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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: It was the chaos that dissolved the government. Anarchy replaced order, warlords replaced politicians, and savagery replaced civilization. However, that was nearly a century ago and long forgotten by most. "Yesterday's dead," as they say, and it is not important how it happened. The only thing that is truly important now is learning to adapt and survive this violent unforgiving world.Evelyn Pickett and her family are familiar with survival and self-reliance on their peaceful remote homestead in the Canadian wilderness. When they leave their home and join a group of refugees, however, their lives will change forever. They embark on a journey to form a new human colony, removed from the wicked barbarism of the rest of the world. As Evelyn learns quickly, the journey will be dangerous and costly. She eventually finds herself alone, abandoned along the gulf coast. Her only chance of survival is to turn to Noah Murphy, the first friendly face she meets. He is a product of his environment. A loner. A survivor. A bandit. An opportunist. But they find something in each other that will prove to be stronger than the danger they face, and more enduring than the chaotic world around them. Only time will tell whether or not it will prove to be enough to get Evelyn back to her family. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: It was the chaos that dissolved the government. Anarchy replaced order, warlords replaced politicians, and savagery replaced civilization. However, that was nearly a century ago and long forgotten by most. "Yesterday’s dead," as they say, and it is not important how it happened. The only thing that is truly important now is learning to adapt and survive this violent unforgiving world. Evelyn Pickett and her family are familiar with survival and self-reliance on their peaceful remote homestead in the Canadian wilderness. When they leave their home and join a group of refugees, however, their lives will change forever. They embark on a journey to form a new human colony, removed from the wicked barbarism of the rest of the world. As Evelyn learns quickly, the journey will be dangerous and costly. She eventually finds herself alone, abandoned along the gulf coast. Her only chance of survival is to turn to Noah Murphy, the first friendly face she meets. He is a product of his environment. A loner. A survivor. A bandit. An opportunist. But they find something in each other that will prove to be stronger than the danger they face, and more enduring than the chaotic world around them. Only time will tell whether or not it will prove to be enough to get Evelyn back to her family.

About the Author: Born and raised in the panhandle of Oklahoma, Samuel Engelman grew up on a cattle ranch. Immersed in western and cowboy culture, his initial interest in the writing world revolved around the western genre. During his college years he wrote western short stories that were published on Rope and Wire and Frontier Tales magazines. He received a degree in History, with a minor in Political Science, and moved on to writing longer works. Though he began his writing career with westerns and historical pieces, he has branched out in writing Yesterday’s Dead. Though Yesterday’s Dead is a work of dystopian fiction, it certainly is not hard to see the author’s roots bleeding through, giving the story a unique style and flavor, the likes of which are not seen in other modern dystopian and apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic fiction books.

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Descrizione libro CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 318 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.72 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk1499224486

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