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The Earth's Survivors America The Dead Books follow a group of survivors in a post apocalypse world where even the simplest things are hard to come by. The dead have risen and they are gaining intelligence as they evolve. The living are splintered and as eager to kill one another as the dead are to kill them.

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Overview

Overview
The Earth's Survivors America The Dead Books follow a group of survivors in a post apocalypse world where even the simplest things are hard to come by. The dead have risen and they are gaining intelligence as they evolve. The living are splintered and as eager to kill one another as the dead are to kill them.

This is the way the popular Earth's Survivors books were originally written and the way they were meant to be presented. Follow the survivors as they fight to survive and make their way out of the ravaged city of New York...

Conner leaned back against the cliff face and watched the end of the road. Their four remaining trucks were now parked down the road, closing it off. James, Nell, Amy and Sandy crouched behind the trucks using them for cover. Another vehicle went flying past the end of the road heading into the square. A small car of some sort, Conner saw as it flew past. The sound of the car locking up its brakes came to his ears no more than a split second after it passed the end of the road. The transmission whined and the cars engine screamed. A second later the car flew back past the end of the road in reverse, locked up the tires again, and turned onto the river road, two young men hanging out of the back windows. What looked like wire stock machine pistols in their hands.

Before the car had rolled more than ten feet onto the River Road, Amy and James were up and firing. Jake came up next; Katie socketed a clip rifle to her shoulder and opened up. Conner raised his own rifle but the car was disintegrating before his eyes before he ever pulled the trigger.

The windshield starred and then blew inward. The two young men who had been hanging out the side windows of the car, preparing to shoot never got the chance. The car suddenly veered left, accelerated hard, and smashed into the cliff face. Everybody ducked low below the trucks, Conner, Katie, Dustin and Holly threw themselves to the ground. Flames shot up the cliff face. A second after that the gas tank blew.

The car lifted completely off the ground. The concussion from the explosion took Mikes hearing for the next two or three minutes. The car crashed back down, burying its nose in the dirt at the base of the cliffs. A body flew from the interior and lay burning on the ground. The car jumped back up as something else beneath it exploded, came back down, skittered to the left, and landed on the burning body. Snuffing the flames out. One of the rear tires blew with a loud wham. Then another one went, and the car dropped closer to the ground at the rear...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499706031
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/27/2014
  • Pages: 140
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

W. G. Sweet wrote his first fiction at age seventeen. He drove taxi and worked as a carpenter for most of his life. He began working on the internet in 1989 primarily in HTML, graphics and website optimizations.

He is a Musician who writes his own music as well as lyrics. He is an Artist accomplished in Graphite, Pen, and Digital media. He has written more than twenty books and several dozen short stories.

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