The World Over Trilogy
Eight years ago, the zombies came and the world ended. Now, driven by the need to find her lost husband, River Kingston is drawn in by Mycroft, the invisible puppet master behind New Texas, who promises her answers in exchange for favors. But as the world continues to warp and change around her, River becomes more and more wrapped up in the secrets and lies of post-apocalyptic politics that will ultimately determine the difference between the life and deaths of the people she promised to protect. Because even with humanity dangling by a thread, people still like to have power. And they still like to abuse it.
Eight years ago, the world ended. Now, the last government stronghold has sent a military recon-team from Camp David to the bombed out city of Seattle, but the mis-sion turns deadly when a hoard of zombies is released onto the streets. Oliver Marcus and Trisha Pike, the only survivors of their nine-man team, are rescued by a group of scavengers lead by their superhuman leader, River Kingston.
Driven by the need to find her lost hus-band, River is drawn in by Mycroft, the in-visible puppet master behind New Texas, who promises her answers in exchange for favors. But as the world continues to warp and change around her, River be-comes more and more wrapped up in the secrets and lies of post-apocalyptic poli-tics that will ultimately determine the dif-ference between the life and deaths of the people she promised to protect.
Because even with humanity dangling by a thread, people still like to have power. And they still like to abuse it.
River is gone and Athens abandoned. With nowhere else to go, the Tartans evacuate both their citizens and the Hawaiian refugees to Galveston, the capital city of New Texas. Surrounded by pre-wave technology, Felicity has never been more uncomfortable while Winter thrives in her position as Assistant Director of the New Anaphedarin project.
Unfortunately, the shift in Tartan dynamics has caused some friction between the years-long group of friends, most especially between Felicity, Flynn, and Winter. But as uncomfortable as the Athenians are, the Hawaiians are having an even harder time adjusting; particularly Jason and Zac whose main talents have become so unnecessary as to appear superfluous.
To make things worse, Oliver is unsure of where his loyalties lie, but he's beginning to think he made a big mistake turning his back on Camp David; a thought process that is only exacerbated when he begins taking care of Seven's pregnant widow, Sierra Knowles.
The second book is currently in the process of being written. Once World On Fire and Book of Ages are completed, World Of Ashes will be the main focus for my writing. A full summary will be made available upon the completion of the book outline.