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Twenty years ago plagues swept humanity to the brink of extinction. The very few that survived were left in a world of plenty, but resources start to become scarce with the passage of time, and people have lost most of their abilities to do anything but forage.
Two orphans, born after the apocalypse, flee a once safe and nurturing community grown from gathered wanderers now controlled by evil men. There are no laws to be enforced, there is no social conscience to be adhered to, and there is nothing politically correct. The civilized hysteria of the past has given way to hiding when you can, running when you must, and fighting when you are cornered...A dark stranger, immersed in regret and dangerous to himself and everyone he meets, confides the secret of why the world is as it is. Two orphans must survive, and find someone to trust.
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I didn't write Monster of the Apocalypse with the hope of publication. So it's an honest book in that regard. It's dark and brutal, and there are relationships in it that may disturb people. In the end, it portrays a world we may see if we survive what I believe will come soon. This book is an easy read, and the second book will get into the more in depth explanations and circumstances.About the Author:
C. Henry Martens has a rich and varied life that has included raising cattle, winning at poker, delivering babies in backwoods cabins, and appreciating what there is to be appreciated. He and his wife love to be outdoors, and are, at every opportunity. He likes to work with his hands, including woodworking, art, gardening, and animal care. For him, a good, cheap wine or a few tequila shots, old friends or complete strangers with something to say, and a great landscape to view... sublime. As an author he provides several points of view, and the unexpected. He would invite you along, to talk and trade perspectives.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500562947