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Nothing has stirred about in the ravaged mountains for two years. Abraham's heart is broken save the fading hope of bringing his lost children home. He sets out without a destination, searching for signs of life. What he finds is something infected.
Living husks, riddled with fungus and straight out of a nightmare, threaten the region. No one knows if the infected freaks are some sort of zombies created in a lab or something alien related to the approaching red planet.
Where do you go when everything in the world is destroyed?
Who do you trust when each survivor is a wolf in sheepskin?
And how do you stop something you know so little about?
For Abraham Heinz understanding that help isn't on the way is the first step in the long journey to finding peace in a cold world. Survival is going to take him beyond moral limits. Hell on Earth is here.
Abraham's nightmare has just begun.
After a narrow escape, Abraham Heinz and the rest of his group set out to find his missing family members. The hostile territory takes them to an old friend hiding away in what is left of a crumbling mountain town.
Abraham finds his friend and is thankful for shelter from the infected freaks roaming the desolate landscape. However he quickly discovers that his old friend has dangerous secrets.
Abraham must decide if the life of a stranger is worth trading for his missing family.
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By Erika on 10-04-17
I'm absolutely enjoying this series! The main character an older man with heart problems will do anything to save his family. In this segment they're heading to Denver but run into a little problem with the low lives of humanity.
The granddaughter learns her hearing aids give her an edge. I really like her character. She's tough yet girlie and pretty clever. She is easily my favorite. The suspense factor in this series is off the chain! The plot is unique with humans becoming infected from a fungus, one that really exits mind you, and becoming zombies hungry for a delicious human meal. The action is start to finish and keeps me on the edge of my seat.
The books are short which I love because I don't have to pit the story down for mundane activities like cooking yet when the story ends I want more!
Onto the next book.