Nestled in the deeply religious and staunchly conservative suburban towns north of Nashville, Angus Gunn and his network of friends think that they have left the dangers of the larger world behind, secure in their preparedness plans. While a solar disaster of incredible magnitude, greater than any seen since before the Civil War, builds to its inevitable crescendo, a small covert vaccine lab unwittingly unleashes a terrifying, mind altering virus. As the rabid psychosis spreads like wildfire, and all modern electronics are destroyed, three brave groups of survivors are tested to their limits during their struggle in this terrifying, brave new world.
With epic scale, undeniable plausibility and rich detail, this first-in-a-series novel soars across a landscape filled with love, courage, sacrifice and ultimately, hope.
This book is intended for mature audiences due to its realistic content. A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to local children’s cancer charities.
Check out the multiple web resources available for this incredible new series, including teasers, character lists, upcoming events and previews of the next books in the series. Check out the scientific backstory, character bios, weapon descriptions, the free prologue and much more on the official book website.
About the Author:
Dr. Andrew Dill, M.D. lives in Tennessee with his wife and two children, three dogs and one bearded dragon. He learned of the risks of global catastrophes while in the military. He was a Major in the USAF and was the Clinical Response Team Chief for Beale, AFB from 2003-2006. He worked to prepare his base for disaster contingencies, including man-made and natural events. His work in counter-terrorism and disaster management forever changed his understanding of the world’s dangers. He practices Family Medicine in Gallatin, TN and enjoys writing, hiking, shooting, archery, HAM radio, and reading. He is actively planning the next several books in this gritty new series, and anticipates a rich and detailed storyline, worthy of a place in any fiction reader’s favorites.
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