The eminent decline of mankind has only now become apparent to and accepted by all of the survivors at Deliverance. Most of the people resisted acceptance of the eventual cataclysmic fall to the lifestyles and hardships of the fifteenth century. But as the life we've known slips away like a run-away locomotive hurtling down a steep grade and then over a precipice, they've grudgingly come to accept it.
If we survive the zombie onslaught and the atrocities of other humans, our heirs will be privy to a spectacular regeneration as the earth cleanses itself of man's past wasteful and destructive ways.
In the past three years our people have experienced man's inhumanity to man first hand. Because of that, we are back to the most basic of vigilante justice; we believe in the law of retaliation and literally take a tooth for a tooth, an eye for and eye and a life for a life. Our code of justice is harsh and quick, but fair and final. We can't afford to be weak, for weakness begets ever more oppression and pain. We are the survivors at Deliverance.
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About the Author
Hi, my name is Bob Schobernd. I publish my writing as Robert Schobernd. I primarily write in the crime category. My crime stories started with a trilogy character study detailing an assassin’s rise and fall. The trilogy title is Irrevocable Change and the individual books are: Reverse Metamorphosis, The Assassin Evolves, and The Devil's Homecoming. These stories are about coarse criminals and focus on the life experiences of an assassin and how his actions affect his family and friends. The first series I’ve written is the Carter A. Johnson novels. They depict a vigilante who invokes double jeopardy on criminals he determines to be guilty. The first story is The Blonde Heiress, a novella length introduction to the series. The second novel is The Dogtrot Murder. That story follows the prison internment of a wife convicted of killing her husband and Carter’s efforts to free her. A third story in the series is Cape Abigail, and its setting is the coast of Maine. Here Carter is joined by Kate Menke the prisoner in The Dogtrot Murder. As a change of genre, I published a short (15,000 words), very dark thriller/horror story, titled 59 Hours. I’ll give you a hint; some people bloom, wilt and die in fifty nine hours. In the near future I plan to continue with additional crime stories and also pursue other stories in the thriller/horror genre. Thank you, I hope you enjoy my stories, Bob