Jerry Sharpe is an ex-marine and, for him, survival means protecting his family by any means necessary. Susan is learning just how far a mother will go for her children. But how far will she go for a man she doubted before the bombs fell? As Jerry's training and instincts take over, she is certain of one thing - her children need her. Melanie was going to go to college. Now, she is struggling to find a way to live in a world gone mad without losing sight of what she believes in. Scotty has a new mission - more than survival. He was saved, and he'll be damned if he won't fight for what's right. And Bill - Bill was locked up, but the power went out and the guards left. Now he and his fellow inmates have realised that everything is free for the taking . . . if you're strong enough to hold on to it.
- Electronic book text
- 01 Jul 2010
- Little, Brown Book Group
- United Kingdom
- Digital original
A striking picture of human vulnerability and strength * PUBLISHERS WEEKLY *
About Terry DeHart
Terry DeHart is a former US Marine and NASA security analyst. Three of his stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Terry lives with his wife and daughters in the San Francisco Bay Area.