Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death's Undertaker

Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death's Undertaker

by Jeff Vrolyks
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Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death's Undertaker by Jeff Vrolyks

As Black Death approaches a small English town, Niccolai, a young unskilled laborer, accepts the job of undertaker’s apprentice. He surveys the town daily for markers representing death on resident’s doors, collects and buries the deceased. Although forbidden, he falls in love with an aristocrat's daughter, Joanna. His biggest concern becomes her safety, keeping her from catching the disease--a disease that wipes out half the population, history's greatest pandemic.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940033271924
Publisher: Jeff Vrolyks
Publication date: 06/02/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 793 KB

About the Author

Jeff Vrolyks lives with his supple wife of 7 years Christy in Simi Valley, California. He is a new writer, in that he recently discovered a passion for writing and hasn't stopped since. He was in the Air Force for a four year stint (cargo aircraft crew-chief), worked in the beer beverage industry, automotive industry, and in the oil fields on drilling rigs. His turn on’s include rain-forest thunderstorms, rainy sunsets at the beach, and glowing reviews from you. His turn off’s include driving in Los Angeles, working-out in an over-crowded gym with fat hairy people in spandex, and receiving scathing reviews from people intolerant of foul language and violence.Find him on Facebook to be kept current on upcoming releases.

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Mortality in Wasteland: My Life as Black Death's Undertaker 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first, I was very excited about this book. However, as I read more, I became quite discouraged. There was so very much wrong factually wth this book that could have been so easily researched. The writer had the characters using words such as wow and gameface. A female character was looking forward to working drawing up contracts. They were eating corn. All this fairly close to the beginning of the book. I'm going to try and continue on but honestly, I doubt if I finish it before I delete it. So very disappointing.
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