Ford's life used to be simple. Travel the post-apocalyptic wasteland, find parts to repair the only working computer in the world, dodge roving marauders, rinse, and repeat. But he is getting a little long in the tooth and life after the end of the world can be hard on the young and old alike. During one journey he comes across a teenage girl named Apinya who enlists him to rescue her captured tribe. He doesn't want to help but something tells him that this girl, and the USB drive hanging around her neck, may have answers to the questions that have plagued him his entire life. Where did the people who lived here before go? How did their world end? And more importantly, will it happen again?
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About the Author
David Storm is a Computer Science high-school teacher from Northern Utah. He served in the United States Air Force for ten years before moving on to the glamorous world of shaping young minds. He would be beaten furiously if he didn't mention his lovely wife, Amber and their two exhausting children, Michael and Caitlin. The word-bug burrowed into his skin as a young lad and he has written several screenplays and short stories. His first novel "Access Point" is now being shamelessly pushed on his friends and loved ones.