Author : George Dell
ISBN 13 : 9781520509747
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Download or read book Earth's Survivors Rising From The Ashes written by George Dell and published by . This book was released on 2017-02 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The end has come for most of the world's population. Small groups of survivors are picking up the pieces... Learning to live again... When the sun began to peek over the top of the ridge on the opposite shore of the Black river, everyone filed out to the two remaining trucks. It had been decided that Mike and Jan would stay behind while the others went in search of the stolen truck. They switched on and tested two sets of F.M. radios. "The range is normally only about two miles or so, but it's not like there's anything to interfere with them anymore," Tom said. "We'll take three with us, and you keep the other here to monitor us, or if they come back here," Tom finished. "Do you think that's a possibility?" Janet Dove asked. "I doubt it, Dear," Bob told her with a reassuring smile. "It's just to be safe." Mike walked over to Candace. Her eyes met his. He kissed her softly, and her arms slipped around him. "Don't worry," she whispered, "I'll be careful. And I'll make sure they're careful." She kissed him and pulled back. Mike stared at the face of the two way radio for a long second and then watched her get into the Suburban. Bob got into the front seat with her. Her eyes met his once more, and she smiled reassuringly, then started the Suburban and fell in behind Tom as he drove the big State truck out across the pavement. Mike and Janet stood quietly as the two trucks drove away. Neither of them wanted to go back inside the cave. The sun was up and warming the old asphalt of the road where it passed in front of the cave, and what little snow remained was already beginning to melt. "Left here," The radio squawked. It sounded like Lydia. "Behind you," came an answer that sounded like Bob. Mike shifted the 30-30 Deer rifle he held in one hand and thumbed off the strap that held his Nine Millimeter in his web holster. Janet Dove grimaced and then thumbed the safety off the shotgun she was holding. A short clip protruded from the base of the shotgun, just forward of the trigger. She had two more clips in a small pouch on her side, as well as a fully loaded Three Eighty in a tooled leather side holster she wore. What must we look like, Mike thought. Aloud he said, "They'll be fine." "Really?" Janet Dove asked. "I truly hope so. I truly do." The next twenty minutes went by slowly. Occasional squawks of directions came from the radio, and in the distance the sound of both trucks could still be heard. The silence broke all at once. The radio squealed in Mike's hand. One word jumped clearly from the static... "Jesus!"... Mike couldn't tell from whom. A crashing sound accompanied it, and in the far distance gunfire erupted in the still, previously quiet morning air. The squeal from the radio abruptly cut off and it fell back to low static. In the distance the sound of gunfire continued for what seemed like ten minutes, but was probably no more than thirty or forty seconds in reality. Mike keyed the radio, "Candace," he screamed. "Candace?" Gunfire broke out again in the distance. The fast... POP, POP, POP of semi automatic gunfire, but the sharp crack of a heavy rifle too. No answer came back over the radio. Janet Dove made a small strangled sound in the back of her throat and a low sob slipped from her mouth. "No, God, no," she whispered.
Download or read book Rising from the Ashes written by Wendell G. Sweet and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2013-01-28 with total page 270 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Rising From The Ashes continues to follow survivors of a worldwide catastrophe. A meteorite that was supposed to miss the earth completely hit and became the cap to a series of events that destroyed the world as they know it. Police, fire, politicians, military, governments: All gone. Hopes, dreams, tomorrows: All buried in a desperate struggle to survive. From L.A. To Manhattan the cities, governments have toppled and lawlessness is the rule. The dead lay in the streets while gangs fight for control of what is left. Small groups band together for safety and begin to leave the ravaged cities behind in search of a future that can once again hold promise. Los Angeles: Billy and Beth started out with a small group and wound up on the East coast, camped in a field where they can watch what is left of Manhattan as it burns. Now they have to decide what is next for their growing encampment. They have been south, most of the south seems to be gone. They had pinned their hopes on the East coast, but it's clear that New York is no better than L.A.. Manhattan: Adam Has found his way out of the Dying City of New York only to get pulled back in as he finds a group of survivors coalescing around his leadership, that want to stay close to the city. But New York is firmly in the hands of the Gangs. It's only a matter of time before the gangs tire of threatening him and come after his small group of survivors and he knows it. Old Towne New York: Conner and Katie find their responsibilities grow quickly when they step into the fight between two factions and provide safe haven for some of the people they had plans for. A show down is inevitable. They will have to bring the fight to them before they bring it to them, or face being destroyed. Watertown New York: Mike is left for dead, and when he awakens he believes his group of survivors has been destroyed. He makes good an escape, but his doubts will not let him rest. He fights back from his injuries, picks himself up and goes back searching for them where he believes them to be held captive by the same people that left him for dead. The Earth's Survivors series of books follow the people that survive and set out to rebuild their lives. At first hoping only to make it day by day, but ultimately looking to the future and rebuilding a society where fear does not rule... This is the original series that has found new life and new writers to take the story to completion.
Download or read book Beyond Survivor – Rising from the Ashes of Childhood Sexual Abuse written by Jan L Frayne and published by Author House. This book was released on 2012-03-27 with total page 112 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Patricia A. McKnight: Author "My Justice" In this amazing new book Beyond Survivor, the very talented author, Jan Frayne, takes his readers into the arena of childhood sexual abuse recovery, battles and conquests. As one of the rare published novels from a Male Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivor, Mr. Frayne allows his readers to feel the depth of shattered mind, body and soul. Beyond Survivor will take you into the hurricane of emotion and strength as this boy conquers the demons and nightmares of his past. Readers will ride the rollercoaster of success as they travel through the many nightmares. This expertly written novel shows the path of standing strong and achieving what all mankind desires; retrieving the happiness once destroyed by the wicked. This collection of outstanding poetry and prose is a must read for all as inspiration to prevail against the challenges put forth in the battle to obtain our own freedom.
Download or read book Rising from the Ashes of Jehovah's Witnesses written by Isis Allthings and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2019-03-08 with total page 245 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Isis Allthings felt numb as she gripped the arms of her airline seat. She was catapulting herself and her four-year-old daughter into the unknown, away from her religion, five-year marriage, and the country she had settled in, Bavaria. At age thirty-two, Isis was on a courageous journey to begin a new life in her native country, England, where she rebelled against every belief and lie she had been taught since childhood. In a compelling true story, Isis leads others into her past as she analyses the vulnerability that led to her mother's recruitment into the Jehovah's Witnesses. After describing her own absorption into this secretive organization at the age of ten and subsequent life as a full-time minister, she divulges how personal sacrifices eventually led to her hard-won freedom as a free spirit.
Download or read book The Religion of Science Fiction written by Frederick A. Kreuziger and published by Popular Press. This book was released on 1986 with total page 180 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Science fiction captures contemporary sentiment with its faith in a scientific/technological future, its explorations of the ultimate meaning of man s existence. Kreuziger is interested particularly in the apocalyptic visions of science fiction compared to the biblical revelations of John and Daniel. For some time our confidence has been placed largely in science, which has practically become a religion. Science fiction articulates the consequences of a faith in a technological future."
Download or read book Earth's Survivors Se1 written by Wendell Sweet and published by CreateSpace. This book was released on 2014-01-29 with total page 634 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: What if the world as you know it ended tomorrow? The governments toppled and the dead began to rise from their sleeping? What would you do? Would you be able to survive? The Earth's Survivors Series of books follow a group of men and women as they struggle to survive on a vastly changed earth, where the dead sometimes do not remain dead. Follow along as they try to rebuild their own lives as they rebuild their world. A great change was coming to the Earth. Catastrophe was about to change everything her people took for granted. It made some wish for death, but death was no longer a guarantee. For some death had become some other sort of life. A life they could not easily leave. Several lone survivors live through what will become the dawn of a new world. The only thing these people had in common is that they all lived in the same small city in upstate New York. Before the week was out they would be thrust together in a struggle for survival. Before the month was out those that survived would begin to seek out others who had lived through the catastrophe that had blighted the Earth. Looking for ways to stay alive... Earth's Survivors SE 1 Contains the complete text of books One and Two of the Earth's Survivors books. It also contains a complete character bibliography, additional character information and illustrations, book lists and other bonus material.
Download or read book Earth's Survivors written by Dell Sweet and published by CreateSpace. This book was released on 2015-08-07 with total page 740 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Earth's Survivors Collection One contains the complete text from the first two Earth's Survivors books, Apocalypse and Rising From The Ashes. It also includes bonus material, a complete major character bibliography, plus information from the series and the future plans for the series. Save when you buy both books at once and get more of what you want... Earth's Survivors follows survivors of a worldwide catastrophe. A meteorite that was supposed to miss the earth completely, hits and becomes the cap to a series of events that destroy the world as we know it. Police, fire, politicians, military, governments: All gone. Hopes, dreams, tomorrows: All buried in desperate struggle to survive. From L.A. To Manhattan the cities, governments have toppled and lawlessness is the rule. The dead lay in the streets while gangs fight for control of what is left. Small groups band together for safety and begin to leave the ravaged cities behind in search of a future that can once again hold promise. Los Angeles: Billy and Beth start out with a small group and wind up on their own as they make their way across America trying to find others and safety. Manhattan: Adam leaves the safety of his apartment to find his way out the dying Manhattan, gathering others as he makes his way. Old Towne New York: Conner is alone for the first few weeks, but then he finds Katie and a reason to live again. They set out to survive and find much more than survival. Watertown New York: Mike Collins goes to sleep thinking about his first vacation in many years that he will start in the morning. He awakens to destruction. The Earth's Survivors series of books follow the people that survive and set out to rebuild their lives. At first hoping only to make it day by day, but ultimately looking to the future and rebuilding a society where fear does not rule...
Download or read book Glory and Greed written by August Hahn and published by . This book was released on 2008-08 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Telchoi are a race of survivors. Rising from the ashes of their lost civilisation, they have endured a thousand years as desert nomads. There is nothing they can't withstand, except maybe the spectre of their past. Deep beneath the earth, an evil stirs that has not yet satisfied it's taste for blood. Past and present will collide on the blood-soaked dunes of the Telchoi. If the children of the desert cannot succeed where their mighty ancestors failed, this ancient evil may spread to set the entire world alight.
Download or read book Earth's Survivors written by George Dell and published by . This book was released on 2017-02-07 with total page 288 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Nation begins to rise from the ashes of the old world... The attack came fast when it came. Mike only remembered the details after the fact. Molly had the right side, Tim the left, Mike had taken a lead of fifty feet or so right up through the middle of the tall grass. It left him blind for the most part. The grass was higher than his head in most places, unless he walked right on the hump in the middle of the old road, and that was not an easy task. He found himself spending too much time concentrating on the next footfall. So he came down off the hump and walked slowly beside it. Watching for darker shadows within the golden brown of the grass. He turned his head to look over to the right and Molly when his eye had caught movement in the trees just over her head. There was no time for thought. He swung his rifle up and fired. He had no time to register what he had accomplished. He dropped his eyes from the woods, alerted by a yell from Tim on the other side of him and the Zombie was on him just that fast. Afterward he realized it must have been hidden in the tall grass and had sprung at him as soon as he was distracted by the movement in the woods. He was out of position to fire so he reversed the rifle's stock smashing it into the forehead of the zombie that had sprung at him. She went down but she was back up just as quickly. Mike kicked her hard in the stomach as he bought the rifle barrel around. He squeezed off a quick burst as she was falling from the kick. It seemed as though the entire world turned into a solid wall of noisy gunfire. On both sides and front and back. The zombie hit the ground thrown back by the force of the bullets. A huge section of her side blown away, one arm gone, but she had no sooner hit the ground than she was twisting to her side and rising to her feet, hissing and snarling as she lunged at him again. The shock nearly kept him from firing. He had never expected her to get back up. The rifle barrel rose on its own as he fired blowing holes through her chest and finally taking her head from her shoulders. She staggered a few more feet and then collapsed in a heap. In front, somewhere beyond the cars and trucks that blocked the road, the firing continued. Mike looked left to right. Both Molly and Tim were gone. He got his feet moving and started off through the tall grass. The gunfire fell off abruptly. He reached the beginning of the cars and trucks and began working his way down the length of a pickup truck when he caught movement on the opposite side of the truck out of the corner of his eye. He swung the rifle up fast, finger on the trigger, squeezing as it came up. The only thing stopping him from firing the uncertainty of what his peripheral vision had caught, when his eyes finished the split second trip he nearly squeezed the trigger anyway when Tim's face came into sharp focus. "Christ," He breathed. Tim's face was streaked with blood. Pasty white under the scarlet. Tim nodded and swiveled his eyes behind Mike, he turned to find Molly peering around the edge of a van fifty or so feet beyond his own position. He motioned both of them over. "Dead?" he asked in a whisper. They both nodded.
Download or read book The Mosquito written by Timothy C. Winegard and published by Text Publishing. This book was released on 2019-08-20 with total page 300 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The surprising true story of how the course of human history was redirected, time and again, by the pesky mosquito.
Download or read book Ashes of the Earth written by Eliot Pattison and published by Catapult. This book was released on 2011-04-10 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Thirty years after global holocaust, the colony of Carthage still struggles to build its new world. While steam engines and other early industrial technology have empowered its economy, the fragile society is undermined by secret crimes, rifts between generations, government censorship, and a legacy of casting out those who suffer from radiation sickness. Embittered survivor Hadrian Boone—once a revered colony founder—has been hounded by despair and the ghosts of his past into a life of drunkenness and frequent imprisonment for challenging the governor's tyranny. But when a gentle old man, the colony's leading scientist, is murdered, Hadrian glimpses chilling secrets behind the killing that could destroy the colony. Realizing that he may be the only one able to expose the truth, Hadrian begins a desperate quest through the underbelly of the colony into the wrenching camps of the outcasts, escorted by a young policewoman who struggles to cope with the physical and emotional remnants of the prior world. Ultimately Hadrian's journey becomes one of self–discovery, and to find justice his greatest challenge is navigating the tortuous path of the human spirit in a world that has been forever fractured.
Download or read book G581: Earth written by Christine Shuck and published by Christine D. Shuck. This book was released on 2021-09-01 with total page 357 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Earth lies devastated and empty. Over 99.6% of the population have succumbed to the deadly ESH virus. More have perished in the civil wars and anarchy that followed. With humanity on the brink of extinction, most made infertile by the virus, newly-elected President Madeline Chen is forced to make unthinkable choices—robbing millions of their basic human rights to ensure mankind's survival. But suddenly, mankind faces the opposite problem. A 14-kilometer asteroid is hurtling towards the planet—one larger than the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. Survival requires escaping off-world before impact, or huddling for safety deep beneath the Earth—and there's only limited space either way. Earth's 14 million survivors have suddenly gone from too few to far too many. G581: Earth is the third novel in Christine D. Shuck's immersive Gliese 581 science fiction series. It blends science fiction with achingly human, character-driven stories proven by recent headlines to be terrifyingly plausible—making this book a compelling choice for those who appreciate both Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and Arthur C. Clarke’s The Hammer of God.
Download or read book Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun written by Myrna Goldenberg and published by University of Washington Press. This book was released on 2011-10-01 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Holocaust was a cataclysmic upheaval in politics, culture, society, ethics, and theology. The very fact of its occurrence has been forcing scholars for more than sixty years to assess its impact on their disciplines. Educators whose work is represented in this volume ask their students to grapple with one of the grand horrors of the twentieth century and to accept the responsibility of building a more just, peaceful world (tikkun olam). They acknowledge that their task as teachers of the Holocaust is both imperative and impossible; they must �teach something that cannot be taught,� as one contributor puts it, and they recognize the formidable limits of language, thought, imagination, and comprehension that thwart and obscure the story they seek to tell. Yet they are united in their keen sense of pursuing an effort that is pivotal to our understanding of the past-and to whatever prospects we may have for a more decent and humane future. A �Holocaust course� refers to an instructional offering that may focus entirely on the Holocaust; may serve as a touchstone in a larger program devoted to genocide studies; or may constitute a unit within a wider curriculum, including art, literature, ethics, history, religious studies, jurisprudence, philosophy, theology, film studies, Jewish studies, German studies, composition, urban studies, or architecture. It may also constitute a main thread that runs through an interdisciplinary course. The first section of Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun can be read as an injunction to teach and act in a manner consistent with a profound cautionary message: that there can be no tolerance for moral neutrality about the Holocaust, and that there is no subject in the humanities or social sciences where its shadow has not reached. The second section is devoted to the process and nature of students' learning. These chapters describe efforts to guide students through terrain that hides cognitive and emotional land mines. The authors examine their responsibility to foster students' personal connection with the events of the Holocaust, but in such a way that they not instill hopelessness about the future. The third and final section moves the subject of the Holocaust out of the classroom and into broader institutional settings-universities and community colleges and their surrounding communities, along with museums and memorial sites. For the educators represented here, teaching itself is testimony. The story of the Holocaust is one that the world will fail to master at its own peril. The editors of this volume, and many of its contributors, are members of the Pastora Goldner Holocaust Symposium. Led since its founding in 1996 by Leonard Grob and Henry F. Knight, the symposium's scholars--a group that is interfaith, international, interdisciplinary, and intergenerational--meet biennially in Oxfordshire, England.
Download or read book Earth written by Ben Bova and published by Tor Books. This book was released on 2019-07-16 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Earth is the latest science fiction novel from multiple Hugo Award winner Ben Bova, author of Apes and Angels and Survival A wave of lethal gamma radiation is expanding from the core of the Milky Way galaxy at the speed of light, killing everything in its path. The countdown to when the death wave will reach Earth and the rest of the solar system is at two thousand years. Humans were helped by the Predecessors, who provided shielding generators that can protect the solar system. In return, the Predecessors asked humankind's help to save other intelligent species that are in danger of being annihilated. But what of Earth? With the Death Wave no longer a threat to humanity, humans have spread out and colonized all the worlds of the solar system. The technology of the Predecessors has made Earth a paradise, at least on the surface. But a policy of exiling discontented young people to the outer planets and asteroid mines has led to a deep divide between the new worlds and the homeworld, and those tensions are about to explode into open war. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Download or read book The New Humans written by Jonathan G. Loree and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2011-06-29 with total page 767 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The New Humans reveals the very real possibility that we as a people are already evolving into the next higher species of hominids. The lives of the most advanced humans on Earth are portrayed as they struggle to survive in a post cold war, government run institution designed with dark secrets. Each member of this unique brotherhood is carrying a special ability that sets them apart from our world. The recorded life of the most powerful man in existence is examined as he discovers when he is a boy that he has an advanced brain. Tim Walker’s evolved brain gives him the ability for higher cognitive thinking, perceiving without the use of eyes and psychokinesis. He realizes at a young age that he is superior to us in every way. This knowledge coupled with his abilities makes Tim extremely dangerous to us as we try to cope with his existence. Also as we learn and understand why nature created such superior humans we start to realize that we are not the true heirs of the planet Earth after all ...
Download or read book Earthfall written by Research Professor in English Literature Stephen Knight and published by . This book was released on 2013-03 with total page 268 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: WHEN OUR WORLD ENDED, THEIR MISSION BEGAN The Sixty Minute War brought humanity to the brink of annihilation. Billions perished. The planet Earth was turned into a virtual graveyard, with the shattered, burned-out skeletons of great cities serving as tombstones marking Mankind's demise. But in the United States, one final outpost remains. Ten years have passed, and Harmony Base, a subterranean U.S. Army installation that survived the nuclear inferno, has yet to receive any response to its continual radio transmissions. Long-range surface reconnaissance missions fail to locate any other survivors. Harmony's personnel, a mix of military and civilian specialists, wonder if they are the only living beings left on the planet. Earthquake damage to the base's vital power plant necessitates a different type of mission: the retrieval of spare parts from a storage depot in San Jose, 1,600 miles distant. Captain Mike Andrews and his crew set out across a Giger-inspired landscape blighted by lightning storms and deadly hazards that could swallow their all-terrain vehicles whole. The last thing Andrews expects to encounter in the nuked ruins of San Jose are survivors led by a twisted freak with mental powers off the scale... Harmony is America's last chance to rise up from the ashes of the nuclear holocaust and help restore civilization. But only if Andrews and his crew can escape San Jose...and the madman who calls himself The Law.
Download or read book From the Ashes written by M. Thompson and published by iUniverse. This book was released on 2022-03-30 with total page 289 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Decades have passed since the last war, the one that swallowed the world. Afterward there was a heavy sadness that conformed to the lands, bringing with it violence, famine and cruelty. A young man traveling south finds himself in the middle of a desert and a village. Caution of this new stranger was high at first, but quickly subsides, realizing that the young traveler didn’t intend harm. After friendly exchanges, the young stranger is introduced to four elders of the village. After sitting down to eat a meal with the elders, they begin inquiring why he’s so far out in the desert of old Nevada. Telling them he wanted to see the ruins of the old cities, they begin to describe to him why he shouldn’t. Each elder begins to tell their tale about what happened during the great war, how fire fell from the sky, how they survived and the things they had to do. And hopefully for them their words would influence this young man to avoid such things, to stay where it’s safe; to live.