on whatever list of books to read--at the top."-- "Anne Loves Books!"
"Wolves is a seminal work. End of world tales are always full of violence and grief, but in Wolves, Molles kicks the hornet's nest, then makes you stand there while they sting. And like everything Molles writes, the story and characters are sticky like epoxy--impossible to get away from, they follow you everywhere from the first page to the last and for days and weeks after. Hell, months after reading an advance copy, I'm still unpacking parts of what I saw and felt throughout the reading."-- "M. L. Doyle Author"
"Wolves is not only a story about vengeance, it is about hope, hatred, and redemption. It looks into the human soul to see if there is anything salvageable there."-- "2 Book Lovers Reviews"