Year of publication: 2013
Jacqueline Druga Get Book One of THE FLU here: http:amzn.to1cvJE6T OR get both books in one duology, FLU-OLOGY here: http:amzn.to187r1DE Journal Entry 1 October 14th My name is Christian Hughes, but everyone calls me Chris. Im thirteen. This is my first entry. I dont know how much Ill write or for how long. My pap said I should write in a journal. He said it would help me get my feelings out. Dont need to write in it every day, just when I feel like I have something on my mind. I asked him if he ...
Keywords: dystopia extinction infection life after flu Medical pandemic plague spanish flu Survival virus
Year of publication: 2012
Jacqueline Druga THE FLU For being there, listening, and inspiring, this book is dedicated to my oldest child, Noah. If the epidemic continues its mathematical rate of acceleration, civilization could easily disappear from the face of the earth. The Army Surgeon General, 1918 Acknowledgement It takes many people to write a book. They are they backbone of drive for me. Because of that I wish to thank: My children are my best inspiration. The love I have for them, no matter how many years go by, ...
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James Van Pelt
Year of publication: 2006
James Van Pelt SUMMER OF THE APOCALYPSE Chapter One SAD NEWS Eric wished he could enjoy the warm August sun that penetrated deep into his old muscles, but he could hear Dodge and Rabbit talking in front of his house, and he knew the two children came to hear about the Gone Times. Almost no one else visitedthey didnt care to listen to his storiesbut the children liked to talk about the old days, and their company was appreciated. Lately hed been restive. He enjoyed sunsets less. He took longer ...
Year of publication: 1826
THE LAST MAN by Mary Shelley Let no man seek Henceforth to be foretold what shall befall Him or his children. MILTON. INTRODUCTION I visited Naples in the year 1818. On the 8th of December of that year, my companion and I crossed the Bay, to visit the antiquities which are scattered on the shores of Baiae. The translucent and shining waters of the calm sea covered fragments of old Roman villas, which were interlaced by sea-weed, and received diamond tints from the chequering of the sun-beams the ...