Adam Ktokolwiek, a writer living in Deep East Texas, just woke up to discover his son died in the middle of the night.
He calls 911 . . . and no one answers.
He drives to the police station . . . and everyone is dead.
First, he’s got to check on the rest of his family. He’s got two ex-wives and two other kids to find, along with his own health issues to worry about.
With human nature being what it is, what’s Adam going to find as he sets out to locate his family?
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Part I – The Event
One: Adam awakens to tragedy.
Two: Who else has been affected?
Three: Adam finds a survivor.
Four: Has someone else survived?
Five: Adam makes a shocking discovery later in the day.
Six: He’s buried his son. Now what?
Seven: Adam finds a few more survivors as he gets ready to go get his daughter.
Eight: Adam finds another survivor and talks to a friend about what each of them are going to do next.
Nine: Loading his truck and getting ready to leave home – forever?
Ten: Does it sometimes take you forever to get on the road? It does Adam. What happened to Damion?
Eleven: Adam finally makes it out of Jasper. What’s happened to the Army?
Twelve: The town of Jonesville is closed. How’s he going to get around this?
Thirteen: Adam makes his way to Vicksburg and finally finds a hotel that left the light on for him.
Fourteen: Spending the night in Vicksburg, Adam finds out he’s not alone in the hotel.
Fifteen: Adam becomes a little introspective about the future of the world.
Copyright © 2019 by Bob Mueller.
Cover design and layout by Bob Mueller
Edited in part by Inkstained Editing
Published by Writer | Unfocused.
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