Charon's Blight: Day One & Day Two

Charon's Blight: Day One & Day Two

by Timothy A Ray


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Read Charon's Blight Day One & Two as the author had intended, in one volume:Day One:Todd's having another fun day at work when his phone goes off, alerting him that an apocalyptic event is occurring and he needs to get the hell out of town as fast as he can. With his family in tow, they make their way east towards a set of compounds he and his friends have built; their sole protecting against a world gone mad.Charon's Blight: Day One follows a group of friends who are each trying to make it to Arizona from across the country while an airborne virus reanimates the dead and starts tearing Mankind part. A zombie outbreak grips the Nation and each member of the group faces one singular question: will they live through the day or join with the hordes of undead as they bring civilization to its knees.Day Two: The dead have risen and are tearing the country apart as members of Todd's group frantically try to reach the compounds and the safety they provide. Robert's thirst for vengeance brings him hard on Sabrina's heels as she tries to get out of Tucson, and is faced with the worst that Mankind has to offer. As if zombies weren't enough, Todd is faced with a horrid and devastating revelation, is it possible that one of their own is responsible for causing the end of the world as we know it?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781976024382
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2017
Series: Rotting Souls Compilation Book , #1
Pages: 576
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.17(d)

About the Author

Timothy Ray (1978-) was born in Tucson, Arizona, where he resides to this day. His family is from eastern Arizona, from Safford to Morenci, and he enjoys camping on Mt. Graham during the summer months. He attended Desert View High School, where he was inspired by an English teacher to explore his creative writing skills and work on his first novel; the Acquisition of Swords. He joined the Writer's Group under Mrs. Wakamatsu, and finished the rough draft of his first book in 1995.
The first novel evolved over the last twenty years and now spans a series he continues to write to this day. Not able to gain the attention of a literary agent for mass production, he turned to self-publishing to get his work out there, and will be publishing nine of his novels this year.
He is married and has three children, who are supportive and excited to see his novels finally in print.

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