Jim thought he had everything a man could ever want. A job, an apartment, and a girlfriend, Janie, who he was working on getting back. But then, tragedy struck.
After her funeral, Jim travels to northern Michigan to decompress and deal with his feelings in a rustic log cabin owned by his deceased girlfriend's family.
Not only is the cabin off the grid, it is a place of peace and solitude, that is, until the Ebola virus is unleashed upon the USA. In a panic, the CDC and the FDA release a vaccine that's only just started testing....
Now the infected roam the world, and even in northern Michigan, Jim isn't safe. He eagerly awaits Janie's family to join him; they are preppers, who may be the key to his survival, and they are the only family he has left.
In a world of the infected, can he carve out a slice of safety and sanity?
©2014 Boyd Craven (P)2015 Boyd Craven
Tangential, eclectic, avid listener... favorite book is the one currently in ear.
Pretty simplistic short book... my prepper brother will probably like... Mr. Craven likes tossing in a few too many rude words, his male, female relationships are ridiculous and the poor female characters... but his prepper cabin is nicely organized.
Story was alright but I couldn't get into it as the narrator had such a monotone voice. I would've returned if I was able. I never bother to post reviews but this was terrible.
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