Earth's Survivors Book Two: The Nation

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About the author:
Wendell G. Sweet wrote his first fiction at age seventeen.

He drove taxi and worked as a carpenter for most of his life. He began working on the internet in 1989 primarily in HTML, graphics and website optimizations.

He was a Musician who wrote his own music as well as lyrics. He was an Artist accomplished in Graphite, Pen, and Digital media. He wrote more than twenty books for the Earth's Survivors series, most unpublished, and several dozen short stories.

Earth's Survivors Book Two: The Nation

Authored by Mr. Wendell G. Sweet
Illustrated by Wendell G. Sweet
Edition: 1

The Earth's Survivors Series Follows a Group of Survivors as they fight to stay alive and make their way out of a small Northern New York city. The Dead are rising from where they lay in the streets, but it isn't the dead only that they have to contend with. The living too want to kill them...

Jake and James were loading up the last of the space that was left in one of the pickup trucks when Dustin came running in their direction.

"People," he gasped, pointing to the side of the building. "People with guns and stuff!"

James and Jake both reached inside the truck and grabbed their rifles. James reached out and snagged Dustin by the wrist before he could tear off around the side of the building again.

"Calm down... Take a deep breath," James said in a calming voice. "Where are they?"

"Coming into the parking lot... They're on foot," Dustin said. Both Nell and Holly stepped out of the shattered back door that lead into the department store, their arms loaded down with clothes in various sizes.

Jake sighed in relief, reached down and unsnapped the strap that held his gun in its holster. Checked the safety on the rifle, flicked it to off and turned to Nell and Holly. "We have visitors," he turned to Dustin "Did they see you?"

"I don't know... I don't... I don't think so, but I'm not sure," he answered, still breathless.

A frightened look came into Holly's eyes. "How many? Are they armed? When," she asked?"

"Two guys... A couple ladies and some kids... Little kids... And a dog too," Dustin said. Thinking as he went along.

"Okay," Jake said. "We'll all walk out. Have your safeties off. You may really have to shoot. For Christ's sake don't shoot yourself... Or me... Or one of us. Point at who you want to hit and shoot. Like Katie showed you. But don't shoot unless you have to. Maybe these people are okay." He waited until everyone had nodded.

Nell and Holly took the safeties off their guns, held them briefly, and then returned them to their holsters. Nell kept touching the curved metal butt of her pistol nervously.

Publication Date:
Feb 10 2013
1482512270 / 9781482512274
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Horror

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