Sins of Survival

Sins of Survival

Sins of Survival

Sins of Survival

Paperback(2nd ed.)

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Overview

After a devastating meteorite storm that blasted the Earth for seven days, civilization quickly devolved. In the states, corporate factions employed armies called the Neighwah to enslave and confine the residents within their territories. The factions rained war on each other without mercy for power, territory, and precious resources. In the aftermath of the plundering, allied territories developed a caste system that separates the people. The dailys, those at the lowest level, were left unprotected and completely dependent on the meager allotments the corporates provided for labor.

Jillian is a daily clinging to a promise of hope. She is sworn to secrecy about a sanctuary city, but she prays the shadow group with its cryptic messages and military procedures will forgive her for telling her sister. For a chance at happiness and peace, they risk death for knowing too much or unspeakable abuse at the slave camps.

Bannon Vogel inherited a vast shipping and supply empire when his family was murdered. He pulls in every favor, debt, and opportunity to accumulate supplies for New Haven, his secret city in the Eisenhower Tunnel. Gray Takota commands the city's army of defenders. Protecting the citizens is his primary function, but he doesn't count on falling for a woman who poses the greatest threat to the town's security.

The project's intent is to reestablish a place of civility, but the cost is freedom and for some their souls.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798988001010
Publisher: Go Go Publishing VW
Publication date: 05/01/2023
Series: From Darkness , #1
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 328
Sales rank: 1,022,815
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Like most authors, reading and writing are Roxanne's passions. She was heavily influenced by her father, a college administrator, with a love of literature and a fascination with science. Her mother was a college instructor with a creative spirit sharing many hands-on experiences in art and nature. She joined the Air Force Reserves and met her husband while working on the same aircraft. She earned her MS in education from the University of Idaho and was hired as a middle school teacher where she taught language arts and science until she retired in the summer of 2019. Though anxious to write her first book, she took on the task of tutoring her granddaughter during Covid until her school reopened. Northern Idaho has been her home for over three decades. She and her husband live a blessed life on five acres with their border terrier Nikki.
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