Nuclear Fire Causes Dystopian Horror
“War was uglier than we’d ever imagined. The Draft was reinstated, taking our men and boys. Within days, stores had nothing on the shelves; people began to starve. Hospitals closed due to lack of space and medicine. Police stopped answering calls, stopping coming to work at all. Topside production faded; communications became spotty. Then the power went off…and it didn’t come back on.”
The fall of society triggered a hard, new life where survival became the only focus. We shunned each other and the old ways, killing anyone who was different. We reverted to primitive behaviors, using the war as an excuse to commit unspeakable atrocities, and humanity slipped deeper into the abyss of possible extinction. Soon, darkness blanketed the post-apocalyptic lands with hatred and violence that seemed to have no end. The future, cold and dark, offered little hope.
Descendants of Creation Emerge
They were always among us. Their purpose is to protect the innocent, but most don’t know about that hard destiny until it calls them. Hunted for centuries, these rare, powerful women and men are now all that stands between humankind and extinction. They’ve been called together in this time and place to provide safety for the remnants of society.
Humanity’s Fate Hangs in Balance
Survival isn’t a given for anyone as mysterious forces move the pawns across a horror-filled dystopian chessboard, toward a final post apocalyptic battle that will either see the world saved or finish burying it under the ashes.
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Angela White is an author from Harrison, Ohio. After self-publishing, she was able to retire from her job at the local taxicab company where she dispatched and drove people around the city of Cincinnati. Angela now writes full time and lives on a small ranch in Kentucky with her family and their clowder of barn cats.
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