By Lloyd Tackitt
December 2012, an incredible sun hurricane knocks out the ability grid. 300 million american citizens are by surprise confronted with a survival state of affairs. they've got no water, electrical energy or gas. nutrition speedily disappears from the shop cabinets, to not get replaced. in simple terms 3 percentage will live to tell the tale. these 3 percentage could have a lot in universal. What does it take to be one in every of them?
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Stared. Edward was amusing himself, jumping over cracks between the paving stones. His clothing was torn and tattered like everyone’s, but his seemed to match the color of the walls. He 49 REMNANTS #3 passed in front of the small door. And for just a flicker of time he seemed to be part of the door. Then he was past it and his face and arms and clothing all resumed a coloration similar to that of the stone. R. demanded. Yago said,“He’s been doing it for a while now. It’s subtle so you don’t notice unless you look right at him, and since he’s so quiet mostly no one looks.
Doesn’t like it, Wylson thought. Doesn’t like being enclosed. Or maybe it’s the dark. A second Rider joined the first. The people were on the stairs now, narrow, hacked from stone, a sheer drop if you strayed, no handrail. Someone tripped and those behind plowed into and over him. It was the kid, Edward. People were always bumping into him, clumsy brat. 2Face snatched at the kid’s collar and yanked him after her. Up and up and Wylson glanced back to see that three Riders had entered the chamber, huddling together, uncertain.
His little brother was his responsibility now, and Jobs wasn’t down there but up here. He should have tried harder to find the others and get back together. Should have done something. He squeezed his eyes shut tight trying to keep out the image of Edward being taken, killed by the Riders. “I hate this place,” Violet said with sudden passion. “Why is it this way? Why go to all the trouble of creating these environments and then let those alien murderers run rampant? “Maybe the ship isn’t all that in control.
A Distant Eden (A Distant Eden, Book 1) by Lloyd Tackitt