Deadly Ground

‘Now faced with the daunting task of locating any possible survivors, AB sets out across the country in his search for others. The decisions he makes along the way completely readjusts his thinking and his perspectives on what is left, and the new world. The worlds infrastructure is in place, so there is hope that life can go on, but without family or companionship, should it?

The memory of family, friends and faith slowly creeps into his mind with a vigorous new importance now that they are all gone. If the elements don’t kill him, maybe stark loneliness will.

He must choose wisely because now he will suffer the full consequences of his decisions from here on out. He is the second Adam, he is hoping he doesn’t make the same mistakes as the first.’


--Thomas W. Starbuck